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2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed


#42

Atlas Omega reveal at Goodwood 2019

While not a sports car or even a super car like many come to expect from Atlas, the Omega is no less sporty or performance oriented than any other Atlas vehicle. The Omega combines SUV utility and capability with the heart and soul of a pure bred sports car. The results speak for themselves, with impressive performance figures and quality production.

Atlas Omega S

The base model S comes well equipped with high quality interior and infotainment systems(including limited HUD capability similar to the Cosmos Vector HUD). However, the main feature of the Omega is the QN42 DE motor under the hood. Front-mid mounted and balanced to give the engine a lower center of gravity for improved the handling, allows the Omega S to reach 0-60(mph) in 4.6 seconds and give impressive handling generating 1.17G(with rear wing deployed).

The QN42 should be familiar, its also present on the Quantum line as one of the main engines. In the Omega it generates additional power thanks to an improved exhaust and intake. 488hp and 362LB-FT respectively. This power is put to the ground via the newest version of the edge AWD system and the A94 semi-automatic transmission(with paddleshifters for a bit quicker shifts on track). In addition, the QN42 has cylinder deactivation that works in conjunction with the A94’s eco automatic mode to give improved fuel efficiency after track days are finished.

Cost: $105,000(est.)

Specs:

Engine: 4.2L FSI V8 DOHC Transmission: A94 Semi-automatic(with paddleshift)
Horsepower: 488 hp @ 8200rpm Torque: 362 lb-ft @ 6200rpm
Weight: 4237lb Skidpad: 1.17g
0-60(mph): 4.6s Top speed: 155 mph(electronically limited)
1/4 mile: 13.02 MPG: 17.0 mpg(23.5 mpg with cylinder deavtivation and transmission in ECO mode)

Atlas Omega V

The V model of the Atlas Omega pushes the performance even further than the base model, adding twin turbo chargers to the engine and equipping the F8 Sequential gearbox for quick shifts. Power is pushed to an impressive 668 hp and 472 lb-ft of torque. This improvement to performance makes the Omega V the fastest (non electric/hybrid)SUV to date with a 0-60 of 3.2 seconds.

In addition to the improved power, additional aero and weight saving elements help improve the handling and keep the Omega V glued to the asphalt. But not all the improvements in the V are performance oriented, the interior has additional alcantara/real leather and now includes the full Vector HUD. In standard operating mode(demonstrated in booth) shows as a light blue and green accents showing gas, lane assist and blind spot indication. In sport mode, changes to a Orange and yellow accent, showing current HP/Torque and RPM. Finally in velocity mode, it shows as Red/Gold Accent, showing lap time/number of laps remaining, Boost PSI, and shift indicator.

Overall, the Omega V should more than satisfy any performance enthusiast as well as give them the utility they need for everyday driving.

Cost: $135,000(est.)

Specs:

Engine: 4.2L TFSI V8 DOHC Transmission: F8 Sequential Paddleshift
Horsepower: 668 hp @ 8500rpm Torque: 472 lb-ft @ 7000rpm
Weight: 4352lb Skidpad: 1.22g
0-60(mph): 3.2s Top speed: 180 mph(electronically limited)
1/4 mile: 11.35 MPG: 16.0 mpg(22.5 mpg with cylinder deavtivation and transmission in ECO mode)

Fancy a ride around goodwood? Atlas Omega V’s will be available for use on track for the duration of goodwood 2019. Omega(SUV) - V.car (45.3 KB)

The Omega V(with a professional driver) set a 54.24 around goodwood.


#43

Cardinal Uberwagen X

The Cardinal Uberwagen X is a 2 Door, 2 Seater Supercar equipped with a 1000-Horsepower VR38 Twin Turbo V6 Engine found in the Nissan GT-R, but with extensive modifications of the engine. It is inspired by the Nissan GT-R R35, but with a twist of being mid-engined with two seats plus an upgraded 7-speed dual clutch transmission.

The specifications can be seen below:

  • Engine: VR38-based Twin Turbo V6 Engine
  • Power and Torque: 1000 HP @9000 RPM and 720 LB FT @5000 RPM
  • Carbon Fiber Chassis and Panels
  • Carbon Fiber blended with leather styling interior
  • Dashboard is a large 17.5 inch screen along with another 17.5 screen between the driver and the passenger
  • Pirelli P Zero Corsa Tires with 22 inch custom RAYS Carbon Fiber rims
  • 7-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission with Electronic Limited Slit Differential
  • Brembo 400mm Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • Ohlins F1-based Active Pushrod Suspension
  • Weight: 1500 KG
  • Top Speed: >420 km/h
  • 0-100 km/h: <2.5 seconds
  • Quarter Mile Time: <9.9 seconds
  • Standing kilometer: <18 seconds
  • Braking Distance (100-0 km/h): 29.2 meters
  • Roadholding: 1.3 G
  • Price: a third of a million CAD, $300K USD

Sales will begin in mid-July, there will be more debuts as well, enjoy!

