At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, top manufacturers display future road cars.
At this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, top manufacturers such as Lotus, Aston Martin, McLaren, and Maserati showcased their brand production automobiles.
The Goodwood First Glance category is brimming with models who have been kept under wraps until the festival begins. With many taking to the famed hillclimb to have their first taste of the road, a peek at the First Glance provides a window into the future of motoring.
Just 48 hours after its world premiere, Lotus’ brand new Emira made its first public appearance at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The automobile made its maiden appearance at the hillclimb on Thursday, only hours after making its premiere in front of Goodwood House.
The Duke of Richmond, who organizes the annual automobile show, also drove the model.
As more manufacturers convert to electric versions, the new Lotus could be one of the last classic internal combustion supercars.
The 3.6-liter supercharged V6 engine can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, but it can cost up to £60,000.
With the unveiling of the MC20, Maserati will also reveal its fresh new supercar at this weekend’s event.
The new car is the brand’s first mid-engine two-seater super sports car, capable of exceeding 200 mph.
The car is Maserati’s first to include a carbon fiber monocoque and an engine adapted from Formula One.
The car can go from zero to sixty miles per hour in under 2.8 seconds, making it one of the event’s highlights.
Lamborghini’s spanking new SCV12 is one of the greatest sounding vehicles at the Festival of Speed.
Exclusive 40 hypercars will be produced by the Italian company, and they will be “track only,” meaning they will not be able to be driven on public roads.
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Since the model was originally shown in 2016, the Valkyrie has had a rocky start.
The car was intended to debut in 2019 and was supposed to be the centerpiece of Aston Martin’s comeback to sportscar racing at the Le Mans 24 Hours before the company withdrew.
However, the model is slated to debut later this year and could be one of the most terrifying road vehicles ever created. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”