The look may say Hollywood steampunk meets vintage bi-plane but the Morgan EV3 is an all electric open-top 3-wheeler that really moves. 100 miles-an-hour give or take and without the roar of a combustion engine. A unique driving experience to be sure.
The twin-turbo 600-horsepower DB11 is the latest iteration of the iconic Aston Martin DB, first made infamous by 007 back in the 60s. Large side vents at the front wheels, the lines of the contrast-colored roof strake, and an upgraded interior with a touchscreen interface in the console mark it as a thoroughly modern design.
To celebrate its 100th birthday, Lamborghini has created a car truly worthy of the occasion. The 770-horsepower Centario is the most powerful Lambo ever made and features a full carbon fiber body. To go with the neck-snapping speeds: 0-62 in 2.8 & a top-end of more than 217 MPH, the Centenario also has a 10-inch touchscreen in the console with Apple AirPlay as standard equipment. Only 40 will be built.
Mercedes just rolled out a 4-wheel drive AMG model of their second-generation of the C-Class coupe. The six-cylinder twin-turbo C43 AMG 4Matic Coupe puts out 360+ horsepower and features an updated version of their nine-speed 9G-Tronic automatic gearbox, 3-mode variable suspension damping & all the other tricky AMG bits.
McLaren’s is describing its newest supercar, the 570GT, as “the most luxurious and refined of any McLaren to date.” Not only that, it’s practical, too, featuring a more spacious cabin and additional storage through a side-entry glass hatch. Wedged into the engine compartment: a 562 horsepower 3.8-liter V8.
Five years ago, the Rimac Concept_One supercar debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show and next month the first production model of this 1000+ horsepower electric vehicle will be unveiled at the big show in Geneva. Massive torque, a top speed of 220MPH and a completely plastic-free cabin are just a few of the details we know so far.
The 2017 Levante is Maserati’s first SUV. The large concave grill, side portholes & luxury interior clearly mark its pedigree. Early info on options show 3 available trim levels; a 350-horse V6, a 430-horse V6, and a Europe-only diesel. A rumored 580+ horsepower model with Ferrari tuning might also be in the works. The Levante makes its official debut next month at the Geneva International Motor Show.
This electric go-kart was designed for kids but if you just can’t resist, it will actually support riders up to 200-pounds, although you might have a tough time hitting the max speed of 12MPH. It’ll be more fun for the kids, but not too much fun. Safety features abound: a front collision sensor will stop it automatically before impact & a phone app allows you to set parental controls for speed, range & so on.
Obviously Ferrari owners would love to drive their Italian-made supercars on wet and snowy roads, so the forthcoming GTC4Lusso features not just all-wheel drive but also rear-wheel steering for much improved road grip over the outgoing model FF. This 680-horsepower V12 hatchback also has room for skis in the back.
The return of the DeLorean DMC-12 more than hints at our collective capacity for nostalgia. A new law makes the creation of these 80s icons possible, and in 2017, new replicas of the original DeLorean, made with left over parts, will go on sale. They currently have enough material to build about 300 cars. With the exception of an updated V8 powertrain, the design remains the same.