If you’re looking for the latest in sports car news, look no further than our coverage of the Toyota GR Corolla, the Porsche Taycan sedan, the Audi e-Tron GT, and the electric 911. We’ll also look at what Volkswagen and McLaren are up to with their electric versions of the 911. Whatever you’re looking for in sports car news, you’ll likely find it here. And don’t worry – we’ve got plenty of other stories as well.
Toyota’s GR Corolla
The latest Toyota sports car news is geared towards enthusiasts who are looking for performance and handling. The new 2023 GR Corolla will feature an AWD and a turbocharged 1.6-liter three-cylinder engine. The company also plans to release a limited-edition version with a more aggressive appearance, dubbed the Circuit Edition. It will also feature a redshift knob signed by Toyota’s Master Driver, Akio Toyoda.
Porsche’s Taycan sedan
The Porsche Taycan is the latest addition to the Porsche lineup of electric cars. Its performance equipment is carried over from the Taycan Turbo S model. The GTS model gets unique chassis tuning and powertrain calibration. Its infotainment system includes enhanced voice commands and an updated operating system. It is equipped with Android Auto, which joins Apple CarPlay and Apple’s CarPlay Connectivity. The Taycan will also get a new color scheme, with ’90s- inspired shades such as blue, white, and yellow.
Audi’s e-Tron GT
The latest sports car news from Audi is that the e-Tron GT is a luxury electric vehicle that delivers on its promise of performance and style. This four-door, fully electric vehicle will be more powerful than its rivals and will offer a range of over 200 miles. It will also offer impressive technology and a comfortable ride. Although some rivals are more fuel-efficient and spacious, the e-Tron GT is still a more efficient choice than any gas-powered vehicle.
McLaren’s electric 911
After releasing their first hybrid model, McLaren has taken the next step toward the production of a fully electric 911. The McLaren 570S sports car will have 710bhp and 568lb-ft of torque. This new sports car weighs 1359kg and can hit 62mph in just over three seconds. McLaren is also planning to sell the electric version of the Porsche 911 Turbo in Europe.
Venom F5 hypercar
Hennessey is preparing to reveal the Venom F5 hypercar. The team has completed a two-year development and engineering phase. During this time, they have also built the car’s new carbon fiber chassis. The carbon fiber frame is both strong and lightweight and is capable of propelling the Venom F5 to speeds of over 500 km/h. Moreover, its body and chassis are both built from carbon fiber, making it very easy to maintain the car’s low weight.