Aston Martin provided the first details on the track-only version of its upcoming Valkyrie hypercar. We learned that the track version will have more power, less weight and a heck of a lot more downforce. It will also rival F1 and LMP1 cars in track performance.
General Motors may have accidentally revealed a new electric SUV in the works. The company recently held an investor conference where not only an SUV was shown but details on a next-generation electric car platform were also divulged.
Fresh from its recent debut, Apollo’s Intensa Emozione has now hit the track. Apollo wasn’t pushing the car to the limits. In fact, the revs were kept below 4,000 rpm. Nevertheless, the car already sounds like a beast.
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