The Devel Sixteen made its debut all the way back in 2013, and since then, not much has come of the project, that is until…this week. This Dubai-based company finally revealed a production model being tested on both public roads as well as the racetrack. It’s allegedly powered by a quad-turbocharged 12.3L V16 engine producing 5,006 hp and 3,757 lb-ft of torque, while a lower-end model reportedly has the same engine, but detuned to 2,000 hp. Read more for two videos and additional information.
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DRVN Concepts might have built the coolest open-top Lamborghini yet, and it’s called the Monterossa Speedster. This unique supercar draws inspiration from motorcycles and weighs in at just 2,808-pounds with near perfect weight distribution. Power still comes from the factory 5.2L V10 generating 562 hp and 398 lb-ft of torque, while the OEM hood has been replaced with a sculpted one, paired to a more aggressive front bumper as well as LED headlights. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
For $2.18-million, this ultra rare Nissan R33 GT-R NISMO 400R could be yours. Why does it cost more than most supercars? Well, there were only total of 40 vehicles ever built. This particular example is finished in “Deep Marine Blue”, powered by an REIMAX twin-turbocharged inline-six 2.8L engine generating 400 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Other upgrades from the factory include a carbon fiber propshaft, titanium exhaust, and a bevy of aerodynamic parts on the exterior. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Revealed at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, which runs from January 14-16 at the Makuhari Messe convention center, Subaru’s STI E-RA Concept is an electric supercar that’s not only ready to take on the second-generation Tesla Rodaster, but Germany’s Nurburgring as well. Why? It’s powered by four in-wheel electric motors from Yamaha that generate approximately 1,072 hp combined, paired with a 60-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack and a four-wheel torque vectoring system. Read more for an in-depth video overview and additional information.
Remember the Cadillac Sixteen, the futuristic supercar introduced back in 2003? If not, it was powered by a Cadillac proprietary-developed aluminum 32-valve 13.5L V16 engine generating over 1000 hp and at least 1000 lb⋅ft of torque, all without the use of forced induction. Tuning shop Competition Carbon wants to pay tribute to that vehicle with their C120R. Read more for additional pictures of the Corvette C8-based supercar.
Sure, Batman may not be able to fit into a McMurtry Spéirling, but there’s no denying that it drew inspiration from the Batmobile, or at least one iteration of it. Starting from the exterior, we have a full carbon fiber monocoque with carbon fiber crash structures and bodywork to keep things as light as possible – under 2200-pounds. Read more to see a TopGear rundown on this amazing EV.
Priced from $1.85-million USD, the Volkner Mobile Performance S is a motorhome designed for someone who wants to bring their luxurious apartment on the road. Everything inside can be customized to the customer’s preference, including real wood accents, marble countertops, two 40-inch displays, a separate bath / shower and full kitchen. Read more to see the real highlight of this machine.