Bugatti launched a new version of the Chiron with 1,578 hp this week. It is related to the current Chiron Super Sport 300+, but offers a lower top speed and a set-up that puts comfort first.
Tesla Model S plaid specifications
If you’re looking for a car that accelerates to 60 mph faster than the Bugatti above, the 2021 Tesla Model S plaid is the one. The electric super hatch started shipping this week, and owners can look forward to going from a little over nine to 0-60 times in less than two seconds and a quarter of a mile ET.
2022 Toyota Land Cruiser
A new Toyota Land Cruiser was unveiled this week, the first redesign of the iconic off-roader in more than a decade. It features a new platform as well as twin-turbo V-6 performance, and while it isn’t sold in the United States, its hardware should end up in a redesigned Lexus LX.
2022 BMW X3 M Competition
BMW has introduced updated versions of its small X3 and X4 crossovers. The updates extend to the powerful M versions, which also benefit from an increase in torque in the competition models. A redesigned BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé also made headlines.
2022 Ford Maverick
Ford has introduced a compact pickup truck called the Maverick. It’s essentially an under-the-skin twin with the Bronco Sport, and it’s coming to showrooms shortly with standard hybrid propulsion and a base price of around $ 20,000.
2022 Volkswagen Multivan
Another new vehicle in the headlines this week was Volkswagen’s T7 generation van, which debuted as a passenger-centric multivan. In contrast to the T6 generation, which uses a dedicated van platform, the T7 has switched to the more car-like MQB platform, which is shared with several models from the Volkswagen Group’s brands.
2022 Ferrari V-6 hybrid supercar spy footage – Image rights: S. Baldauf / SB-Medien
Finally, Ferrari was spotted testing its upcoming V-6 supercar. The new model will feature a mid-engine layout and hybrid technology, rivaling the recently unveiled McLaren Artura.