For Beamers, you could use the link below to download the Beam file! (I will also upload the CAR file as well!)
https://www.beamng.com/resources/cardinal-uberwagen.9070/


#44

1968 Mosport Helix Le Mans


The Mosport Helix was conceived as one of the first supercars, blending Canadian engineering and Italian styling in a sleek mid-engine coupe design. The model was quickly adapted for the Le Mans race and was Mosport’s first serious foray into motorsports. Rule changes for 1968 forced them to abandon Dominion’s 7.3L Chinook V8, which the production model was built around, and replace it with a heavily modified version of the older Confederation V8 to fit within the newly imposed 5.0L displacement limit. This new engine pushed out 326 net hp and 346 lb-ft of torque and while it wasn’t enough to cinch the victory, the Helix still became an iconic car.

This ultra rare #4 car in Sea Fuels livery, one of four known to still exist in that particular livery, will be available for bidding in the upcoming Automation Collector Car Auction to anyone who so desires to own a piece of motorsport history.


#45

Cardinal Skyline Redesign


Skyline GT-X is in Skyline Blue, Skyline GT-X Shooting brake is in Glacier White, Skyline GT-RT (Hardtop Convertible) is in Volcano Blaze, and Skyline Gran Turismo is in Jenny Turquoise.

The Cardinal Skyline gets a redesign in 2019, there are trims being added to the model lineup. The top of the line, GT-X, now has an in-house designed 3.5L Inline 6 Turbo having 1000 HP! This 1000 HP engine also carried onto the Shooting Brake as well, making it the fastest wagon car in the world as well! The Gran Turismo and the GT-RT however, get a RB28-based Inline 6 from the last generation with 700 HP. The lineup will not just be sold on Cardinal Tuning GmbH dealers, but also on Nissan retailers as well, as part of the deal in using the namesake “Skyline”.

The specifications of the Skyline lineup are here

  • GT-X and Shooting Brake:
    Engine: Cardinal In-house RB35DET Inline 6 Engine, drawing inspiration from the Nissan RB series Inline 6s, DOHC 24-Valves plus VVL
  • Power and Torque: 1000 HP @7500 RPM and 800 LB FT @4000 RPM
  • Aluminum Chassis and Panels
  • Leather Interior with a twist of carbon fiber trims
  • Dashboard is a large 17.5 inch screen along with another 17.5 screen between the driver and the passenger, there are also 10 inch screens on the back of the front seats
  • Pirelli P Zero Corsa Tires with 22 inch custom RAYS Carbon Fiber rims
  • 7-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission with Electronic Limited Slit Differential
  • Brembo 400mm Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • Ohlins F1-based Active Multilink Suspension
  • Weight: 1800 KG (1900 KG for the shooting brake)
  • Top Speed: >420 km/h (>390 km/h for the shooting brake)
  • 0-100 km/h: <2.5 seconds (2.7 seconds for the shooting brake)
  • Quarter Mile Time: <9.9 seconds (<10.2 seconds for the Shooting Brake)
  • Braking Distance (100-0 km/h): 31.2 meters
  • Roadholding: 1.25 G (1.2 G for the Shooting Brake)
  • Price: $300K CAD ($ 275K CAD for the shooting brake)

GT-RT and Gran Turismo:

  • Engine: RB28-based Turbo Inline 6 Engine, 2.8 Liter DOHC 24-Valve plus VVL
  • Power and Torque: 700 HP @8300 RPM and 550 LB FT @3500 RPM
  • Aluminum Chassis and Panels
  • Leather Interior with a twist of carbon fiber trims
  • Dashboard is a large 17.5 inch screen along with another 17.5 screen between the driver and the passenger, there are also 10 inch screens on the back of the front seats
  • Pirelli P Zero Corsa Tires with 22 inch custom RAYS Carbon Fiber rims
  • 6-Speed Dual Clutch Transmission with Electronic Limited Slit Differential
  • Brembo 370mm Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • Ohlins Active Multilink Suspension
  • Weight: 1800 KG (1850 KG for Gran Turismo)
  • Top Speed: >355 km/h
  • 0-100 km/h: 2.8 seconds (2.9 seconds for the Gran Turismo)
  • Quarter Mile Time: <11 seconds
  • Braking Distance (100-0 km/h): 31.2 meters
  • Roadholding: 1.2 G
  • Price: $175K CAD

Sales with begin in mid-July, there will be a tuned lineup based on @TheAgathaNakai 's Serena S6, and the lineup will also be debuted on the Goodwood Festival as well!


#46

Gorgeous car!


#47

Neko at Goodwood 2019

Today we are not only going to show you our newest cars, but also the start of our latest technology advances.
While we do see the uprise of EV’s, we think its better to be able to drive also older cars for longer and still be green about. Therefore we present:

X-FUEL


An algae Plant based fuel, grown in greenhouses. Almost any engine can be retuned to X-Fuel and starting from 2020 Neko will start using X-Fuel as standard. To show the Power of X-FUEL we brought some new cars!

Neko HyperLMP XFUEL Concept


Under the full carbon shell sits the result of many years of research. A X-FUEL powered 5L Twin Turbo V8 producing 750hp to the rear wheels. Those are connected to a 7 Speed DCG to and computer drivin LSD calculating perfect distrubution every millisecond. To save weight rims and brakes are made out of Carbon Fiber

For prefect grip many visible and invisible downforce devices have been fitted to the body.
Starting with the front carnards and splitter, letting air past under, over and through the car. Especially the fins over the wheels can be adjusted to how much air and heat can be redirected. And at the end we have and array of diffrent wings for low, mid and high speed situations.


