The Monterey Car Week has developed in recent years into an event that competes with the major auto shows when it comes to new model premieres. This year's event, which ends on Sunday with the Pebble Beach Concours d & # 39; Elegance, was no different. We start this list with one of the most anticipated revelations: the Bugatti Divo. The car is a rail-focused hypercar based on the bones of the Bugatti Chiron. But instead of simply increasing performance, the Divo benefits from less weight and aerodynamics aimed at increased downforce.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
Another hot revelation was that of the Lamborghini Aventadar SVJ. The SVJ represents the highest level of tuning for the Aventador, with its 6.5-liter V-12 spewing out 759 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. That was enough to see that the car set a new lap record for production cars on the Nürburgring.
Audi PB18 e-tron concept
There were also concept cars. Audi presented the PB18 e-tron, a low-level brake on the size of the R8. There is no lurking V-10. Instead, the concept includes an electric powertrain that draws its energy from a solid-state battery.
Infiniti Prototype 10 Concept
Infiniti had a concept that foresaw the design and technology of its models in 2021. The concept is a radical speedster and is the first design to be completely designed by Karim Habib, a former BMW designer who took over the design reins at Infiniti last year.
Mercedes & # 39; s; EQ Silver Arrow Concept
Mercedes-Benz also had a Speedster concept. The concept calls the EQ Silver Arrow and shows future design themes for the new EQ sub-brand and also pays tribute to the modified W125 Silver Arrow, which reached an average speed of 268.8 mph on a stretch of highway 80 years ago.
A new American design and body builder called Salaff was present in Monterey. Founded by the man who designed Mazda's famous Furai concept, the company unveiled its first product: the C2 supercar, based on the bones of a Lamborghini Gallardo.
2019 BMW Z4 M40i first edition  BMW also had a new model in Monterey, in this case the redesigned 2019 Z4. With the latest development of the German automaker's design language, a turbocharged Inline-6 and some proven brand handling, the new Z4 will satisfy those looking for a weekend break.
Hennessey Venom F5 7.6-liter twin-turbo V-8
Hennessey Performance Engineering was on hand, bringing the engine of his upcoming Venom F5 hypercar to the show , The engine is a newly developed 7.6-liter twin-turbo V-8 with an astounding 1600 horsepower and 1,300 pound-foot torque. The Venom F5 is expected to reach a record top speed of 301 mph.
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