AutoComplete: Pininfarina preps electric hypercar for Monterey
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Pininfarina, always the bridesmaid and never the bride, is no longer content to merely style beautiful cars for other manufacturers.
It's getting ready to build an electric hypercar of its own.
The design [UNKNOWN] show off a prototype of its FP0 to select to potential customers in Monterey this year And expects to start producing a limited run of them in 2020.
The PF0 will have the guts of a Rimac, so we're sure that it will be silly fast and very cool.
Ford is once again brining back the racing-league Cobrajet Mustang, this time with a supercharged 2.5-liter V8 to dominate drag strips across America.
These cars, unlike the 1968 model which it is built to honor, will not have VIN numbers, and as such, can't be registered for the road.
But That's okay because roads have corners, and this car wouldn't know what to do with one of those anyway.
The 2019 Mustang Cobra Jest will retail for $130,000 and production is limited to just 68 units.
Infiniti is making moves to drop vintage inspired electric heat rocks on us once again during Monterey's car week in the form of it's new prototype ten concept.
Where the previous prototype nine was styled to resemble a 1930s chrome pre-racer, this car seems to resemble a long distance road race specials from the 1950s.
Infinity's given us a couple of teaser images, and they're definitely working for us.
Now we just have to start marking off our calendars before the reveal.
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