French supercar manufacturer Bugatti have released the full details of the new 490 km/h Chiron Super Sport. Limited to 30 examples and priced at 3,500,000 before taxes, it is the most extreme production version of the Chiron yet. Compared to the 'standard' Chiron, the Super Sport has a more aerodynamic body, which allows the mesmerising top speed.
Capable of similar performance is the Rimac Nevera. The second generation Rimac is powered by four electric motors that produce a combine 1,877 bhp. Thanks to the 2,360 Nm of torque, the Nevera can accelerate to 160 km/h in just 4.3 seconds.
Ahead of its competition debut later this month, BMW have finally officially revealed the new M4 GT3 racer. It is powered by a motorsport version of the familiar turbocharged six-cylinder engine that can produce up to 590 bhp depending on the restrictors fitted. After a select numbers of outings in 2021, the M4 GT3 will be made available to customers from the start of the 2022 season.
A GT3 of a slightly different caliber is this unique Bentley Continental GT3, which has been especially modified to race in the Pikes Peak hill climb on June 27th. Fitted with a wild aerodynamics package and a retuned, 750 bhp engine, it looks set to be one of the top contenders in the event.
We offered a first glimpse last month and here is the Touring Arese RH95 in full detail. Although not mentioned with so many words, the striking machine is based on a Ferrari 488 and will be available to a select number of customers. A limited number of 18 Arese RH95s are anticipated to be produced and they can be completed within six months after receiving the donor vehicle.

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2021 Bentley Continental GT3 Pikes Peak

2021 BMW M4 GT3

2022 Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

2021 Rimac Nevera

2021 Touring Arese RH95