Bugatti’s one-off Chiron Profilée went under the hammer at auction in Paris this week and ended up selling for double its pre-auction estimate. The final price paid, including the buyer’s premium, was over $10 million, making it the most expensive new car ever sold at auction.
McLaren’s successor to the 720S is due to be unveiled later this year and word on the road is that it will be called the 750S. In line with McLaren’s alphanumeric naming strategy, the 750S name implies that the car will produce 750 hp, or about 740 hp.
Porsche is working on a mid-cycle update for its electric sedan and Taycan station wagon, and a prototype for the former has been spotted. There will be new technology in the headlights and rumors also point to the availability of a new performance flagship.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s auto news right here at Motor Authority.
The one-off Bugatti Chiron Profilée fetches a record $10.7 million at auction
The McLaren 750S is due out this fall to replace the 720S
2024 Porsche Taycan spy footage
2023 Volvo C40 Recharge purely electric
Nissan electric sports car concept headline at sustainable mobility event
GM CEO: Flexible on battery cells in the EV ramp
Ferrari patents a system that uses gas jets to increase performance
Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivan recalled due to loss of engine performance
Volvo is reportedly planning 6 electric vehicles by 2026
The Kansas legislature wants to tax public charging of electric vehicles