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PostHeaderIcon Cheapest New Lamborghini Ever… Found on Craigslist

Lamborghinis typically cost north of $250,000, and that’s just for a base unit of the entry-level Huracan. Most of us are immediately priced out of buying one, but if you’re desperate, there is one Lamborghini that’s up for sale on Craigslist that you can afford. It has sexy styling, street-park cruising capability, and a Bluetooth wireless speaker. Best of all, it only costs $159! This is one Lamborghini we can all get on board with.


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You can’t go wrong with a Lamborghini that costs less than a pair of Jordans, right? Well, you might have to think about that in this instance because this Lamborghini is probably not the one you were expecting. Officially, the seller refers to his product as a 2017 Lamborghini 8” Hoverboard/Drift Skateboard. It may not have anything to do with the real Lamborghini, but you have to give credit to the guy who posted this for going all-out with his product because, apparently, “not all two-wheeled, self-balancing hoverboards are created equal!”

Beyond its ability to help you travel from point A to point B, the Lambo hoverboard also comes with bright LED lights, built-in speakers, and is powered by Samsung batteries. It’s also electric, which means that you can charge it in around an hour or so. All of that, though, pales in comparison to the board’s best feature. According to the seller, this hoverboard is a mind-reader, or “almost” a mind reader! I can’t tell you the last time I went to a car dealership and specifically asked the sales agent to bring me a car that can read my mind. Oh, wait. I’ve never done that because that function doesn’t exist, at least not yet.

“The Lambo hoverboard also comes with bright LED lights, built-in speakers, and is powered by Samsung batteries.”

Granted, I will give the seller some credit for his chutzpah. It takes guts to blatantly use Lamborghini’s name without the automaker’s permission. It’s a blatant violation of trademark laws, and he’s still doing it anyway. Bravo, sir!

I should say that I don’t think this is something that the Italian automaker is going to take lightly. Lamborghini is known for being extremely protective of its name — as it should — and if word gets out that there’s a hoverboard that’s being marketed with its name all over it, Lambo’s going to spring to action to make sure nobody profits from it.

All that said, maybe now’s the time to actually buy the damn thing. It’s probably not going to last long as a product so there’s a possibility that it can turn into a collectible in the future. Or maybe not.

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PostHeaderIcon Italdesign Zerouno Roadster

Founded by Giorgetto Giugiaro in 1968 in Turin, Italy, Italdesign is a creative powerhouse with a long history of beautiful creations. Standouts include a variety of notable performance machines like the Maserati MC12, the BMW M1, and the Lotus Esprit, but the house also has several more commonplace vehicles to its name, such as the Audi Q2 and VW Golf, plus oddities like the DeLorean DMC-12. Italdesign’s latest creation is the Zerouno Coupe, which we first saw at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, and later again at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Limited at just five units total, Italdesign managed to move all five examples of this high-dollar (that is, seven-figure) supercar in just a matter of months, a testament to its unique styling and performance potential (not to mention the insanely hot modern supercar market). Now, it appears as though Italdesign is prepping a new drop-top iteration, as revealed by a single shadowy teaser image. Once again, the Italians will showcase their latest wares at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, and they’re saving the details for the big sheet drop. However, before they blow the roof off the coupe in Switzerland, we’ve got the details on it right here. That’s right – we fully expect the Roadster iteration to mirror much of what you get in the coupe, so we put together the following speculative review to whet your appetite. Expect V-10 power, a top speed over 200 mph, lots of carbon fiber, and more wings than an air show.

Offered as part of Italdesign’s 50th Anniversary this year, which officially begins March 6th with an event at the Geneva Motor Show, the Zerouno Roadster enjoys unquestionable status as a mid-engine supercar. It offers tons of customization opportunities, it’s highly exclusive, and it’s very, very expensive, which is perfectly befitting of a low-production model from Italdesign Automobili Speciali. Thing is, Volkswagen bought Italdesign back in 2010, and the Zerouno is made mostly of Lambo-sourced parts. Which begs the question – is it worth the extra outlay over a Huracan or R8?

Continue reading to learn more about the 2018 Ialdesign Zerouno Roadster.

Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Exterior

  • Looks similar to the Zerouno Coupe
  • Very spacey and aggressive in its design
  • Elements of the Egoista and Veneno
  • All carbon exterior panels
  • Very aggressive aerodynamics
  • Promises to be functional as well
  • Roghly the same size as the Aventador
  • LED lighting
  • 20-inch wheels

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“While we're excited to see what new styling details Italdesign is introducing on the Roadster model, the basics should be the same. We think it'll look like a cyborg great white shark sent from the future to murder the dolphin equivalent of John Connor.”

Although Italdesign didn’t give us anything more than the above-pictured teaser image to go on, it’s more than obvious that what we’ve got on our hands here won’t deviate a whole lot from the Coupe iteration. This thing is still gonna be an absolute spaceship, with wild curves and sharp elements that make it bristle with performance promises from front to back.

To give you an idea what we’re on about, here’s a shot of the Italdesign Zerouno Coupe, as captured at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance –


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While we’re excited to see what new styling details Italdesign is introducing on the Roadster model, the basics are the same – low, wide, and geometric, with vents and wings and intakes at every turn. And there are a lot of turns in this car, with angles and bends and curves galore. It’s like a cyborg great white shark sent from the future to murder the dolphin equivalent of John Connor. We see elements of the Lamborghini Egoista and the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster in there, plus a dash of sci-fi awesomeness all its own.

Truth be told, the look is a little controversial among enthusiasts. Some love the out-there appearances, while others deride it as messy and ugly. The polarizing aesthetic is no doubt partly due to the departure of founder Giorgetto Giugiaro, who left the firm in 2015 and subsequently drained some of Italdesign’s credibility.

Luckily, there are no body panels shared between the Italdesign roadster and either of the Volkswagen products it’s based on. Nor should there be, considering the price.

What we do see, however, is a lot of lovely, well-sculpted carbon-fiber components from tip to tail. The composite bits are more than just a showcase of design – they’re also quite functional, just like the Zerouno Coupe. Beyond looking good, downforce and cooling are the primary motivators here, with the advanced aero comprised of an intricate front splitter, louvers along the front and rear wheel arches to reduce pressure, side fins for greater lateral stability, a large rear racing spoiler for extra grip, and an underbody diffuser to help the whole thing suck itself into the pavement.


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“Beyond looking good, downforce and cooling are the primary motivators here, with advanced aero like an underbody diffuser to help the whole thing suck itself into the pavement.”

The Zerouno Roadster should get similar exterior dimensions as the Coupe iteration, which is roughly equivalent to the Lamborghini Huracan. Overall length should be around 4,847 mm (190.8 inches), width should be around 1,970 mm (77.6 inches), and height should be around 1,204 mm (47.4 inches). That said, it might a bit shorter without the roof.

