The Goodwood Festival of speed is dominating the scene this week, major car makers are gearing up to show off their latest creations.
#1 Polestar 5 Prototype Will Make Debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed
The Polestar 5 is coming!
The Polestar 5 will be the first car to be unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and it's expected to arrive in the showrooms of dealerships in 2024. The prototype run up the hill during the festival and will have a space at First Glance Paddock so that you can get an up-close look at how this car looks and feels to drive.
#2 Bentley Flying Spur S Debuts in Photos Before Public Premiere at Goodwood
The Flying Spur S has been unveiled.
The sedan will debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where it will be shown alongside the Continental GT Speed.
The Flying Spur S features black trim for the grille, lower fascia, side inlets, and mirror caps. Window surrounds and rear bumper accents are also detailed in this model.
An S badge on the front fenders indicates that this is a special edition model. The headlights and taillights have tinted lenses and an option for adaptive cruise control is available.
#3 Suzuki Alto Lapin LC Debuts as a Cute Kei Car
When you're looking for a new car, you want it to look good, feel good, and most of all—be functional. But what if that small little vehicle could be both cute AND functional?
Japan's Kei-class cars are small and cute, but they also have the ability to perform quite well on the road. One example of this is the new Suzuki Alto Lapin LC.
Even more adorable than its predecessor, this car has a narrow slit that gives it an even more delicate appearance. The headlights now have chrome trim rings as well.
#4 VW ID. Buzz GTX Officially Announced
Volkswagen is looking to expand its sporty EV portfolio with a future expansion of its sports car line.
The automaker will add the GTX treatment to all future electric vehicles from the ID. lineup, including the ID.3 and ID. Buzz, according to a report by Car and Driver.
The automaker will offer a GTX variant for every ID. model in the future from the ID.3 to the ID. Buzz."
#5 Ferrari Purosangue SUV Confirmed for September Debut
This September, Ferrari will finally launch its first-ever SUV.
This is something the brand has been working on for a while, but it has so far been reluctant to embrace. The company's CEO, Sergio Marchionne, has said that the SUV would not be released until Ferrari had a "market demand" for it.
Now it seems that demand is indeed there: The new SUV will be powered by a 599-horsepower V12 engine and will be limited to shipments of below 20 percent of total annual deliveries.
The Italian brand continues to refrain from using the SUV in its lineup despite it being well-received by customers around the world.
#6 Citroën My Ami Buggy Debuts as Cute, Rugged Limited-Production EV
The Citroën My Ami Buggy Concept is a limited edition of just 50 units, and it's going to be sold exclusively online starting on June 21.
This concept features a dark green body and bright yellow accents, with bronze-colored steel wheels and black center caps. The doors are tubular.
If you're interested in purchasing one of these cars, you'll need to act fast. Only 50 units will be available by the time they go on sale. This is because they're being made as part of Citroën's brand-new concept car line, which is designed to show off what their cars can do, even in daily use situations while also having a limited production run so that they don't become outdated too quickly.
#7 Peugeot 408 Teased Ahead of June 22 Full Debut
Peugeot has entered the popular coupe-SUV segment with the launch of the all-new 408 which will be available in showrooms from mid-June.
The 408 is completely different from the 408-sedan unveiled by Peugeot for the Chinese market recently. The new car has a rear roofline that's higher than that of its sedan sibling, and it also has larger wheels, which are likely to be seen on all versions of the car.
But Peugeot says it is “a dynamic fastback saloon with an elevated body and large wheels”, and that it will offer customers “a new level of comfort and confidence in the road”. The company has also said that its “customer satisfaction was key in designing this new model” because they wanted to create a car that would appeal to those who want a high-riding saloon but don't want to sacrifice comfort or safety.
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