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Hello There! Are You The Bugatti Divo?

Hello There! Are You The Bugatti Divo?

Heavily wrapped Bugatti looks like the Chiron, but is it the Chiron?

A heavily wrapped Bugatti Chiron-based prototype has been spotted at the Nurburgring, triggering alarm bells that this model could be none other than the limited edition Divo that Bugatti announced just last week. There are no indications that this test mule is, in fact, the Divo, but with little news on the front of other Chiron derivatives these days, it stands to reason that Bugatti wouldn’t send a prototype to the ‘Ring to do testing if it has no plans to do anything about it.

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Watch How the $21,000, 27-Hour Oil Change is Done on a Bugatti Veyron

Watch How the $21,000, 27-Hour Oil Change is Done on a Bugatti Veyron

Forget about how long it takes because the price of one oil change costs about the same as a brand new car

For most of us regular folks, a standard oil change typically costs anywhere from $30 to $100. It’s usually more expensive when we’re talking about premium cars, but that same train-of-thought is taken to the extreme level when we’re talking about a car like the Bugatti Veyron. The embodiment of excess, the Veyron is more than just a $1.5 million supercar that once held the title as the world’s fastest production car. Everything about it is expensive, right down to the oil change, which can ring you up a staggering $21,000.

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The first McLaren Senna shipped to the U.S. Is drop dead gorgeous

The first McLaren Senna shipped to the U.S. Is drop dead gorgeous

Joins a collection that already includes three McLaren supercars

Unveiled more than six months ago, the radical McLaren Senna is finally meeting its first customers. The British firm just shipped its first U.S.-spec example, which landed with Michael Fux, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and renowned car collector from New York City. An owner of three other McLaren sports cars, Fux ordered a heavily customized Senna that sports a bespoke color that bears his own name. Pretty fancy, huh?

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5 of the Weirdest Cars at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed

5 of the Weirdest Cars at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed

Among the eminence of the automotive celebutante of the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed, a number of strange cars and unusual record-breaking efforts took place.

Porsche, Land Rover, Volkswagen, and McLaren took the show by a storm, but that hill climb, and the estate as a whole, saw so many oddities and extremes. I had to pick at least five of the best.

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2018 Bentley Mulsanne W.O. Edition by Mulliner

2018 Bentley Mulsanne W.O. Edition by Mulliner

British automaker is celebrating its 100-year anniversary a year early

Bentley is turning 100 years old in 2019, and a year ahead of its centenary, the British automaker is getting the party started with the release of a new special edition Mulsanne that pays tribute to its founder, W.O. Bentley. Limited to just 100 units, the Mulsanne W.O. Edition gets plenty of exclusive features, all of which have been added by Bentley’s resident personalization savant, Mulliner.

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Video: Watch the McLaren P1 By Lanzante Take the Hill at Goodwood

Video: Watch the McLaren P1 By Lanzante Take the Hill at Goodwood

The British speed monster takes a crack at Lord March’s driveway

The 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed is in full effect, and with it, some of the most exciting sports cars and supercars are coming out to play. That includes the machine you see here - the McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante.

Essentially a modified version of the highly impressive McLaren P1 GTR, the P1 by Lanzante arrives to the party with updated aerodynamics thanks to an extended rear tail section and an enormous fixed rear wing. There’s also an upgraded rear diffuser, a larger front splitter, extra fender vents, and four exhaust tips in the rear.

We’re still waiting on all the exact technical specs, but at the very least, the P1 by Lanzante should be rocking the standard P1 GTR’s 986 horsepower thanks to its hybrid twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8. And, given the latter half of the video, we know its got enough get-up-and-go to catch the Lexus LC500 up the Hillclimb. As if that was ever in doubt.

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McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante Makes Brief Appearance at Goodwood

McLaren P1 GT by Lanzante Makes Brief Appearance at Goodwood

Following in the footsteps of the legendary F1

Early last week, Lanzante teased us with a silhouette image of its wild new take on McLaren’s finest. You know, as if the standard P1 GTR wasn’t crazy enough. Now, we’re finally getting an eye-full of the bespoke speed machine, as revealed in a series of photos posted to Lanzante’s Instagram account. Infused with go-faster, motorsport-inspired goodness, it’s called the McLaren P1 GT, and it’s an impressive thing to behold.

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Watch out Ferrari, Noble Just Launched a New Supercar at Goodwood

Watch out Ferrari, Noble Just Launched a New Supercar at Goodwood

It’s not yet ready for production though

Noble, the company responsible for the cool M600 supercar, has just introduced its first brand-new vehicle in years at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It’s called the M500 and will slot right under the M600 as Noble’s entry-level sports car.

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2019 Lamborghini LB48H Hybrid Supercar

2019 Lamborghini LB48H Hybrid Supercar

A raging electrified bull?

We’ve heard rumors and rumination about a possible hybrid Lambo more than once before. For example, back in September of 2017, the brand’s R&D boss dropped a few suggestions that it was considering creating just such a thing, and then of course there was the Terzo Millennio concept that debuted in November of 2017. Well, word has it an initial prototype is already done and finished, with rumors pointing to a private showing at a party in Italy in June of 2018, as tipped by TheSupercarBlog.com.

