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July 12, 2020

Lamborghini announced the return of the Countach at 2.4 million dollars and a demanding 1.2 million dollar deposit. The reincarnated model is set to carry Lamborghini's iconic V12 engine combined with a 48i hybrid engine on an all-wheel drive platform. With 825hp, and only 3516 pounds, the Countach reaches 0-62 in 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 221 mph. Its ancestor only hit 183 mph with a 0-60 of 4.7 seconds in its fastest model.

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July 12, 2020

The S-class has been Mercedes flagship line, with unmatched luxury, big engines making outstanding horsepower, and pillow like levels of comfort. The S-class may arguably be the best luxury sedan at its price range, but now there a new S-class in town. The EQS will be the new S-Class with a new twist, an electric engine. The EQS is the new all electric S-sedan boasting according to Mercedes, "Next generation lithium-ion battery, a sophisticated, high-energy density that sets a benchmark in performance, efficiency and charging capacity." Electric batteries eliminates the rumbles and what little noise there was from the combustion engine and turn the new "S-Class" into a completely soundproof and almost perfect luxury vehicle. The EQS still holds S series brand with the interior classy enough to still maintain its rivalry with Bentley and Rolls Royce, with a 56" instrument panel from door to door and auto open and close the doors, the EQS may surpass its British competition. While release dates have yet to be announced by the Mercedes, it was reported by Mercedes as a 2022 release with a price tag of over $100,000.



July 12, 2020

With lotus focusing all attention on fully electric vehicles going forward, the Emira is the final combustion production car the company is producing. Lotus first revealed the Evija (lotus $2.1 million hypercar) in 2019 as the statement car for the company moving forward in the fully electric era. The emira is the last gas model lotus with the discontinuation of the Evora. Set to hit the streets in 2022, the Emira is set to start at €95,995 for the first edition model and just under £60,000 for the entry level model that will follow the following year in 2023.

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