Lamborghini has released the first details on its Aventador successor, a car code-named the LB744. It’s coming soon with a newly developed V-12 engine, a new 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, a trio of electric motors, and a peak output of 1,000 hp.
Fisker is close to starting deliveries of its Ocean crossover, after which the California company will launch a smaller crossover code-named the Pear. Fisker has released more details on the Pear, including two revealing teaser shots.
It’s hard to believe but the Bugatti Veyron is now almost two decades old. The original hypercar started deliveries in 2005, making it old enough to be eligible for Bugatti’s La Maison Pur Sang restoration program.
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Lamborghini Aventador successor packs V-12, 3 electric motors, and 1,000 hp
Fisker Pear teased, prototypes ready for testing
Bugatti reveals first customer Veyrons to undergo official restoration program
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Lamborghini Huracán successor due late 2024
Lordstown stalls on Endurance electric truck
Tesla lowers Model S and Model X prices, again
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EU delays vote on ban of gas car sales after Germany objects
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