The Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography gets a power overhaul courtesy of automotive tuning company Overfinch. This revamping from Overfinch gives the SUV a Velocity Final Edition touch up, combining it with a carbon fiber and “Fuji White” exterior.
Overfinch will allocate three build slots for the Velocity Final Edition. Each build can be applied to Range Rover’s five-liter V8 Autobiography and SVAutobiography. The result has seen Overfinch create three limited versions of the high-end luxury vehicle.
The Range Rover’s grill, front and rear bumpers, lower air intake and airdam, arch trims, side skirts, and spoiler will get an Overfinch Herringbone weave or crushed carbon fiber and also an addition of a new Powerdome carbon fiber bonnet.
The Overfinch Land Rover Range Rover V8 Autobiography and SVAutobiography Velocity Final Edition will come with a price tag starting at $285,000 USD. For more information, head to Overfinch’s website.
This F8 Tributo is new to the Ferrari stable, which is slated to replace the 488GTB. This model will hold a 710-hp V-8 engine, adding power to the visibly alluring aesthetic and at a modest price of $279,450.
The 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo will be presented in a single trim, equipped with more than enough options. Features include silver-accented 20-inch wheels, a black grille, sill extensions, and a rear wing spoiler, all in unison to help give this Supercar a very sporty demeanor. As far as performance goes, it’s speculated that the F8 Tributo can go 0 to 60 mph in about 2.8 seconds.
Looks like James Bond’s car of choice, the Maserati, will be making its first-ever electric vehicle. The Italian automotive maker has just revealed its newest addition in the stable, the four-door Ghibli Hybrid.
The Ghibli Hybrid comes equipped with 330 HP, powered by a 48-volt battery. The four-cycling engine teams up with a Belt Starter Generator and eBooster prompting the vehicle to go from 0-62 MPH in 5.7 seconds with a top speed of 158 MPH.
Priced at 73,000 USD, check out the Maserati Ghibli Hybrid in the gallery above.
The New Ducati Superleggere V4 picks up where the Panigale V4 left off and plans to take the Ducati to another level as the most powerful bike to date.
The Superleggere’s Desmosedici Stradale R engine gives you more than 20 horsepower more than it’s predecessor and is capable of pushing out 220 horsepower in its standard configuration and an amazing 234 horsepower when it’s track ready. Faster is the goal as It’s also 35 pounds lighter than the Panigale, stepping to the scale at 350 pounds courtesy of it’s carbon fiber, titanium, and magnesium.
One important note is the Superleggere will be the only street-legal motorbike available with a carbon fiber chassis, wheels, and swingarm.
This will be a limited release with only 500 units being produced and will be numbered. Look for a release sometime in June of this year.