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2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Last but not least, is the long-anticipated 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray.

The first-ever mid-engine Corvette will sport a naturally aspirated 6.2L Small Block V-8 LT2 engine able to output 495 BHP. If you love Corvettes then you will more than happy to know that a Z06 and ZR1 2021 versions are on the works promising over 800 BHP of tire-burning power!

Precision is our starting line

This all-new mid-engine sports car is so much more than Next Generation – it’s next level. At once precise and powerful, the Corvette Stingray Coupe and Convertible have been completely redesigned from the ground up to deliver a thrill on every drive

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A mid-engine masterpiece

When you completely reimagine a car as iconic as Corvette, you get a beautifully sculpted mid-engine sports car that makes a powerful statement. Not your everyday car, but a car you want to drive every day. And with aerodynamic components integrated throughout, its gorgeous form is functional.

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The convertible has arrived

Corvette has always been convertible-first, and the 2020 Stingray carries on that heritage with a first-ever production retractable hardtop. This no-compromises convertible features a top that flows seamlessly into the body while maintaining the vehicle’s impressive storage capabilities. And performance remains high when the top goes down, making this the most track-capable Corvette convertible in history.

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A true performance hardtop

The two-piece hardtop can activate at speeds up to 30 mph with the power of six electric motors for improved reliability in extreme temperatures. The convertible weighs a mere 77 pounds more than coupe and the top is available in body-color or Carbon Flash.

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SSC Tuatara, $1.67 million

SSC Tuatara, $1.67 million

The American manufacturer Shelby SuperCars (SSC) designed the Tuatara with one goal in mind, to take away from Bugatti the “world’s fastest car” title (once again). If what you are looking for is pure adrenaline then Tuatara’s 5.9-liter twin-turbo V8 claimed to reach 278 mph top speed is what you need.

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We first set eyes on the SSC Tuatara’s wildly futuristic design eight years ago, but it still looks like a spaceship. If anything, it fits into the design lexicon of 2019 hypercar far better than it did in 2011 (especially when fitted with the optional track pack). But the design isn’t focused purely on visual impact—its form has been honed by Jason Castriota (Maserati Birdcage Concept, Ferrari 599, and the one off that started it all…the Ferrari P4/5), and is driven by the unwavering demands of aerodynamics at high speed.

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The Tuatara is powered by a bespoke flat-plane crank 5.9-liter twin-turbo V8 developed by Nelsen Racing that redlines at 8,800rpm. It delivers 1,332hp on ‘regular pump gas’ or an eye-watering 1,726hp on E85 (barrels of which have come to Monticello to give us the full experience today). Transferring this power to the rear wheels (yes, only the rears) is the work of a bespoke seven-speed automated manual ’box, developed by CIMA in Italy and capable of delivering a flat shift in less than 50 milliseconds.

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SSC claims a 0-100kph time sub-2.5sec, a quarter-mile in under 9.75sec, and a top speed of…well, we’ll have to wait and see. The Penske active suspension has three settings: Normal, Sport, and Track. Transferring fire and fury to the road surface are Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tiress, 245/35 on the front and a worried-looking 345/30 on the rear.

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The track is quickly swamped with a squadron of Miatas, so Jerod and I head out onto the highway to see how the SSC fares in the real world. You’re conscious that excessive power is always available, and any pressure put on the throttle is accompanied by a huge inhalation then a dump of boost pressure, so you end up wafting along, barely troubling the potential under your right foot.

The visibility is narrow, focused, and aggressive, the ride surprisingly is supple thanks to the active Penske suspension, and the ’box shifts smoothly at these lower speeds. Our short trip showcases enough potential to prove owners could happily drive from Manhattan to Monticello if they wanted to.

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The track is quickly swamped with a squadron of Miatas, so Jerod and I head out onto the highway to see how the SSC fares in the real world. You’re conscious that excessive power is always available, and any pressure put on the throttle is accompanied by a huge inhalation then a dump of boost pressure, so you end up wafting along, barely troubling the potential under your right foot.

The visibility is narrow, focused, and aggressive, the ride surprisingly is supple thanks to the active Penske suspension, and the ’box shifts smoothly at these lower speeds. Our short trip showcases enough potential to prove owners could happily drive from Manhattan to Monticello if they wanted to.

SSC Tuatara, $1.67 million

Porsche 918 Spyder, $1 million

Hitting the $1 million mark is the amazing Porsche 918 Spyder.

Featuring an electric motor on each axle this hybrid supercar reaches 62 mph in a mere 2.6 seconds, that alone earned its place on our list for showing how hybrids can beat petrol engines without a sweat. What’s next? An all-electric Porsche supercar to compete against its closest competitor, the Tesla roadster.

