Lamborghini has rolled out its most extreme model yet. The car is a new track machine based on the platform of the Aventador, and it produces 830 horsepower coupled with more downforce than a GT3 racer. It also has a custom Capristo exhaust so should sound amazing.
The Lexus LC is often overlooked in the luxury grand touring segment, but it’s one of the real stars. For 2021, Lexus improved the formula by adding a convertible option. We’ve just tested it and have only good things to say.
Maserati last year launched the Levante Trofeo complete with a 590-hp V-8. The Italian marque now plans to add Trofeo versions of the Ghibli and Quattroporte and these will likely pack the same V-8.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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