Each decade Lamborghini presents a completely new supercar that aims at the leadership of its class. At the beginning of 2011, the Italian car will launch a successor for the currently in production Murciélago, that will try to attain the purpose of every Lamborghini ever, that of being better than the competitor from Maranello.
Ferrari has begun the development for the successor of their best seller compact mid-V8 supercar. Following a line of respectable ancestors, like the F355, 360 Modena or the currently in production F430, the new car is expected for not sooner than 2010. With a supposed displacement of 4.5 liters, the new Ferrari is expected to be named F450.
When TechArt unveiled the GT-Street based on the Porsche 911 Turbo, everyone said "It’s amazing! I want this car!" And today the German tuner decided to ruin the hopes for many of us; they have announced the price for this beauty: starts at 245,000 Euros MSRP. Ouch! That hurts! Almost double than a regular 911 Turbo!
All automobile enthusiasts love the thrills and passion offered by Italian cars such as Ferrari. The same automobile enthusiasts appreciate the high reliability and easiness in used offered by the Japanese vehicles. It’s been almost two decades since Honda tried to meet all those expectations and offered us the NSX. The Japanese supercar became in the mean while a true automobile icon. As age sooner or later affects even the best, Acura is preparing a brand new successor for the NSX that is rumored to get into production 20 years after its predecessor, in 2010.
Rolls Royce has plans for a new baby saloon that will be unveiled in 2009. The company put big hopes in this new model and expects big profit by 2011. The new model will be unveiled after the new BMW 7-Series will debut in 2008 and will go on sale in 2009. The new Rolls Royce will be a direct competitor for the Bentley Continental Flying Spur.