Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Supercars

Jaguar C-X75 - Unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, the 778 hp Jaguar C-X75 was powered by four electric motors whose batteries were recharged by a pair of diesel-fueled turbine engines. Jaguar was serious about building a limited number, and for a time it seemed likely to happen. The business case wasn’t there and Jaguar ditched the project entirely.
Lamborghini Huracan - Lamborghini has unveiled a supercar that can reach a top speed of 202 mph. The aptly named "Huracan"—Spanish for "Hurricane"—is Lamborghini's latest replacement for the company's iconic Gallardo. While there is no price published yet, the Huracan is expected to start at more than $250,000.
BMW i8 Spyder Green - Next spring will see the arrival of the 2015 BMW i8, the i8 Spyder will follow in late 2015. BMW revealed the carmaker has now officially approved production of the drop-top plug-in hybrid sports car.
Ferrari LaFerrari - is not a car you’re going to see every day. Each of the 499 scheduled for production have already found a home.
Bugatti Veyron - As Bugatti winds down Veyron production for good, it launched the Legend series of uniquely modified Gran Sport Vitesse models specifically for collectors.