Few innovations provide a more wide-ranging performance and efficiency advantage than reducing weight.
The Regera is a true technical tour-de-force. It is a rolling collection of world firsts and world bests. It combines motorsport-grade battery cells, three powerful electric motors and Koenigsegg’s proven twin-turbo V8 engine to produce a prodigious 1500hp
Land Cruiser, Toyota’s iconic go-anywhere four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicle, has earned myriad accolades and records over the 60-plus years it’s been in production.
The new McLaren 720S represents a dramatic step-change in McLaren Super Series' design language. Poised, compact, proportions are defined by the elegant sweep of the teardrop glasshouse, while the layered, 'shrink-wrapped' bodywork creates a futuristic, highly technical appearance.
Production car first: Drag-mode Launch Assist SRT engineers went digital to isolate and resolve one of the biggest challenges to clean launches and driveline integrity – wheel hop.
The Guinness World Records title was set by a Cayenne S Diesel, producing 385 hp (Fuel consumption combined 8.2 – 8.0 l/100 km; CO2-emissions 215 – 209 g/km) and 850 Nm of torque. The exercise was then repeated using a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.
The chassis of the new 911 GT3 benefits from Porsche's motorsport experience and has been re-tuned for even better driving dynamics.
The famously powerful V10 mid-engine starts up by means of one satellite control button, and the driver uses a second button to adjust the settings of Audi drive select, the dynamic handling system.
Lexus is increasing its focus on motorsport in 2017 with the Lexus RC F GT3, aiming to strengthen the performance image of its brand with a growing audience of race enthusiasts worldwide.
Aston Martin's celebrated 6.0-litre naturally aspirated V12 breathing through a new quad exhaust system, it is the world's fastest and most thrilling four-door, capable of 210MPH.
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