But until this will hit the start in the HyperLMP class a lot for data will be collected and used to make this even faster.

Neko CX-6

Next we present the new CX-6. The new generation of Sportcars.

A composition of Aluminium, Carbon and Steel. The newest entry in the CX series is everything a real driver wants. Speed, Agility and all that while still being able to pick up the kids after school.

Under the hood houses a 4L Twin Turbo V6 running the new X-FUEL. With 470hp and the standard Lauch Control, the car is able to make the sprint 0-100km/h in just 3.8 seconds. Thanks to the DCG every gearchange is precise and instand. Thanks to the AWD even beginner driver are able to make best of their ablities. And even if they are not able to, the state of the art Safety integrated into the CX-6 will make sure to keep enjoying the car even if a mistake accures. Inside the car 4* seats are wrapped in best leather and already comes standard with Android Auto.

The new CX-6 will be avaiable in 2020, starting from 59.999€

Neko CiX-6

The new Urban Explorer

For the modern family of today we have the CiX-6. Our first CUV and our first car to be released with the X-FUEL engine (Besides other gasoline engines) later this year. On the ourside we used the same “Composition” language as the CX-6. The car some standard with modest 121hp and an 8 Speed Gearbox for excellent Economy and a smooth ride. Active Cooling also helps to remove unwanted Air resistance to inprove the MPG even further.

Inside you will find 5 premium full seats and room for everything a modern family needs: Space to put things in, USB chargers and the panoramic roof illuminates the cabin with a lot of natural light. The CiX-6 also comes with state of the art Safety features like automatic parking and distance sensors. Also the suspension features multiple modes to grand the best ride on any surface.

The CiX-6 will be released later this year. More trim will be avaiable. The CiX-6 is starting from 49.999€


And with that we end the press confrence. Please take a look at our cars at our booth and thank you for coming.


#48

Seabeast Motorsports at Goodwood Presents:

The Maladus Twinturbo R

SBM has brought the new LMC Maladus turned high-powered track machine to Goodwood. It’s 5.5L V8 was refined and fitted with turbos to boost power output to 1116 hp. An aggressive aero kit and high performance semi-slicks help the car pull north of 1.4 g’s at speeds. 1/4 mile time is tested to be 9.55 seconds and it’s top speed is drag limited to 215 mph. This is not your daily drivable GT sports car.

Named after the fastest Maladus of the 90’s, the exclusive Twinturbo R is being hand built from the existing M300 Maladus at Seabeast Motorsports. Only 12 will be made, with no two identical to eachother.

The Maladus Twinturbo R runs a 48.33 at Goodwood (total time, idk if thats the one to go by)
Not as fast as I’d hoped but this thing is still a chonker at 3,881 lbs.


#49

Ursula AG Official Press Event @ Goodwood Festival of Speed


GOODWOOD: Ursula AG has officially joined this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed to release the F5 700RS-R Edition 50 to commemorate Ursula’s 50th anniversary of the RS-R lineup, which harks back to the original F5 400RS-R from the year 1969.

Highlights:

Ursula F5 700RS-R Edition 50: 50 years of performance excellence.

The new F5 700RS-R Edition 50 strongly improves from the original, having 50 more horsepower than the standard model from it’s 4.0 liter V8 twin turbo, improved suspension and an all new drivetrain tuning giving the flagship super sedan a massive performance boost with a 345 km/h top speed and a 3.1 second 0-100 km/h acceleration.

To differentiate between with the standard model, a small carbon wing, larger 21 inch rims and a different bodykit was installed. Thanks to the lightweight construction, 200 kilograms were shaved, improving handling and sportiness of the vehicle.

The car is painted with the same red shade, also found in the original F5 400RS-R, which was originally a final year high-performance model for the original 1st gen Ursula F5.

Only 50 units of the luxury sedan was planned, starting at $180,000, and each model is only available with the special red color. Get yours now before it was too late.

UPDATE: We now have the official Goodwood times for the F5 700RS-R Edition 50: 0:54:79


#50

Props to you for placing the firing order of your flat-six on the engine cover of the Mondo E2. And fluorescent lime green is the right color for it - the E2 looks even more striking in such a lurid hue.


#51

Yeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaw

Fresh from the 97th running of Pikes Peak, Colorado, comes this bad boy:

Because why not!? What better way to commemorate telling the Brits to fuck off day Independence day :us: :fireworks: by crossing the ocean and rubbing their faces in it crashing the party because we didn’t want to be in the same country as the POTUS when he decided to embrace his narcissistic compulsion to play fascist dictator and mangle world history yet again there’s no harm in a bit of light fun and racing, right?

You know what, there’s more redact in there than the DOJ released Mueller report the declassified CIA report on the use of torture in the War on Terror the investigation into Iraq’s WMDs and links to Al Qaeda. Maybe I’ll just do a William Barr the right thing and release a Patriotic American viewer friendly version.

before I get insta-:wastebasket: for getting too political up in this bitch


Yeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaw

Fresh from the 97th running of Pikes Peak, Colorado, comes this bad boy:

2309hp on the dyno. 2245kg. Big fat turbos and flame-spitting petrol-guzzling ear-splitting tyre-shredding fun. Having gone up one road that’s entirely too small for it, now we’re gonna throw it up an even smaller road! I think it does the whole course in like 45 seconds or something which isn’t that fast for 2300hp but I’m pretty sure it has to like do a 3 point turn to get past the brick wall.

