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Lamborghini used its presence in this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show as an opportunity to showcase its latest model, the Sián FKP 37, and honor the recent passing of Ferdinand Piëch, the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche and the chairman of the Volkswagen Group from 1993 to 2002. Piëch was 82 when he died this August. The ‘FKP’ in …

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Aston Martin‘s new hypercar, codenamed AM-RB-003, now has an official moniker: Valhalla. After the Valkyrie, the Valhalla is the British brand’s second car to be named after Norse mythology. The Valhalla will follow the Valkyrie‘s lightweight construction methods and radical aerodynamics, which basically means lots of high-strength carbon fiber will …

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Ferrari has embraced the electrification of its vehicles wholeheartedly. Following the limited production of the LaFerrari–of which only 499 were ever produced, 709 if you include the open-top LaFerrari Aperta–which paired the classic V12 engine with an electric motor that was powered by the car’s kinetic energy recovery system, the …

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Aston Martin certainly means business with its Valkyrie. A lot is at stake with the car’s performance after all, ever since Christian Horner, Red Bull boss and Aston Martin partner, boastfully claimed that their build could beat the overall record set by Porsche at Nurburgring. And so the British carmaker …

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Aston Martin Valkyrie

Aston Martin is currently busy working on the V12 engine of its upcoming limited-production hybrid hypercar in the Aston Martin Valkyrie. Working alongside longtime technical partner Cosworth, the new V12 engine is “the ultimate expression of the internal combustion engine,” and that’s because its maximum rpm figure reportedly goes up …

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McLaren Speedtail

When McLaren Automotive finally revealed the McLaren Speedtail, the ‘Hyper-GT’ car the British carmaker claims would be its fastest-ever, it had lofty expectations for it, like the capability to exceed the 391 kph peak speed of the iconic McLaren F1 using a petrol-electric hybrid powertrain that produces a combined 1,036 …

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McLaren Speedtail

In March, McLaren Automotive revealed that it was working on its fastest-ever car that has “the capability to exceed the 243mph (391 kph) peak speed of the legendary McLaren F1 road car.” At that time, it only bore the code name BP23. Well, the British carmaker has finally revealed the …

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