2021 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance new car unveiled

Staff Writer

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance has returned to 70day It was cancelled for a year due to the pandemic last year.

Models from different generations were exhibited at events in California, USA, and several models made their first public appearances. This is our list of the most noteworthy new cars selected from Pebble Beach and the broader Monterey Car Week.

Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider

1,139 horsepower Valkyrie got a top variant, Which was shown on Concours d’Elegance. Despite the slight change in weight, Aston Martin stated that the Spider’s top speed will still exceed 349 kilometers per hour (or 330 kilometers with the roof closed). The supercar has also modified its carbon fiber bathtub and aerodynamics to ensure that the performance of the Spider and the hardtop are closely matched.The spider is the third derivative of the Valkyrie to be shown, following the standards Valkyrie Coupe And only track AMR Pro Coupe.

Audi Celestial Sphere

Participants of the car week saw Audi’s deformed autonomous driving for the first time Celestial concept. Electric sports car is the first Three “spheres” electric vehicle concept Audi will show it in the next few months. Skysphere is a large two-door convertible car, which is developed around the 4-level autonomy principle. This means that it can drive independently on roads equipped with the necessary infrastructure. It has a rear motor that sends 624hp and 750Nm of torque to the rear wheels in only 4.0 seconds of 0-100kph.

Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner

Bentley’s most expensive production car made its public debut at the show.this Speeding Mulliner It will be the third model in the Bentley Mulliner series provided by Crewe’s custom body manufacturing department, adding high-end versions of the Continental GT coupe and convertible. It will be equipped with 507 horsepower, V8 and 635 horsepower, W12 gasoline engines. As the first of the Mulliner division, Flying Spur will also be equipped with a plug-in hybrid system.

Bugatti Bolide

Although it does not appear in the metal, Polyd It was confirmed as Bugatti’s next production car in The Quail’s announcement. The French company will produce 40 prototypes of 1,600-horsepower supercars, which will be sold to customers in 2024. Bolide weighs only 1,450 kg and uses Bugatti’s four-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine to power all four wheels. Unsurprisingly, its eye-catching body styling takes into account aerodynamics. Bugatti claims that the downforce on the rear wing is 1,800 kg, the downforce on the front wing is 800 kg, and the speed is about 200 mph.

Ford GT ’64 Prototype Heritage Edition

this Ford GT Exhibited at the exhibition Limited edition pays tribute to the prototype This led the company to win Le Mans. The GT has racing decals and exposed carbon fiber, and appeared with the last 1964 Ford GT/105 prototype, five of which were originally built. This led to the GT40, which swept 1-2-3 at Le Mans in 1966. Prices and production figures have not yet been announced, but the ’64 Prototype Heritage Edition will be ordered by approved GT customers in January next year.

Honda NSX Type S

Another limited edition model, Type S It will be the swan song of the second-generation Honda NSX. Only 350 prototypes were produced (300 of which were reserved for the US market). The car will use an improved suspension and updated exterior styling, including an improved front and a new rear with a spoiler that generates downforce. Power increased from 573hp to 600hp, and torque increased from 21Nm to 667Nm.

Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4

this Lamborghini Countach It returns as a limited-edition retro-style super-hybrid. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Countach’s first display in prototype form, its design was inspired by the iconic 1974 model. Availability will be limited to 112 examples, as the number represents the “LP 112” internal project name used during the development of the original Countach. Most of them have been sold out by potential buyers. Lamborghini stated that the Countach can travel from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds-2.0 seconds faster than its most powerful version of the same name from the 1970s-to reach 200 km/h in just 8.6 seconds. The maximum speed limit is 355 km/h.

Lotus Evija

this Lotus Evija Presented in a brand new camouflage, this time it is dedicated to Formula One legend Ayrton Senna (Ayrton Senna). The bright yellow paint with blue accents was inspired by the 99T model Senna drove at the Detroit Grand Prix in 1987. The 1,972-horsepower Evija is Lotus’s first all-electric car. It appeared together with Lotus Emira and Radford Type 62-2 inspired by lotus and became the center stage of The Quail.

Radford 62-2

The Type 62-2 is the first car of British body manufacturer Radford. This two-seater coupe is inspired by the Lotus Type 62 sports car racing in the 1960s and is painted in a unique gold leaf style. The Radford team is led by 2009 F1 champion Jenson Button, designer Mark Stubbs and car broadcaster Ant Anstead. This Lotus-based car is powered by a 500-horsepower, 3.5-liter supercharged V6 engine derived from Toyota. Only 62 examples will be produced in total.

Pininfarina Batista

this Pininfarina Batista It was finally shown in the production specification two years after the California announcement Geneva Motor ShowEvija’s competitors are described as “the most powerful road-legal Italian car ever” and are expected to further promote competition in the super-electric vehicle sector, gaining 1,900 horsepower and 2,300 Nm from the four-motor Rimac power system. The ultra-exclusive anniversary edition also made its public debut for the first time. Only 150 Battista will be produced, 5 of which will be designated in the Anniversario decoration.

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