Also you can drive it for yourself, here, have fun!

2020GGHC-strop - Hercules Canyon Hillclimb.car (60.5 KB)

Just watch out, it doesn’t have ABS and the brakes fade on a regular race track. It doesn’t fade on Pikes Peak because you don’t do that many full blown stops unlike on the Automation race track.


#52

Note from Author: Sorry for the long post everyone. Parts 1 and 2 were supposed to be on separate days but I never got around to finishing this write up because I had so many commitments that this got pushed to the back burner.

AL Autos @ Goodwood Festival of Speed (Part 1/2)

_ Hello one and all! Welcome to the AL Autos Booth here at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed! We are here today with part one of our schedule, the release of a model out of our sports car division. Our sports car division decided to take on something we’ve always had difficulty with, making a Front Engine, Rear Wheel Drive sports car. We feel as if we’ve made some major improvements with our approach to this layout and today, we’re here to show you what we’ve accomplished. Let’s get right into it shall we? _


AL Autos is proud to present…

The AL Autos Agilis! Striking Performance.



RGS Trim Shown in AL Regular Blue


Ever since we here at AL Autos have gained the confidence to build Front Engine, RWD sports cars, we’ve always been striving to make improvements wherever we can to improve how these types of sports cars handled. During the development of the Agilis, we took inspiration from how we designed the suspension systems on the Carpe and sought to translate how we could do something similar in a Front Engine / RWD vehicle. Thanks to this, the Agilis has a bespoke Active AL Road Sport Suspension setup made specially for the Agilis. This bespoke suspension system allows the Agilis to hug the corners, have incredible turn in response and control, while not compromising comfort too much. This system also includes a new system we recently installed on the previously released Velox where the suspension system has a unique double spring setup where there are smaller springs that reside on top of the larger springs to aid in dissipating the harshness of the ride. The Agilis also comes with our pothole detection technology which detects potholes and adjusts/prepares the suspension to protect occupants from discomfort and the tires from being misaligned. When this model is up for sale later this year, it will come with a choice of two powertrains, both sending the power to the rear wheels of the car. The RGS trim has a specialized high output AL Autos 3.5 L Turbocharged Inline 6 producing 538.4 BHP and 371.1 lb-ft Torque with and MPG rating of 26.9 MPG. The RGS-DTD trim has a beefier 5.4 L Twin Turbocharged 90 Degree V8 producing 721.6 BHP and 530.9 lb-ft Torque with an MPG rating of 21.8 MPG. The time, patience, and development put into the Agilis allows the RGS and RGS-DTD trims to clock a 1:18.0 and 1:15.1 on the Top Gear Airfield Test Track respectively. We’ve put a lot of time into the underpinnings of the Agilis and we hope that it really has showed.

Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb Times
Agilis RGS: 0:57.11
Agilis RGS-DTD: 0:54.31



RGS-DTD Trim Shown in AL Fiery Sunrise


While the Agilis’ trims may seem to be track munching monsters, we did our best to not spoil the driving experience by making it an uncomfortable vehicle. We made it so that our interior supports the occupants while also providing a decent amount of comfort all while keeping it relatively lightweight. The seats are ALA or DTD Multi Point Adjustable Road Sport Bucket Seats which have been designed for the Agilis. The Agilis, as standard, comes with our newly improved ALAutos-Infotaimnet System loaded 15” infotainment screen. The gauge cluster on the Agilis is a bespoke fully digital system unique to the Agilis. This digital gauge cluster shows all the normal dials and statistics about the car, features an interactive image of the car on the gauge cluster, and is fully customizable. The RGS-DTD trim gets a specialized Heads Up Display located just above the gauge cluster which shows speed, turn list, selected gear, shift indicator, and pedal application. Finally, all trims of the Agilis get the current iteration of the ALADriveProfile, found on a lot of our sports cars. The ALADriveProfile in the RGS trim has 3 modes, Road Comfort (RC), Dynamic Sport (DS), and Race Mode (RM). The RGS-DTD trim gets an additional mode called All Speed Mode (ASM) in which the car becomes fully setup to do a top speed run. The driver can also create 4 more customizable profiles to allow for a more personalized driving experience. We here at AL Autos always strive to make improvements to our vehicles which make them more enjoyable to drive!



RGS Trim Shown in AL Regular Blue

A Word on the Styling
With our new design language creeping into our lineup, we decided to take a slightly different approach when shaping the looks of this car. The front-end, for example, has a more aggressive front end than most of the other vehicles we’ve produced, but we’ve also held back on the parallelogram mosaic headlamps by making them more simple yet fitting to the aggressive front end. While we shaped up the front end with a lot of fixtures, we feel as if it still complements the overall feel and general shaping of the Agilis. The angles simply make the front end come alive in a good way.

