Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)

In February 2018, Porsche introduced the 991.2 generation 911 GT3 RS, which is equipped with a red line 9000 rpm horizontally opposed engine similar to the GT3 and RSR models. The modification of the body aerodynamics package provides more downforce than the previous generation. On April 18, 2018, 991.2 GT3 RS ran 6:56.4 on the Nurburgring North Ring circuit and became the third Porsche mass production to run 7 points in New North, following the 918 Spyder and 991 GT2 RS. car.

Ferrari 488 Pista

In March 2018, Ferrari launched the 488 Series Ultimate Performance Model 488 Pista at the Geneva Motor Show. Compared to the GTB, Pista loses 90kg, the 3.9L V8 twin-turbo engine can output 720ps, and the vehicle-to-power ratio is 1.92/1. The body aerodynamic design and the new slip angle control system provide it with no more. Compared to the dynamic performance of high-speed bending. On the Fiorano circuit, 488 Pista ran 1'21.50, the same as the 812 Superfast.

Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé

In March 2018, Mercedes-Benz launched a four-door version of its AMG GT at the Geneva Motor Show. As the first four-door sports car from Affalterbach, the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé series was given the mission of “the first AMG that can be used to buy food”. From the entry-level Mercedes-AMG GT 43 4MATIC+ to the more powerful GT63 (585PS) and GT63S (639PS), and the upcoming hybrid version of the GT73, AMG continues to interpret the definition of a violent gentleman with practical action. In October 2018, the GT 63S ran 7:25.41 in New North, becoming the newest four-door four-seat production car.

McLaren 600LT

In June 2018, McLaren officially released the 570S series ultimate performance version 600LT, which was influenced by F1 GTR and 675LT. The 600LT is McLaren's third production car that has undergone long tail shape modification (the body has increased by 73.7mm). ), 600LT weighs only 1247kg, 3.8T V8 can output 600PS, and was officially mass-produced in October 2018.

BMW 8 Series

In June 2018, BMW announced the BMW 6 Series successor series, the BMW 8 Series, in Le Mans 24 hours a day, representing the first return of the 8 Series after 19 years. The 8 Series is a luxury large GT. The fastest version of the M850i ​​xDrive is currently equipped with a 4.4L N63B44TU3 V8 twin-turbo engine that delivers 523hp and accelerates 3.7s per 100km. In addition, the 8 Series also introduced a diesel version of the 840d xDrive.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

In June 2018, Aston Martin launched the front V12 flagship GT DBS Superleggera. Although it has a deep relationship with DB11, its muscle-like shape makes it strongly contrast with DB11. The 5.2L V12 twin-turbo engine is capable of outputting 725ps, accelerating 3.2s per 100km and 340kph per hour.

McLaren Speedtail

In October 2018, McLaren released the third heavyweight model of the McLaren Ultimate Series, the successor of the F1, Speedtail. Speedtail represents a model of modern wind tunnels, the most eye-catching place is its long tail design. Speedtail uses a hybrid system, and McLaren has not announced the specific parameters of the power unit, but it is known to output 772kW. The car is expected to be officially mass-produced in 2019.

Audi R8

In October 2018, Audi announced the 2019 second-generation R8 facelift online, which is extremely aggressive compared to the original model.

Performance has also been improved, with an acceleration of up to 3.1s per 100km. Combining internal and external public opinion, this R8 is likely to be the final work of the R8 series. Although Audi will not give up the sports car market, the R8 figure is about to leave us.

Porsche 911 Carrera S (992)

In November 2018, Porsche launched the latest generation of the 911 series at the Los Angeles Auto Show. As the first model of the 992, the Carrera S and Carrera 4S are equipped with a 3.0L twin-turbo horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine and an 8-speed PDK transmission, 3.7s (Sport Chrono Package 3.5s), and the body shape has been redesigned. Formally mass production in 2019.

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