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Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar


We wouldn’t mind if it looked something like this.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. For Tesla to maintain its image as a premium carmaker while delivering an affordable car in the shape of the Model 3, it should seriously consider building a halo car. Lexus did it with the LFA, Ford has done it with the GT and there’s no reason why Tesla couldn’t do something similar to this Model EXP concept, created by Spanish rendering artist Xabier Albizu. Elon Musk recently confirmed that a revamped Roadster is in the pipeline, albeit a few years away, and that it will set a new performance benchmark.
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
But what will it look like? Like every supercar, it has to deliver on design, and the EXP provides a glimpse of what a supercar with Model S and Model X styling elements could look like. The rear end is strikingly similar to that of the Bugatti Chiron, complete with a horizontal taillight bar, but the front end is all Tesla. Of course it will have to feature technology at the forefront of development, with autonomous driving capabilities, while power will come from four individual electric motors with independent torque vectoring similar to that on the Rimac Concept One. And that’s the car that Tesla should be aiming to compete with.
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
The Concept One is the fastest EV on the planet packing technology that carmakers big and small are begging Rimac to build for them. Surely Musk could borrow some of the space age composites and alloys from Space X in creating the ultimate Tesla. It already has the battery tech and performance locked down. Throw in a cool design like this and there’s no reason Tesla couldn’t have a supercar to compete with offerings from today’s supercar heavyweights.
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
Forget The Model 3, We Want To See A Tesla Supercar
via: www.carbuzz.com

AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output

But is Mercedes really crazy enough to stick 800 horsepower under the hood of a sedan?
After the release of the 680 horsepower Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, a car that seems to be the most action packed Jack-of-all-trades in the industry given its capacity to be a comfortable executive class limousine, Nurburgring monster, and polite fuel sipper, it’s a bit odd to treat the prospect of a hybrid Mercedes-AMG GT sedan with such shock and awe. As competition heats up and emissions restrictions get more strict, the four-door hybrid supercar will become the new high class norm.
AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output
That’s why nobody was too shocked when Mercedes took the wraps off of the AMG GT Concept at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, though awe was definitely included in the list of reactions given the car’s show-stopping looks, a boon to any Panamera customer holding out for something with a more pleasant rear end. However, AMG boss Tobias Moers’ latest comments to Automotive News seem to confirm that the Merc won’t rely on looks alone to go after Porsche. That’s because Moers has taken the next step and confirmed production of a hybrid version of the AMG GT Concept, a car that is already slated for a dealership appearance by 2019. When asked about the possibility of the hybrid, Moers replied with enthusiasm.
He said, “Yeah, why not? Because we are not able to change the future. We have to adapt to these new requirements and regulations, and we have to move forward and find new innovative solutions.” Weeks ago Moers went on record to say that Mercedes-AMG would do its part to preserve the twin-turbo V8 engine by using hybrid technology, allowing drivers the pleasure of a sonorous exhaust note, eight-pot bragging rights, and compliance with fuel economy regulations when using the AMG as a commuter. Given that the four-door AMG GT will share bones with the E-Class Mercedes, it’s not too far-fetched to expect the same 600 horsepower engine from the AMG E63 S to reside under the fastest AMG GT sedan variant.
AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output
AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output
With electric motors juiced up using plug-in hybrid hardware, power could skyrocket as high as the 800 horse mark, far outstripping Porsche’s equivalent. The interior will get a few E-Class bits and bobs as well but Mercedes will task its interior decorators with adding a bit of performance flair to the four-door supercar. For now, let’s save any fighting words for the track.
AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output
AMG Boss Confirms Hybrid AMG GT Sedan With Supercar Power Output
 source: carbuzz.com

Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit

Techart has spruced up the Porsche Panamera sedan into a lean and mean machine.
Following its work on the Porsche 911 Cabriolet, German tuner Techart has turned its attention to the Panamera. While the luxury sedan recently got a speed boost with the 680-horsepower Turbo S E Hybrid, its modest looks disguised its savage power. Called the GrandGT, Techart has spruced up the sedan with a bodykit that gives it a more aggressive aesthetic, yet it’s surprisingly subtle for Techart’s standards. Dominating the front is a distinctive front apron with an integrated splitter and larger air intakes that optimize the airflow.
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
The bumper also now houses the radar sensors of the adaptive cruise control.
The weight of the Panemara has been reduced too, thanks to the GrandGT’s lightweight carbon fiber hood with a powerdome running down the middle, while side skirts and more prominent wheel arches give it a sportier appearance – it’s leaner, but also meaner. Completing the exterior modifications is a larger rear diffuser with carbon fiber accents and a fixed rear spoiler. Techart also says the width of the Panemara has been increased by 50 mm at the front and 80 mm at the rear, and also features a set of 22-inch wheels with 285/30 tires at the front and 335/25 tires at the rear which increase the contact patch.
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Customers can tailor the interior to their personal preference, using a combination of leather and alcantara, lacquered, and carbon materials. The example shown in the accompanying press photos show the interior decorated with orange accents that match the brake calipers. Techart promises extensive customization options for the GrandGT – even the paddle shifters can be trimmed in leather or alcantara. It also features a new Type-7 sport steering wheel that’s smaller than the stock wheel with a diameter of 360 mm. Techart will apply the GrandGT bodykit to the entire Panamera range, from the base model right up to the Turbo S E-Hybrid.
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
Techart Pimps Up The Porsche Panamera With GrandGT Bodykit
via carbuzz.com

These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes

Ferrari would never build anything like this.
Spanish automotive artists Silmane Toubal might be getting a call from Maranello in the next few days after penning these awesome future Ferrari concepts. Taking inspiration from classic Prancing Horses of yesteryear, his Ferrari 250 design comes in an array of flavors: the California hardtop, Malibu spider, and the Daytona track weapon. His vision takes a “Neo Retro Design” approach with the bulk of his inspiration drawn from Ferraris of the 1960s. Interestingly, Ferrari is a carmaker that rarely looks back when creating cars of tomorrow.
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
The Italian marque celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. Now would be the perfect time to unleash a car that harks back to models of old. The closest it has come is with the 70th anniversary editions, but these are nothing more than unique paint jobs. These concepts are still strikingly avant garde, but with a few retro touches, such as the wheels and chrome grille, the overall package is something we’ve never before seen on a Ferrari. And despite how good these look, we will never see in any future Ferrari. We congratulate Silmane for at least exploring the idea.
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
These Retro Ferrari Concepts Are A Feast For The Eyes
 source: http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2017/4/18/These-Retro-Ferrari-Concepts-Are-A-Feast-For-The-Eyes-7738784/

Meet The Latest Addition To Italy’s Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan

The perfect tool to catch criminals at 200 mph.
There are some countries where police supercars don’t look conspicuous. One of those countries happens to be Italy. Take its latest addition to the Italian Highway Patrol, for example: these guys don’t chase down criminals in a Ford Crown Victoria, but a Lamborghini Huracan. The automaker recently delivered its second Huracan exotic to the police force in Rome, where it will be used for highway patrol service and medical transport. All the equipment you would expect to find in a standard police car is present.
Meet The Latest Addition To Italy's Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan
Lamborghini added a computer with a tablet for the passenger, a gun holster, video recording equipment, a police radio and a siren, obviously. It will also be used for medical transport, which is why it’s been fitted with a luggage compartment equipped with a refrigeration system to transport organs as well as a defibrillator. “The Highway Patrol is constantly engaged in meeting the need for medical assistance. In 2016, there were 176 requests for assistance from all over Italy, requiring involvement from 462 police patrols,” Lamborghini says. “120 patrols provided assistance to persons afflicted with special medical conditions.”
Meet The Latest Addition To Italy's Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan
Furthermore, “111 and 74 transported organs and plasma/blood, respectively, 117 carried serums/vaccines and medications, and 40 teams were employed for other associated purposes.” This isn’t the first time a Lamborghini has been added to Italy’s Highway Patrol. A couple of Gallardos joined the force a few years ago, and another Huracan was handed to them by Lamborghini in 2015. To mark the delivery, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali handed the keys to Interior Minister Marco Minniti in a special ceremony. With 610-horsepower and 412 lb-ft of torque, the Huracan will chase down criminals at speeds over 200 mph. Good luck outrunning it if you catch one tailing you.
Meet The Latest Addition To Italy's Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan
Meet The Latest Addition To Italy's Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan
Meet The Latest Addition To Italy's Police Force: A Lamborghini Huracan

