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The track-focused Bugatti Bolide is headed to production, the automaker confirmed Friday at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, one of the many events that comprise Monterey Car Week. Production will be limited to 40 units, each with an estimated price of about $4.7 million based on current exchange rates, Bugatti confirmed in a press release.
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The Lamborghini Countach is making a comeback, Lamborghini announced Monday via Twitter. The original Countach—which turned 50 in 2021—is an icon that helped define the modern supercar, but it’s unclear what form this new version will take. One possibility is that the new Countach will be one of two V-12 special editions launching in 2021,
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So, you have been watching the various auctions on TV for a few years and might have even attended an auction or two and have decided to sell a collector car at an auction. Is this the right decision and, if so, how should you go about it? To start, selling a collector car at
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The Wilderness adventure isn’t going to stop at the Outback. On Tuesday, Subaru confirmed the Wilderness lineup will expand by teasing another model. Though Subaru didn’t confirm it, the new model is a 2022 Forester Wilderness based on the images. Subaru didn’t say when the next Wilderness model will debut, but said we should stay
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Electric conversions of classic cars are becoming more common. The latest is from a UK-based firm called Electrogenic, which recently completed a 1971 Citroën DS EV conversion. Electrogenic removed the stock 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, and replaced it with a brushless electric motor that produces 120 hp and 173 lb-ft of torque, according to a company
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Mercedes-Benz will offer a Maybach-enhanced version of an upcoming electric crossover related to the EQS hatchback. The automaker released a teaser shot of the Maybach EQS crossover during a presentation on Thursday outlining its electric-vehicle strategy for the coming decade—a strategy that will include a switch to a full-electric lineup by 2030. We’ve already spotted
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