What happens when the Novitec Group gets their hands on a Ferrari 812 Superfast? They transform the front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer into one of the meanest sounding supercars yet. Aesthetically, the tuners widened the rear end by 5.5-inches) and the front by 2.75-inches with a bespoke body kit that includes a revamped carbon fiber front bumper, side skirts, and flared arches. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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Supercar replicas are nothing new, but rarely do they come close to their real-life counterpart. Ilya Strekal may have found the best looking Ferrari 458 Italia replica yet, but the hardest part may have been tracking down an actual owner of one in St. Petersburg and having them agree to do a side-by-side comparison video. How long did it take to build? So far, it has taken the shop over 2-years to get to this point. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Sure, the 1,020-horsepower Tesla Model S Plaid is the quickest vehicle yet from the company, but being able to do 0-60 mph in 1.9-seconds may not be enough when taking on an 1,100-horsepower Palm Beach Dyno Shelby GT500 in the quarter mile. These two vehicles faced off at the two vehicles facing off twice at World Wide Technology Raceway in Madison, Illinois. The results of the two races with rolling starts may surprise you. Read more for the video and a bonus.
Even the newest hypercars would have problems racing a RB7 Red Bull Formula 1 car car at the dragstrip, but what about a heavily modified 1200hp Lamborghini Huracán and 1300HP Nissan GT-R? CarWow wanted to find out, and pitted these vehicles against each other, with F1 driver David Coulthard behind the wheel of the race car. For those who don’t know, the RB7 was driven by Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, winning 12 of 19 races as well as securing 18 of 19 possible pole positions in qualifying. Read more for the video and additional information.
Limited to just 10-units worldwide, the Apollo Intensa Emozione (IE) is one of the rarest supercars ever, and this particular configuration by Miller Motorcars is called “Carbon Dragon”. Power comes from a Ferrari-derived 6.3-liter V12 engine, developed by both Autotecnica motori and HWA AG, that generates an impressive 780 horsepower at 8,500 rpm with a screaming 9,000 rpm redline. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Always wanted a solar-powered mobile home that can be towed just about anywhere? If so, and you have $500,000 USD, then look no further than the 2022 Living Vehicle. This luxurious trailer comes equipped with an upgraded energy system, solar panel system, extra energy storage and inverter power. There’s approximately 232-square-feet of interior space, complete with a full kitchen, a removable cooking island, an all-electric solar refrigerator, and a European-style marine three-burner oven. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Chris Steinbacher of B is for Build recently took his custom off-road Lamborghini Huracan to Las Vegas in preparation for the Mint 400 race in December. Officially called “The Jumpacan,” this is not simply a stripped supercar, but it actually started as a wrecked vehicle that was purchased and then 3D-scanned by the team to get things straight again. Next, they swapped out the original V10 engine for an LS V8 out back, mated to a Graziano 6-speed manual transmission. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
Inspired by the Sián FKP 37 hybrid supercar, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is an ultra luxurious yacht built with the combined knowledge of the automaker as well as the Italian Sea Group brand. The first unit was delivered to its owner a few days ago, powered by two MAN V12-2000HP engines generating a combined 3945-horsepower, making it the fastest yacht in the Tecnomar fleet of The Italian Sea Group. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
France-based DAB Motors has just unveiled their Concept-E electric motorcycle that was developed from the ground up at their headquarters in Bayonne. It’s powered by a 10kW motor fed by a 51.8V Li-ion battery, which makes it the road legal equivalent to a 125cc bike. Even if you’ve never ridden a motorcycle before, just a few hours of training is enough to master the highly intuitive Concept-E. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Who would have thought that an all-electric van could look cool? Meet the futuristic Porsche Vision Renndienst. The company has just revealed its interior and it combines minimalist design with a few high-tech touches. Featuring a centered 180° swiveling driver’s seat, a digital instrument cluster, individual second row seats, a third row bench with floating headrests and an asymmetric window layout. Read more for additional pictures and information.