Final touches include an array of LEDs for the forward lighting, and some carbon-adorned wheels as well. Sizing for the rollers should be set at around 20 inches in diameter, if we were to guess. Buyers will also be able to choose theirs in any color they please, or even get it in naked carbon fiber, if desired.

Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Interior

  • Will likely have the same interior spec at the Coupe
  • Carbon fiber everywhere
  • Flat-bottom steering wheel
  • Bolstered bucket seats
  • Some similarities to the Lambo and Audi

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Note: Italdesign Zerouno Coupe pictured here.

“Customization options should be plentiful here. Expect an array of top-shelf materials and several different color schemes to choose from.”

While we have yet to get our hands on any images that show what’s going on inside the Italdesign Zerouno Roadster, we can still look to the Zerouno Coupe model for clues. As such, expect loads of carbon fiber, a fighter jet-like control scheme, a flat-bottom steering wheel wrapped in soft-touch upholstery, and a set of highly bolstered bucket seats. Passengers sit low in the cockpit, while instrumentation is all digital.

Customization options should be plentiful here. Expect an array of top-shelf materials to choose from, including leather, Alcantara, and more. There should also be several different color schemes to choose from, or you could go with the stark carbon fiber in its raw, unpainted form if that’s more your thing. Personally, we think the sporty theme works well with bare composites.

There are also some broad similarities you could draw with the Lamborghini and Audi models upon which the Zerouno is based. For example, the gauge pod looks like it was plucked straight out of the R8, while the geometric shape for the vents is reminiscent of the Huracan. One could see this as both good and bad, though. It’s good because not only does it look great, with a functional and streamlined approach, but it should also offer a wide variety of proven customization options for the buyer. On the other hand, buyers may want something completely bespoke for the money paid, and any similarities to mass-produced products will ding the desirability factor a bit. Of course, that’s just nit-picking at this point, but take a gander at the Prices section, and you’ll see why we think it’s a justifiable critique.

Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Drivetrain

  • Naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10
  • Seven-speed transmission and AWD
  • 610 horsepower
  • 413 pound-feet of torque
  • 3.2 seconds 0-to-62 mph
  • 205 mph top speed
  • Custom exhaust

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Note: Italdesign Zerouno Coupe pictured here.

“The main party piece is an all-atmosphere 5.2-liter V-10 gas-gulper, which produces upwards of 610 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 413 pound-feet of torque at 6,500 rpm.”

As you can probably imagine, there are currently no official specs on the Zerouno Roadster’s mid-mounted motivator as of this writing, but it’s highly likely it’ll carry over unchanged from the Coupe model. That means it’ll once again employ the same engine and drivetrain previously seen in the Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8.

The main party piece is an all-atmosphere 5.2-liter V-10 gas-gulper, which produces upwards of 610 horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 413 pound-feet of torque at 6,500 rpm. Routed to the ground by way of a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and Audi-sourced AWD system, the 0-to-62 mph sprint should be done in about 3.2 seconds, with top speed clocked at 205 mph.

Compared to the Lambo and Audi, those figures are more or less identical. It’s also possible the Roadster could add a tenth or so to the 0-to-60 mph time due to an incremental weight gain (topless usually means more bracing underneath, and that usually results in a few extra pounds).

Regardless, we also fully expect the Zerouno Roadster to sound different, given Italdesign’s penchant for custom exhaust systems. An exotic combustion note to go with the exotic styling? Makes sense to us.

Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Chassis And Handling

  • Low weight is key
  • Carbon fiber and aluminum are used throughout
  • Same bones as the Huracan and R8
  • Large carbon ceramic brakes
  • 8-pot calipers in front, 6-pot rears

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“Note: Italdesign Zerouno Coupe pictured here.”

Once again, look for the Zerouno Roadster to adopt the same architecture as the Lambo and Audi, with a modular spaceframe chassis composed of carbon fiber and aluminum throughout. Lightweight design is the key here, and we’ll have to see if Italdesign managed to shed a few pounds compared to its more mainstream siblings.

The Roadster will also probably use the same brakes as the Coupe, with large carbon ceramic discs pinched by 8-pot calipers in front and 6-pot calipers in the rear. Wrapping the large wheels will be Pirelli P-Zero tires, which are pretty much a guarantee for a car like this. We could also see that neat sidewall lettering that adds an extra racing-inspired flair to the exterior.

Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Prices


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Note: Italdesign Zerouno Coupe pictured here.

In just a few short months after the debut of the Italdesign Zerouno Coupe, all five examples were sold out, each bringing in a tidy sum of around $1.9 million (if not more). We expect the same thing to happen with the Roadster, but pricing will likely see an uptick to around $2.4 million, which, in case you’re keeping track at home, is a $500,000 increase for 100 percent less roof.

And keep in mind the $2.4 million is just for the basics. If you want optional equipment, or a unique look, or new trim in the cabin, or extra performance, Italdesign will do it – for a price. Anything is possible if you’ve got enough scratch. Once again, we won’t know for sure until it drops in Geneva, but for now, we’re thinking the Zerouno Roadster will see production limited at just five units total.

Conclusion


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Note: Italdesign Zerouno Coupe pictured here.

“It's essentially a road-legal spaceship, with supercar levels of performance and an enormous price tag befitting of the rarefied badge on the nose.”

Italdesign plans on offering a new model every year, and the Zerouno Roadster is looking like the one for 2018. It’s essentially a road-legal spaceship, with supercar levels of performance and an enormous price tag befitting of the rarefied badge on the nose.

That said, some of you out there will undoubtedly think the Zerouno is a ludicrous vehicle. After all, if you break it down, the Zerouno Roadster is basically an R8 Spyder with a wild body kit and new interior. Does that mean it’s worth the extra $2.2 million?

No question – for some people, the answer to that is an unequivocal yes. Look for further specs and details next month from Geneva.

  • Leave it
    • * Basically an Audi under the skin
    • * Probably won’t offer any new engine or performance specs
    • * Ridiculously expensive

References


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Read our full review on the 2017 Italdesign Zerouno Coupe.


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PostHeaderIcon Ford Employees Can Get This Exclusive Color If They Buy A Ford GT

The Ford GT is rare enough on its own, but Ford employees have the opportunity to make it rarer. All they have to do is buy one and avail of the “Victory” paint scheme that’s available exclusively to Ford employees. The specific finish is inspired by the colors worn by the Ford GT LM GTE racers that won their class at Daytona and Le Mans. As you might expect, the GT is teeming in red, white, and blue, looking every bit the part of an all-American supercar.



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“The “Victory” paint scheme isn’t for everybody, and it’s certainly not for those who prefer their Ford GT to be a little more muted in its colors”

The “Victory” paint scheme isn’t for everybody, and it’s certainly not for those who prefer their Ford GT to be a little more muted in its colors. If the exclusive paint finish isn’t to your liking, you still have plenty of options to choose from, including eight standard paint colors, eight different racing stripe options, and a number of other contrast finishes. Then there’s the silver Competition Series and the Heritage Edition, the latter of which has its own three exclusive finishes.