The profile of this car is a slight first to AL Autos as it is more like a gentle flowing curve instead of a concoction of angles and such. We feel as if it gives the Agilis a bit more elegance even though the front end has an aggressive look to it.

The rear end of the Agilis is a bit of a unique turn for us here at AL Autos. The rear end was designed to be pleasant to look at for sure, but in a more subtle way. We took our parallelogram mosaic design and, again, toned it back a bit so it is more pleasing to look at. While this may seem a bit counter intuitive for a higher end sports car, we feel as if it still makes it pop out in on the road.



RGS-DTD Trim Shown in AL Fiery Sunrise

Prices for the Agilis are as follows (Prices are Estimations):

RGS: $69,500 USD
RGS-DTD: $104,000 USD


That’s all for the presentation! Thank you for joining us in this special event! Feel free to look around the car if you so desire. More pictures bellow. The spec sheet is also bellow if you would like a more in-depth look into what makes the Agilis go! If there are any automotive journalists or curious persons who would like to test drive the Agilis, don’t be afraid to ask! Again, thank you for joining us here at this special event! Have a lovely rest of your day!




2020 AL Autos Agilis RGS

2020 AL Autos Agilis RGS

RGS Trim shown in AL Regular Blue


Chassis


Panel Material: Aluminum Panels


Chassis Material/Type: Glued Aluminum Monocoque Chassis


Front Suspension: Double Wishbone


Rear Suspension: Multilink


Powertrain Layout: Longitudinal Front Engine, Rear Wheel Drive


Tires: ALA Road Sport Compound Tires (Front: P275/40R20 103Y) (Rear: P295/40R20 105Y)


Weight: 3755 lbs or 1703 kgs


Wheelbase: 112.99 in or 2.87 m


Length: 185.6 in or 4.71 m



Powertrain and Performance Statistics


Engine Code: ALA35DOC24TS6-SAs


Engine: 3.5 L DOHC-24 Turbocharged I6


Horsepower: 538.4 BHP @ 7900 RPM


Torque: 371.1 lb-ft @ 7300 RPM


Redline: 8500 RPM


Fuel Economy: 26.9 MPG


Transmission: 6 Speed Manual


Differential: Electric Limited Slip Differential


Estimated Top Speed: 200 MPH or 321.9 KPH


0-62 MPH: 4.60 seconds


¼ Mile Time: 12.43 seconds


20m Radius Cornering: 1.18 g


200m Radius Cornering: 1.20 g



Interior


Seats: ALA Multipoint Adjustable Road Sport Bucket Seats


Infotainment: ALAutos-Infotainment Gen 2 New Sport
15” Central Touch Screen | AM/FM Radio w/ CD Capability, MP3 Capability, Auxiliary Port, ALConnect-1MS (Smart Phone Connectivity, AL Voice Assistant, AL-Emergency Connect, ALAInfo Smart Phone Application Compatibility M | ALADriveProfile | Satellite Navigation w/ Live Time Traffic)

ALAInfo Smart Phone Application Compatibility (M): Fuel Level Read Out, Range on Current Tank of Fuel, Interior Temperature w/ Remote Climate Control Capability, Odometer Reading


Sound System: Bose 10 Speaker Premium Sound System



Other Features
360 Degree Camera System
Cruise Control
Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror w/ GarageLink
Auto Dimming Side View Mirrors
Climate Control
Parking Sensors (360 Degrees)
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Push Button Ignition
Night Sensing Headlamps w/ Automatic High Beams
Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers
Anti-Theft Alarm
Glass Breakage Alarm
Engine Immobilizer
Driver and Passenger Airbags + Side-Impact Air Bags



Pricing

$69,500




2020 AL Autos Agilis RGS-DTD

2020 AL Autos Agilis RGS-DTD

RGS-DTD Trim shown in AL Fiery Sunrise


Chassis


Panel Material: Aluminum Panels


Chassis Material/Type: Glued Aluminum Monocoque Chassis


Front Suspension: Double Wishbone


Rear Suspension: Multilink


Powertrain Layout: Longitudinal Front Engine, Rear Wheel Drive


Tires: ALA Road Sport Compound Tires (Front: P285/40R20 104Y) (Rear: P320/35R20 106Y)


Weight: 4252 lbs or 1928 kgs


Wheelbase: 112.99 in or 2.87 m


Length: 185.6 in or 4.71 m



Powertrain and Performance Statistics


Engine Code: ALA54DOC32TT908-SAsDTD


Engine: 5.4 L DOHC-32 Twin Turbocharged 90 Degree V8


Horsepower: 721.6 BHP @ 8200 RPM


Torque: 530.9 lb-ft @ 4300 RPM


Redline: 9000 RPM


Fuel Economy: 211.8 MPG


Transmission: 7 Speed Dual Clutch Transmission


Differential: Electric Limited Slip Differential


Estimated Top Speed: 213 MPH or 342.8 KPH


0-62 MPH: 4.00 seconds


¼ Mile Time: 11.47 seconds


20m Radius Cornering: 1.19 g


200m Radius Cornering: 1.22 g



Interior


Seats: DTD Specialized Multipoint Adjustable Road Sport Bucket Seats


Infotainment: ALAutos-Infotainment Gen 2 New Sport
15” Central Touch Screen | AM/FM Radio w/ CD Capability, MP3 Capability, Auxiliary Port, ALConnect-1MS (Smart Phone Connectivity, AL Voice Assistant, AL-Emergency Connect, ALAInfo Smart Phone Application Compatibility A | ALADriveProfile | Satellite Navigation w/ Live Time Traffic) | Heads Up Display

