This is a big one: Lexus is set to publicly debut its all-electric supercar, which will serve as a successor to the Lexus LFA. With a 2030 launch planned, production is still distant – but the Japanese luxury car maker has promised a concept version will be on full display. We might hear some technical figures too. 

Lucid Air

Lucid’s Tesla Model S rival, priced from around £40,000, will be making its first UK appearance at Goodwood. It has a range of more than 500 miles, but its party piece is its acceleration: the Air can cover a quarter-mile sprint in as little as 9.9sec, making it the first electric saloon to break the 10-second barrier, and adds that it can achieve this feat on a “consistent, repeatable basis”. 

Mercedes-AMG GT63 S E Performance

Source link

Load More By Michael Smith
Load More In Automotive
Comments are closed.

Check Also

China’s Baidu plans to develop its own ChatGPT-like AI bot for search in March

Chinese search giant Baidu Inc. intends to launch its own ChatGPT-like artificial intellig…