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A new supercar called the Boreas Project quietly made its debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans last month. Hints of its pending arrival were given in June, when DSD Design & Motorsport released teasers of a new hypercar designed to compete with Pagani and Koenigsegg. Now that the Boreas Project has debuted, it […]

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Nissan is taking its BladeGlider electric prototype from display car to racer at UK’s renowned Festival of Speed hill climb. The Japanese automaker took the sports car for Supercar test runs on the first three days of the race. It will speed through the circuit again this Sunday, the final day of the Goodwood Festival […]

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The McLaren F1 successor is expected to enter production in 2019. Late last year, McLaren confirmed it was working on a three-seater, hybrid hypercar codenamed BP23 and that it would be limited to just 106 units. Now, Autoblog has gotten details on how the BP23 project came to be, and what we should expect once […]

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Techrules is closer to launching its diesel turbine hybrid “Ren,” the company announced at the Geneva Auto Show this week. The over-the-top Ren is the latest iteration of the AT96 and GT96 concepts shown at Geneva last year. The supercar is available for order now, at an expected price of around $2.7 million. It will […]

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Lamborghini has been bitten by the electric car bug according to the German publication AutoBild, and will raid the Porsche Mission E battery electric car’s parts bin to build it. The electric supercar program even has a name, “Vitola,” which gives the impression that the Italian car manufacturer is serious about this. It’s possible that […]

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Honda’s NSX hybrid “supercar” will be returning the Japanese market 11 years later, and will now be imported from America. Originally engineered and manufactured in Japan from 1990 to 2005, the second generation NSX will return after being redesigned and built in the U.S. The NSX went on sale in the U.S. an Acura model […]

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While elite carmakers are moving toward hybridization to improve mpg and cut greenhouse gases, there remain many exceptions with gas-guzzling internal combustion engines. Actually, the majority of powerful-to-extremely powerful supercars and luxury vehicles are unencumbered with electrified propulsion – not counting Tesla’s vehicles, which alone avoid petroleum entirely. As the culture and market push back […]

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British supercar maker McLaren will be going beyond its P1 plug-in hybrid in green offerings. As part of its business plan through 2022, more than half its cars will be hybrids, said CEO Mike Flewitt. The British brand known for demonstrating on the Formula One circuit, is now developing a “completely new powertrain architecture,” which […]

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There’s no shortage of buzzwords to describe the new Acura NSX, but the truth is, it’s an ordinary yet high-tech supercar. That may sound strange, but a tour through Acura’s facility where they make this 573-horsepower mid-engine marvel helps demonstrate the point. For starters, it’s not built in any exotic location. Unlike other supercars built […]

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Not too long ago, being green and being a supercar were mutually exclusive — a car could be one, but definitely not both. These days, many serious sports cars has some sort of hybrid system in its powertrain, and some are even ditching gas entirely and going all-electric. Green car technology has come such a […]

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