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In recent years, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has fitted its 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 into the likes of the Dodge Durango, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and the Ram 1500 pickup. So, how about putting it to the Chrysler Pacifica as well?

The car manufacturer itself has previously toyed with the idea as, back in 2016, FCA’s own Ralph Gilles sketched out a Hellcat-variant of the Pacifica minivan. Sadly, such a vehicle has yet to happen, but that hasn’t stopped Abimelec Design from imagining what a Pacifica Hellcat might look like.

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Up front, the minivan has been rendered with a distinctive fascia that includes a blacked-out grille sporting an SRT badge. There is also an enlarged secondary grille and two additional air intakes incorporated into the beefed-up bumper, as well as a large intake on the hood to help feed the engine with cool air.

Elsewhere, the designer has given the Pacifica flared wheel arches that accommodate a set of matte black SRT wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires.

If FCA were to ever make a Pacifica Hellcat for the road, we think it would be a good idea to make it all-wheel drive as both the Challenger and Charger variants sometimes have trouble putting their power to the tarmac. With 707 hp on tap and all-wheel drive, this most crazed of minivans could conceivably hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in under 4 seconds.

Note: This is a rendering by Abimelec Design and is not related to or endorsed by Chrysler


McLaren is building just 106 examples of the Speedtail, and one is currently up for sale in Hamburg, Germany.

The listing fails to provide many details about this Speedtail, but its paint scheme is the first thing that catches the eye. Up front, the British hypercar is painted in a dark shade of green metallic, but along the doors, this color begins to gradually shift into a darker green and morphs into gloss black at the tail. It is unique and really makes the car stand out.

Watch Also: Driving The McLaren Speedtail Seems Like A Special Experience

Evidently, the original buyer wanted their Speedtail to stand out even further and opted for a handful of exterior accents, such as the front splitter, side skirts, wheels spokes, and an accent line around the rear diffuser, to be finished in bright orange.

In the cabin, the three seats are clad in dark brown leather complete with orange piping and orange seat belts. There’s also a black and orange finish in the steering wheel and shift paddles, while images provided by James Edition also show the car with a matching luggage set made from carbon fiber and brown leather, again with orange accents.

As for the price, the seller is asking $4.8 million. A pretty serious sum, especially when you consider that prices for the Speedtail started at $2.25 million for the lucky few who were able to order one from the factory.

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The Renault Zoe has managed to beat every other electric model in the market so far and is the best-selling EV in Europe year-to-date.

According to the numbers posted by the French automaker, the zero-emission supermini accounted for over 84,000 units from January to November 2020, almost twice as many compared to the same period of last year.

The Zoe was also the best-selling electric passenger vehicle in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal. Ever since production started back in 2012, Renault has managed to shift more than 268,000 units of the model in Europe.

Watch Also: 2020 Renault Zoe Electric Subcompact Hatch Might Just Convince You To Go Green

Almost one third of the electric vans sold in the Old Continent year-to-date was a Kangoo Z.E., so Renault also holds the crown for the best-selling electric light commercial vehicle (LCV), with 8,498 units. 57,595 units have been sold since the Kangoo Z.E. was launched in Europe 10 years ago.

In addition to the Zoe and Kangoo Z.E., Renault’s zero-emission portfolio also includes the tiny Twizy and the Master Z.E. van with a payload of up to 3.5 tons (7,716 lbs).

In other Renault related news, the automaker wants to reinvent the compact hatchback with the introduction of a new vehicle next year, which was previewed by the Megane eVision Concept and will rival the likes of the Volkswagen ID.3.

Based on the CMF-EV platform, shared with the Nissan Ariya, the concept uses an electric motor that generates 217 HP and 221 lb-ft (300 Nm) of torque. It’s powered by a 60 kWh battery that supports fast charging of up to 130 kW and can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than 8 seconds from a standstill.

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