Supercars

Lamborghini broke sales records in 2021 with 8,405 vehicles sold

Lamborghini broke sales records in 2021 with 8,405 vehicles sold

Italian automaker Lamborghini is selling more cars than ever before. It broke its all-time sales record last year and sold 13-percent more vehicles than in 2020, representing 8,405 cars sold worldwide, the most in its 58-year history. The year 2021 was a breakthrough for the raging bull, and the company is setting its sights for future growth in an electrified realm.

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Noble M500 makes smashing debut with its analog charm and turbo V6 engine

Noble M500 makes smashing debut with its analog charm and turbo V6 engine

Low-volume British automaker Noble gave Autocar an exclusive first look into its newest M500 supercar. The concept is a follow-up to the M600 unveiled in 2009, but Noble designed the newest M500 to be less powerful yet more attainable than the former.

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SP Automotive Chaos ultracar has 3,000HP and a $14.4M price tag

SP Automotive Chaos ultracar has 3,000HP and a $14.4M price tag

Greek automaker Spyros Panopolous Automotive (SP Automotive) has unveiled its first car: the Chaos. More than just a hypercar, SP Automotive claims the Chaos is the world’s first ultracar powered by a high-strung internal combustion engine combined with an undisclosed hybrid assist system.

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Donkervoort D8 GTO Individual Series is incredibly customizable

Donkervoort D8 GTO Individual Series is incredibly customizable

A boutique automaker called Donkervoort is showing off one of the final iterations of its D8 GTO sports car. The two-seat roadster is called the Donkervoort D8 GTO Individual Series. Its name comes from the fact that it can be customized exactly to the buyer's liking. The company says it can do anything to the car the buyer wants, as long as it's legal.

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