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The plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder has already proven itself as Porsche’s most advanced model yet. This supercar has the immense horsepower and torque figures that place it in a category all its own, thanks to its three progressive motors. By blending the power of a gasoline engine with a super-efficient front and rear electric motor, the 918 Spyder leaves even some legendary sports cars in the dust. Strategically crafted for speed and extravagance, the team at Porsche Fremont couldn’t be more excited about this rip-roaring convertible. While the 918 Spyder models are limited in number, we encourage drivers in Fremont and the San Francisco Peninsula to keep an eye on our fantastic Porsche inventory for any new developments!

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Five Hybrid Drive Modes

Drivers can alternate between front-wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive to create a customized ride, but that’s only the beginning. Drivers can also explore adaptive suspension, carbon-ceramic brakes, electromechanical steering, and a multi-functional 7-speed PDK automated manual transmission at the helm. The Spyder will automatically determine the amount and direction of the gas-electric power flow when the driver picks between the five available drive modes: E-Power, Hybrid, Sport Hybrid, Race Hybrid, and Hot Lap. Whether you’re in the mood to cruise around the San Francisco Peninsula or push the 918 Spyder to its limits on the dragstrip, this plug-in hybrid sports car’s versatility offers a driving experience like no other.

One Stunningly Equipped Trim

The two-door Porsche 918 Spyder features a gas-powered 4.6L V8 engine that spits out 608 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque on its own. However, the 918 Spyder’s stellar power doesn’t end there. The engine is paired with a 129-hp front electric motor and a 156-hp rear electric motor, which are fueled by a 6.8-kWh lithium-ion battery. Combining everything under the hood, this compact powerhouse stores a total of 887 hp and 944 lb-ft of torque on tap. That’s enough power to zip from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 2.5 seconds. Inside the cabin, the 918 Spyder features a driver-focused design with carbon-fiber seats, soft leather surfacing, and steering-wheel-mounted drive select knobs.
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Built from Front to Rear for Speed

With an angular silhouette that features a low front-end and muscular rear shoulders, the Porsche 918 Spyder appears to be in motion even at a standstill. Porsche Active Aerodynamic, a system comprised of adaptive aerodynamic features, optimizes downforce and creates a responsive ride in any drive mode. The exterior also features Porsche’s signature expressive automatic LED headlights, as well as 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rear wheels for a brawny appearance and tighter directional stability. The 918 Spyder includes a two-piece removable roof, allowing for open-top cruising whenever the mood strikes you.

Porsche 918 Spyder, $1 million

De Tomaso P72, $846,000

De Tomaso, the Italian supercar manufacturer best known by its Pantera model

Is finally back. Its newer model, the P72, is still under a veil of speculation especially concerning what engine it will use. However, P72’s distinctive exterior and exotic interior earned it a place in this list as one of the most beautiful supercars currently available.

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The De Tomaso P72 is a limited edition revival of the historic performance brand, coming from the same people who created the outrageous V-12-powered Apollo IE. The P72 also earned the approval of Peter Brock, designer of the original De Tomaso-Shelby P70. Here’s your first up-close look.

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It was the beginning of July when the legendary name “De Tomaso” made the headlines thanks to its sinfully beautiful P72 marking the return of the brand just in time for its 60th anniversary. We haven’t heard anything about the curvaceous two-seater since then, but the P70’s spiritual successor is back in the news to reveal what will power it.

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Much like the aforementioned P70, Mangusta, and the iconic Pantera all used Ford engines, the new P72 has a Blue Oval heart. It’s a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 tuned by Roush to develop around 700+ horsepower and a maximum torque of more than 825 Newton-meters (608 pound-feet) transferred to the wheels exclusively through a six-speed manual gearbox developed by De Tomaso. The power figures will be attainable with the engine feeding on 91 octane fuel.

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The P72 has been developed as a grand tourer with an engine that will fully comply with emissions regulations in European markets as well as in the United States. A “symphonic exhaust system” is being promised, but De Tomaso says we’ll have to wait a few more months for videos and audio to actually hear the supercharged V8 sing its tune. Using the Ford Mustang GT’s 5.0-liter supercharged V8 as the basis, it means owners won’t have problems getting replacement components since the engine benefits from a solid after-sales support with lots of parts available.

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De Tomaso P72, $846,000

2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie


2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie

Another vehicle in the “thousand” power club is the 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie.

This beauty is capable of delivering 1,160 BHP, a true hypercar on its own right. Unfortunately, the production of the Valkyrie is limited to 150.

POWER OF THE GODS

An incredibly special car with an equally remarkable name. One that immediately evokes connotations of power and honor, of being chosen by the Gods. Only 150 road cars will be made. Valkyrie is Aston Martin’s first ever hypercar and it leaves nothing in reserve.

TRACK PERFORMANCE ON THE STREETS

Valkyrie comes as close as possible to a Formula One™ car without being restricted to the track. Its technology comes directly from our involvement with Red Bull Racing Advanced Technologies and has all the hallmarks of our crafted luxury.

