For those unfamiliar with the Sony Vision-S, it’s essentially an all-electric sedan concept with components from Magna International, Continental AG, Elektrobit and Benteler / Bosch. Boasting always-on connectivity, complete with 33 sensors that include CMOS, solid state LiDAR, radar and time-of-flight cameras, which together, form an advanced driver assistance suite called “Safety Cocoon”. Step inside, and you’ll find a panoramic touchscreen integrated directly into the dashboard, paired with Sony’s 360 Reality Audio.
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Limited to 40-units worldwide, the Bugatti Divo is one of the rarest and priciest hypercars in the world. James Neese, better known as The Stradman online, recently witnessed an unboxing, courtesy of a close friend who was fortunate enough to acquire one. This particular example has a custom black and red paint job, making the “Ladybug” nickname a perfect fit. Power still comes from the ultra impressive quad-turbocharged 8.0L W16 engine making 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 2.4 seconds, while topping out at 236 mph.
The Lotus Evija may have been unveiled over a year ago in July 2019, but we’ve seen and heard little about it since. Former Top Gear presenter James May gives us an up-close look at this all-electric hypercar. It’s powered by a four individual in-wheel electric motors rated at 493 hp that generate a combined output of 1,970 hp and 1,254 lb⋅ft of torque. The vehicle most recently participated in high-speed testing at a track on circuits in Europe.
Created by designer Greg Brown, the Firenze Lanciare just might be the world’s first flying supercar concept that is actually plausible, or so we think. Boasting retractable wings extended, it’s powered by two Williams FJ-33 jet engines producing 2,000 pounds when in the air, enabling it to cruise at 520 mph and a range of 850 miles, thanks to a 300-gallon fuel tank. When on land, the vehicle utilizes two electric motors that generate a combined 1,000 horsepower, which means a 0-60 mph time of under four seconds.
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The Acura / Honda NSX origins trace all the way back to the HP-X (Honda Pininfarina eXperimental) concept from 1984. This vehicle was ahead of its time and a mid-engined 3.0 L V6 engined rear wheel drive sports car. Honda wanted to compete with the Ferrari supercars with V8 engines, while offering far more reliability and a lower price point. Eventually, the concept evolved into the NS-X, which stood for “New”, “Sportscar” “eXperimental” , although the production model was launched as the NSX. Sung Nak Lee has put an electrified autonomous twist on this supercar.