There are enough paint finishes to choose from, and we’re not even counting the kind of interior colors you want. It’s the same story with the brake caliper colors and the set of wheels. Options abound when you have a build slot for the Ford GT. There are so many ways to go to dress up the GT, but unless you’re a Ford employee, you’re out of luck as far as the Victory paint scheme is concerned.

“The good news is that we’re probably going to see a few of these babies on the road soon.”

The good news is that we’re probably going to see a few of these babies on the road soon. Raj Nair, president of Ford North America, already has his Victory Ford GT. Bill Ford and Mark Fields already have theirs too. Even Ford CEO Jim Hackett has the option to get one and drive it home, provided he’s interested in being seen driving a Ford GT. Beyond these names, the Blue Oval has a good amount of senior executives who have the resources to secure one.

Depending on how many actually do, I’d wager a bet that we could see somewhere around 15 to 20 units of the Ford GT with the Victory paint scheme. Keep it in that range, and you might be looking at a future collectible.

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PostHeaderIcon Italdesign Zerouno Roadster Will Cost you $2.4 Million

The Italdesign Zerouno Roadster will cost $2.4 million, $500,000 more than its coupe counterpart. That’s how much you’ll have to pay for the limited-run supercar, though, considering how fast the coupe version sold out with a $1.9 million price tag, Italdesign shouldn’t have any problems moving inventory once the Zerouno Roadster makes its debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.


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“Powering the Zerouno Roadster will be the same Audi-sourced 5.2-item V-10 unit that can be found on the coupé.”

While we still don’t know the full scope of details about the Italdesign Zerouno Roadster, a recent teaser from the Italdesign house gave us an early bird look at what the car will look like when it bows in Geneva next month. The limited-run supercar looks about as sexy as you’d expect. It’ll also have dialed up power and performance figures. Powering the Zerouno Roadster will be the same Audi-sourced 5.2-item V-10 unit that can be found on the coupé. It’s good for 610 horsepower and 412 pound-feet of torque, numbers that allowed the coupé to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds before peaking at a top speed of 205 mph. By virtue of it being slightly heavier, expect the Zerouno Roadster to be a 0.1 seconds slower than its coupé sibling to 60 mph. Top speed should still be 205 mph, though.

The Zerouno Roadster’s debut in Geneva is a particularly big deal for Italdesign Giugiaro. For those who don’t know the Italian coachbuilder is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. It may not be the most famous marquee to come out of Italy, but Italdesign’s reputation as an auto design company and limited edition builder is without stain. The company was responsible for penning a number of memorable cars, including the first-generation Golf, Scirocco, and Passat back in the 1970s. More recently, Italdesign has ventured into building super rare exotics. That list includes the Zerouno, Brivido, Parcour, and GTZERO.

For now, the Zerouno Roadster will be the car that everyone’s going to start talking about. It’s coming to the Geneva Motor Show with a $2.4 million price tag attached to it. Better pony up if you want to be the first in line to score one.

References


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini’s Successor to the Aventador Super Veloce Could Use “Jota” Moniker

The successor to the Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce may feature a designation that Lambo fans are very familiar with as a new spy image revealed that the car’s full name will be the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. We can establish that the first two letters of the suffix stand for “Super Veloce,” but the last letter — J — could point to the return of the “Jota” moniker.


“Details are still scarce about the Aventador SVJ, but it is expected that the model will be offered in limited quantities, similar to the Aventador SV.”

The Italian automaker has used the “Jota” name in the past, most recently on the one-off Lamborghini Aventador. The name’s roots can be traced to Lamborghini development driver Bob Wallace, who was instrumental in convincing Lamborghini to create a test mule for the Lamborghini Miura that would be eligible to the FIA’s Appendix J racing regulations back in the early 1970s. Since then, the Jota moniker has been used on a handful of models, including the Diablo SE30 Jota, arguably one of the rarest Lamborghinis of all time. It’s unclear how many Diablo SE30 Jotas were created, but the most common response you’re going to get is that Lamborghini built 28 Jota kits for the Diablo. However, only 12 kits were installed by the automaker. The other 16 kits were offered to existing Diablo SE30 owners, where they could have the kits installed by local dealers.

Fast forward to 2018, and it looks like Lamborghini is about to dust off the Jota moniker once again. Details are still scarce about the Aventador SVJ, but it is expected that the model will be offered in limited quantities, similar to the Aventador SV. The Aventador SVJ’s power numbers have yet to be revealed as well, but we can safely assume that it’ll feature the Aventador’s 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 unit and will have an output of at least 700 horsepower, maybe even more. The limited-run supercar should also get a smattering of aerodynamic upgrades to give justice to its use of the Jota name.

Expect the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ to make its debut soon, possibly as soon as the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. It would be fitting for Lambo to bring the car to the Swiss city because it’s where the company introduced the Aventador Super Veloce three years ago.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing Teamed up Again to Bring us the 515 Project ONE

Mercedes-Benz and Cigarette Racing have a long-standing partnership that has given rise to some wild creations in the past. There was the SLS AMG-inspired boat from 2010. There was the Black Series 50’ Marauder Cigarette boat from 2012. Then there was the Cigarette Racing Vision Gran Turismo Concept from 2014. Now the two companies can add the 515 Project One Cigarette boat to its growing collection. Inspired by the Mercedes-AMG Project One, the 515 Project One is an insane superboat that has as much as 3,100 horsepower at its disposal. It’s meant for the high seas, but with that much power at its disposal, the 515 Project One is nothing short of a certified torpedo in the water. Oh, and it also costs $2 million. A little food for thought to go with those eye-popping figures.


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“The 51.5-foot long Cigarette Racing 515 Project One looks like a million bucks, or in this case, two million bucks.”

The 51.5-foot long Cigarette Racing 515 Project One looks like a million bucks, or in this case, two million bucks. That’s an established fact. It’s even painted in the same silver with matte black accents combination that the actual Project One supercar is dressed in. The boat’s exterior is largely made of Kevlar and fiberglass while the boat’s interior is embellished with enough carbon fiber and Dinamica fabrics to make even the snootiest of aristocrats bend their knees in humility. Nobody’s going to accuse Cigarette Racing of being stingy with the luxury features of the boat.

Complementing the Monte Carlo-level of class and sophistication are two Mercury Racing twin-cam V-8 engines that can produce 1,550 horsepower each on racing fuel. Since there are two of them in there, the 515 Project One is capable of unleashing 3,100 horsepower in Poseidon’s domain. If you can’t handle that much power, there’s an option to get the slightly inferior 1,350 pairing of engines that combine to produce 2,700 horsepower. All told, the 515 Project One is capable of hitting a top speed approaching 140 mph.


