What you see here is the Alpine Alpenglow Concept Car revealed at last month’s Paris Motor Show. It looks like something out of sci-fi series, or a car more closely related to Vision Gran Turismo. It is a bold concept. Not just in the design but the tech.
What you see here is the 2023 McLaren Solus GT. It is the world’s first, “track-only realization” of the McLaren concept that debuted in the virtual gaming world. It was previously a virtual car created for the Gran Turismo SPORT video game.
Shortly after proclaiming that “you have to shoot me first” on the prospect of producing an SUV, the late Ferrari chief Sergio Marchionne confirmed that the prancing horse marque was “dead serious” about making its first sport utility vehicle. That was in 2016 and 2017, respectively. Fast forward to 2022, and that plan has come …
The first production of Koenigsegg, the CC8S, was delivered in 2002 which makes it 20 years old this year. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first production of Koenigsegg CC8S, the Swedish hypercar developed the Koenigsegg CC850 Megacar.
This is the new Bentley Mulliner Batur Coupé. The two-door grand touring coupé’s design and silhouette are a sneak of the new design language for the British luxury car maker and a hint of Bentley’s design for its future range of Battery Electric Vehicle.
The reboot of the original Lamborghini Countach, dubbed the Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4, was revealed in August 2021. Recently, we noted that BBC’s Top Gear took it on a drive through the historic Stelvio Pass. I don’t know whether to admire the picturesque mountain pass or the beautiful reborn supercar. Both are gorgeous!
Ferrari lovers with super deep pockets may want to know this: a one-off Fantuzzi-bodied Ferrari 250 is up for grab. It is being put up on sale by Ferrari specialist and broker GTO Engineering.
5 years in development and testing, and after going through three generations of powertrain technology, 18 prototypes, 45 physical crash tests, and over 1.6 million collective hours of R&D, the first production-ready Rimac Nevera has rolled off the production line.
Remember Gordon Murray T.50? The supercar that has a fan to increase the downforce? Well, in recent years, there has been another so-call “fancar” and it’s also hailed from the U.K. From automobile startup, McMurtry Automotive is the Spéirling electric race car.
A group of cleantech engineers in the U.K. has banded together to develop hydrogen powertrain solutions for automotive, aerospace, marine, and distributed power industries. Together, they are known as Viritech and Apricale is the outfit’s product.