The latest addition to the Ferrari line-up is this SF90 Spider. It is exactly what the name suggest; the drop-top version of the hybrid supercar introduced in 2019. Carried over is the same sophisticated 769 bhp drivetrain. What is new is the foldable, aluminium hard-top, which takes up just 100 litres of storage space. The SF90 Spider can accelerate to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds and can lap Fiorano faster than a LaFerrari Aperta.
Milanese carrozzeria Zagato have revived the Iso Rivolta name with this Iso Rivolta GTZ. Limited to just 19 examples, this retro-styled machine is based on Corvette Z06 underpinnings. This ensures that it should go as well as its looks. One of the inspirations for the Rivolta GTZ is the original Iso Grifo A3/C, which also used a small-block Chevrolet engine to great effect. To mark the launch of the new GTZ, we have taken a closer look at an one of the rare original examples. The featured car was raced in period with appearances at Le Mans, the Nürburging and Monza. Quite remarkably, chassis B 0207 has been in the same hands since 1974.
BMW have further expanded their all-electric range with this iX SUV. Although ready to enter production, there are few concrete figures available yet. The drivetrain should be good for around 500 bhp and the range will be around 500 km.

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2021 BMW iX

2020 Ferrari SF90 Spider

2020 Iso Rivolta GTZ

1964 Iso Grifo A3/C (B 0207)