The 2017 Tokyo Motor Show has come round fast this year, and Mazda seems to have already stolen the show with its Vision Coupe concept. Although the rumors said that Mazda would unveil an RX-9 at this year’s show, they have blown everyone away already with this four door concept which has still stuck true to their Kodo design language.
The first car from the Polestar is The Polestar 1, a hybrid car that can deliver 592bhp from its powertrain. Early impressions are relatively good for the hybrid Grand Tourer Coupe. While there are not a lot of technical details available for the car, one thing that’s interesting from its press release is that it comes with an internal combustion.
The Chinese Qiantu K50 electric sports car is making its way to the Unites States!
Ferrari has unveiled an all new Hybrid Hypercar with a V12 Hybrid engine with 1,035 Horsepower and torque exceeding 664 lb/ft.
Electric vehicles being the standard mode of transportation may be a ways off, but it just got a little bit closer as Elon Musk confirmed recently at the D11 Conference in California that Tesla would launch in the next 3-4 years an EV in the $30,000 to $35,000 price range.
The first Audi R8 e-tron was unveiled as a concept car at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show and has since been tested and tweaked by Audi resulting in ten different versions of the all electric car. Many speculated that the testing would at least result in a limited edition or limited run car but alas Audi has but all speculation to rest by officially confirming that the e-tron will not make it to production.
In a recent press release, Porsche details their all new 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid. According to Porsche, the new 918 Drivers has a unique all wheel drive system with a combustion and electric motor on the
rear axle and a second electric motor on the front axle. Down to the chassis and axles, this 918 was built with racing and motor sport in mind.
So far the LaFerrari debut has turned more heads and made more buzz than any other unveiling so far at the Geneva Motor Show. Ferrari only plans to build around 500 of Enzo successor with an expected price tag of around $1.3 million. Using HY-KERS hybrid technology, the LaFerrari is equipped with a 6.3-liter 789 horsepower V12 engine and a 160-hp electric motor for a combined 949 hp and 663 lb-ft of torque. With its power and carbon fiber chasses, making for a lighter, stiffer ride, the LaFerrari goes from 0 to 62 miles per hour in less than three seconds and reaches a top speed of 205 MPH.
With a little more than a week to go before the Geneva Auto Show, McLaren has released some detailed performance specs and new photos of the new McLaren P1.
This year’s Geneva Motor Show will take place between March 7th and 17th in Geneva, Switzerland. Like always, there will be a number of vehicles making their debuts at the show. One of the debuts we are particularly excited about is the McLaren P1’s. Successor to the British automaker’s F1 supercar, the long-awaited P1 is rumored to have a starting price around $1.2 million. McLaren will likely only make about 500 copies of the car, which they hope will be a direct competitor to Ferrari’s upcoming Enzo replacement. Coincidentally, the F150—as Ferrari’s been calling it—is also scheduled to debut in Geneva.