ALAInfo Smart Phone Application Compatibility (A): Fuel Level Read Out, Range on Current Tank of Fuel, Interior Temperature w/ Remote Climate Control Capability, Odometer Reading, Remote Startup/Unlock


Sound System: Bose 10 Speaker Premium Sound System



Other Features
360 Degree Camera System
Cruise Control
Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror w/ GarageLink
Auto Dimming Side View Mirrors
Climate Control
Parking Sensors (360 Degrees)
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Push Button Ignition
Night Sensing Headlamps w/ Automatic High Beams
Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers
Anti-Theft Alarm
Glass Breakage Alarm
Engine Immobilizer
Driver and Passenger Airbags + Side-Impact Air Bags



Pricing

$104,000




Gallery





AL Autos @ Goodwood Festival of Speed (Part 2/2)

The All New 2020 AL Autos Velox Takes to the Goodwood Hillclimb!

Earlier this summer, AL Autos held a special event at a venue near our headquarter to reveal the AL Autos Velox, our new road crushing supercar. Well today, here with us at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Velox has come to be put through its paces as well as be showcased to those who missed it during our special reveal! If you want a recap of this reveal, click here!

2020 AL Autos Velox RGR

Shown in AL Orange Exposed Carbon


2020 AL Autos Velox RGR-DTD

Shown in AL Bright Yellow


Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb Times
Velox RGR: 0:50.35
Velox RGR-DTD: 0:49.27


AL Autos Official: News Update (11/20/2019)
#53


2019 Evgenis Nemean ES Goodwood Edition

Unteased and unexpected. Evgenis never annouced they would be coming to Goodwood. Then a Typhon ES rocked up on the start line to show off its capabilities. But something mysterious was lurking under a cover behind it…

Evgenis is proud to announce the limited edition Evgenis Nemean ES Goodwood Edition. Only 500 units will ever be made for the European market only, 250 with six-speed manuals and 250 with seven-speed dual-clutch automatics, all of which only available in Goodwood Green Metallic. This is proof that small cars can also be truly almighty!

The new Nemean ES Goodwood Edition is the essence of a thrilling hot hatchback. Now equipped with an upgraded 2.0-litre turbocharged engine capable of 275 bhp and 285 Nm of torque, the Goodwood Edition fires from 0-100 kph (0-62 mph) in 5.8 seconds with a six-speed manual or 5.5 seconds with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, while both models are capable of in excess of 250 kph (155 mph). Thanks to upgraded aerodynamics and stickier tyres, the Nemean is capable of pulling up to 1.1g in cornering, while potent brakes match the pulling power and the stopping power. All of this allows for an astonishing 1:01, fastest than any other hot hatchback to ever tackle the Goodwood hill climb.

With this being a more pure hatchback, the decision was made to ditch a lot of the creature comforts of this vehicle and replace certain features in favour of a more pure driving experience, leaving behind our touch-screen infotainment system, switching our comfort seats for lightweight buckets, removing soundproofing, adding a manual handbrake and removing the electronic one, allowing TCS and ESP to be completely disabled. We even ditched our driving modes for a simple, one car setup that means you will always be in the optimum mode for performance.

Want one yet? I know I do.


Available in European markets nows, deliveries due out Q4 2019.
UK pricing starting from £29,995 (manual) / £31,495 (automatic)
EU pricing starting from €36,995 (manual) / €38,995 (automatic)
Evgenis FlexiOption™ finance will not be available on this vehicle.


Evgenis Automobiles
#54

2020 KGB WEC Hypercar Concept

Built to current WEC Hypercar Regulations, redefining maximum attack endurance racing.
3455cc Twin Turbo V10 producing peak 750hp all to the rear wheels
1100kg carbon fibre chassis
Pushrod front and rear suspension
1.78 peak cornering Gs
226mph top speed


Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb Result

| 0:47.44
( 0:40.94 split )


2020 KGB Hypercar Road Edition

Matching 3455cc Twin Turbo V10 given room to stretch to 821hp with our sophisticated 30/70 AWD drivetrain
1477kg padded head to toe in luxurious leather hand-made to the user with state-of-the-art infotainment
1.2g average cornering Gs
Dual clutch 7 speed transmission pulling to 207mph
2.80s 0-100kmh
10.15 1/4 mile

RRP $500,000

Goodwood Festival of Speed Hillclimb Result

| 0.50.51
( 0:43.88 split )


#55

Frunia, 7 July 2019: Monarch Motor Company celebrates its 65th Anniversary at Goodwood. After a small hiatus due to design issues and a switch in materials, Monarch Motor Company (MMC) introduces its latest offering for the third decade of the 21st century, the Monarch Marvel 7 series of cars.

“We are so very proud of these cars. The exemplary engineering and design highlights the true ideals of the Monarch Motor Company…Carl Montag, CEO.”


