MG brings the sexy back with an all electric sports car named the E-Motion Concept. Due to arrive in 2020, the new all electric car will features a 300+ mile range and will do 0-60 in less than 4 seconds. And all of this for starting at less than £30,000. The look of the car reminds us of Jaguar/Aston Martin which is certainly a good thing. Bring it to the U.S.!
And here it is ahead of Tuesday's officla reveal. We'll know more on Tuesday.
Edit: And here she is!
Ferrari is unleashing the replacement for the F12 Berlinetta with the new 812 Superfast. It looks gorgeous and is certainly fast. Top speed is 211 mph, and 0-60 is about 2.9s from a 790hp V12 engine. 790hp from a new 6.5 liter V12, that also makes 530 lb-ft of torque. Other features include a dual clutch gearbox and amazingly beautiful looks.
What would a Chevy Camaro look like in Crossover trim? Probably a lot like this FNR-X Concept. This great looking concept car unveiled at the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show is loaded with technology and a hybrid drivetrain. Specifics are vague at this point, but the concept is loaded with active aero, even on the adjustable spokes on the wheels! Crazy!
Aston Martin is spinning off it's AMR sub brand as a way to bring race cars to the road. Starting off witht he Vantage AMR and the Rapide AMR, giving both power, handling, and styling improvements. The Rapide will include in the upgrades are extensive use of carbon fiber, upgraded brakes, aero, and other goodies. The Vantage AMR will be a track-only version with race suspension, competition level engine, and upgraded wheels and brakes and much much more.
Wnat the pure Porsche experience? Then the naturally aspirated 911 GT3 for 2018 is your answer. Power comes from a 500hp 4.0L flat six engine mated to a six speed manual that also delivers 339 lb/ft of torque, withou a turbo to be found anywhere. That is the should keep the Porsche purists happy. 0-60 comes i at around 3.2 seconds, on to a maximum speed of 187mph. A host of other features round out the package including rear wheel steering, carbon fiber bits everywhere, and lighter weight front an rear fascia elements. Prices start at $144,650.
The Arteon is Volkswagen's CC replacement and is positioned above the Passat as a Grand Turismo. 6 Engine choices will be available ranging from 148hp all the way up to 276hp or if you prefer diesels, it will also be offer in 148hp up to 236hp diesel engines. All of this is mated to either a base 6-speed transmission or with the optional 7-speed. Is it a worthy successor to the Passat CC? Well from looks alone, it sure knocks it out of the park.
The latest vehicle in McLaren's Super Series is a followup to the 675Lt called the 720S, and boy does it pack a punch. Powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 710hp, that's a 44hp upgrade from the 3.8L V8 powering the 675LT. MaLren has even gone to great lenghts to lighten the entire car with weight savings from new suspension and engine components. While heavy tuning went into the suspension with new "magnetic" shocks, they have also worked their magic on the car's performance. 0-60 now arrives in a blistering 2.8s, the 1/4 mile arrives in 10.3s on its way to a top speed of 212mph. Holy... Read on for videos, wallpapers, and press releases.
805 horsepower from electric motors and a 4 liter twin-turbo V8, all wrapped in pure sex, is the new AMG GT sedan Concept. 0-60 comes in less than 3 seconds, all the while being wrapped in pure AMG luxury. The car can even be driven in pure electric mode, or use its electric motors to boost performance.
This is Range Rover's answer to the Jaguar F-Pace, a high end sister car that will slot between the Evoque and Range Rover Sport. Pricing will start at $50,895 and should compete with others in the sport luxury crossover category as well as traditional SUV category with the likes of the BMW X5, Audi A6 Allroad, Mercedes-Benz GLE-class Coupe, and Volvo XC90 and V90. The Velar will also come equipped with Range Rovers air ride suspension that lets it raise itselse to a maximum of 9.9 inches. Engine choices for the U.S. will range from Ingenium 2.0L diesel making 180hp/317 lb-ft; a 2/0L turbo gas engine producing 247hp, and finally a 380hp 3.0L V6 supercharged gas engine all connected to an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission with full time AWD. But just stand back and take a look at the thing. It's GORGEOUS and unmistakably Range Rover.
As far as mid-cycle refreshes go, this one is both a hit and a miss. Gone is the v6 model, but we've gained a whole lot more. The new car now has magnetic ride control, 12in digital display, LED headlights and turn signals, 10-speed automatic transmission option, upgraded chassis, revised front and rear styling, and up to 12 options for wheel styles. The front of the car is now lower and sleeker, but i'll reserve my judgement on the styling until I see one in the flesh.