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“Of the nine boats that Cigarette Racing has created with the help of AMG, the 515 Project One is without question the most advanced of the lot”

All told, Project 515 is faster and lighter than its predecessor, the aforementioned Marauder. It also offers six additional passengers and 30 percent greater surface area. Of the nine boats that Cigarette Racing has created with the help of AMG — yes, there have been nine of them — the 515 Project One is without question the most advanced of the lot. I don’t know if it’s still worth $2 million after saying all of that, but if somebody buys one and is willing to let me drive it, I wouldn’t be opposed to that idea.

At this point, Cigarette Racing should probably consider bringing its own Vision Gran Turismo Concept to life. It has a pair of 1,650-horsepower Mercury Racing engines, which means that when you put them together, they combine to produce 3,300 horsepower, 200 horsepower more than the most powerful two-engine setup the boat company has in its lineup. It’s lightweight construction also sheds almost 1,000 pounds from its standard spec weight and when you combine that with the more powerful engine configuration, you’re looking at a boat that can safely exceed 140 mph without breaking a sweat.

References

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PostHeaderIcon The Ford-Cena Lawsuit Heats up as Cena Claims There Were No Re-Sale Restrictions

John Cena isn’t ready to cave to Ford’s lawsuit just yet. The 16-time WWE champion is fighting back against the Blue Oval with a lawsuit of his own, claiming that Ford’s suit had the legitimacy of a Vince McMahon championship reign because the final contract he signed said nothing about the automaker’s resale clause that forbid Ford GT owners from selling before 24 months of ownership had passed. What was thought to be an open-and-shut case in the beginning has evolved into a rivalry that has the makings of a main event match at Wrestlemania 33. Who do you have? Cena or Ford?


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“As ridiculous as it sounds, Ford’s requirement that all owners of the Ford GT keep their cars in the first 24 months of their ownership has been well-documented”

I don’t have a prizefighter in this match because it’s hard to see which side is going to win here. Both Ford and Cena have a point in their respective cases. As ridiculous as it sounds, Ford’s requirement that all owners of the Ford GT keep their cars in the first 24 months of their ownership has been well-documented. It wasn’t the most popular of decisions, but the automaker was protecting the supercar from getting flipped in the secondary market looking to make a quick profit out of it. In Ford’s eyes, Cena violated that agreement, prompting Ford to take action against the WWE superstar.

This is where it gets interesting. After first apologizing for selling his GT, Cena is now coming back at Ford with a motion of his own. According to those documents, Ford did not include its 24-month, no-resale stipulation in the final dealer’s sales agreement, making Ford’s claim invalid. Part of Cena’s motion included a tidbit that said that the wrestler and the automaker agreed that any resale restriction would be included in the dealership’s sales agreement. Since there wasn’t one, Cena believes that Ford’s lawsuit has no legs to stand on.


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“Ford did not include its 24-month, no-resale stipulation in the final dealer’s sales agreement, making Ford’s claim invalid.”

From the looks of things, the screw up falls squarely on the shoulders of the Ford dealership — Elder Ford of Tampa — that sold Cena his Ford GT. Ford did its diligence in mentioning the clause in the order confirmation and the affidavit of eligibility and release, documents that Cena himself signed. The clause was also included in the terms and conditions of the Ford GT program. It was all there in the documents, except the last one that might turn out to be the most important one if a judge decides that the final sales agreement precludes the earlier agreements Cena signed with Ford.

Whichever way this legal battle goes, I don’t see either party winning here in the end. Ford will come out as being exceedingly petty, and Cena will look like a car flipper. Either way, this is not the kind of publicity either party is looking for.

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PostHeaderIcon The Ford-Cena Lawsuit Heats up as Cena Claims There Were No Re-Sale Restrictions

John Cena isn’t ready to cave to Ford’s lawsuit just yet. The 16-time WWE champion is fighting back against the Blue Oval with a lawsuit of his own, claiming that Ford’s suit had the legitimacy of a Vince McMahon championship reign because the final contract he signed said nothing about the automaker’s resale clause that forbid Ford GT owners from selling before 24 months of ownership had passed. What was thought to be an open-and-shut case in the beginning has evolved into a rivalry that has the makings of a main event match at Wrestlemania 33. Who do you have? Cena or Ford?


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“As ridiculous as it sounds, Ford’s requirement that all owners of the Ford GT keep their cars in the first 24 months of their ownership has been well-documented”

I don’t have a prizefighter in this match because it’s hard to see which side is going to win here. Both Ford and Cena have a point in their respective cases. As ridiculous as it sounds, Ford’s requirement that all owners of the Ford GT keep their cars in the first 24 months of their ownership has been well-documented. It wasn’t the most popular of decisions, but the automaker was protecting the supercar from getting flipped in the secondary market looking to make a quick profit out of it. In Ford’s eyes, Cena violated that agreement, prompting Ford to take action against the WWE superstar.

This is where it gets interesting. After first apologizing for selling his GT, Cena is now coming back at Ford with a motion of his own. According to those documents, Ford did not include its 24-month, no-resale stipulation in the final dealer’s sales agreement, making Ford’s claim invalid. Part of Cena’s motion included a tidbit that said that the wrestler and the automaker agreed that any resale restriction would be included in the dealership’s sales agreement. Since there wasn’t one, Cena believes that Ford’s lawsuit has no legs to stand on.


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“Ford did not include its 24-month, no-resale stipulation in the final dealer’s sales agreement, making Ford’s claim invalid.”

From the looks of things, the screw up falls squarely on the shoulders of the Ford dealership — Elder Ford of Tampa — that sold Cena his Ford GT. Ford did its diligence in mentioning the clause in the order confirmation and the affidavit of eligibility and release, documents that Cena himself signed. The clause was also included in the terms and conditions of the Ford GT program. It was all there in the documents, except the last one that might turn out to be the most important one if a judge decides that the final sales agreement precludes the earlier agreements Cena signed with Ford.

Whichever way this legal battle goes, I don’t see either party winning here in the end. Ford will come out as being exceedingly petty, and Cena will look like a car flipper. Either way, this is not the kind of publicity either party is looking for.

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PostHeaderIcon McLaren Senna to Race at Le Mans in a Couple of Years

Launched in late 2017 as a successor to the P1, the McLaren Senna is the company’s most radical road-legal car yet. Not just superior to the P1 in almost every department, it’s one of the quickest supercars on the race track. At least that’s what McLaren claims. There’s no proof of the Senna skill at the track, but all the specs, performance figures, and the extreme aerodynamics seem to point in that direction. And McLaren wants to take things up yet another notch in the near future with a racing version.

Although it has yet to confirm it, the British firm is most likely developing a GTR version of the Senna. It will be here once production of the regular model, limited to 500 units, comes to an end, so it will probably take until late 2019 for that to happen. Much like the P1 GTR, the Senna GTR will be a race-spec model of existing Senna clients and part of the company’s customer program with racing events around the world. But while the P1 program was halted after the GTR, the Senna will become a full-blown race car for FIA events. At least that’s the plan.