Marvel7 5STR Elite Sedan


Marvel7 4STR Sport Coupe (Carbon Fiber Limited Edition)


Marvel7 5STR Country Rurale


Marvel7 5STR Sport Porta5


For its seventh generation, the Marvel7 features advanced and innovative engineering and details. Starting with the new i3B-series 1.5 liter Direct-Injected Petrol Turbocharged (DiGT) 3-cylinder engine, producing 195 horsepower (hp) and 177 foot-pounds (lb-ft) torque, efficiency and power best exemplify the Marvel7. An optional 2.0 liter (DiGT) 4-cylinder producing 250 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque is available across the line in every trim level.

The reengineered line of cars chassis features an advanced high-strength steel monocoque, surrounded by a partial aluminum body. An all aluminum independent suspension system features a double-wishbone front and rear multi-link layout, provides superior, sporty handling.

We invite you to visit our display at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, to fully appreciate the 2020 Marvel7 Sedan, Coupe, Rurale and Porta5.

City, Town and Country…Marvel Moves You!

And…we’ll see you at Pebble Beach!


#56

Cardinal Vorticia

Left is the Vorticia S. Middle is the Vorticia Base. Right is the Vorticia R.

The Cardinal Vorticia is based on the @TheAgathaNakai 2018 Serena S6 Series, similar to how RUF vehicles are being based on the Porsches, or Brabus vehicles being based on the Mercedes-Benz vehicles. As a result there are a few horsepower trims of the Vorticia, ranging from 600 HP to more than 1100 HP. Similar to the power, the price ranges from below $100K USD/$125K CAD, to more than $200K USD/$250K CAD!

Cardinal Vorticia Base

  • Same interior as the 2018 Serena S6 3.8S
  • Swapped with a Porsche 3.0L Flat 6 Twin Turbo Engine from the 992 GTS
  • Power is 600 HP and Torque is 500 LB-FT
  • Upgraded with a 7-Speed Sequential Manual Transmission with a Limited Slip Differential
  • Upgraded with Pirelli P Zeros along with 20 inch forged rims.
  • Upgraded Active Sport Suspension
  • New top speed is 348 km/h (airspeed tested in BeamNG)
  • Acceleration from 0-100 km/h is now less than 3 seconds
  • Quarter mile time is less than 11 seconds
  • Price is $99900 USD

Cardinal Vorticia S

  • Same equipment as the Vorticia Base
  • Uses the same engine as the Serena S6 3.8, but with twin turbos installed instead.
  • Using carbon fiber trim as an interior upgrade and weight reduction as well.
  • Upgraded Brembo Carbon Ceramic Brakes
  • Upgraded 22 inch Magnesium Rims
  • Power is 723 HP and Torque is 600 LB-FT
  • Upgraded transmission with a Porsche 7-PDK with Electronic LSD
  • New Top Speed is 368 km/h (airspeed tested in BeamNG)
  • New Acceleration from 0-100 km/h is 2.8 seconds
  • Quarter mile time is now at 10.5 seconds
  • Price is $140K USD

Cardinal Vorticia R

  • Swapped with a Porsche-based 4.0L Flat 6 Engine plus twin turbos
  • Same equipment as the Cardinal Vorticia S
  • Upgraded Semi Slick tires with 23 inch Carbon Fiber Rims
  • Power is 1100 HP and Torque is 900 LB-FT
  • Acceleration from 0-100 km/h is less than 2.5 seconds
  • Top Speed is >400 km/h
  • Roadholding is 1.3 G
  • Quarter Mile Time is less than 10 seconds
  • Price is now at $200K USD

Last but not least, I have to say thank you to @TheAgathaNakai for letting me use the Serena S6 to tune the beauty into a horsepower goddess which having an extremely powerful engine she deserves. Have a wonderful day!

Bon Jovi - Have a Nice Day


#57

2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed Pre-Show Coverage


This is Manabu Kurosawa, and welcome to the pre-show coverage of 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed from us Drivers.com! This FOS is certainly huge, and loads of automakers are gathering together just to showcase their latest and greatest exotic cars to the public. So yeah, let’s begin.

Ohhh!!! Amazing! Beautiful! Zephorus presented the SLS, a full carbon supercar, that completed the Hillclimb between 41 and 47.65s.

Hades showed up a 2004… No, wait… anyway… 2020 Conquest, in three trims: the road-going car, and two race models, the RS and the GTLM. The RS will go on sale in late 2020, meanwhile the GTLM in 2021.

Kou-Pei and Velocity… That two generic kei cars from RWR promises at least fun and driving pleasure, and “more power and better chassis” on the Velocity, but with no more info specified.

And the Japanese manufacturer Tanaka unveiled the 5th-gen of the famous X-Series coupé, and is fan-bleeding-tastic! Powered by a NA 4.5-litre V8 that revs up to 9300 RPM (or the same engine, with twin-turbocharged), we can say that’s probably one of the last high-revving naturally aspirated V8s. Is a high-tech car (it comes with glued aluminium frame and autopilot, but fortunately, doesn’t come with steer-by-wire, to bring a better feedback from the steering wheel.

Mondo showed the E10 Naga, an absolute beast. Using the standard E10 as base, is now powered by a monstruous twin turbo 7.5L V10, with 812hp, making the 0-100 in 3 seconds, and capable to reach 359km/h of top speed. Interesting!

