Aston Martin revealed this week The last DBS 770, is confirmed to be the ultimate DBS, at least for the time being. The sports car is a 759-horsepower version of the automaker’s twin-turbo V-12 engine and is limited to 499 units, all of which have already gone on sale.
Spy photo of Aston Martin DB11 facelift 2024 – Image source: Baldauf
Another Aston Martin in this week’s headlines is DB11, is set to have a fresh look inside and out. An updated grand tourer prototype has been spotted ahead of its expected launch later this year.
Lincoln Aviator facelift 2024 spy photo – Photo credit: Baldauf
Lincoln was also out check out an updated Aviator. Spy shots of a prototype reveal many of the changes going on.
Pagani Huayra Codalunga
Pagani has a long-tailed version of Huayra called Codalunga. Only five will be built and a second model was revealed this week.
Ferrari F40 1990 formerly owned by Toto Wolff – Photo source: Tom Hartley Jnr.
After selling several supercars in his collection in 2021, Toto Wolff, the current Mercedes-Benz AMG Formula 1 team captain, is now selling another. This time a Ferrari F40 with less than 3,500 miles on the clock.
Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray 2024
Chevrolet unveils ‘first electric Vette in the form of a 2024 Corvette E-Ray. The sports car combines a V-8 engine with a single electric motor for a total output of 655 hp.
2023 Genesis G90
One of the vehicles we tested this week is redesigned 2023 Genesis G90. The flagship sedan starts at nearly $90,000 but comes with a long list of standard features to help justify the high price tag.
Vanwall Vandervell WILL
And finally, the historic F1 team Vanwall could be back thanks to ByKolles, who are looking to race as Vanwall in the World Endurance Championship. Along with those plans, ByKolles also wanted to set up an auto business on Vanwall Road, starting with Vandervell electric hatch was revealed this week.