BEYOND FORMULA

The advanced mid-mounted powertrain takes its cue from F1™. Throttle response of the V12 is honed for a seductive sound; the hybrid tech gives an immediacy of acceleration.

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2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie


2020 Hennessey Venom F5

2020 Hennessey Venom F5

Hennessey is a renowned company in the high-performance automotive industry. That’s why fans’ expectations were high when they announced the Hennessey Venom F5 2020. You can bet that Venom F5’s 1,817 BHP coming out from its 6.6-liter twin-turbo V8 will not disappoint any of them.

Hennessey said that electrification won’t be the future for the Venom F5. In the imminent electrified future, the Texas-based tuner would like to think of themselves as the old school guys who prefer internal combustion engine in making their cars run fast.

While all of that is well and good, probably set in stone, Hennessey continued with the interview by disclosing some important dates for the Venom F5.

The first prototypes of the Venom F5 will be built in June with the great plan of revealing the car to customers in August at the Pebble Beach. After that, the F5 will begin testing high speeds starting from September towards the end of 2019. Last, but definitely not the list, the production-spec Venom F5 will finally be revealed in 2020.

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2020 Tesla Roadster

2020 Tesla Roadster

The quickest car in the world, with record-setting acceleration, range and performance.Tesla’s bet on its 2020 Roadster is pretty high.The company promised an autonomy over 620 miles on a single charge along with a jaw-dropping 0-60 MPH acceleration in less than 2 seconds. The goal? Proving once and for all that all-electric vehicles can beat even supercars.

Designed for Performance and Aero Efficiency

As an all-electric supercar, Roadster maximizes the potential of aerodynamic engineering—with record-setting performance and efficiency.

Interior

The first supercar to set every performance record and still fit seating for four.

Glass Roof

A lightweight, removable Glass Roof stores in the trunk for an open-air, convertible driving experience.

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2020 Toyota Supra

2020 Toyota Supra

First in our list is the amazing 2020 Toyota Supra

You will wonder why there is so much hype around this model. The answer is simple. Toyota showcased what the 3.0-liter BMW-powered 2020 Totota supra is capable of during SEMA 2019 Autoshow. 750 BHP after modifications.

Pure. Performer.
3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged inline-six. Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD). Nearly perfect weight distribution. In other words, this is our best driver’s car, period.
Beautifully Engineered
With its sensuous body, athletic stance and expressive, jewel-like LED headlights, the 2020 GR Supra is a stunning work of art. But it’s the science behind the design that makes this car a true masterpiece.

Only the lucky few will get the opportunity to own the GR Supra Launch Edition. Limited to just 1500 units—and available in Renaissance Red 2.0, Nocturnal black or Absolute Zero white—each of these cars comes standard with red mirror caps, unique matte-black wheels, red seats, carbon-fiber interior trim, and an individually numbered interior badge with Akio Toyoda’s signature

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Top 5 Exotic Cars of 2020

Top 5 Exotic Cars of 2020

There are huge expectations in the world of exotic cars for 2020. And for a good reason. The upcoming launch of “street legal” models with a power exceeding 1000 BHP is something to be excited about!

Here is our ultimate list of Top 5 Exotic Cars of 2020:

1. 2020 Toyota Supra

First in our list is the amazing 2020 Toyota Supra. You will wonder why there is so much hype around this model. The answer is simple. Toyota showcased what the 3.0-liter BMW-powered 2020 Totota supra is capable of during SEMA 2019 Autoshow. 750 BHP after modifications.

2. 2020 Tesla Roadster

Tesla’s bet on its 2020 Roadster is pretty high. The company promised an autonomy over 620 miles on a single charge along with a jaw-dropping 0-60 MPH acceleration in less than 2 seconds. The goal? Proving once and for all that all-electric vehicles can beat even supercars.

3. 2020 Hennessey Venom F5

Hennessey is a renowned company in the high-performance automotive industry. That’s why fans’ expectations were high when they announced the Hennessey Venom F5 2020. You can bet that Venom F5’s 1,817 BHP coming out from its 6.6-liter twin-turbo V8 will not disappoint any of them.

4. 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie

Another vehicle in the “thousand” power club is the 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie. This beauty is capable of delivering 1,160 BHP, a true hypercar on its own right. Unfortunately, the production of the Valkyrie is limited to 150.

5. 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

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Last but not least, is the long-anticipated 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The first-ever mid-engine Corvette will sport a naturally aspirated 6.2L Small Block V-8 LT2 engine able to output 495 BHP. If you love Corvettes then you will more than happy to know that a Z06 and ZR1 2021 versions are on the works promising over 800 BHP of tire-burning power!

Top 5 Exotic Cars of 2020