Auto news Highlights:- World’s First Flying Race Car, Paul Walker’s Toyota Supra, New Ferrari Supercar, German Moto GP, Porsche Batteries.
World’s first flying race car Makes Test.
Alauda Aeronautics has tested the Alauda Mk3 Flying car in Southern Australia. The racing car is capable of racing on tracks as well as on roads. The car was first debuted in February this year.
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Paul Walker’s Toyota Supra Sold For 5,50,000 USD
The iconic car from 2fast 2furious which was used by Paul Walker movie series has been sold at Barrett-Jackson For $5,50,000. This car is in Candy Orange pearl paint from Lamborghini Diablo and features Nuclear Gladiator graphics on its both sides.
New Ferrari Supercar to make Debut on 24th of June
Ferrari has finally announced the reveal date of the new supercar which was codenamed F171. The new supercar to make Debut on 24th of June which is not far from here. The car will use a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 and single electric motor and total output can be drawn up to 710Hp.
Honda’s Marc Marquez wins German GP
Honda’s Marc Marquez has won the German Moto GP by beating KTM’s Miguel Oliveira to win the race. Marc Marquez recoded a win after 581 days since the 2019 Valencia GP. The rider was out of action in 2020 due to his injury.
Porsche Tie-up with Customcell To Produce High-Performance Batteries.
Porsche in talk with German Battery maker CustomCell to produce high performance batteries in order to save the charging time in EV cars. Customcells is a company in southern Germany specializing in lithium-ion cells.