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Bentley won’t launch its first electric vehicle until 2026, a year later than originally planned, according to the brand’s CEO. In an interview with Automotive News (subscription required) published on Wednesday, Bentley CEO Adrian Hallmark said the EV has been delayed, but didn’t provide a reason. He however denied the delay was due to reported
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Lamborghini never competed in motorsports for most of its history, primarily due to the wishes of company founder Feruccio Lamborghini but also for practical reasons, like limited funds. The situation finally changed early last decade when Lamborghini established its own motorsports division, Squadra Corse, and started competing in GT competition. Now it’s on the verge
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Sporting an 8.0-liter V-10, the original Dodge Viper seriously outgunned the contemporary Chevrolet Corvette C4. So General Motors decided to drop a V-12 into the ‘Vette as a possible way to compete. First spotted by Road & Track, this video from YouTube channel DtRockstar1 shows the V-12 Corvette prototype—dubbed “ZR-12″—at the National Corvette Museum in
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Rimac on Tuesday announced the start of production of the Nevera electric supercar at its Croatia factory. The automaker showed what it calls the first production-ready Nevera—known as “000”—at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed last month. But while that car will be retained by the company for demonstration and marketing purposes, Rimac said in
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The Rimac Nevera electric supercar has officially been certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB), clearing the final regulatory hurdle for U.S. sales. Company founder Mate Rimac posted the certification documents on Facebook last week. The documents also confirm an EPA-rated 287 miles of range for the Nevera, which
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