Lamborghini is the latest supercar maker to pivot from screaming V12 combustion engines to electric.
As Apple plots a foray into the car market, it could adopt a similar strategy to the iPhone – working with a lesser known contract manufacturer – after talks with some brand name car makers stalled.
When manufacturers are unveiling cars that can’t be driven for years to come, and the very people able to afford them are over the hype anyway, it raises the question: have we reached peak supercar?
A red 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO owned by a former Microsoft employee sold for $48.4-million (about R690-million) on Saturday in California, the most ever paid for a classic car at auction.
Ferrari will make a battery-powered supercar to challenge Tesla at the high end of the electric-auto market, CEO Sergio Marchionne said. The race-car maker, spun off from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has been expanding its line-up