Aston Martin unveiled the DBS 770 Ultimate this week, considered the definitive DBS, at least for now. The car features a 759-hp version of the automaker’s twin-turbo V-12 and is limited to 499 units, all of which will be sold.
2024 Aston Martin DB11 facelift spy shots – Copyright: Baldauf
Another Aston Martin to grab the headlines this week was the DB11, which will get a new look inside and out. A prototype for the updated grand tourer has been spotted ahead of an expected debut later this year.
2024 Lincoln Aviator facelift spy footage – Copyright: Baldauf
Lincoln also tested an updated aviator. Spy footage of a prototype shows many of the changes taking place.
Pagani Huayra Codalunga
Pagani has a long-tail version of its Huayra called the Codalunga. Only five will be built and the second example was unveiled this week.
1990 Ferrari F40 formerly owned by Toto Wolff – Copyright: Tom Hartley Jnr.
After selling a handful of supercars from his collection in 2021, Toto Wolff, the current boss of the Mercedes-Benz AMG Formula 1 team, is now selling another. This time it’s a Ferrari F40 with less than 3,500 miles on the clock.
2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray
Chevrolet introduced its first electrified Vette in the form of the 2024 Corvette E-Ray. The sports car combines a V-8 with a single electric motor for a combined 655 hp.
2023 Genesis G90
One of the vehicles we tested this week was the redesigned 2023 Genesis G90. The flagship sedan starts at nearly $90,000 but has a long list of standard features to justify the steep price tag.
Finally, historic F1 team Vanwall may be poised for a comeback thanks to ByKolles looking to compete as Vanwall in the World Endurance Championship. Concurrent with these plans, ByKolles also wants to launch a vanwall road car business, starting with the electric hot hatch Vandervell S, which was unveiled this week.