Expensive surprise from Tesla configurator, most expensive secret Rolls-Royce, fastest BMW sedan on earth, and other events on Friday, June 19, 2020.
Atelier infinitas has announced the creation of the Hurricane 2 project based on the BMW M5. On this model, the tuners plan to set a speed record for road sedans. The 379 km / h mark set by the Lucid Air electric prototype is now considered a record.
A German user mistakenly placed 27 orders for Model 3 sedans on Tesla's website, although he planned to buy only one. The total amount was 1,404,000 euros (110 million rubles), but the cancellation of randomly selected cars would have cost him 2,700 euros (210 thousand rubles). What did he do?
A teaser of the model is already ready, which will be built in a single copy and promises to become the most expensive new car in history. The mysterious Rolls-Royce will receive a two-door body with a sloping roof, cameras instead of mirrors and unusually thin lights.
The factory team of AvtoVAZ has developed a sports modification of the Granta. The hatch is prepared for participation in the Touring-Light class of the Russian series of circuit races and is equipped with a 165-horsepower naturally aspirated engine that rotates up to 8000 rpm.
In India, a man bought a new Volkswagen Polo, but did not have time to enjoy the purchase: it was not possible to leave the parking lot of the car dealership without an accident, and the car turned over a couple of seconds after the ceremonial departure.
The Ukrainian blogger shared a video with an inspection of the well-preserved ZAZ-968M. The car's odometer shows only 17 kilometers. "Zaporozhets" was released in 1994 - in the last year of the model's production!
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