Taking the fight to McLaren, the Italian marque’s first supercar in almost two decades isn’t cheap, but with power coming from an own-design V6 and further convertible and electric models in the works, you can bet that it will find many eager buyers.
For the full lowdown of what we know about the once-in-a-generation model, pick up a copy of this week’s Autocar.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Elsewhere is this issue, we get our first clue at how Jaguar’s next-gen cars will look, courtesy of the refreshed F-Pace. Although evolutionary rather than revolutionary, it sets a precedent for future big cats according to the brand.
Perhaps you want something more retro? The Mini Moke is returning to the UK market for the first time in 56 years, giving quirk-loving petrolheads plenty to think about.
Meanwhile, for those more wedded to the modern touch, Lucid has revealed its new Air electric saloon, arriving to rival the Tesla Model S with up to 1065bhp and a claimed range of 517 miles. The new Hyundai Tuscon then covers all the angles - literally - with a bold, new sharp-edged look, new tech and a wide range of powertrains.
In other news, Skoda is planning a range of Enyaq iV electric models over the next few years as it looks to capitalise on the growing demand for EVs, while Nissan has revealed the long-awaited successor to the Z sports car, although we’re not sure all will be taken by it’s ‘interesting’ grille.
Subscription-based car use is a hot growth area and the theme for this week’s Business Section analysis piece. We hear why Volvo reckons Netflix-style have a bright future. Speaking of futures, what of the much loved but much vexed city car? Slight runarounds aren’t dead yet, but innovation is needed to secure their future, says Jim Holder.