🏎️ Miata - ALL ELECTRIC Version Concept Teased
PLUS: Inside Lamborghini's customization studio, Mansory 911 Turbo S, and MORE
It seems almost everything is getting electrified? The Corvette, Ferrari’s, Lamborghinis, and F1 cars. Now the Miata’s electric version has been teased. On the one hand, it’s going to make the car much faster and powerful. On the other hand, it may lose its tuning capabilities and soul. Ultimately it will come down to how it handles.
Can an electric Miata still be a great track car?
As a follow-up to last issue’s poll, we saw that 70.3% of readers see the Ferrari F430 becoming a future classic. That’s great news as prices have seemed to stabilize, so now is the time to buy!
Electric Excitement: Mazda Teases Next-Generation MX-5 with the Possibility of Going Electric
Mazda has provided a teaser of its next-generation MX-5, sparking speculation that the iconic roadster could go electric. The teaser image shows a concept car with rear light signatures similar to Mazda's Vision Study Model, which debuted last year. The Vision Study Model is believed to be an electric vehicle due to its lack of exhaust pipes and low bonnet line. While the teaser does not confirm an electric MX-5, Mazda's plans to transition to electrification make an electric version of the popular roadster plausible. The next-generation MX-5, known as the NE version, is expected to launch in the mid-2020s, aligning with Mazda's timeline for electrification. However, the current ND model still has plenty of life left and will receive updates to its chassis and technology starting in 2024. The MX-5 is currently unrivaled in the small-roadster market and has a strong following. As other brands introduce larger and more expensive roadsters, Mazda's electrification strategy could help it maintain its dominance in the segment.
Tuned Porsche 911 Turbo S Blows Away Competition with Astonishing Power and Unbelievable Speed!
The tuned Porsche 911 Turbo S by Mansory has made modern supercars look underpowered and slow. This latest project from Mansory features several add-ons on the outside that enhance its appeal and a healthy power boost for even quicker off-the-line sprints. The Porsche 911 Turbo S features Mansory's soft kit, including a new carbon fiber front hood, bumper add-ons, side skirt attachments, and rear fender air vent surrounds. Other aftermarket components include new side mirror casings, a large wing at the back, rear bumper add-ons, and a new aggressive-styled diffuser. The car also has a quad exhaust setup and rides on new 21-inch front and 22-inch rear alloys. Inside, the dominating hue is blue, which decorates the seats and door cards. In terms of performance, the tuned Porsche 911 Turbo S boasts 900 horsepower and 1,050 Nm of torque, allowing it to reach 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds. The top speed has also increased to 211 mph. While there is no word on the car being available for sale, the stock version of the Porsche 911 Turbo S starts from $230,400 before destination in the United States.
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The Ferrari Purosangue is almost here! A V12 SUV that isn’t a Bentley?? Now that is something. I’m torn on the looks, but I bet it is a blast to drive.
"Discover the Forgotten Legend: The Sunbeam Tiger, the British Shelby Cobra That Could Have Been!"
Have you heard of the Sunbeam Tiger? It's a British sports car that could have been the equivalent of the legendary Shelby Cobra. Built by the Rootes Group from 1964 to 1967, the Tiger was a V8-powered, two-door, two-seater coupe just like the Cobra. In fact, early prototypes of the Tiger were developed by none other than Carroll Shelby himself. While the Tiger may not be as well-known as the Cobra, it shouldn't be overlooked. It was a powerful and enjoyable alternative for those looking for a sports car with some British charm. Unlike the stripped-down and focused Cobra, the Tiger was designed with daily driving in mind. It had amenities like a wood steering wheel, wood trim on the dash, a radio, and a telescopic steering wheel. The Tiger also had its fair share of racing pedigree. It won first place in events such as the Geneva Rally, Monte Carlo Rally, and Scottish Rally in 1965. In the US, the Tiger Mark II held the American Hot Rod Association national record within its class for two years. While the Tiger may be rarer to find nowadays, it's definitely worth considering for classic car enthusiasts. And with a price tag starting at $90,000, it's more affordable than a brand-new Shelby Cobra. So if you're in the market for a British sports car with American muscle, don't overlook the Sunbeam Tiger.
Step Inside Lamborghini's Spectacularly Renovated Ad Personam Studio for a Dream Car Configuration Experience!
Lamborghini's renovated Ad Personam Studio offers customers the ultimate car configuration experience. The studio, located at Lamborghini's headquarters in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy, has doubled in size and now provides an immersive and tactile experience for creating your dream Lamborghini. The renovated studio combines physical materials and multimedia tools to create a "phygital" experience, allowing customers to fully engage with their car design process. Customers begin their experience by meeting with a Lamborghini dealer in their area before being invited to the studio in Sant'Agata Bolognese. Here, they can touch and smell various upholsteries, listen to engine sounds, and view multimedia materials on a powerwall. The studio showcases all available options for the Lamborghini range in one place, with a revolving platform that provides a clear view of the vehicle's details. Customers can choose everything from paint colors to logo finishes, creating a truly personalized and unique car. In addition to the renovated studio in Sant'Agata Bolognese, customers can also configure their cars at Ad Personam spaces in New York and Tokyo. For those who can't visit a physical studio, there is the option of the Ad Personam Virtual Studio. Lamborghini's Ad Personam program has been highly successful, with close to 100% of Revuelto models and around 80% of Huracan and Urus models being built with at least one personalized element. The renovation of the Ad Personam Studio reinforces Lamborghini's commitment to providing an exceptional and exclusive car customization experience for its customers.
Every issue we look to bring you the best car spots that we find across the world. We’re talking about the 1 of 1 rare exotics and cars that you might be lucky to see once in a lifetime.
This Lambo's color can not be ignored. The #italian beauty was begging my camera for a few clicks. Photo Credits: HJ Pizarro @Lamborghini#SportsCar#NotAFerrari#CarShow#HJPizarro#CarSpotting
— HJ Pizarro (@hjPizarroWriter)
Oct 14, 2023
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