This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples

Meet Italdesign’s new Audi R8 V10 Plus rival with a body made entirely from carbon fiber.
After teasing us relentlessly, legendary design house Italdesign has finally revealed the first images and details of its mystery Geneva-bound production supercar, which will be sold under its new Italdesign Automobili Speciali brand focusing on limited production cars. Intended for “collectors and visionary enthusiasts,” only five examples of the company’s first ultra-limited series car will be built by the end of this year, with bodywork made entirely from carbon fiber. It still doesn’t have a name, though.
This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples
The all-carbon fiber body is attached to a modular chassis made from aluminum and, you guessed it, more carbon fiber to make it extremely lightweight. Italdesign’s savage supercar will be powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine most likely lifted from the Audi R8 V10 Plus and Lamborghini Huracan, since Italdesign is owned by Volkswagen. Power output hasn’t been revealed yet, but it’s likely to match the 610 horsepower of the R8 and Huracan. What we do know, however, is that it will sprint from 0-62 mph in 3.2 and reach a top speed in excess of 205 mph – much like the Audi R8 V10 Plus, coincidentally.
Italdesign promises its new supercar will have “racing car performance with type approval” to make it road-legal. Its unconventional design is unquestionably the work of the same company that gave us the BMW M1. Along with its carbon-fiber body, defining the aggressive exterior is a prominent front splitter, side-mounted fins, and a rear dominated by a racing-style rear spoiler and a large diffuser to make it as light and aerodynamic as possible. “The exterior is characterised by the two sides of the same medal,” said Filippo Perini, Head of InnovationDesign.“Above the tornado line, outlines are distinctly softer and smoother in keeping with the Italian Gran Turismo tradition.”
This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples
The lower part is modelled from aerodynamics. To achieve the performances we had in mind, we had to dare beyond all limits from styling and even purely technical points of view. The outcome ensures extremely high impact without ever being design for design’s sake”. Italdesign’s road-legal supercar will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show next month, before starting its limited production run towards the end of the year. You’ll have to be privileged to own one – not only is it limited to five models, it’s also wallet-crushingly expensive at $1.6 million. And that’s just the starting price, since customers will be able to extensively customize the limited supercar with additional performance packages.
This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples
This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples
This Is The Italdesign Savage Supercar: Limited To Five Examples

Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP

Would you be brave enough to tame a 809-hp Porsche 911 Turbo? Us neither.
For most people, the potent power extracted from the 540-horsepower Porsche 911 Turbo is more than ample, should you be brave enough to push it hard. Renowned German tuning company Gemballa wholeheartedly disagrees, however. Called the ‘Avalanche’ in a nod to the 1984 original 395-hp Porsche 930 Turbo bearing the same name, Gemballa’s take on the 911 Turbo produces no less than 809 horsepower and more torque than you’ll ever need at 709 lb-ft. Those are some scary statistics.
Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP
“The Gemballa Avalanche is an indefinable creation of engine sounds, power and acceleration to blast you across the horizon,” the tuning company explains, though it hasn’t disclosed any other performance figures such as its 0-60 mph time or top speed. No doubt we’ll find out at Geneva next month, where the Avalanche will be first shown. For reference, a standard Porsche 911 Turbo will hit 0-60 mph in around three seconds. Such earth-shattering power is married to aggressive, and decidedly purple, styling, as the Avalanche has been fitted with a new hood complete with a bulging hood scoop, which doesn’t make much sense in a rear-engine car, but nevermind.
Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP
It’s also been fitted with a new custom front bumper, wheels, exhaust systen and a comically large rear wing for added downforce, as shown in the initial renders. It may not be very elegant, but it means business. Essentially, it’s a Porsche 911 Turbo on some very strong steroids. We admire its insanity, but we’re not sure if we would be brave enough to tame it. The Avalanche will also be joined by what we presume is another power-crazed monster called the Gemballa GTR 780 EVO-R, which we’ve yet to see. Both cars will apparently “set new standards in performance and style,” and “break some records.” Call us intrigued – roll on Geneva.
Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP
Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP
Meet The Gemballa Avalanche: A Potent Porsche 911 Turbo With 809-HP

