Ferrari made history by winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans again, an EV startup named Terror debuted, and Ford showed off its rolling wind tunnel. This week is Reverse Week here at the Motor Authority.
Ferrari returns to the 24 Hours of Le Mans won the race After completing 342 laps. The win gave the Prancing Horse its 10th Le Mans victory. It was the 100th anniversary race.
of 2024 Buick Envision Debut It features an improved design, upgraded technology and GM’s hands-free driver assistance system called Super Cruise. The compact crossover’s design mimics that of the larger Enclave, adding a tri-color shield to the carmaker’s revised badge.
EV startup Telo A small electric pickup truck appeared. With a reported price tag of around $50,000, a range of around 350 miles, up to 500 horsepower and up to 6,600 pounds of traction, the Telo sounds too good to be true. Most impressive is the fact that this truck is about the length of a Mini Cooper but can carry five adults and has a five-foot bed.
Porsche Mission X electric hypercar Leading automakers in new design directions. With vertical LED headlights, full width LED taillights and race car doors, the Mission X is an electric hypercar unlike anything Porsche has ever built.
Ford detailed the new model rolling wind tunnel It can simulate speeds up to 200 miles per hour. The automaker turned to wind tunnels for the development of the 2024 Mustang Dark Horse. It produces more downforce than any production Mustang with his 5.0-liter V-8 engine in history.
https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1139958_ferrari-wins-le-mans-telo-ford-s-wind-tunnel-the-week-in-reverse Ferrari wins Le Mans, Terror and Ford’s wind tunnel: a week of comebacks