Ferrari FXX K at Daytona International Speedway, 2016 Finali MondialiEnlarge Photo
Despite being a brand focused on driving, Porsche isn’t backing away from self-driving technology. The sports car marque has a new technology called InnoDrive which relies on various data inputs including GPS to determine the ideal speed for corners.
Ferrari looks to be readying the Evolution Package for its FXX K track car. A video has surfaced showing an FXX K prototype sporting a few modifications. A debut at Ferrari’s 2017 Finali Mondial in October is a strong possibility.
Over the past couple of years, Bentley has been gauging whether to add a second SUV or a new sports car as its fifth model line. Bentley boss Wolfgang Dürheimer has now indicated that the sports car has won out. Interestingly, Dürheimer has also said that electricity is the way to go for the powertrain.
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