All you need to know about cars (and Motorsport) this week

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This week could be one of the most significant week for car lovers. From two long awaited cars being lauched to the Formula E title being decided, this week had it all. So here's a news-round up to keep you upto speed with the Motoring World.

The Lotus Evija is here

After waiting for a long long time, Lotus lovers got what they had been waiting for. Lotus has said goodbye to the gool ol' ICE days and has given us the Evija a 1,972bhp electric hypercar.

The new Corvette Stingray is here (and it is mid-engined)

Just like the Lotus, the Corvette came after a long wait. The engine, which is in the middle, is a 6.2-litre, naturally aspirated smallblock ‘LT2’ V8, which sends 495bhp and 470lb ft to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

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You can buy these two rally legends for the price of a new Civic Type R

The Civic Type R is a very good car, but when you can get two great cars for the price of two, its time for a big decision. Yes, An Evo VI Tommi Makinen and Impreza P1 are up for grabs. So the Civic Type R sales going down then?

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Say hello to the Hennessey Goliath 6X6

The Ultimate Goliath? The Goliath is Hennessey's answer to the Mercedes 6-wheel G Class. This will make Ford Raptor owners feel shy.

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Two new Audi RS Models will arrive this year

Yep, Audi has confirmed that six RS models (including two all-new RS models) will be out by this year. SIX!

Red Bull has done the fastest ever pit stop in F1 history

That is how you change four wheels of a car. After a number of DHL Fastest Pit Stop awards, Red Bull finally broke the fastest pit stop record by 0.01sec according to F1's official source.

Jean-Eric Vergne has won the 2018/19 Formula E world title

Jean-Eric Vergne became finished seventh in the New York E Prix and got his name written into the Formula E history books as he became the first ever Formula E Two-Time World Champion.

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