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Via @carthrottlenews - Excuse us if we’re feeling a bit faint. Pagani has taken the wraps off the Huayra Roadster and its epic 760bhp V12. - As with the hard-top, the Huayra sits on a monocoque made of the coolest-sounding material in the world, carbotanium, but it skims knowledge gained from the ballistic Huayra BC project to improve outright performance. - Check out these numbers. It’s actually 80kg lighter than the coupe, it’s going to be 3.0 seconds or so to the 62mph benchmark, not much more to hit 100mph and a top speed somewhere in the region of LOTS. The 380mm brakes are as big as some superminis’ wheels and the staggeringly gorgeous forged aluminium wheels measure 20 inches at the front and 21 at the back. - New suspension components are mostly responsible for the weight saving. They are made out of a Pagani-developed lightweight aluminium alloy it calls HiForg, which cuts 25 per cent out of each piece’s weight. - The engine is a bespoke V12 built by Mercedes-AMG, with two turbos pushing torque all the way up to 737lb ft. - More numbers. The Huayra Roadster only weighs about as much as an Audi TT, at 1280kg, and with the benefit of new aero flaps at both ends, which optimise downforce both on the road and the track, it can achieve lateral G-force measuring 1.8G. Yes, really. - To reach 1G lateral acceleration on the road you need a great car, ultimate confidence in the surface and a bucket of bravery pills, so 1.8G is likely to apply to the track, where it’s well beyond the understanding of mere mortals. And, for that matter, all the sickeningly rich people who’ve bought one of the 100 that will be built. - Obviously they’ve all already sold at the asking price of about £1.93 million. Did we also mention that it’s incredibly, breath-stealingly stunning? If you ever see one on the road it might just be the greatest moment of your life.: NEWS Pagani Has Unveiled The Staggeringly Beautiful And Sensationally Fast Huayra Roadster Via @carthrottlenews - Excuse us if we’re feeling a bit faint. Pagani has taken the wraps off the Huayra Roadster and its epic 760bhp V12. - As with the hard-top, the Huayra sits on a monocoque made of the coolest-sounding material in the world, carbotanium, but it skims knowledge gained from the ballistic Huayra BC project to improve outright performance. - Check out these numbers. It’s actually 80kg lighter than the coupe, it’s going to be 3.0 seconds or so to the 62mph benchmark, not much more to hit 100mph and a top speed somewhere in the region of LOTS. The 380mm brakes are as big as some superminis’ wheels and the staggeringly gorgeous forged aluminium wheels measure 20 inches at the front and 21 at the back. - New suspension components are mostly responsible for the weight saving. They are made out of a Pagani-developed lightweight aluminium alloy it calls HiForg, which cuts 25 per cent out of each piece’s weight. - The engine is a bespoke V12 built by Mercedes-AMG, with two turbos pushing torque all the way up to 737lb ft. - More numbers. The Huayra Roadster only weighs about as much as an Audi TT, at 1280kg, and with the benefit of new aero flaps at both ends, which optimise downforce both on the road and the track, it can achieve lateral G-force measuring 1.8G. Yes, really. - To reach 1G lateral acceleration on the road you need a great car, ultimate confidence in the surface and a bucket of bravery pills, so 1.8G is likely to apply to the track, where it’s well beyond the understanding of mere mortals. And, for that matter, all the sickeningly rich people who’ve bought one of the 100 that will be built. - Obviously they’ve all already sold at the asking price of about £1.93 million. Did we also mention that it’s incredibly, breath-stealingly stunning? If you ever see one on the road it might just be the greatest moment of your life.

Via @carthrottlenews - Excuse us if we’re feeling a bit faint. Pagani has taken the wraps off the Huayra Roadster and its epic 760bhp V12...