Continue reading for the full story.

It’s All Down to the Upcoming Technical Rules


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“Taking a supercar like the Senna racing is a bit of an issue right now, as most series under the FIA banner do not allow such vehicles to the track”

Taking a supercar like the Senna racing is a bit of an issue right now, as most series under the FIA banner do not allow such vehicles to the track. But this could change in the future. Recent rumors suggest that the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), which organizes the 24 Hours of Le Mans, is planning to revert technical rules for the top class back to road-legal supercars following the demise of the LMP1 category for hybrids. This could open up the opportunity for McLaren to field a prototype-spec Senna at the iconic event.

“I certainly could conceive racing [the Senna]. I genuinely cannot confirm anything at the minute, but we are working on a plan. The way it is designed from an aerodynamic perspective, and the sheer balance of our cars, would be very, very competitive. You could never say outright that you’d go and win, but we wouldn’t go in with any other intention,”
McLaren Automotive chief executive Mike Flewitt told Autocar.

Big Shoes to Fill


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“A race-spec Senna would have big shoes to fill, as it will become the spiritual successor of the Le Mans-winning F1 GTR.”

A race-spec Senna would have big shoes to fill, as it will become the spiritual successor of the Le Mans-winning F1 GTR. The innovative F1 hit the race track in 1995, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans in its first season. What’s more, four of the top five cars at the finish line were F1s. The GTR remained competitive in the series until 1998, getting a major upgrade in the Longtail spec. It continued to race internationally with noticeable success until 2005. In all, it won 39 races and scored 64 podiums, plus three constructors’ championships in the BPR Global GT Series and the FIA GT Championship.

Granted, it remains to be seen whether the race-spec Senna will become reality or if it will be able to win at Le Mans, but McLaren will surely put up a good fight. And no matter the result, it will probably remain one of the most radical race cars based on a road-going model.

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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG Drops More Details About the Project One Hypercar

The Mercedes-AMG Project One is the right kind of spicy for hypercar-starved fans the world over. But as much as we know about it already, we really don’t know a lot about it from Mercedes-AMG’s perspective. Good thing then that AMG boss Tobias Moers revealed some interesting information about the Project One, including its weight, power estimate, and the amount of downforce it will generate. None of these numbers are official, but if it comes from the man making all the decisions, we’ll take it as the closest thing to gospel.


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“Tobias Moers confirmed that the hypercar will weigh around 1,300 to 1,400 kilos – slightly heavier than the 1,200-kilo (2,645 pounds) weight that’s been reported in the past.”

The first thing Tobias Moers touched on in his conversation with Autocar was the amount of downforce the Project One will generate. In his words, that figure will be “approximately half the weight of the car.” He also confirmed that the hypercar will weigh around 1,300 to 1,400 kilos (2,866 to 3,086 pounds), slightly heavier than the 1,200-kilo (2,645 pounds) weight that’s been reported in the past.

If those figures hold, the Project One will be able to produce approximately 675 kilos of downforce, well short of the McLaren Senna, which Mclaren claims will generate 800 kilos of downforce. The numbers for the Project One are still impressive considering that it doesn’t have as prominent an active rear spoiler as the one the Senna has at its disposal. There’s also the question of at what that downforce figure comes into play. In the Senna, McLaren claims that it can achieve 800 kilos of downforce when it reaches 155 mph. It’s worth noting, too, that the Project One, like the Senna, is capable of lowering its ride height for track purposes, opening the door for an increase in the amount of downforce it generates under it.


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“It’s worth noting, too, that the Project One, is capable of lowering its ride height for track purposes, opening the door for an increase in the amount of downforce it generates under it.”

This feature will also play into the hypercar’s output. We’ve known for quite a while that the Project One will have around 1,000 horsepower at its disposal. Moers, though, made it clear that the stated output is just what the car has at this stage of its development. Its actual output, in Moers’ words, will be 1,000 horsepower “plus, plus, plus.” Don’t get too excited yet because the AMG boss also pulled the reins by saying that he expects the final output to sit below 1,100 horsepower. Either way, that’s still a lot of horses to play around with.

For now, Mercedes-AMG is sticking with its 2019 production schedule. That should be enough time to work on the finer details of the hypercar, including its ability to post record-setting laps when it’s unleashed into the world. According to Autocar, AMG studied past lap records in the Nurburgring during the development of the Project One including the outright record Stefan Bellof set in a Porsche 956 back in 1983. Is it possible then that Mercedes-AMG thinks it can beat that number? It’s hard to imagine the hypercar breaking it because doing so would mean that it would be almost 40 seconds faster than the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, the raging monster that holds the production car record with a lap time of 6:47.

But who’s to say that it can or can’t? Only time will tell.

References

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PostHeaderIcon McLaren Senna Is Quicker than P1, Generates Incredible Downforce

When it unveiled the Senna back in December 2017, McLaren omitted some of the supercar’s performance facts. Needless to say, the Senna was downright spectacular even without those figures to run by, but McLaren just released a batch of new information that proves this supercar is as quick as it looks.


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“While many argue that the Senna isn't exactly pretty design-wise, its controversial appearance is a modern embodiment of the "form follows function" concept”

While many argue that the Senna isn’t exactly pretty design-wise, its controversial appearance is a modern embodiment of the “form follows function” concept. Radical aerodynamics rarely go hand in hand with appealing styling cues and McLaren decided to completely sacrifice the latter for the sake of performance. It might be ugly, but that carbon-fiber shell helps it generate a whopping 800 kg (almost 1,764 pounds) of downforce at 155 mph. That’s 200 kg (441 pounds) more than the McLaren P1 at the same speed.

But what about acceleration? The Senna needs 2.7 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standing start, a tenth-second quicker than the P1. The sprint to 124 mph takes 6.8 clicks, a full second quicker than the awesome 720S. The quarter-mile time is equally impressive at 9.9 seconds, while stopping from 124 mph takes only 100 meters (328 feet). Top speed is rated at “only” 211 mph, six mph below the P1, but that’s a small sacrifice given the Senna’s outstanding cornering abilities.


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“The Senna needs 2.7 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standing start, a tenth-second quicker than the P1”

According to McLaren, the Senna is unstoppable at the track when used in race mode. The revise RaceActive Chassis Control suspension not only enables the driver to brake and turn into corners later, but also hit the gas pedal earlier than in a P1. That’s due to the extra available downforce and the balanced aerodynamics.

The design language of the McLaren Senna is extremely aggressive and different from any previous McLaren – because no other road-legal McLaren has had to fulfill such an uncompromising brief,” explained Rob Melville, Design Director, McLaren Automotive. ”When you see the car for the first time, you know instantly how single-minded and focused it is; to meet the performance targets we have had to go to an entirely different level from even the McLaren P1.”

It’s all true, and it looks as if Ayrton Senna himself helped design it.

