How long will Lamborghini take until they reveal their next hypercar? Until then we will have to turn our attention to its 2019’s first launch of the year, the Huracan EVO. So, what’s different from the last Huracan that Lamborghini launched? First, let’s get the similarities out of the way. Heart of the matter of
2019 is going to attract a lot of eyeballs toward the electric vehicles. Coming this January, Polestar gave a sneak peek of its second electric vehicle which they mentioned will come into production in mid to late 2019. The picture released by Polestar Cars on Twitter showed the Polestar 2’s roof and rear from a
2019 SC19 Alston The Alston is based on the Aventador SVJ and was unveiled last year in November. It looks like the Huracan from the sides and has a really aggressive looking back with cone-shaped dual exhausts at the centre. Units Produced: Not Released Engine: 6.5-litre V12 Power: 770bhp at 8,500rpm Torque: 720Nm at 6,750rpm
The first product to be introduced by Honda Car India in 2019 would the Civic. Scheduled for February launch, the Japanese automaker is in the thick of testing due to which one such unit of Honda Civic was spotted recently in Delhi NCR Region. Showcased at last year’s Auto Expo, the Civic would be re-introduced
Italian sports car manufacturer brand, Lamborghini has completed 55 years in the automotive industry in May 2018. It had introduced a special limited edition 2019 Aventador Superveloce Jota (SVJ) 63 to commemorate Lamborghini’s founding year which goes a long way back in 1963 at the Pebble Beach Car Week in California on 26 August 2018.