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Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (slightly) new face and a new heart. - The ‘heart’ in question is the overhauled 2.5-litre, turbocharged inline-five first seen in the TT RS and the incoming RS3 saloon, putting out 395bhp and 354lb ft - an increase of 33bhp and 11lb ft when compared to the old car. - It’s a lighter engine, shedding 33kg over the old unit thanks to an aluminium crankcase, among other things. There’s a new dual injection system too, plus a valvelift feature “for moderate fuel consumption at low and partial load as well as more spontaneous throttle response and a high level of tractive power at full load.” Lovely. - With its newfound power, the four-wheel drive RS3 Sportback will hit 62mph from rest in just 4.1 seconds - 0.1sec quicker than a Mercedes-AMG A45 and bang on the time of the RS3 saloon. The top speed mirrors the saloon too: it’s the usual 155mph electronic limiter, which can be bumped up to 174mph should you tick the right option box. - Compared to a boggo A3 Sportback the suspension is 25mm lower, with the track by 20mm at the front and the wheel arches flared to suit. The brake discs are 370mm whoppers at the front with eight piston callipers, with 310mm rotors squeezed by monoblock callipers at the rear. If you want posh carbon ceramics rotors, those are optional. - On the inside, you might notice the presence of Audi’s virtual cockpit system, which found its way into the rest of the A3 range last year. You might also notice the automatic gear selector: sorry guys, like the last RS3, it’s powered by a seven-speed ‘S Tronic’ dual-clutch transmission only. - The car will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.: NEWS Audi ha revealed a facelifted RS3, packing the updated 2.5-litre inline-five fromthe RS3 Saloon and TT RS Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (slightly) new face and a new heart. - The ‘heart’ in question is the overhauled 2.5-litre, turbocharged inline-five first seen in the TT RS and the incoming RS3 saloon, putting out 395bhp and 354lb ft - an increase of 33bhp and 11lb ft when compared to the old car. - It’s a lighter engine, shedding 33kg over the old unit thanks to an aluminium crankcase, among other things. There’s a new dual injection system too, plus a valvelift feature “for moderate fuel consumption at low and partial load as well as more spontaneous throttle response and a high level of tractive power at full load.” Lovely. - With its newfound power, the four-wheel drive RS3 Sportback will hit 62mph from rest in just 4.1 seconds - 0.1sec quicker than a Mercedes-AMG A45 and bang on the time of the RS3 saloon. The top speed mirrors the saloon too: it’s the usual 155mph electronic limiter, which can be bumped up to 174mph should you tick the right option box. - Compared to a boggo A3 Sportback the suspension is 25mm lower, with the track by 20mm at the front and the wheel arches flared to suit. The brake discs are 370mm whoppers at the front with eight piston callipers, with 310mm rotors squeezed by monoblock callipers at the rear. If you want posh carbon ceramics rotors, those are optional. - On the inside, you might notice the presence of Audi’s virtual cockpit system, which found its way into the rest of the A3 range last year. You might also notice the automatic gear selector: sorry guys, like the last RS3, it’s powered by a seven-speed ‘S Tronic’ dual-clutch transmission only. - The car will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (sl...

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Via @carthrottlenews - If you were to ask us which of the cars we drove in 2016 sounded the best, the answer would be easy: it’s the Aston Martin Vanquish S. - Gaydon’s ageing but glorious 5.9-litre V12 sounds better than ever in the tweaked Vanq thanks to a new stainless steel exhaust, and now, you have the option of lopping the roof off to soak up even more N-A noise. - It’s powered by the same 595bhp, lightly fettled 5.9-litre V12 as found in the coupe, and has that all-important new quad-exhaust we like so much. As with the coupe, it also gets new gearbox software for the eight-speed ZF-sourced, transaxle-mounted automatic, plus revised suspension. - Further mirroring the coupe, the Volante S has been treated to a smattering of carbonfibre trim pieces, including a new rear diffuser and front splitter sections. - There’s no word on how much it’ll cost just yet, but expect a small bump over the £199,950 charged for the coupe.: HH NEWS The Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante Is V12 Beauty That'll Make Your Ears Happy Via @carthrottlenews - If you were to ask us which of the cars we drove in 2016 sounded the best, the answer would be easy: it’s the Aston Martin Vanquish S. - Gaydon’s ageing but glorious 5.9-litre V12 sounds better than ever in the tweaked Vanq thanks to a new stainless steel exhaust, and now, you have the option of lopping the roof off to soak up even more N-A noise. - It’s powered by the same 595bhp, lightly fettled 5.9-litre V12 as found in the coupe, and has that all-important new quad-exhaust we like so much. As with the coupe, it also gets new gearbox software for the eight-speed ZF-sourced, transaxle-mounted automatic, plus revised suspension. - Further mirroring the coupe, the Volante S has been treated to a smattering of carbonfibre trim pieces, including a new rear diffuser and front splitter sections. - There’s no word on how much it’ll cost just yet, but expect a small bump over the £199,950 charged for the coupe.

Via @carthrottlenews - If you were to ask us which of the cars we drove in 2016 sounded the best, the answer would be easy: it’s the Asto...

