Levante SUV by Maserati

maserattiMaserati chief Harald Wester told us in 2014 that the Alfieri would debut in 2016 as a coupe and one year later as a roadster. Not so anymore. Maserati still aims to sell 75,000 units a year, but getting there may take a bit longer than expected.

The company has been focusing on getting the  right first, to shore up volumes and cream off the juicy profit margins associated with big luxo-4x4s. But the flipside is the sports cars have been delayed.

The Alfieri has now been pushed back to 2018 (coupe) and 2019 (spider). It retains the design of the show car wherever possible, it is exclusively rear-wheel drive, and it can be ordered with the turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 rated at 410 or 520bhp respectively.


New Lamborghini Huracan

2015-03-03_Geneva_Motor_Show_4145Substantially reengineered, a brand new rear-wheel-drive Lamborghini Huracan made its debut at the la Motor Show.

The model, which is badged LP580-2, continues purchase in 2016 featuring an identical 5.2 litre V10 to the AWD brother or sister however with slightly less energy. Creating 571bhp (lower from 602bhp) it’s however lighter, its dry weight of 1389kg representing a 33kg reduction in comparison towards the LP 610-4. It nonetheless requires a fifth of the second longer to achieve 62mph from relaxation – Lamborghini is declaring 3.4 seconds with this – and maxes out at 199mph. More about Lamorghini Huracan: awesomecars.org Continue reading

McLaren 650S

McLaren 650SPerhaps, the McLaren 650S is vehicle the 12C should happen to be. And even when that’s as being a touch harsh around the mostly excellent 12C, in a few respects there might be little question the 650S may be the vehicle McLaren might have built initially, been with them given itself more time to achieve this. Continue reading