Can you imagine a Chinese sportscar, well built, back in 2009? No. But now, times changed, and the Chinese manufacturer Honghu showed the 8^8 (and not, it isn’t an 8-wheel and 8WD car), powered by a hybrid twinturbo V12, and featuring a very impressive design. And it ran the hillclimb in 49.34s! Awesome!

Shromet Parvus… Na-Nani! What’s doing a SUV here? A coupé SUV? An sport coupé SUV, with 277hp? No, thanks… (Manabu is shocked and affected)

That’s better… Meliora has brought back two of it’s iconic racers: The MM12, and the Andron, scoring the MM12 51.07s, and the Andron 56.96s on the hillclimb.

And Anueis presented five models: a carbon fibre saloon, the FS, that features V12 twin turbo engines, and high-tech; a van with hand made and 470hp… And other SUV (tears), powered by a 5.0 V8 with 520hp. Not bad, but fitted in the wrong body. An also a 510hp compact (and discrete) sedan, as well a concept car called Leona.

Oh! Mondo again, but that time in form of a supercar! And it has 1.3G of cornering grip! What a monster! And the engine, is a 2.0T H6, with 300Hp, and can do the 0-100 in 3 seconds, weighting less than 1000kg!

NOOOOOO!!! Atlas Omega!!! More SUVs noooO!!! Hum… It has good performance on the paper! 4.2 TT V8, 488hp, 1.17G… But is weeird.

What the heck is that! Cardinal Uwerwa… Uberwagen, yeah! HOLY SH*T!!! 1000HP 3.8L twin turbo V6! But is expensive AF! $300K!!!

And here, we have another classic beauty! The legendary Mosport Helix Le Mans from 1968!!! With the Sea Fuels livery!!! (he collapses to the ground, faint).

(Trying to understand where he has come from) Cardinal Skyline… First time that I hear about this brand… 3.5L inline 6… 1000HP IN A SEDAN AND WAGON??? Do they think they are Calvinator? Hmmm… At least has a more reasonable 700hp trim…

And Neko presented the X-Fuel, a hypercar that works with a combustion engine… and an algae based fuel, that you can use in any conventional car! Great idea to reuse old cars! And it looks gourgeous!


And that’s all folks! Now, it’s time to start the engines, and enjoy the show! See’ya later!


#58

its a 4.2L V8 twin turbo on the V model, not a 4.8.


#59

Hey there, no reviews of today’s entries? Just curious…


#60

Mondo Takes On the Hillclimb!

Sunday, 7th July 2019. A dry overcast afternoon, the sky a shimmering pale white, as it so often is over Goodwood. Mondo finally takes their assortment of vehicles to the hillclimb.

The Mondo E10 Naga is first up the hill. Blazing off the line at speeds much faster than its size implies, the high performance luxury car breezes past Goodwood House. Rounding the corners and threading through the slow section over at the flint wall, the Mondo E10 Naga crosses the line at 0.54.93.

And now the All New Mondo E2 takes its turn up the hill. Performance-wise, it is the antithesis of the E10 Naga; light, low powered, a small cornering champion more than it is a straight line bruiser. As such, it trails behind the Naga in the opening fast sections. However, it becomes far more comfortable through the technical section of the climb, sprinting between the hay bales with great agility. The Mondo E2 utimately crosses the line at 0.53.98.

And that is all from Mondo at Goodwood… Or is it?
Behind the Mondo E2, out rolls another, surprise vehicle under tarp. Its silhouette is indeed quite a strange sight to see in Goodwood. Once it arrives at the starting line the tarp is unveiled and it definitely is different.

The Coba SuperCourier Prototype

No, this is not a Mondo branded vehicle. The Coba Creative Division (CCD) is the experimental division under Mondo Automobiles, tasked with exercising and executing design and/or engineering ideas that may or may not be implemented in future Mondo models. As such, its products may be wild and quite far removed from ordinary Mondo vehicles. The SuperCourier is an exploration of the ultimate performance in a delivery vehicle. As a result, the SuperCourier gives a whole new meaning to “guaranteed same day delivery.”

Without further delay, the SuperCourier flies off the starting line at great pace, hitting 100 km/h in a show-stopping 2.6 seconds. This is thanks to its 642hp 4.4L i6TT engine, and its lightweight carbon fibre construction giving the vehicle an empty weight of only 1432kg. Hurtling down the course into Molecomb, the SuperCourier surprises again with its turn in rate, thanks to its performance tyres and suspension optimized for both load carrying and cornering. Hitting the carbon ceramic brakes at the flint wall, the back end getting quite light, the SuperCourier navigates the tight corner well and then sprints to the line, setting a 0.51.37, the fastest time under Mondo.

And thus concludes Mondo’s attendance at the Goodwood Hillclimb. Thank you for your attention, and enjoy the festival!


#61

Goodwood Hillclimb Times Update:

Cardinal Skyline GT-X (1000 HP): 0:49.72

Cardinal Uberwagen X (1000 HP): 0:48.32

Cardinal Vorticia R (1100 HP): 0:48.54

That will be all at the Goodwood Festival of Speed! Enjoy the Show! See you at Pebble Beach!