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PostHeaderIcon First World Problems: Bugatti Wants to Take Care of your Veyron For as Long as 15 Years

The price of buying a Bugatti Veyron will set you back at least $1.5 million, but the costs attached to owning one can run high too. An oil change, for example, will set you back $20,000. A new set of tires will hit you like a brick in the head at close to $50,000 per set. Add up the years you plan to own a Veyron, and you’re looking at maintenance costs that could reach around $400,000 to $500,000. Be thankful, then, that Bugatti is introducing a Loyalty Maintenance Program for the Veyron that will help reduce operating costs while maintaining the condition of your million-dollar supercar.


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“You can get that seal after your beloved supercar goes through a thorough inspection that includes testing and replacing parts”

If you’re an owner of a Bugatti Veyron, this new program is a God-send for you. Not only does it help you maintain the condition of your supercar, it has the potential to help soften the blow of the operating costs attached to the Veyron. We know that these costs could get completely out of hand, so the measure of protection Bugatti is offering through its Loyalty Maintenance Program is a big deal.

Before you start jumping for joy, your Veyrons need to earn a Bugatti Certified seal. You can get that seal after your beloved supercar goes through a thorough inspection that includes testing and replacing parts, ranging from small mechanical bits like spark plugs to full-blown body panels. Updates are also included in the service. In the end, the Veyron receives a Bugatti Certified seal, and its warranty is extended.

In a statement, Franco Utzeri, head of Bugatti Certified and Financial Services, said that the new program is a major step for Bugatti and owners of the Veyron. “Our quality program has been significantly enhanced by the Loyalty Maintenance Program,” he said. “This means that our customer support has reached the high level of individualization that customers already learned to know and appreciate when they purchased their Bugatti. No other brand is as near to the customer as Bugatti – and that applies to the duration of ownership.“


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“Bugatti is offering several different maintenance packages so you can get the package that best suits your use of the supercar”

Speaking of the duration, Bugatti is offering several different maintenance packages so you can get the package that best suits your use of the supercar. This includes an Extended Warranty Plus program that runs up to 15 years, something that no other automaker in the world offers. “Our customers use their Bugattis in very individual ways,” Chris Kelly, head of Bugatti Customer Service, said. “Many owners enjoy driving their car every day while others see it as an automotive work of art in their private collection. This means that individual customers have very different expectations of service. We can now meet these expectations much more effectively, in line with our customers’ wishes.”

Make no mistake, Bugatti’s new Loyalty Maintenance Program is as important to the automaker as it is to Veyron owners, especially when you consider how rare and valuable Veyrons are becoming. It’s important for the company to maintain premium physical, mechanical, and technical quality of its models. This is a natural step in accomplishing that goal.

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PostHeaderIcon Wanna Make Your Aston Martin Valkyrie Even Cooler? Just Add Moon Dust

Throughout its development, the Aston Martin Valkyrie was known internally as the “Nebula,” a fitting moniker considering the hypercar’s otherworldly speed potential and performance specs. Now, one lucky owner is taking the association to the next level by adding Moon dust to the equation.

In a recent post to Instagram, user lamborghiniks proclaimed “I have sourced, gotten proper verification, and purchased an actual Rock from the Moon which will be ground to dust and used as a key ingredient in Karosserie Lunar Red which will be the color of my Aston Martin Valkyrie.” Apparently, lamborghiniks also enjoys a variety of other exotics in his garage, including a Koenigsegg Agera XS, Pagani Huayra BC, and Lamborghini Veneno.

It’s an interesting idea, and certainly unique, but it makes us wonder what effect (if any) the Moon dust will have on the Valkyrie’s appearance. In fact, lamborghiniks is gonna need a pretty sizable chunk of the stuff to even see it show up on the body panels at all. But at least he’s not painting it in some obnoxious gold flake or chrome wrap, right?

As a reminder, the Aston Martin Valkyrie reaches escape velocity by way of a hybrid, naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 tuned by Cosworth to produce upwards of 1,130 horsepower. Output is routed through a seven-speed Ricardo dual-clutch automatic, while the hybrid is a KERS-style system from Rimac. At just 1,030 kg (2,271 pounds), the Valkyrie manages a power-to-weight ratio better than the ’ole one-to-one figure. It’s also got some pretty serious aero, but that doesn’t really apply on the Moon. Unless you count solar wind.



BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! My visit to Aston Martin was very inspiring. A few weeks ago @milesnurnberger had commented to me that a spec we were discussing reminded him of a Space Ship. I immediately responded, “The Valkyrie makes a Space Ship look like a Car!” 😆👍 That got me thinking... How do I raise the bar of my spec to be worthy of Valkyrie level? 🤔 If ever there was a machine that could grip the ground and rip around the craters of the Moon like it's on rails, it would be the Aston Martin Valkyrie. Unfortunately, science won't allow me to be the first person to drive on the Moon (gravity is still an issue, they say), but nothing is stopping me from bringing the Moon to my Valkyrie!! 🌚 I have sourced, gotten proper verification, and purchased an actual Rock from the Moon which will be ground to dust and used as a key ingredient in Karosserie Lunar Red which will be the color of my Aston Martin Valkyrie. This will be the first car ever to feature a paint formula that includes actual ingredients from #SPACE !!! Thank You to everyone at @astonmartinlagonda, @redbullracing and Karosserie in Wayne, PA. More renderings will be released in the coming weeks and months. We will also document and share some of the process of making actual Moon Rock part of this very special color being developed exclusively for the most special car of my lifetime: The Aston Martin Valkyrie. 🙏👽🙏 Thanks to 🖍@marcovanoverbeeke🖍 for helping refine my spec and providing me with renderings and thanks to 🌠@capitolsunset🌠 for setting the mood of the image on the Moon. More to come!! #ToTheMoonAndBack #🌚 🙏😆🙏 ______________________________________________________ #AstonMartin #Valkyrie #AstonMartinValkyrie #Moon #MoonRock #KarosserieLunarRed #KrisSingh #Red #BloodRedMoon #ToTheMoonAndBack #ComingSoon #2019 #RaiseTheBar #NASA #RedBull #RedBullRacing #AdrianNewey #MarekReichman #MilesNurnberger #AndyPalmer #AstonMartinRules #GameChanger #LunarRed #F1 #Redhead #RedWillNeverBeTheSame #TheRedOfAllReds #BLESSED ______________________________________________________ PS - No information or details regarding my source, purchase price, weight of the Moon Rock, or other, will be shared.

