While we were at Goodwood for the annual Revival Meeting, Ferrari revealed the full details of the Purosangue. The Italian company's first foray in the lucrative SUV market, it is probably the most controversial all-new model ever launched by Ferrari. What is unmistakably Ferrari is the naturally aspirated V12 found in the engine compartment. It powers a four-door, four-wheel drive machine with sophisticated active suspension. Boasting a new perfect 49/51 weight balance, the Purosangue can accelerate to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds.
At the Detroit Motor Show, Ford took the wraps of the seventh generation Mustang. Purists will appreciate that the extensively restyled 'pony car' will still come with a naturally aspirated V8 and a six-speed manual gearbox. As always, the Mustang will come as a Coupe or a Convertible.
Ahead of the competition debut in 2024, Lamborghini released more details of the LMDh GTP car. It will be based on a Ligier chassis and powered by a purpose-built twin-turbo V8. This is mated to an XTrac gearbox and spec hybrid system.

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2022 Ferrari Purosangue

2023 Ford Mustang GT

2023 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

2024 Lamborghini LMDh