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2021-09-17: Mighty 1990s supercars headed for auction ...
Jaguar XJ220 At this weekend's official Goodwood Revivial auction, Bonhams will offer what may very well be the lowest mileage Jaguar XJ220 in existence. It was sold new to a Germany based collection and remained with its original owner until 2015. Neither owner ever registered the XJ220 and chassis 220778 has barely covered 400 miles. It does benefit from a full service and engine rebuilt at the hands of specialists Don Law Racing.
For next month's Zoute Sale, Bonhams have consigned one of only 30 Bugatti EB 110 SSs. Also sold to Germany, this iconic 1990s supercar has been regularly used during the last three decades. Its four owners covered close to 30,000 km. Underlining the demand for these machines, Bonhams estimate that the EB 110 SS will sell for over €2 million.

2021-09-14: Two fascinating Porsches available for sale ...
Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 This week, two very interesting Porsche came across our desk, both of which are available for sale. First up is this 911 Carrera RSR 3.8 GT racer. Completed late in 1993, it was raced extensively by its successive American owners through to the 2000 season. As part of its 34-race career, it appeared at the Sebring 12 Hours and Daytona 24 Hours on multiple occasions. In more recent years, it was brought to the United Kingdom still in very original condition and, crucially, with all the major components still on the car. Now repainted in its 1994 livery, chassis 079 is currently available with the Gooding & Co. Private Treaty department.
Of a slightly earlier vintage is this 959 Komfort. It has had only one owner from new; the Qatari Royal Family. It was one of no fewer than seven that were originally ordered by the family. This particular example was finished in Wine Red Metallic and boasts a matching burgundy interior. In virtual as new condition, the Porsche 959 Komfort has been consigned to this weekend's RM Sotheby's St. Moritz sale with just 961 km on the odometer.

2021-09-09: Lovely Lola that races on and new Lotus Emira GT4 ...
Lola T210 This weekend we are at the Autodromo Vallelunga for Peter Auto's Vallelunga Classic. Among the many sports cars, GT racers and touring cars due to take the track is this lovely Lola T210, which competes in the CER1 category. It was delivered new to Alain de Cadenet and was successfully raced by Chris Craft and then by a succession of French drivers. Again in French hands and meticulously prepared by Equipe Europe, chassis SL210/09 has been very competitive during the last couple of seasons.
Hot on the heels of the new road going version, Lotus have now revealed the Emira GT4. Developed together with specialists RML, it is powered by a supercharged V6 engine. The Emira GT4 will be ready for customers at the start of 2022 in limited numbers with a more cars available in 2023.
One of the IAA cars we missed on Monday was wild Cupra Tavascan Extreme E Concept. It is an Extreme E based preview of the all-electric Tavascan that is currently under development at the factory in Barcelona ahead of its 2024 market debut.

2021-09-06: IAA 2021: Electric Porsche racer and three electric Mercedes ...
Porsche Mission R Concept This week, Munich will host the IAA Mobile show. It is in every way a motor show of the future; most of the cars on display are electric and the displays themselves are also far from conventional. Instead of concentrating all booths in a single exhibition centre, the 2021 IAA has opted for separate pavilions for each marque, spread over the city. At the Porsche pavilion, all eyes will undoubtedly be at the Mission R. This is an all-electric concept for a future one-make series. Shorter but wider than a Cayman, the compact machine houses a pair of motors, one on the front and the other on the rear axle, that are capable of producing 1,072 bhp in qualifying trim. The batteries can be re-charged from 5% to 80% in less than 15 minutes using Porsche's proprietary supercharging system. The striking Mission R also boasts active aero, which includes a Drag Reduction System (DRS).
Over at the Mercedes display, there were two show cars unveiled and also the first all-electric AMG model; the EQS 53 4MATIC+. It boasts electric motors on both axles, which have a combined peak power of 751 bhp in AMG Dynamic Plus trim. Even in this guise the maximum range is 580 km. The two show cars on display are the ultra luxurious Mercedes-Maybach Concept EQS and the rugged Mercedes-Benz Concept EQG. The latter is an electric version of the G-class.

2021-09-03: New Morgan 3 Wheeler, hybrid Mercedes-AMG GT, electric Ace and new Audi concept ...
Morgan 3 Wheeler Good news from the Malvern hills; Morgan have published the first details of an all-new 3 Wheeler. It will be powered by an internal combustion engine; a three-cylinder sourced from Ford and from the looks of the teaser images will have a modern front suspension.
As part of the German manufacturer's electrification efforts, Mercedes-AMG have released the first hybrid model: the GT 63 S E Performance. It uses the familiar twin-turbo V8 engine combined with an electric motor. The combined output of the hybrid drivetrain is a startling 831 bhp, which is sent to all four wheels. This allows the GT 63 S E Performance to accelerate to 100 km/h in less than three seconds.
Following the Skysphere revealed last month, Audi have now unveiled the Grandsphere Concept. Like the previous show car, it is an all electric machine powered by a pair of electric motors. The striking four-door sedan has a 750 km range and yet has a peak output of 710 bhp.
Britain's oldest manufacturer, AC Cars will add this Ace RS Electric to the line-up. The all-electric version of the classic design will have a 320 km range and a peak torque of 500 Nm. The first examples available are priced at GBP 129,500.

2021-08-30: Competition inspired Porsches headed for auction ...
Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport As part of the annual Bernina Gran Turismo event, RM Sotheby's will hold the new St. Moritz sale next month. Among the 23 cars consigned are three mighty competition inspired Porsches. The most recent is this 911 GT2 RS Clubsport. The 44th of the limited 200 examples built, this example was finished in white with bare carbon-fibre elements. Still with delivery mileage, this track-only machine is estimated to sell for CHF 500,000 - 600,000.
Another hardcore Porsche available is this 993-generation GT2, which also boasts the track-inspired Clubsport package. This includes a full roll-cage and bucket seats. Well maintained but rarely used in recent years, this rare GT2 should sell for well over CHF 1 million.
The original competition inspired Porsche 911 road car is the Carrera RS 2.7 Touring. The fine example consigned was originally sold to Germany but then spent three decades in Japan. Now reunited with its original engine and meticulously restored, it could be yours for between CHF 450,000 and 550,000.