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AutoComplete: Aston Martin pulls the wraps off the DBS Superleggera
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Aston Martin is reviving a historic name for its latest Gran Tour.
The DBS Superleggera.
The swoopy coup makes use of a hotter version of the DB11's Twin Turbo V12, as well as the carbon fiber and aluminum body.
Thus earning its forebearer's beloved badge.
The DBS Superleggera will cost in the neighborhood of $305,000, and if you want one, you better move fast.
It looks like Faraday Future's getting a new lease on life thanks to a $2 billion cash infusion from a new major investor.
But don't get too excited, because that money isn't coming all at once.
Will it be enough to get the company well and truly in the business of building cars instead of holding press conferences?
Can Faraday Future actually build a customer car by its ambitious August goal?
Goodwood's Festival of Speed is said to have its very first autonomous car make the run up Lord March's driveway early next month.
The car, which is a part of the newly launched Rover Race Autonomous Racing series will make the trip up the hill with no human intervention.
Just sensors and software to navigate up the notoriously treacherous drive at speed.
Will it make it all the way to the end or will the flint wall grate its body panels to dust?
We'll see next month.
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