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2019 Ford Raptor - Ford released the all new Raptor less than a year ago but it already looks like the company is about to release an update. So far the details are still scarce but it looks like the car will hit the market with the future 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor. The truck will come with an updated powertrain and likely a few changes to its running gear as well. The end result should be a faster and more aggressive vehicle that will allow Ford to maintain their domination on the full-size truck market. Even though the manufacturer decided to keep quiet so far, it looks like the future Raptor is well under development. 2019 Ford Raptor The current F-150 Raptor options a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 powerplant, which makes an remarkable 510 ft. lb. of torque. Even so, Ford’s recent motor selection for your new Raptor is usually a polarizing subject for a lot of, such as these from the off-road community. 2019 Ford Raptor Ford is primed to start out giving the new 7.0L V8 inside the Raptor in 2018 (being a 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor model). We think this was part of their strategy from day one; maximize the product sales output on the preliminary Gen-2 production run, then offer you a V8 alternative once the demand is large. Based mostly on Ford’s recent model facelift campaigns, we also expect the 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Engine to acquire a facelift/refresh in conjunction with the new 10-speed transmission and 7.0L V8 motor possibility
Here is the brand new 600 LT which has been launched at this years FOS. We were able to film it shooting flames from the exhaust as well as pulling a huge burnout off the start line. Incredible to see the capability of this new McLaren.
Mr Koenigsegg himself talks us through his new 1500bhp hypercar
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McLaren 570S Successor Due In 2019, Will Feature Hybrid And Autonomous Tech.
A replacement to the McLaren 570S is set to arrive next year and it will include both hybrid and autonomous technology.
As part of the company’s ongoing Track22 strategy, a host of McLaren models will adopt hybridization in the coming years. The first in this new line of hybrids will be an all-new Sports Series models.
Speaking to Autocar, McLaren boss Mike Flewitt confirmed that the revised Monocell II architecture to be used by the next 570S has been designed for a hybrid powertrain from the outset.
“Hybrid design is part of the next platform – it is designed-in from day one rather than having to adapt an existing chassis”, he said.
As for the vehicle’s self-driving ability, Flewitt didn’t say much other than confirming that the brand will be careful with what kind of autonomous technology it will implement in its vehicles: “We will be selective. Autonomy in its own right isn’t that appealing to our customers, but we need to have capabilities designed in for safety, legislation and emissions.”
The McLaren 570S only arrived in 2015, but McLaren, unlike its rivals, has a 4 to 5 year lifecycle for its models. Before a successor to the 570S lands, it is possible that a hardcore LT variant could be launched as a swansong to Woking’s entry-level model.