G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S

When a BMW tuner commits treason and works on a Mercedes, you know things are going to get interesting.
If stereotypes are your thing, then you likely subscribe to the notion that BMW is the brand for the logic-oriented office worker with a steady job while Mercedes-Benz is a bit more decadent, reserving its wares for the lawyers and real estate brokers who earn their small fortunes making nerve wracking deals and not ascending in pay grade with consistent work. However, the outliers within the BMW camp have always been able to find refuge with G-Power.
G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S
Throughout the years the German tuning company has prided itself on supplying your everyday 3 Series sedans and X5 SUVs with ridiculous sums of power, more than enough to corrupt Gandhi and Mother Teresa. However, it took a peep into the Mercedes lineup and just couldn’t resist wrapping its fingers on the AMG GT and GT S because the tuner has just released the Bi-Tronik 5 power module, a software tune that increases power on the German sports car to 610 horsepower, more than the 577 ponies that inhibit even the top tier AMG GT R. The standard AMG GT has 462 horsepower while the GT S pumps out a healthy 503 horsepower, so in either case the upgrade is substantial, enabling a 0-60 mph acceleration run in 3.6 seconds.
This time is actually slower than what Car and Driver was able to pull off in a GT S, but that may be due to the fact that the launch control has a hard time coping with the extra grunt. To save the engine from the side effects of the electronic steroid injection, the software is programed to keep power at stock levels until optimal engine oil temp is reached and to shut off the power valve when water temperature exceeds a preset maximum limit. To complete the package, G-Power adds a set of Hurricane RR wheels, which are lighter than the stock set, reduce unsprung mass, and are available in a variety of colors. If money isn’t an object and you have a belated Christmas gift to buy for an AMG GT owner in your life, look no further.
G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S
G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S
G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S
G-Power Beats AMG To Black Series GT With 610-HP Mercedes-AMG GT S

10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016

Some we’ll be happy to see go, others we will miss.
2016 is drawing to a close, and the end of the year will bring with it the end of several cars that we have come to know and sometimes love. Some of these models have been replaced or renamed, others were simply disasters that were not destined to live on. We did a similar list a few months ago, so if you don’t see a specific model here, like the Dodge Viper, it’s probably there. We were especially sad when we heard that the Viper would be killed off, but there are plenty of cars that we are happy to hear will not be around in 2017.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
The BMW Z4 is definitely not one of them. The Z4 was BMW’s only two-seat sports car, but production has ended to make way for the upcoming Z5 which is being co-developed with Toyota. This new car should be a big improvement over the aging Z4. The Aston Martin DB9 is another model that we are sad to see go. However, we can console ourselves with its replacement, the DB11. It’s a major improvement over its predecessor, which has been around for 13 years. The final nine DB9 models were all given bespoke touches by the Q Division to make them even more special.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
The Cadillac ELR was a colossal failure. The car was basically a gussied up Chevy Volt that cost $75,000. Only 1,024 were sold in all of 2015, and Cadillac quietly announced earlier this year that it would discontinue its odd EV. Another American luxury brand killing off one of its models is Lincoln, with the MKS due to die. The MKS is nothing more than a re-badged Ford Taurus. Surprisingly, the Taurus will survive to 2017 but the MKS will not. The car has already been replaced by the vastly superior Continental. Lincoln has already rolled out a Matthew McConaughey commercial for the luxury sedan and there will no doubt be many more to come.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
Rolls-Royce will be ending production of the Phantom VII (the current generation) after 2016. The Phantom will return in 2018, but the Coupe and Drophead models will not make it to the next generation. We assume that the Wraith and Dawn have taken over the same space that the Phantom Coupe and Drophead once filled. Since Toyota completely killed off the Scion brand it is obvious that the TC will not be available in 2017. However, some models like the FR-S and iM will live on as Toyota-badged models. Unfortunately, the TC won’t enjoy a similar fate, so we’ll be waving goodbye after the 2016 model year.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
Both the Chrysler Town And Country and Dodge Grand Caravan have been living on borrowed time. The Town and Country will be replaced by the new and much prettier Pacifica, while the Grand Caravan will go silently into the night with no apparent replacement. The Jeep Compass and Patriot are also two FCA models that will both change in 2017. The Compass has received a full redesign which finally makes it look like an SUV we’d be happy to recommend. The Patriot, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to have a replacement in the works and will be killed off after 2016.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016
The last two cars on the list come as a pair, the Hyundai Genesis and Equus. Both of these cars will technically live on under the new Genesis brand as the G80 and G90, respectively. Some people are still unaware that Hyundai has created a new luxury brand because it made the strange decision to name it after an existing model in its lineup. We don’t know why the automaker couldn’t come up with another clever name, but we doubt that many people will stop calling both cars Hyundais in 2017.
10 Cars We Will Say Goodbye To After 2016

Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars

The company wants an SUV, but we can’t understand why!
Lamborghini has been making us so angry recently. The company has been on a roll creating concept cars that are absolutely drool-worthy, then going on to build tacky, one-off hypercars that no one can afford. When you boil it down, Lamborghini only makes two models, the Huracan and the Aventador. Even Italian rival Ferrari has four distinct models, the California T, 488 GTB, GTC4 Lusso, and F12. Yet Lamborghini seems more concerned with creating a Touareg-based SUV to steal sales from other VW brands than competing with its greatest rival.
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
We know that SUV sales are sky-high right now, but that doesn’t mean Lamborghini needs to compete in this space. The VW group already has the Touareg, Cayenne, and Bentayga to cater to SUV buyers. Lamborghini should be concerned with building sports cars. You might be yourself, or know someone who’s a “fair weather” car enthusiast. This is the type of person who knows that Lamborghini builds cars like the Aventador, but may not know some of the company’s more obscure cars. Everyone remembers the V12 flagships, but Lamborghini also built cars like the Espada, Islero, Jarama and Urraco. All of these cars are 2+2 grand tourers.
The last four-seat Lamborghini that you could buy was the LM002, which was an extremely limited edition truck. Aside from this strange, Italian military vehicle, the last Lamborghini GT car was the Urraco way back in 1979. You may recall the Urraco on Top Gear when James May piloted one on a cheap supercar road trip. The Urraco was pretty unique because it was mid-engined, but still had room in the cabin for rear seats. We think it’s time for Lamborghini to dive into its history of stunning GT cars to get back into the segment. Thanks to its VW ownership, the company has a wide array of platforms on which to base this new car, like the new Panamera’s Modular Standard Drivetrain (MSD) platform.
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
We have already seen that Lamborghini knowns exactly what we’re looking for in the style department. Back in 2008, the company showed off the Estoque Concept, which is still one of our favorite four-door cars of all time. The car was meant to be the company’s first sedan, and packed the 5.2-liter engine from the Gallardo up front. Right now, we don’t think that a sedan really makes sense for Lamborghini, but we would love to see something that looks like the Estoque with two doors. Luckily, in 2014, Lamborghini wowed us with another concept called the Asterion. We were almost positive that this one would enter production.
The Asterion gave us everything that we wanted from Lamborghini. Naturally-aspirated V10 engine, check. Front-engine, grand touring design, check. 910-hp hybrid drivetrain, check. Scheduled for production… damn, we were so close. We think that the Asterion would have been a perfect competitor to the Ferrari F12 as well as a perfect flagship for Lamborghini. We understand that an SUV will cater to more buyers, but doesn’t that defeat the point of the Lamborghini brand? Part of what makes Bugatti cars special is that almost no one can afford them. If Bugatti suddenly came out with a $25,000 hatchback, it would dilute the brand. Porsche has already mastered the SUV, so let Lamborghini keep its dignity.
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Since the Asterion was also cancelled, we will take the opportunity to come up with our dream Lamborghini GT car. We would love to see the company bring back one of its historic names like Espada, Islero, or Jarama. We think that a two-door, four-seat grand tourer is just what Lamborghini needs. Unlike an SUV, this model wouldn’t really cannibalize other Volkswagen brands. The only other two-door GT car is the Bentley Continental GT, but our Lamborghini would be tuned more for sportiness and be based on a lighter platform. Our dream engine would be the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V12 with around 750 hp, but we would easily settle for the Huracan’s 5.2-liter V10 with around 650 hp.
Our car would be a direct competitor to the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso with a rear liftback design, although the Lambo would be more coupe-like, not a shooting brake. There could also be a lower model with the Panamera’s new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. This car could even come as a convertible to rival the California T. Please Lamborghini, once you are done working on the Urus, put your efforts towards building something like this. Go back to your roots, and stop teasing us with gorgeous GT cars that you never end up building.
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars
Lamborghini, Stop Messing Around And Revive Your Amazing GT Cars