The hot new executive saloon is set to challenge the Porsche Taycan with a 600bhp-plus drivetrain and oodles of pace, exclusivity and refinement.
The electric limo is due in 2022 and will be one of AMG’s most ambitious electric vehicles to date. We have all the details in this week’s mag.
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Meanwhile, McLaren has begun developing a hybrid successor to its P1 hypercar, expected in 2024, the all-new electric Jaguar XJ has been spotted undergoing winter testing and Tesla has begun deliveries of its model Y SUV, despite the US car industry being in shutdown due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In the UK, car makers are being recruited to build ventilators, as the NHS struggles to cope with the outbreak. The Government is in talks with over 60 companies including Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, Honda and Vauxhall. We hear from the companies involved.
Finally, we take a look at Aston Martin’s finances. A £182 million investment from billionaire Lawrence Stroll looks to have righted the ship for a while. But is this really a turning point for the British marque, or are its troubles just beginning?