BMW 3.0 CSL, De Tomaso P900: This week’s top photos
BMW this week unveiled a modern interpretation of its iconic 3.0 CSL. The new version is based on the 4-series platform and combines BMW’s most powerful production in-line 6-series with rear-wheel drive and a 6-speed manual gearbox.
Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo concept
Ferrari unveiled a Vision Gran Turismo concept. The design is a wild single-seater with a V-6 engine and three electric motors delivering a combined output of almost 1,400 horsepower.
Lightyear 0 production at Valmet Automotive in Finland
Dutch EV startup Lightyear marked the start of production of its first vehicle, a streamlined hatchback with solar panels. The solar panels can charge the battery on sunny days, with Lightyear estimating some owners may not need to charge their electric cars for months.
2023 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter AWD
Mercedes-Benz sells a passenger car version of its full-fledged Sprinter van with all-wheel drive. We tested one and found it to be extremely capable both on and off the road.
2022 Ford Bronco Raptor
Another vehicle we tested was the Ford Bronco Raptor. The high-performance off-roader combines a 418-hp twin-turbo V-6 with the suspension of the larger F-150 Raptor, allowing it to handle speeds in excess of 100 mph over virtually any terrain.
The Tomaso P900
Finally, De Tomaso unveiled a successor to his stunning P72 supercar in the form of the equally stunning P900 hypercar. The newcomer packs a V-12 well for 888 horsepower, and only 18 examples are destined for production.