With the Huracán STO, Lamborghini have released the most hardcore road-legal version of the company's 'entry-level' sports car. The STO is short for Super Trofeo Omologato and the car is very much a road legal version of the Super Trofeo competition car. It combines a 630 bhp version of the familiar V10, rear-wheel drive and active rear wheel steering. The Huracán STO is also 43 kg lighter than the already very fast Performante.
Subaru have further refined the rear-wheel drive BRZ sports car. It now features a 2.4-litre version of the naturally aspirated engine, which is good for 228 bhp. The revised interior includes some neat cues like the boxer inspired instrument panel with a big rev counter in the centre.
Jeep already hinted at a V8-engined Wrangler with a concept car a few months ago. The wraps have now been taken off the Wrangler Rubicon 392 production car. It is powered by a 6.4 litre or 392 cubic-inch V8 engine that is good for a startling 470 bhp. The Rubicon 392 will enter production early in 2021.
Following the introduction of the 'regular' S-Class earlier this year, the Mercedes-Maybach version of the '221' series has been introduced this afternoon. Intended for the lucky few that are chauffeur driven, it boasts an even longer wheelbase than the extended Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The ultra-luxurious machine is available with the same range of engines as the normal S-Class.
MINI have offered a glimpse at the future with this Vision Urbanaut. Compared to the current range of MINI models, it promises to offer more interior space and versatility.

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2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392

2021 Lamborghini Huracán STO

2021 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class

2020 MINI Vision Urbanaut

2021 Subaru BRZ