With innovative cars incorporating the latest styling and technology being launched in 2019. We are sure petrolhead fans will not be disappointed by the array of new releases in 2019 by Mercedes, Nissan and Aston Martin.
Ariel are already an established sports car manufacturer renowned for producing lightweight vehicles. That are always guaranteed to deliver an exhilarating driving experience. They are now venturing into the hyperspace arena with a new sports car that can reach 100mph in 3.8 seconds beating the McLaren P1 and Porsche 918. The Ariel Hipercar is powered by 4 tiny electric motors that are approximately 330mm in diameter. To deliver 1,327lb per foot of torque with a top speed of 155mph.
Aston Martin Valkyrie
Incorporating the McLaren F1 BMW V12 engine. The new Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar provides F1 performance. To car enthusiasts able to afford this automotive engineering masterpiece. The supercar has been developed by legendary Red Bull Racing chief technical officer Adrian Newey. In conjunction with renowned engine performance specialists Cosworth. This road legal weight obsessed aerodynamic supercar is capable of delivering 1000bhp from the 6.5-litre V12 engine.
Mercedes Benz AMG One
When Mercedes launched the AMG One project with the primary aim to place an F1 powertrain into a road legal car. The project soon gained overwhelming interest within the automotive and motorsport communities. Engineers in the UK are now working to create a modified F1 engine that is compliant with emission regulations and able to idle at 1,200rpm. It’s reported that the Mercedes AMG One supercar will be fitted with a 1.6 V6 turbo engine. The same type that was fitted in Lewis Hamilton’s 2015 car that won the Formula 1 title.
The eagerly awaited Bugatti Divo will cost twice the price of a Bugatti Chiron at €5 million euros even though it uses the same 1,479bhp engine. This exclusive supercar will be in high demand due to only 40 Bugatti Divo models being manufactured.
Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign
A popular sports car with street racers the Nissan GT-R50 has been created by Italdesign without limits. The modified Nissan GT has been streamlined and re-imagined to improve performance delivering 711bhp. But with a €990,000 euro price tag only 50 Italdesign Nissan GT-R50 cars will be built.
With this being the first release by Volvo’s new electric car performance division. Automotive journalists are looking forward to test driving this 591 bhp plugin hybrid. With the Polestar 1 boasting an impressive 93 mile (150km) range on one single charge. The new Polestar 1 will also be four-wheel drive and fitted with a four-cylinder 2.0 Litre petrol engine.
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With the legendary Land Rover Defender ceasing production in 2016 after 70 glorious years. The launch of the new Land Rover Defender model has been widely anticipated. With recent sightings captured by motoring enthusiasts and car journalists published in automotive news publications. Suggesting the new next-generation Land Rover Defender will be launched in 2019. With production scheduled to begin early in 2020. Recent spy-shots appear to show a three-door ‘90’ and five-door ‘110’ model variant. But, Jaguar Land Rover’s marketing chief Felix Bräutigam commented at the Paris Motor Show. That these are the first pilot prototypes and subject to design & styling modifications.
New Land Rover Defender Off-Road Testing
Also due to the indestructible reputation accredited to the original Land Rover Defender. Automotive engineers have been subjecting the new model to extremely rigorous tests. Including -40c temperatures and driving at altitudes up to 13,000ft above sea level. This extensive extreme testing and analysis regime is essential. To ensure the Land Rover Defender can compete with the indestructible Toyota Land Cruiser. When subjected to harsh environments around the world. Designers and engineers have been tasked with reinventing the Land Rover Defender. To stay at the forefront of technology rather than living on the historic reputation of this iconic 4×4 off-road vehicle.
Land Rover Defender SUV
The next generation Land Rover SUV 4×4 off-road vehicle promises to still deliver the authentic defender experience. With loyal Land Rover enthusiasts eagerly awaiting the launch date. The new vehicle will incorporate revolutionary automotive technology. Including interior and exterior design feature that will generate wider mass market public appeal. Also, unlike many luxury SUV rival brands, the new Landy Defender will be priced around £35,000 for an entry-level model. This sensible pricing structure will appeal with buyers looking for a reliable working vehicle that can negotiate the toughest terrains.
Land Rover Defender Electric Hybrid
If you are looking for an SUV 4×4 off-road utility vehicle that can comfortably tackle steep gradients. The new Defender model provides plenty of traction. Making off-road driving more accessible to amateur inexperienced drivers. Also, for more environmentally concise drivers or conservationists living in the countryside. It’s refreshing to know a hybrid version is planned with an electric motor.
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