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2018 McLaren Senna

2018 McLaren Senna

Remember the P15 codename? Well, here it is, McLaren is presenting us their new hypercar which isn't out to replace the P1 - that's another story, for another time. 

So, what makes it special? In few words, it's an extreme road car, the most extreme car McLaren ever got out and the design sure expresses it. The car is an extension of the 720s' platform an chassis, but with a wider track, huge air intakes and an all-so dramatic rear wing.

Lotus 3-Eleven

Lotus 3-Eleven
You might be deceived by the looks and consider this a concept, but hear this, this is real and it will be built for both track and road legal.
 
It is Lotus' most radical, fastest and most expensive model. Called the 3-Eleven, it's considered an "uncompomised manifestation of the Lotus spirit".
 
 

McLaren 675LT

McLaren 675LTWith a week before one of the most rich in exclusive realeases Auto Show, yes the Geneva Motor Show, supercar brands announce new vehicles like mushrooms after rain.
 
Earlier today we wrote about the Aston Martin Vulcan, but now, it's time for McLaren's track day car, which is called the 675LT. It is based on the 650, but with more muscles. 
 
 

Aston Martin Vulcan

Aston Martin VulcanIt is a 24 limit production track oriented beast and it's nothing Aston Martin did before. After a few teases here and there, with a high revving flamey engine, Aston Martin took the wraps off their Vulcan.
 
As stated, it will be a limited production run model and we have to say, it's a twist that Aston Martin took with it, which might not please all their customers, but we're sure that new customers will be drawn to this.
 
 

McLaren P1 GTR

McLaren P1 GTRIt's been a while since we were teased about a radical P1 and McLaren delivered, it's their track-ready P1 GTR. So let's start with the numbers, power output of 1000HP, which is from the both electrical and combustion engines. Turning it into a track-toy, has widened the front track by 80mm and the car sits lower by 50mm. McLaren states that they reduced the overall weight by 50kg, due to motorsport solutions. 
 
Side windows are made of racing polycarbonate, the glass roof has been replaced by carbon fiber, the same treatment happened to the engine cover.
 

McLaren P1 GTR


"Best driver's car in the world on track", anyone? At least this is what McLaren aims to do with this model. Unveiled as a concept study at Pebble Beach this weekend, the GTR features a tweaked V8 3.8-liter twin-turbo mid-mounted engine and the electric motor and managed to bump output of the hybrid system from 916 PS (674 kW) to 1,000 PS (736 kW).

The car has also been aerodynamic adjusted, with a fixed ride height, front splitter and carbon canards, redesigned skirts and carbon spoiler - with hydraulic DRS.

Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo

Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo
Lamborghini has revealed their GT3 racer, based on their latest model, the Huracan. The model is named Super Trofeo and it's featuring all the details a racer should have, as low front splitter, ventilated front fenders, massive wing, a large diffuser at the back and center mounted exhaust system

We don't know much about the technical aspects, rumors say the car is lighter by 250kg, the power might be increased to 611hp and it's being transfered to the rear wheels only.

Range Rover Sport SVR

Range Rover Sport SVR

A performance SUV, has the world gone mad? It's true, they are available, Porsche does them, BMW as well, not Range Rover has released their model, after a series of teasers, behold the Sport SVR, the most hard core Range Rover ever built.

A supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine is held responsible for the crazyness, which in SVR specification, develops 542 hp with torque also rising to 501 lb-ft. It needs 4.5 seconds to hit 100km.h and it tops out at an electronically limited 260 km/h top speed. 

Fiat 500 Abarth by Road Race

Fiat 500 Abarth by Road Race
You are a car guy and don't really see yourself driving the 500, well, don't worry, guys over Road Race took care of the littte chic Italian hatchback and well, they did an overly manly man version, which I'd put it on my wishlist.

Abarth version is already a scorpion, but Road Race likes to spice things up and further developed the 1.4 turbo engine to 250HP and 338Nm of torque. To assure the power goes to the wheels, they installed a limited-slip differential, they also included a kevlar clutch, reinforced bushings and a different sway-bar.

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