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Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, more details emerging about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and now this: the 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang. - As with the last Super Snake Mustang from Shelby American, the 50th Anniversary car straps a supercharger to the familiar 5.0-litre Coyote V8 to push the eight-cylinder anger well beyond 600bhp. It’s good for 660bhp in ‘standard’ guise, although if you tick the right options (which you absolutely should), that jumps to 740bhp. Lovely. - Thankfully, Shelby hasn’t just chucked a load of power to the rear wheels and left it at that. The 50th also gets upgraded brakes in the form of six-piston front-four-piston rear callipers from Wilwood, along with a new ducting to keep them cool. - The suspension has been given a thorough working over with new dampers, springs, anti-roll bars and bushes, while the exterior has been treated to a whole host of angrier body parts. Plus a smattering of 50th Anniversary badges, obviously. - Naturally this doesn’t come cheap: the total cost including the standard Mustang donor car comes to $69,995, before you tick that 740bhp option. But for a proper Shelby-tuned pony car with a silly power output and an enviable parts list, perhaps that’s not so bad.: HH NEWS The 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang IS A 740bhp Monster Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, more details emerging about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and now this: the 50th Anniversary Shelby Super Snake Mustang. - As with the last Super Snake Mustang from Shelby American, the 50th Anniversary car straps a supercharger to the familiar 5.0-litre Coyote V8 to push the eight-cylinder anger well beyond 600bhp. It’s good for 660bhp in ‘standard’ guise, although if you tick the right options (which you absolutely should), that jumps to 740bhp. Lovely. - Thankfully, Shelby hasn’t just chucked a load of power to the rear wheels and left it at that. The 50th also gets upgraded brakes in the form of six-piston front-four-piston rear callipers from Wilwood, along with a new ducting to keep them cool. - The suspension has been given a thorough working over with new dampers, springs, anti-roll bars and bushes, while the exterior has been treated to a whole host of angrier body parts. Plus a smattering of 50th Anniversary badges, obviously. - Naturally this doesn’t come cheap: the total cost including the standard Mustang donor car comes to $69,995, before you tick that 740bhp option. But for a proper Shelby-tuned pony car with a silly power output and an enviable parts list, perhaps that’s not so bad.

Via @carthrottlenews - It’s been a pretty big week for shouty American cars with V8s. We had the news about the Ford Mustang facelift, mo...

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Via @carthrottlenews - We’ve had a little time to get used to the sixth-gen Mustang’s new look thanks to a leak earlier today, but now Ford has given the refreshed pony its full reveal. - So, what’s new? Quite a lot, it turns out. For starters there’s the redesigned front end that’s already the talk of the Internet, plus the new hood scoops, rear light bars and rear wing. But the changes are more than skin deep, with Ford festooning the Mustang with a lot more tech than it had previously. - We’ve always found the Mustang’s suspension to be lacking finesse, but that’s now been addressed with ‘MagnaRide’ adaptive dampers, available with the Performance Pack. Next up on the menu is the optional active exhaust, which will let you decide exactly how shouty the GT version’s 5.0-litre V8 is. - In the cabin meanwhile, you’ll find that the old physical dials are gone. They’re replaced with an all-new digital dash centred around 12-inch LCD screen. - In addition to the optional adaptive dampers, all models get new shock absorbers, a new cross-axis joint at the rear and new stabiliser bars. According to Ford, all that should “bring sharper response and handling.” - In terms of engine line-up, the big news is that the 3.7-litre V6 is no more. The range now consists of only the 2.3-litre Ecoboost and 5.0-litre V8 GT, with the latter engine receiving a few tweaks. It revs higher and is more powerful (although Ford hasn’t said by how much) thanks to a new high-pressure fuel injection system. - If you found the pre-facelift car’s colour pallette a little lacking, we have good news. The facelift brings the choice of more colours, plus 12 different wheel designs. Lovely. - Finally, the last big change for the Mustang is the new optional 10-speed automatic gearbox. It’s available on both the Ecoboost and GT, and comes with a set of steering wheel-mounted paddles. - The refreshed Mustang will be on sale in North America this autumn, arriving in Europe some time after.: HH NEW The 2018 Ford Mustang ls Here, With New Tech But No V6 Via @carthrottlenews - We’ve had a little time to get used to the sixth-gen Mustang’s new look thanks to a leak earlier today, but now Ford has given the refreshed pony its full reveal. - So, what’s new? Quite a lot, it turns out. For starters there’s the redesigned front end that’s already the talk of the Internet, plus the new hood scoops, rear light bars and rear wing. But the changes are more than skin deep, with Ford festooning the Mustang with a lot more tech than it had previously. - We’ve always found the Mustang’s suspension to be lacking finesse, but that’s now been addressed with ‘MagnaRide’ adaptive dampers, available with the Performance Pack. Next up on the menu is the optional active exhaust, which will let you decide exactly how shouty the GT version’s 5.0-litre V8 is. - In the cabin meanwhile, you’ll find that the old physical dials are gone. They’re replaced with an all-new digital dash centred around 12-inch LCD screen. - In addition to the optional adaptive dampers, all models get new shock absorbers, a new cross-axis joint at the rear and new stabiliser bars. According to Ford, all that should “bring sharper response and handling.” - In terms of engine line-up, the big news is that the 3.7-litre V6 is no more. The range now consists of only the 2.3-litre Ecoboost and 5.0-litre V8 GT, with the latter engine receiving a few tweaks. It revs higher and is more powerful (although Ford hasn’t said by how much) thanks to a new high-pressure fuel injection system. - If you found the pre-facelift car’s colour pallette a little lacking, we have good news. The facelift brings the choice of more colours, plus 12 different wheel designs. Lovely. - Finally, the last big change for the Mustang is the new optional 10-speed automatic gearbox. It’s available on both the Ecoboost and GT, and comes with a set of steering wheel-mounted paddles. - The refreshed Mustang will be on sale in North America this autumn, arriving in Europe some time after.

