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With the Ferrari Purosangue expected to arrive as early as 2022, purists will no doubt be doubly dismayed to discover that the “thoroughbred” will, allegedly, usher in a family of SUVs.

That’s according to CAR Magazine, which reports that two new crossovers are in the works in Maranello. Codenamed F244 and F245, the high-riding Ferraris could cash in on the success of models from rival brands like the Lamborghini Urus.

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The report is interesting, because the manufacturer at the leading edge of super-crossovers, Porsche, has only two: the Cayenne and the Macan. Thus, for a company with a significantly smaller annual output like Ferrari to put out three SUVs would be quite unusual.

It seems unlikely that Ferrari would make something so small like the Macan, and a massive BMW X7-size SUV would hardly fit in with the rest of Ferrari’s ethos.

With hybridization becoming more and more required of European automakers, it also seems possible that the Purosangue and any potential followups will use electrified powertrains. For now, though, Ferrari has a turbocharged V8, a big V12, and there’s apparently a V6 hybrid package that should be ready by 2022.

Whatever ends up going under the hood of the Purosangue, it will inevitably be compared to other super-crossovers like the Urus, the Aston Martin DBX, and the Cayenne. That means it will have to compete with beasts that produce 675 hp on the upper end of the scale.

An all-wheel-drive system is also de-rigueur in this class, so Ferrari will use the experience learned from the FF and the GTC4Lusso, as the Purosangue will be tarmac, rather than off-road, oriented. If it does end up going the hybrid route, there’s also the potential to split the drivetrain between the axles.

This is an independent rendering by Daniel Crossman and is in no way related to or endorsed by Ferrari


幾個禮拜前原廠代號W206的新世代《Mercedes-Benz C-Class》才被海外狗仔給捕捉到身上僅剩下些許偽裝的間諜影像,而先前曾被海外狗仔給捕捉到身影的小改款《Mercedes-Benz CLS》日前在德國Nürburgring紐柏林賽道進行測試時又再度被狗仔們給捕捉到最新的間諜影像。

先前約在2020年9月時可能是小改款《Mercedes-Benz CLS》性能旗艦的《Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 4Matic+》便曾經在AMG總部所在地被海外狗仔給捕捉到間諜影像,而此次現身Nürburgring紐柏林賽道的偽裝原型車從外觀特徵辨別有很高的機會為非Mercedes-AMG的一般版本車型,不過如同先前被捕捉到身影的《Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 4Matic+》除了在車頭部份進行些許偽裝外,車尾部份幾乎仍維持現行《Mercedes-Benz CLS》樣貌。

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從目前種種跡象顯示,此次《Mercedes-Benz CLS》小改款主要仍將車輛外觀、內裝與科技配備為主要更動範圍,而為了避免與AMG GT 4-Door Coupe正面衝突部份車迷期盼的CLS 63預期仍無望回歸,整體改款規模可能不若今年稍早登場的《Mercedes-Benz E-Class》那般明顯,甚至部份說法直指近期被捕捉到的偽裝車可能只是披上《Mercedes-Benz CLS》外衣的其它新作原型車。

依現行第三代《Mercedes-Benz CLS》在2017年洛杉磯車展首演的時程推測,小改款《Mercedes-Benz CLS》預期將有很高的機會在2021年夏天左右和大家見面,屆時外界有關新車的種種謎團相信也可望獲得解答。

圖片來源:King Autos

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The MINI Cooper S John Cooper Works (JCW) came face to face with the Toyota GR Yaris at the Hockenheim GP track, where they were set loose against the clock for a fast lap to see which one is quicker.

Some may be wondering why they didn’t choose the more potent JCW GP instead. SportAuto, which is behind this challenge, said that the range-topper only comes on semi-slick tires and it wouldn’t have been a fair fight as all cars have to ride on normal sport rubber.

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So, with 205/45 Pirelli P Zero tires wrapped around its 17-inch alloys, and a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine producing 231 PS (228 HP / 170 kW) and 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) of torque and mated to a six-speed manual transmission, the British hot hatch completed the course in 2:03.8. In this configuration, the Cooper S JCW takes 6.3 seconds to accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph), and when ordered with the eight-speed auto, it is a couple of tenths of a second faster.

In the GR Yaris, which rides on 18-inch wheels shod in 225/40 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, you are looking at less than 5.5 seconds for the 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint and a 230 km/h (143 mph) electronically limited top speed. The Japanese hot hatch has 261 PS (257 HP / 192 kW) and 360 Nm (266 lb-ft) in European spec, produced by a turbocharged 1.6-liter three-cylinder engine, with the thrust channeled to the four-wheel drive system via a six-speed manual transmission.

So, while the two are small hot hatches, their executions are quite different. Which do you think came out on top?