Lexus has revealed a modernized version of its Lexus LF-LC hybrid concept. The largest alter to the design is the latest Opal Blue exterior color – along with Lexus, the fresh shade is inspired by the shiny color initiate in semi-precious opal stones in the Australian Outback. The hybrid concept system named Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive, features an Atkinson cycle engine which is mated to an advanced high-energy battery pack that is designed to transport greater power from a minor battery than those currently used in Lexus’ range of hybrid vehicles. Combined, the LF-LC Blue concept’s hybrid power train packs 500 horsepower, which is more than any other Lexus hybrid. LF-LC Blue is a preview of what the future may hold for sports cars.
McLaren has exposed its latest 12C Spider. McLaren has chosen for a retractable durable top, which the company says takes around 17 seconds to put up or down. The MP4-12C Spider also delights tenant to a power wind deflector that can be raised or lowered behind the seats. Like the completely covered MP4-12C, the McLaren 12C Spider Convertible is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine that will push it to 60 mph in less than 3.1 seconds. It tops off at 204 mph, a blinding speed that must feel exhilarating with the roof slid back. The convertible version of this new McLaren will begin shipping in November – be ready to spend $265,750 for the pleasure of ownership.
You are watching The 2014 Aston Martin AM 310 Vanquish. The 2014 Vanquish appear customary as a two-place vehicle, with voluntary 2+2 seating, with a 6.0-liter V12 engine drive out 565 hp, a Techtronic 2 six-speed mechanical that maintain the control force to the wheels for a 0-62 mph time of 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 183 mph. Other features include LED rear lighting, a more spacious cabin and boot, a refined, LED-laden interior, and sleek new carbon-fiber body, created by Design Director Marek Reichman and his team. Vanquish will go on sale in the U.S. in early 2013, priced from $279,995.