Making A Holy Trinity For The 2020s.
What's gonna be the Holy Trinity for this decade?
The Holy Trinity is a revered moniker. For centuries, a select few are chosen to be a part of the... Holy Trinity.
Just kidding, lmao. It's nothing like that. But, the Holy Trinity IS a revered moniker- no doubt about that. The Holy Trinity for the previous decade consisted of:
The Mclaren P1, the Porsche 918 Spyder and the Ferrari LaFerrari.
But, what about this decade, Lukas Pukas?
Well, I'm here to answer that question. So, this is my prediction for the new Holy Trinity going into the 20s. The 21st century one, that is.
1. Aston Martin Valkyrie.
I believe the Hyper-Bond-Car is going to be a member of the new Holy Trinity. Armed to the teeth with a 6.5 liter NA V12 and some hybrid thingamajics that produces over 1100 hp, this is going to be one hell of a car. It's going to be a single car army- a carmy. The road car's production will be limited to 150 units at a unit price of $3 mil tho.
2. Mercedes-AMG Project ONE.
The main competitor to the Valkyrie, it's entry into the Holy Trinity was all but imminent. The powertrain of the ONE is expected to be rated at 637–1,039 hp through a hybrid drivetrain that shares many features with modern F1 cars. The car has five motors with different functions on board: one ICE engine and four electric motors. Yeah, this definitely deserved the spot.
3. Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
Now, this car doesn't scream "HOLYYYYYYYY TRINITYYYYYYYY" like the other two, but, then again, let's be honest, the 918 didn't too. But, just like the 918, it is a gloriously wonderful car once you get to really know it. The Stradale is equipped with three electric motors, adding a combined output of 217 hp to a twin-turbocharged V8 engine rated at a power output of 780 PS 769 hp at 7,500 rpm. The total result is 986 very Italian ponies.