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NonGeneva 2020: Supercars That Impress

NonGeneva 2020: Supercars That Impress
NonGeneva 2020: Supercars That Impress

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There will be no jokes about the first ever "non-Geneva" car show. And there will be luxurious sports and hyper cars that were supposed to be shown at the exhibition, but as a result they were presented only virtually. Who are these stars?

Bentley Mulliner Bacalar

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

Just imagine how this roofless roadster from Mulliner looks alive! Yes, yes, today we are talking about this studio in the context of improvements to production cars Bentley, but "Mulliner", celebrating its 123rd anniversary, is the oldest coachbuilder on the planet. A century ago, its workers manually created the bodies of carriages and cars, turning a production model into a one-off copy. Bacalar from the same opera.

On the basis and units of the open Continental GTC, Mulliner built an even more open version - with its own body panels and a strictly two-seater saloon. The first open Bentley for two (since 1930) received a six-liter W12 brought to 659 horsepower, and with it a price tag of one and a half million pounds. The entire batch of roadsters - and there will be only 12 of them - has already been pre-ordered and booked. Like a century ago, each of the dozen Bacalars is handcrafted.

McLaren 765LT

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

Index 765LT is not only about lightness of construction and speed, but also about circulation. The numbers 765 mean that there will be such McLaren … exactly 765. The coupe has lost almost a centner, and the dry weight is now some 1229 kilograms. In the matter of weight reduction, carbon, thinner glasses and titanium came in handy. By the way, the exhaust system created from light metal, if desired, can be made even easier by abandoning the ends of the pipes. How does it all go? The modified four-liter V8 produces … yes, exactly 765 forces, and paired with a rapid-fire gearbox accelerates the coupe to a hundred in 2.8 seconds, and in 7.2 seconds - up to 200 km / h. The speed ceiling is 330 km / h. Looking ahead - exactly the same as in the new "turbo" Porsche 911.

Porsche 911 Turbo S

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

Here it is - the newest 911 Turbo S. The 650-horsepower answer to everything and everyone, as well as the wildest Turbo in the history of the brand. Its 3.8-liter supercharged "boxer" develops 800 Nm, and the four-wheel drive and an inch larger rear wheels allow a bullet up to a hundred in an incredible 2.7 seconds - two tenths faster than itself in the last generation. The Turbo S will accelerate from standstill to 200 km / h in 8.9 seconds, which is noticeably slower than the McLaren - but he is noticeably more powerful. However, Porsche does not deprive the driver of comfort or luxury for the sake of weight loss. And, of course, if you don't like a coupe, then you can take a convertible with an open top and almost the same dynamics.

AlfRomeo GiuliGran Tourismo Allegerita

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

Would you like to have a standard GT sedan or an extra peppery GTAm? Both the one and the other will be served in carbon, with active aerodynamics, a bi-turbo "six" with a capacity of 540 horses, a rigid suspension and a lightweight body. But if the first (GTA) is mostly intended for everyday use, then the second (with the letter "m") is a piece for the track. He has a roll cage instead of the rear seats, and places for fire extinguishers are provided. Of course, AlfRomeo is not going to churn out such sedans in the thousands: they will assemble 500 cars in total.

Morgan plus four

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

The main, deafening, chilling news from Morgan: the famous roadster has finally moved into the new century by … replacing the nameplate: from four in the form of a number to four in words. Well, good, good: there are a little more changes (including structural ones), just in 2020 we are again talking about a car with an ash body frame.

Under the hood of Plus Four - no joke here, for the first time - a four-cylinder BMW turbo engine with 258 forces was placed, with which the acceleration time to hundreds was 4.8 seconds. Agree, worthy for a car with a wooden skeleton. Orders are already being accepted.

Czinger 21C

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

To the question "What a miracle?" the answer is: it is originally from California, printed on a 3D printer, but very powerful and fast. A hybrid setup with a revving 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 and a pair of electric motors produces something like 1,250 horses. And this is more than enough to accelerate to the first hundred in a couple of seconds.Even faster: from zero to 100 km / h, the two-seater Czinger 21C promises to accelerate in 1.9 seconds! Need more cool numbers? According to the creators, the car is capable of driving up to 432 kilometers per hour, as well as performing the familiar exercise from Koenigsegg tests 0-300-0 km / h in just 29 seconds.

Koenigsegg Gemera

NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress
NonGeneva 2020: supercars that impress

And, by the way, about the creation of Christian von Königsegg: it seems that the guys in Sweden have finally gone crazy and released a family variation of the Jesko hypercar. The novelty calls itself Gemera, has two rows of seats (with just a couple of lifting doors) and a capacity of 1,724 horses! And to finish off the imagination, realize that a three-cylinder turbo engine with a volume of 2 liters without valves has been chosen for the role of the main one in the power plant! Koenigsegg even coined a name for him: Tiny Friendly Giant. Will you translate yourself?

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