It seems that the coronavirus pandemic, already affecting multiple businesses around the world, is starting to dig its claws into supercar territory. As reported by Autoblog, McLaren Automotive, the branch that handles road cars and the MSO hypercar team, is seeking to generate 275 million pounds, or $335.6 million, to
Attention Porsche fans! As carmakers start to ramp up production again, attached buildings and facilities to said carmakers are also being opened. Porsche has decided to celebrate the opening of the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart by hosting a virtual tour of the museum on May 17, as reported by CarBuzz.
This morning, as was teased last week, on Porsche’s own 9:11 Magazine online “TV” channel, the new Type 992 911 Targa 4 and 4S models were officially revealed. The new Targa continues to use the fully automatic roof of the Type 991.2 variant. A few engineering tweaks and optimizations mean
Henry from Carfection thrashes the 710-bhp Ferrari supercar in the wet on back country roads and gives us his unfiltered view. As always, the cinematography squad behind carfection videos deserves a medal. The post VIDEO: Ferrari 488 Pista Review appeared first on Supercars.net. Source link
In one of those really interesting paradigms that happen, while the rest of the world’s automotive business posts record-breaking losses of profit, a little engineering firm with a big pedigree enters the supercar ring. Mulholland Group, based out of Derby, England, has been a composite component specialist house for Formula