Achieving the title of “fastest production car” is not as easy as strapping a rocket to a vehicle and sending it down the longest runway you can find.
Anything that bears the prancing horse logo is going to be much, much more powerful than most other things on the road at any given time.
Hennessey Performance is known for its Venom GT, a car built to break speed records.
Thanks to two electrically driven axels, the all-wheel-drive iX should be plenty thrilling to drive as BMW promises a 0–100 km/h sprint in under five seconds.
Over at Cadillac, there’s a whole different conversation going on about lighting.
While Ducati is finding inspiration from Lamborghini, the latter is doing the same (as always) from the race track.
Both Lamborghini and Ducati have seen impressive product debuts and feel more relevant than ever before.
With its latest initiatives, BMW has singled out all the speed-seeking nuts out there.
Brabus creates the Rocket 900 by taking the already quick Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S four-door and exposing it to the same gamma radiation that causes Dr. Bruce Banner to transform into the Hulk.