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The list of dreams: the 20 super sports cars that will arrive ready to break records


Electric motors and the goal of approaching 1,000 CV set the trend for the most radical innovations to come.

Although the automotive industry has never stopped looking ahead, the technological innovations it has incorporated in recent years have allowed it to make a very important leap in quality on all fronts, from comfort and connectivity to safety at the wheel and mechanics.

And in the sports car segment, that means pushing performance

boundaries that were unthinkable until recently.

Thus, within the field of the most exclusive launches, it is increasingly common to find

brands that develop engines above 1,000 CV, largely thanks to the support of electrical systems

, which are combined with the more traditional gasoline blocks.

And all of this, of course, translates into what matters: more and more power and, consequently, speed.

Companies like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ford or Aston Martin are following this path, where newer firms have also joined them, daughters of the 21st century revolution, which with self-confidence dare to compete for the throne based on daring proposals and a new look. about what a super sports car must have to be the best of all.

Big announcements in that direction are expected in the coming years, and a list of

the 20 most extreme cars

to follow closely in the future is already appearing:

1. Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio EV

Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

Although its exterior would respect a traditionally Italian silhouette, and more related to its current proposal for a four-door sedan than to a Formula 1 car, the truth is that under the hood this project for the future promises to give something to talk about, with a range that would be the icing on the cake. for dessert

a version above 1,000 CV.

And to top it off, emission free.

Stellantis' intention is for Alfa Romeo to be a 100% electric brand by the end of the decade, and this Giulia Quadrifoglio EV would be one of its first exponents.

But you will still have to be patient: it is not expected to see the light before 2025, at the earliest.

2. Aston Martin Valhalla

aston martin valhalla

The younger brother of the imposing Valkyrie is

getting closer to seeing the light

, but the latest confirmations guarantee that the little one will have nothing: its hybrid scheme is based on a 4.0 biturbo V8 of Mercedes-AMG origin and two electric motors that will provide 400 volts to, in short, touch (or even exceed) 1,000 CV.

aston martin valhalla

Front-wheel drive, a power-weight ratio of around 1.5 kilos and more than 650 kg of downforce at 240 km/h are some of the characteristics that invite you to get excited.

But everything has a price, of course: for now, the figure to get one of the 999 units that will be manufactured is part of the 800,000 euros.

3. Audi's electric supercar

Audi Electric Supercar

Although it almost certainly won't bear its name,

the 100% emission-free successor to the R8 seems to be getting closer

, with it expected to see the light of day around 2025.

There is still no official information about it, but in the future this launch, as it is a pure-blooded sports car, could comfortably displace the Audi e-tron GT RS from its position as the most powerful of the brand with the four rings: thanks to its entirely electric propulsion, the four-door sedan reaches peaks of 646 hp.

4. The Bugatti-Rimac hypercar

Symbols of the new firm: Bugatti Chirón and Rimac Nevera.

A society that promises to make people talk.

Although Rimac will continue to focus on the production of fully electric cars, he has other plans for the horseshoe brand: he finds his opportunity to design a combustion engine for the first time there, and he does not intend to miss it.


a high-performance hybrid hypercar is expected by 2027 to succeed the Bugatti Chiron

, which has just been fired with honors by the company's CEO, Mate Rimac.

"What they are going to see next year is crazy. I think the whole world will be amazed at what we have done," promised the young Croatian businessman.

5. Chevrolet Corvette EV

Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray.

As a good general brand, Chevrolet assured that it wants to bring electric vehicles to everyone, although that also includes those interested in the segment of the most powerful and exclusive supercars of all.

Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray.

After the good experience with the Corvette E-Ray hybrid, the novelty is that

an entirely electric Corvette is coming

into the model's catalogue, which would be released before 2025 and which, of course, would be a bomb: rumors speak of 1,000 hp from an 800 V electrical system and a charging capacity of up to 350 kW.

6.DeLorean Alpha5


With an eighties spirit and

all the mystique of Back to the Future in its favor

, this striking 5-meter-long sedan with gull-wing doors could be seen for the first time in public in 2022, during the traditional Pebble Beach automotive event.


Despite its large size, the brand, which resurfaced at the hands of the DeLorean Motor Company, anticipated that it will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds, achieving a maximum speed of 500 km/h and a very important range of 500 kilometers. , from a 100 kWh battery.


7. Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV

Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept

Unlike the almost science fiction proposal of many of the exponents on this list, Dodge's first electric muscle car appeals to a

rather retro aesthetic to go out and compete in such a tight market


Something that it will seek to complement with radical mechanics, which is expected to surpass the Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye with Jailbreak package, which reaches 818 CV and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds.

Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept

However, that need to remain related to the image of an American sports car also led them to make controversial decisions, such as a synthesized exhaust sound that sought, without success, to imitate the roar of an old-school V8.

An error that has apparently already been corrected and that paves the way for him in his quest to captivate the more traditional public.

8. Ferrari's electric supercar

A render of Ferrari's electric sports car (photo:

After several highly-received hybrid launches –including its first SUV, the Purosangue–,

2025 is the year in which the Prancing Horse will finally unveil its first 100% electric vehicle


Little is yet known about how this new experience for the brand will be shaped, but Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna anticipated that it will have a strong emotional component and a "unique" driving experience.

9. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

2022 Shelby Mustang GT500 and 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350.

There is still not much information about it, but there is a certainty: if the new Ford Mustang 2024 reaches 506 CV and 566 Nm of torque in its Darkhorse version – it is the most powerful 5.0 production engine in the brand's history -, The Shelby GT500 is expected to return and

live up to its legacy by doubling down


At the moment, the most powerful Shelby is the GT350, which mounted a flat 5.2-liter V8 engine that offers 533 CV and 481 Nm.

All numbers that invite you to get excited.

10. The successor to the Lamborghini Aventador

Tested in Sweden.

A few days ago he was seen with a discreet camouflage driving through snowy roads in northern Sweden, revealing much of his lines and confirming that his arrival is as imminent as supposed.

It arrives on the 60th anniversary of the brand.

Known behind closed doors as LB48H, what is known about the

new step of the house of Sant'Agata Bolognese towards the hybridization of its entire catalog

retains a huge question mark in the box of its motorization.

It is almost a fact that a typical V12 of the brand will be from the game, and although there is no data on its electrical complement, it is to be expected that the total combined power exceeds 800 CV.

11. Lexus LFA EV

The brand revives the name LFA to present this zero emissions that seeks to differentiate itself from the rest with a very striking proposal for an electric: a manual gearbox.

Or something like that.

The next super cars: Lexus LFA EV.

It was the chief engineer of Lexus Electrified, Takashi Watanabe, who confirmed that they are in the process of developing a simulation of this type of transmission, with the aim of

providing a more fun experience behind the wheel


The rest?

Pure power: accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2 seconds.

12. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT

Although it shares a platform with the new generation Mercedes-AMG SL, the latest leaked images prove that it is a sports car with its own identity, both aesthetically and in its behavior.

The next super cars: Mercedes-Benz AMG GT.

Although there is no information about its mechanics, everything indicates that the first versions will rely on a semi-hybrid scheme and not so much on a battery system.

And in this regard, a video of the car was released in the "Green Hell" of the Nürburgring, which allows you to clearly hear

the roar of what is surely a 4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine.

13. McLaren 750S

The next super cars: McLaren 750S.

The evolution of the 720S, discontinued in 2022, would debut this year in two variants: coupe and convertible.

And as his name implies, all under a block that

would deliver 750 CV of power

, a figure that leaves it closer to the McLaren 765LT –765 CV, of course– than initially thought.

14.Nissan R36 GT-R

Strictly speaking, nothing is defined, but the Max-Out concept unveiled these days revived

the hope of seeing the GT-R again in the catalog of the Japanese brand


The next super cars: Nissan R36 GT-R

Discontinued in Europe in 2022 due to the emission regulations that govern that continent, this novelty allows one to imagine that Nissan's promise of having a zero-emission GT-R is not that far from being realized.

15. Polestar O2 Convertible

Although there is a long way to go before it can be seen on the streets, the brand confirmed that the prototype will finally come out as a

production model under the name Polestar 6


Coming Super Cars: Polestar O2 Convertible

A convertible with a mid-engine and figures that promise a lot, but whose particular hallmark is neither more nor less than an autonomous drone that, integrated into the rear seats, can take off when the car is moving and accompany it to take ideal aerial shots for the holidays. social networks.

16. Porsche 911 Speedster

A convertible GT3, some say, based on its 4-liter 6-cylinder engine with improved power.

But what captivates is its aesthetics: classic lines of the range are complemented by a shorter and more inclined windscreen, and the final touch is given by the soft top, simple and light.

The next super cars: Porsche 911 Speedster-

It is expected in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show,

a meeting highly chosen by the German brand to publicize its great launches.

17. Porsche's electric hypercar

The Stuttgart house has another ace up its sleeve:

a hypercar that, in reality, is more of a project than a reality.

"They are always part of our strategy," said its CEO, Oliver Blume, although he immediately asked for caution: "Hypercars are going to have their role in the brand in the future, but nothing is defined yet."

The super cars to come: Porsche's electric hypercar

For now, this development is expected to be the successor to the 918 Spyder, and more than likely to be electric: one of Porsche's goals is that by 2030 more than 80% of the brand's annual sales come from zero products emissions.

18.Tesla Roadster

According to Tesla, the Roadster will be priced at $200,000.

The promise is that the production version

will be even more powerful than the prototype:

more than 400 km/h top speed and acceleration from 0 to 96 km/h in less than two seconds.

Elon Musk had said that the Roadster would be on sale in 2021. It did not arrive.

However, its arrival is still unknown, as it is being the victim of what is now a classic of the brand: the project is delayed.

Its first release date was scheduled for 2020, then for 2021… and so on.

19. Toyota Supra EV

This new fully electric generation of a sports car that is on the market today and is a great exponent of power is expected by 2025,

with BMW engines of up to 350 CV.

Coming Super Cars: Toyota Supra EV

The date is not random: in that year the brand will discontinue the current generation of the Supra, giving rise to a new era of motorization that could well coexist with gasoline and hybrid variants.

Another strong rumor: like the LFA, it could have a manual gearbox even in its electric variant.

20. Volkswagen's electric sports car

Another long-awaited product: after so many electric ones launched by the brand for daily life, expectations are growing for a zero-emissions pure power with the signature of the German brand.

And it may happen sooner than you think.

The super cars that come: Volkswagen's electric sports car

In the middle of a press release, VW left behind confirmation that it is

working on a powerful transmission system to apply to a sports car


And he also confirmed that it is possible to produce a car with these characteristics and 100% electric from its MEB platform, capable of having up to 500kW, which in horsepower is equivalent to about 680 CV.

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Source: clarin

All tech articles on 2023-03-03

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