Via @carthrottlenews - We’ve had a little time to get used to the sixth-gen Mustang’s new look thanks to a leak earlier today, but now Fo...

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Via @carthrottlenews - Electric GT is looking to steal some of the Formula E hype and become the first all-electric GT series in the world. - The first season will begin later in 2017 with seven rounds and three non-championship races in the Americas. Now we’ve found out just what the Tesla Model S race car will be capable of. - The Model S in Electric GT trim will generate a staggering 778bhp from the P100D’s dual motors (seen as one of the main reasons why EGT switched to it from the P85+). - It’ll also go from 0-60mph in an electrifying (sorry) two second - a bonkers figure and will surely make race starts epic to watch. Performance over the regular P100D has been improved further by a huge amount of weight reduction (bro) - reportedly 500kg has been shifted by completing stripping out the cars. - The power unit is the same from the P100D - the only modifications are through weight loss inside the car, racing brakes, suspension and Pirelli slick tyres. - There’s also, of course, the new racing aero package, roll cage and that monstrous rear wing too. It’s one rapid racing machine and a looker too. We’re intrigued to see how Electric GT will fare when it arrives later in the year with its rookie season. - 20 drivers and 10 teams will compete, with a few drivers already joining the ‘Electric GT Driver’s Club’ (Formula E did something similar ahead of its first season too). - The seven European races will take place at the Nurburgring (Germany), Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain), Mugello (Italy), Brands Hatch (UK), Zandvoort (Netherlands), Estoril (Portugal) and Paul Ricard (France). - Race weekends will feature a 20-minute practice session, 30 minutes to qualify and two 60km races of electric GT-car action, one in the day and one at dusk (we can’t wait to see those photos!). - It’ll be streamed on YouTube, Twitch and Periscope too, so perfectly accessible and free to watch. Just what we like to hear!: HH NEWS Electric GT's Tesla Model S ls A 778bhp Racing Beast Via @carthrottlenews - Electric GT is looking to steal some of the Formula E hype and become the first all-electric GT series in the world. - The first season will begin later in 2017 with seven rounds and three non-championship races in the Americas. Now we’ve found out just what the Tesla Model S race car will be capable of. - The Model S in Electric GT trim will generate a staggering 778bhp from the P100D’s dual motors (seen as one of the main reasons why EGT switched to it from the P85+). - It’ll also go from 0-60mph in an electrifying (sorry) two second - a bonkers figure and will surely make race starts epic to watch. Performance over the regular P100D has been improved further by a huge amount of weight reduction (bro) - reportedly 500kg has been shifted by completing stripping out the cars. - The power unit is the same from the P100D - the only modifications are through weight loss inside the car, racing brakes, suspension and Pirelli slick tyres. - There’s also, of course, the new racing aero package, roll cage and that monstrous rear wing too. It’s one rapid racing machine and a looker too. We’re intrigued to see how Electric GT will fare when it arrives later in the year with its rookie season. - 20 drivers and 10 teams will compete, with a few drivers already joining the ‘Electric GT Driver’s Club’ (Formula E did something similar ahead of its first season too). - The seven European races will take place at the Nurburgring (Germany), Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain), Mugello (Italy), Brands Hatch (UK), Zandvoort (Netherlands), Estoril (Portugal) and Paul Ricard (France). - Race weekends will feature a 20-minute practice session, 30 minutes to qualify and two 60km races of electric GT-car action, one in the day and one at dusk (we can’t wait to see those photos!). - It’ll be streamed on YouTube, Twitch and Periscope too, so perfectly accessible and free to watch. Just what we like to hear!

Via @carthrottlenews - Electric GT is looking to steal some of the Formula E hype and become the first all-electric GT series in the worl...

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