The new and futuristic cars of 2019 start with our nation’s most compelling, capable, and ideal engineering feats


Listening to some, we will soon think of the past few years and the near future, the last quiet days when machines are driven. We get from you, our readers and colleagues feedback, coupled with a growing number of global mainstream narrative, illustrates the necessity of automobile is becoming more and more pessimistic view: a dominated by urban transport pod and carpooling projects of the world, of course, the darkest clouds above the car enthusiast community – no soul self-driving cars, it may bring us perfect area to the destination, but showed no signs of any passion to millions of like-minded auto workers together. Even those with good education scores, whose views are ubiquitous when it comes to predicting this Orwellian life, are, thankfully, far more than a few new and futuristic cars can give you peace of mind.

This year, we started our new and future car features with seven superactors because, well, # doesn’t have a car. From here, in the coming weeks, we’ll introduce you to what we think are the most interesting and meaningful vehicles. The best news: drivers need to pay close attention to the road and keep an eye on each of their controls.

“” senna is a whirlwind of g-forces, so, with its speed and braking ability, Krakatoa, in a lap or two, can easily turn a NASA astronaut into a trembling, chatty imitation of Linda Blair.” ” That’s what our Arthur st. Antoine said recently after driving senna on a few laps at British silverstone – when you look at the hardware McLaren blessed for senna, you’ll know he’s peddling a devastating car, not hyperbole. Don’t mistake senna for an upgraded 720s: cars share some basic hardware, but it’s a brand new car – the pinnacle of the McLaren ultimate series. The legal version used by senna on the street is limited to 500 copies, using the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged v-8 found in the 720s, but the improvement boosted production to 789 HP and 590 pounds. A slightly modified seven-speed dual-clutch shifter. Top speed is 211 MPH, but it’s not anything carbon fiber McLaren, named late three-time formula one champion Ayrton Senna, about. With its

active aerodynamics, almost 1,800 pounds of downforce, and 2,900 pounds of roadside weight, track daily cycle records should be scary. After driving it, we knew the f1 legend would be proud of the man with his name. And, if that’s still not enough for you, McLaren plans to build 75 of just 75 senna GTRS, which will run faster and cost about $1.4 million each. Not interested in senna, whose looks may not be everyone’s racing fuel? By the end of the year, we hope to see McLaren finally rolling out the much-discussed hybrid bp23 triple. See it as a modern follow-up to the legendary F1 supercar of the ’90s. It will land later this year.

Of course, ferrari and McLaren are famous teams that also make some of the best cars in the world, but what enthusiasts don’t want cars from a company still known for making top-of-the-line dedicated racing chassis, such as indycar’s now-ir-18? That’s the name of Italian construction worker Dallara, its first street nameplate. It’s a carbon fiber one-piece chassis covered with carbon body, and a available door free configuration (among other things) – you don’t want to add weight while adversely affecting aerodynamics, do you? No, you don’t. Speaking of Aero, up to 1,800 pounds, the downward force change means that the bending force could be over 2 grams, and the roughly 1,900-pound (dry weight) stradale also has 395 horsepower and 369 pound-feet, which is heavier than its 2.3-liter green four-cylinder. With a six-speed manual or single-clutch automatic transmission, it can reach speeds of 0-60 MPH in the low 3 second range. The bad news: Dallara isn’t willing to spend the tens of millions of dollars in licensing fees it has to sell in the United States.


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