If 2020 began bumpily, it’s become smooth towards the end. The Maserati universe has the second sports car Maserati MC20 that is a car with a sporty soul and a luxurious body. Presented on 9th September in Modena during the “MMXX: Time to be audacious” event, the sports car is the successor to 2004 Maserati MC12.
Alternative fuel cars are rarely pulse pounding thrill rides, but NanoFlowcell might have created an exception to the rule. It’s teasing the Quant 48Volt, a supercar concept that runs on a combination of positive and negative electrolyte fluids. No, this doesn’t mean that you can run it on energy drinks, but it does promise an environmentally friendly vehicle that doesn’t compromise on performance or range. Reportedly, the Quant 48Volt’s 760HP engine can take it to 62MPH in 2.4 seconds, hit a top speed of 186MPH (arbitrarily limited) and a range of over 621 miles.
Even James Bond isn’t posh enough for this.
Luxury automaker Aston Martin has released new photos of its stunning Vulcan supercar, which was announced earlier this year. The track-only vehicle is almost entirely constructed of carbon fiber and packs a whopping 800-horsepower V12 engine so powerful owners are offered an “extensive and detailed program of intensive track driver training,” Wired reported back in February.