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!! My visit to Aston Martin was very inspiring.
A few weeks ago @milesnurnberger had commented to me that a spec we were discussing reminded him of a Space Ship.
I immediately responded, “The Valkyrie makes a Space Ship look like a Car!” 😆👍 That got me thinking… How do I raise the bar of my spec to be worthy of Valkyrie level? 🤔
If ever there was a machine that could grip the ground and rip around the craters of the Moon like it’s on rails, it would be the Aston Martin Valkyrie.
Unfortunately, science won’t allow me to be the first person to drive on the Moon (gravity is still an issue, they say), but nothing is stopping me from bringing the Moon to my Valkyrie!! 🌚 I have sourced, gotten proper verification, and purchased an actual Rock from the Moon which will be ground to dust and used as a key ingredient in Karosserie Lunar Red which will be the color of my Aston Martin Valkyrie.
This will be the first car ever to feature a paint formula that includes actual ingredients from #SPACE !!! Thank You to everyone at @astonmartinlagonda, @redbullracing and
Karosserie in Wayne, PA.
More renderings will be released in the coming weeks and months.
We will also document and share some of the process of making actual Moon Rock part of this very special color being developed exclusively for the most special car of my lifetime: The Aston Martin Valkyrie. 🙏👽🙏 Thanks to 🖍@marcovanoverbeeke🖍 for helping refine my spec and providing me with renderings and thanks to 🌠@capitolsunset🌠 for setting the mood of the image on the Moon.
More to come!! #ToTheMoonAndBack #🌚 🙏😆🙏 ______________________________________________________
#AstonMartin #Valkyrie #AstonMartinValkyrie #Moon #MoonRock #KarosserieLunarRed #KrisSingh #Red #BloodRedMoon #ToTheMoonAndBack #ComingSoon #2019 #RaiseTheBar #NASA #RedBull #RedBullRacing #AdrianNewey #MarekReichman #MilesNurnberger #AndyPalmer #AstonMartinRules #GameChanger #LunarRed #F1 #Redhead #RedWillNeverBeTheSame #TheRedOfAllReds #BLESSED
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PS – No information or details regarding my source, purchase price, weight of the Moon Rock, or other, will be shared.


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PostHeaderIcon Rimac Shows Its Second-Generation Hypercar In Short Teaser Video

Between destroying the conventional lineup of supercars in various acceleration tests and, uh, being destroyed by Richard Hammond in a fiery hill climb crash, the Rimac Concept One has garnered huge attention for itself over the past few years. Now, Rimac Autombili is once again gearing up for a flurry of attention, as the Croatian brand just dropped a new teaser for its second-gen ground-bound spaceship.

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story


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First put into production in 2013, the Rimac Concept One is the brand’s very first offering. With production limited to just eight units total, each of which carries a price tag around the $1 million mark, these things are as rare and expensive as they are fast.

And man, are they fast. Thanks to a set of four high-powered electric motors, one per wheel, the Concept One manages to lay down an impressive 1,072 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque, which is enough to slingshot the two-door to 62 mph in just 2.6 seconds, 124 mph in 6.2 seconds, and 186 mph in 14.2 seconds. It’ll also top out at 221 mph.

As a reminder, the Concept One competes with the likes of the Nio EP9, as well as the Tesla Roadster 2.0 (or at least it will, once the Tesla finally makes it into full production status).

This thing is simply absurdly fast, and it looks good too, like some low-slung, ultra-wide, inter-dimensional planet-hopper. Indeed, we consider the Rimac Concept One to be a guiding light when it comes to our collective all-electric performance future. And that’s why we’re standing up and paying attention now that Rimac is teasing us with its second model.


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“Indeed, we consider the Rimac Concept One to be a guiding light when it comes to our collective all-electric performance future. And that's why we're standing up and paying attention now that Rimac is teasing us with its second model.”

The video is short, with just 22 seconds of footage to go off, and although the images are cast in shadows and broken up with a digital light show, it does give us a decent look at the general outline we should expect from the model.

For starters, there’s a swooping coupe roof line, with huge fenders front and back (but especially in front). The wheels are equally enormous, while the front deck is long and low, including a prominent vent element up top.

Towards the end, we also get a somewhat clear shot of the front fascia, which, compared to the first-generation model, looks to include a larger central intake set in black, reshaped headlights set at a more acute angle to the ground, and larger side intakes.

All told, we’re stoked to see what Rimac has in store for us. Luckily we won’t have to wait long to get more details, as the next-gen will drop this March at the Geneva Motor Show.


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Aventador Could be Replaced by Hybrid Hypercar but the Brand Will Avoid Self-Driving and All-Electric Tech

In yet another sign that times are changing in Lamborghini, the Italian automaker is reportedly considering a hybrid supercar to serve as a replacement to the Lamborghini Aventador once the latter’s life cycle ends. It’s not a foregone conclusion, but Lamborghini’s head of research and development, Maurizio Reggiani, isn’t about to close the door on the possibility either. On the other hand, don’t expect the Italian automaker to start rolling out the red carpet for electric cars and autonomous vehicles. That’s not happening anytime soon because Lambo is still Lambo, and as such, it still has performance requirements to uphold.


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“Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route.”

There may come a day when a hybrid supercar comes out from Sant’Agata, Bolognese. That’s the tone Maurizio Reggiani had in a conversation with Motor Authority
regarding the replacement for the seven-year-old Lamborghini Aventador. “With the new Aventador we must decide what will be the future of the super sports car in terms of electric contribution,” he said. “What way to manage the weight coming from electrification, and to be able to guarantee every way to have the DNA of a super sports car.”

Reggiani’s comments are consistent with what we’ve been hearing from Lamborghini recently. Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route. As it is, the Aventador already weighs over 4,000 pounds, which is already heavier than a car like the 3,400-pound McLaren P1 that has to account for the excess weight attributed to electric components and battery packs. A hybrid Lamborghini with the same components could balloon in weight even more. That’s a real issue that Lamborghini will have to address before it can seriously think about building a hybrid replacement for the Aventador.


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“Going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV.”

As far as electric cars and autonomous technology are concerned, don’t expect Lamborghini to actively pursue either of these two technologies. Reggiani made that clear when he told Motor Authority that going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV. “I think it’s not still mature,” he said. “If you want on a dune experience off-road, it cannot be. With the temperature off-road, you will drive to the top of a hill, and after you have depleted energy.” That’s not to say that Lamborghini is shutting the door on electric cars permanently. There’s still a way to get the company to start using it, provided that batteries become lighter and easier to cool.

Autonomous driving technology, on the other hand, is a non-starter because it takes part of the experience of driving Lamborghinis away from the driver. “If you pay money to have fun to drive a super sports car, you want to drive the car, not a robot,” Reggiani added.

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Lamborghini Aventador


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Read our full review on the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S.


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Aventador Could be Replaced by Hybrid Hypercar but the Brand Will Avoid Self-Driving and All-Electric Tech

In yet another sign that times are changing in Lamborghini, the Italian automaker is reportedly considering a hybrid supercar to serve as a replacement to the Lamborghini Aventador once the latter’s life cycle ends. It’s not a foregone conclusion, but Lamborghini’s head of research and development, Maurizio Reggiani, isn’t about to close the door on the possibility either. On the other hand, don’t expect the Italian automaker to start rolling out the red carpet for electric cars and autonomous vehicles. That’s not happening anytime soon because Lambo is still Lambo, and as such, it still has performance requirements to uphold.


