We know that when Bugatti does something, the do it right. And that is exactly the case when it comes to the much anticipated successor to the enigmatic Veyron.
There is no official confirmed date yet for the (yet to be named) Veyron successor, but reports are stating that we can expect to witness the magic in 2016. The automaker has not released a lot of information about the car, but slowly there are trickling more more and more details – and this latest bout of details has got us properly frothing.
According to a report by Autocar, the Veyron’s successor will house the same – albeit updated – engine as the Veyron. and to refresh your memory, that is a 8.0 liter, W16 engine. Some sources also claim that the Veyron’s successor will incorpated hybrid technology, something the existing Veyron lacks, of course. (more…)
It’s not everyday that you get to see some of the world’s most powerful super cars take on the challenge of surpassing the 300km/h mark. But, today is one of those days that you do.
At the Quicksilver Exhaust Vmax 200 event, a lot of powerful cars attempted to make it to 300km/h down a runway. (more…)
If you are a Ferrari fan, you would be upset if you didn’t attend this event!
South Africa’s biggest supercar event was recently held at Kyalami Grand Prix circuit in Jozi.
It is called the SEFAC (or Southern Equatorial Ferrari Automobile Club) Ferrari Day and it’s held annually – surely good news in case you missed this year’s event. (more…)
If you like the sound a supercar makes just as much as the actual car, then this video is for you!
Posted by Supercars of London, this video compilation features several different super cars and their unique sounds. A proper show reel of performance and sound and something that will definitely get your engines roaring!
So, do you have a favourite supercar AND a favourite super sound?
Inspired by supercars, Hyundai may introduce a Sonata Turbo at the SEMA Motor Show. Although the company hasn’t revealed detailed specifications, they have hinted that the design of the car is actually inspired from Ferrari, Mercedes and Porsche.
Come November 2011, and Toyota will be ready with its FT-86. The production version of the car is said to be almost 50 per cent complete. Though not many details have been revealed, it is being speculated that the car would be attached with a price tag of 2.5 million yen ($28,610 / €22,000).
If you would remember, the Toyota FT-86 was earlier been in the news for having been delayed till 2013. However, the latest reports that suggest a November 2011 launch have brought more discussions on the new Toyota offering.
What we get to know is that the new Toyota FT-86 would be based on a design similar to the concept that had been shown to us earlier. Though there might be minor modifications, the overall shape and design are said to be more or less the same. The concept was shown at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show.
The concept car had been showcased then with a Subaru 2.0-liter Boxer engine, six-speed manual transmission, ADVICS brakes, and rear-wheel drive. Get set for the latest Toyota offering soon. By the way, what do you think about the pricing?