The Nürburgring-Nordschleife is the place to prove how fast a car can go and the latest to set a record – the #1 on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife – is Mercedes-AMG ONE with racing driver and AMG brand ambassador Maro Engel behind the wheel.
British independent carmaker behind the Atom and Nomad has just revealed a new supercar that has a design that is very detached from its previous offerings. The car’s name, Hipercar, stands for High-Performance Carbon Reduction, and oh, also, it is the marque’s first electric vehicle.
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.
Going super fast is not for the faint of heart. Going super fast on undulating terrain such as the desert sand, dunes, and rough mountain tracks is for folks with balls of steel. If you belong to the latter, here’s a car you might be interested in: the Prodrive Hunter.
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.
The Lotus Eletre is Lotus’ first electric SUV. But mind you. This ain’t no just any electric SUV. Lotus Eletrestake its claim as the “world’s first electric Hyper-SUV”. Yep. It is beyond Super SUV. It is Hyper-SUV. A bold claim, indeed. And it has the aesthetic to match.
Remember the car that wanted to be America’s Hypercar, the Hennessey Venom F5 by Hennessey Performance sub-division, Hennessey Special Vehicles? Unbeknownst to us, a final production version was offered up for sale in December 2020 and now, there is a 2021 model with an entirely new drivetrain.
You must be thinking… didn’t we read about the Czinger 21C already? Well, we have certainly mention it before, but this time, Czinger has revealed the C21 Production Specification Vehicle that brings it a step closer to realizing America’s very own hypercar.