Apparently, it’s codenamed the LB48H, and it could very well preview a replacement for Lambo’s current flagship model, the mighty Aventador. So far, Lamborghini is keeping its cards close to the chest, but if such a vehicle were created, what would it look like, both above and below the skin? To find out, we put on our thinking hats and did a little speculative review. Read on for the details.

Continue reading to learn more about the Lamborghini LB48H Hybrid Supercar.

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5 New Supercars Showing up at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

5 New Supercars Showing up at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Watch out for these exotics because they’re going to make a lot of noise

The 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed is taking place this week, and there are going to be some fine machinery making an appearance at the four-day long event. We’ve already been clued in on some expected headliners, including the debuts of the Porsche 911 Speedster and McLaren 600LT. But some lesser-known automakers are bringing their prized exotics to the grounds of Goodwood House. Whether it’s the Brabham BT62 or the Apollo Intensa Emozione, there’s going to be no shortage of supercars that will be in attendance at one of the industry’s most highly anticipated events.

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Pininfarina Teases PF0 All-Electric Ultra-Luxury Hypercar Before August Debut

Pininfarina Teases PF0 All-Electric Ultra-Luxury Hypercar Before August Debut

Electron-powered speed, timeless styling chops

Pininfarina, the legendary Italian design house that created a slew of breathtaking vehicles for Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, and Maserati, among others, has been rather busy lately creating the next generation of highly desirable sports cars. The firm branched off as Automobili Pininfarina back in April, rebranding itself into a futuristic, forward-thinking mobility company, creating models like the Pininfarina HK GT concept in the process. Now, Automobili Pininfarina is teasing a forthcoming all-electric hyperspeed-maker called the PF0, and so far, it’s shaping up to be quite the machine.

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5 Modern Supercars You've Probably Never Heard Of

5 Modern Supercars You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Five supercars, with a total power output of 5.415 horsepower, are here. I am sure that you simply do not know enough about them. Modern supercars and hypercars you have probably never heard of are quite numerous actually. Apart from these, I could have also listed the Rezvani Beast, the Trion Nemesis RR, the Apollo Arrow, the Arash AF10, the Devel Sixteen, and the Arrinera Hussarya, among others. But what is the point as many of these will simply cease to exist as time plays its dirty game and erases them from history. Yet, the five I chose may stick around a bit longer than expected.

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Bugatti Teases New Limited Edition Model of the Chiron Named “Divo”

Bugatti Teases New Limited Edition Model of the Chiron Named “Divo”

Trimming the fat on a four-wheeled heavyweight

The Bugatti Chiron exceeds at excess. The speed, the power, the price… any way you slice it, the Chiron is way over the top. However, despite this overarching emphasis on velocity, the Chiron was never a particularly agile vehicle, instead relying on its mammoth grip and high-tech AWD system to move the mass around an apex. Now, however, it looks like that might change, as the top bug is gearing up for a fresh limited-run edition that emphasizes cornering in a whole new way.

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5 Modern Sports Cars You've Probably Never Heard Of

5 Modern Sports Cars You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

It’s quite extraordinary to see so many small supercar and sportscar producers coming up and trying to take the cake from the limited, but money-endowed niche of a market. Only a handful actually do survive long enough to create a customer base (Pagani or Koenigsegg,) to induce some kind of hype and attract funding (Rimac,) or just be talked about (Lykan, Hennessey, or even Zenvo.) It seems that the new supercar producers are springing up like mushrooms (and they go away as easily,) even more so than sports car producers. In that regard, I managed to find five interesting sports cars you have probably never heard of. All of them do try (or have tried) to evoke some sort of evolution in this highly limited market.

The end goal is similar for all - to sell as many cars as possible and become profitable. Enter the world of the incredible, courageous, and sometimes rather innovative pieces of automotive royalty you’ve never heard of.

I am starting with a car from Slovenia, partly designed by a race car driver.

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Koenigsegg Says Good-Bye To The Agera With Final Editions Thor and Väder

Koenigsegg Says Good-Bye To The Agera With Final Editions Thor and Väder

It’s the proper send-off for one of the world’s most iconic supercars

It’s time to say goodbye to the Koenigsegg Agera, and the Swedish automaker is giving it a proper send off by creating three Final Edition models, including the last two Ageras named “Thor” and “Väder.” The final two Ageras have just been completed, and they’re scheduled to make their debuts at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It’s been a great eight-year run for the hypercar, capped off by claiming the fastest production car record from the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. But, there’s always an end to all good things, and the Agera is no exception.

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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Rumored to be New Production ‘Ring Record Holder

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Rumored to be New Production ‘Ring Record Holder

A time of 6 minutes, 45 seconds would place this bad bull at the top

The up-and-coming Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Jota was already shaping up to be an absolute monster, rocking more power, less weight, and extra aero stick to result in one of the brand’s most potent track weapons. Now, however, it’s looking like this badass speed machine is aiming to put its talents towards securing a spot at the top of the Nurburgring record lap list.

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2022 Alfa Romeo 8C

2022 Alfa Romeo 8C

Italian automaker’s plan for a supercar could shake up the whole segment

The Alfa Romeo 8c is returning after an eight-year absence, and it’s going to look and perform a lot differently than its limited-run predecessor. Early plans inside Alfa Romeo indicate that the new 8C is being packaged as a 700-horsepower supercar that will be able to compete against the likes of Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini. There’s no timetable yet on when the new 8C will arrive, but it should make its way into our lives before 2022, at least if it ends up happening.

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