W14/2022 SUPERCARs

DeLorean DMC

The DMC DeLorean is a rear-engine two-passenger sports car manufactured and marketed by John DeLorean's DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) for the American market from 1981 until 1983—ultimately the only car brought to market by the fledgling company. The DeLorean is sometimes referred to by its internal DMC pre-production designation, DMC-12. However, the DMC-12 name was never used in sales or marketing material for the production model.

Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and noted for its gull-wing doors and brushed stainless-steel outer body panels, the sports car was also noted for a lack of power and performance incongruous with its looks and price. Though its production was short-lived, it became widely known when it was featured as the time machine in the Back to the Future films.

With the first production car completed on January 21, 1981, the design incorporated numerous minor revisions to the hood, wheels and interior before production ended in late December 1982, shortly after DMC filed for bankruptcy and after total production reached about 9,000 units.

Despite the car having a reputation for poor build quality and an unsatisfactory driving experience, the DeLorean continues to have a strong following driven in part by the popularity of Back to the Future. An estimated 6,500 DeLoreans are still on the road.

AMG Mercedes Project ONE

The Mercedes-AMG One (R50, stylized as ONE) is an upcoming limited-production plug-in hybrid sports car manufactured by Mercedes-AMG, featuring Formula One-derived technology.It was unveiled at the 2017 International Motor Show Germany by Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 driver Lewis Hamilton and Head of Mercedes-Benz Dieter Zetsche. The production of the car is planned to be 275 units at a price of US$2.72 million per unit, all of which have been already sold. Mercedes-AMG received orders for four times the production amount, but have stated that production will not be increased from the planned 275 units, in order to maintain the exclusivity of the car.

Currently, the car is the cover car for Forza Horizon 5, as well as it's at the concept state, since it has not reached homologation regulations yet.

Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept

The Aston Martin Vanquish Vision Concept as revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show is set to rival the Ferrari F8 Tributo and McLaren 720S in the mid-engined supercar class. Taking plenty of cues from the upcoming Aston Martin AM-RB 003, the Vanquish Vision Concept is set to be the more affordable mainstream supercar (if such a thing exists). The engine will be the same as that found in the AM-RB 003 hypercar but without the hybrid electrical component, therefore reducing the complexity and cost of the powertrain. The carbon fiber chassis will also be replaced with a bonded aluminium chassis like that found in Aston’s other offerings.

The exterior of the new concept follows the 003 but with all the race car aspects toned down to a more normal level for a road car. Expect to see plenty of aero elements at play on the eventual production car, as the supercar world steps more and more into the advancements of aerodynamic efficiency. That production date is slated for 2022, which will end Aston Martin’s ambitious three-year plan of expansion. It’s exciting times for Aston, with promising cars like this to look forward to in the near future.

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