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“Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route.”

There may come a day when a hybrid supercar comes out from Sant’Agata, Bolognese. That’s the tone Maurizio Reggiani had in a conversation with Motor Authority
regarding the replacement for the seven-year-old Lamborghini Aventador. “With the new Aventador we must decide what will be the future of the super sports car in terms of electric contribution,” he said. “What way to manage the weight coming from electrification, and to be able to guarantee every way to have the DNA of a super sports car.”

Reggiani’s comments are consistent with what we’ve been hearing from Lamborghini recently. Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route. As it is, the Aventador already weighs over 4,000 pounds, which is already heavier than a car like the 3,400-pound McLaren P1 that has to account for the excess weight attributed to electric components and battery packs. A hybrid Lamborghini with the same components could balloon in weight even more. That’s a real issue that Lamborghini will have to address before it can seriously think about building a hybrid replacement for the Aventador.


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“Going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV.”

As far as electric cars and autonomous technology are concerned, don’t expect Lamborghini to actively pursue either of these two technologies. Reggiani made that clear when he told Motor Authority that going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV. “I think it’s not still mature,” he said. “If you want on a dune experience off-road, it cannot be. With the temperature off-road, you will drive to the top of a hill, and after you have depleted energy.” That’s not to say that Lamborghini is shutting the door on electric cars permanently. There’s still a way to get the company to start using it, provided that batteries become lighter and easier to cool.

Autonomous driving technology, on the other hand, is a non-starter because it takes part of the experience of driving Lamborghinis away from the driver. “If you pay money to have fun to drive a super sports car, you want to drive the car, not a robot,” Reggiani added.

References

Lamborghini Aventador


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Read our full review on the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S.


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PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Supercar Blondie Gets a Devel Sixteen

The 5000HP Devel Sixteen

Special delivery😱😱. This is the 5000HP V16 Devel Sixteen – who else wants to drive this?

Posted by Supercarblondie on Saturday, January 20, 2018

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PostHeaderIcon McLaren Unleashes the Senna to Christen New Tech Center

Now that the Detroit Auto Show is safely in our rearview mirrors, we can now go back to our regularly scheduled programming. To mark our return to the real world, McLaren threw itself a little housewarming party after the opening of its Carbon Composites Technology Centre in the UK. The special guest-of-honor was none other than the McLaren Senna, and in true form, the Senna did more than just show up and wave to the gathered masses, it actually performed a series of donuts in the company of a 1989 McLaren Formula One race car, the same car that was driven by Ayrton Senna, for which the car was named after.

The Senna’s presence inside the Carbon Composites Technology Centre wasn’t by accident, but a choreographed event by McLaren to use the supercar to leave a trail of fresh Pirelli tire rubber on the center’s new floor. It was, in the automaker’s words, a way to “christen it — McLaren style.” The company even recorded part of the Senna’s performance on video, and it is as glorious as it sounds.

To be clear, the Carbon Composites Technology Centre isn’t open yet. Nevertheless, the doors were opened to a select group of attendees with the intention of showing what the place will look like once it’s fully operational. For those who don’t know, the center will serve as ground zero for McLaren’s future carbon fiber tubs. This will be the place where they’ll be built beginning in 2019.

But that’s a story for another time. For now, check out the McLaren Senna getting its first public workout. By the looks of it, the supercar is all set to unleash its wrath into the world.


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PostHeaderIcon Kia Pits The Forte Against The Lamborghini Aventador in Hilarious Ad

The Kia Forte and the Lamborghini Aventador are two cars that couldn’t be more different from each other. One is a compact four-door sedan while the other is, well, you know what the Aventador is. On the surface, the Aventador beats the Forte in just about every meaningful discussion. But is the Lamborghini really that much better than the Forte? Kia (obviously) doesn’t think so, and believe it or not; it actually makes a compelling case for its own sedan.

Go ahead and watch the video. Tell me you didn’t get a good laugh out of it. I certainly did. Kia’s justifications for the Forte are all fair. The sedan does have two more doors than the supercar. It also has a big advantage in rear seating, cargo space, touch-screen capability, and wireless charging. It even has the Aventador beat in fuel efficiency and cost. It’s true that you can buy a Forte for a tenth of the price of an Aventador. You can even use the money you saved on something else, including that villa in Italy the voice-over guy suggested. By these metrics, the Forte wins hands down!

In all seriousness, the “rivalry” between the Forte and Aventador is tongue-firmly-planted-in-cheek humor. Give credit to Kia for thinking outside the box with the angle for this commercial. It takes a certain kind of confidence to roll out an Aventador opposite a Forte, and then actually make a compelling case for the latter as the better car.

Well done, Kia. It’s a great commercial, though, I think it would’ve probably been better if you saved this one for Super Bowl LII. Just a thought.


References

Kia Forte


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Read our full review on the 2019 Kia Forte.

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Read our full review on the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador.

PostHeaderIcon Lexus is Warming Up to the Idea of an LF-A Successor

The Lexus LFA burst onto the scene in 2010, shocking an industry that didn’t expect any car of this status to come out of Lexus and, by extension, Toyota. It only lasted two years in production because of a cap in volume — it was limited to just 500 units — but in that short period, the LFA was able to cement its legacy as one of the most fascinating supercars of its generation. Fast forward to 2018 and there are rumblings that Lexus is finally considering the possibility of developing a model that would serve as the successor of the almighty Lexus supercar.


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“Up until this point, the belief was that Lexus was not doing a follow-up to the LFA supercar”

Well, this is a major development. Up until this point, the belief was that Lexus was not doing a follow-up to the LFA supercar. Back in 2016, Lexus Europe boss, Alain Uyttenhoven, hinted that a successor to the LFA wasn’t in the company’s immediate plans. “The LFA is an icon now and possibly always – we don’t need to replace it to keep that status,” he said. “It is a car we can reference for another 25 years if we choose. Its status is assured.”

Granted, a lot of things can change in the course of two years. That appears to be the case here because incessant public demand has made Lexus reconsider its earlier position regarding a potential successor to the supercar.


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“There’s no telling what the company’s decision-makers are talking about, but for what it’s worth, the idea that a successor to the LFA is “not a closed door” anymore is enough to get a lot of people excited, myself included.”

Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager Jeff Bracken commented on the changing winds within Lexus telling Carbuzz at the Detroit Auto Show that discussions about an LFA successor are no longer open-shut cases. “I wouldn’t rule it out,” he said. “I think that when we hear so many emotional and a high number of requests for a follow-up to LFA, we certainly won’t ignore that. It’s not a closed door.”

For now, that’s all Lexus appears to be willing to divulge. There’s no telling what the company’s decision-makers are talking about, but for what it’s worth, the idea that a successor to the LFA is “not a closed door” anymore is enough to get a lot of people excited, myself included.

References

Lexus LFA


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