Buyers of the new Chevrolet Corvette Z06 will soon be able to build their own engines at the Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. This option will be expensive and is expected to differ from previous Engine-Building Experience programs run by the General Motors brands, as buyers will stay at one station instead of traveling with the engines. .
The historic French Delage brand has been revived and the first product is a hypercar dubbed the D12. The hypercar was first shown two years ago with a jet fighter-style roof, but now two convertible designs are on offer.
Ferrari’s Purosangue will be the first car with the new performance damper from Canada’s Multimatic. The damper enhances Multimatic’s already impressive spool valve design by adding an electric motor to drive the damper with more force.
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