Pebble Beach Dazzles With Its Supercar Reveals


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The 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is in the history books. It was a year of some incredible supercar and roadster reveals along with stunning concept car debuts as well, which you can read about in our post here.

$5.8 Million Bugatti Divo

Even if you had $5.8 million lying around, you’d be out of luck when it comes to the Bugatti Divo. All 40 of them were sold before they hit the lawn in Pebble Beach.
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The Divo is named after Albert Divo, a French racing driver who was a two-time winner of the famous Targa Florio race on the mountainous roads of Sicily with Bugatti in the late 1920s. It features the same a 1,479-hp quad-turbo W-16 powertrain as the Chiron. Though it makes a top speed of 236 mph as opposed to the Chiron’s 261 mph due to aerodynamic design changes.

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

There’s a new Lamborghini Aventador in town and this is the fastest of them all. It’s the Aventador SVJ.

The V-12 770-horsepower beast of a machine has already hit the Nurburgring where it earned the title of fastest production car in the world (as of now, anyway.)
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Lamborghini will only build 900 of its latest flagship model. The price tag, $518,000.

2019 Acura NSX, 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition, 2019 BMW Z4 Launch Edition

Acura used the Pebble Beach stage to debut its 2019 NSX and you couldn’t miss it in a Thermal Orange paint hue that pays tribute to 30 years of Acura motorsports vehicles with orange accented liveries. The automaker says it delivered more than 1,900 second-generation NSX supercars globally across 2017 and 2018 model years and nearly 1,000 of those went to the US. Order books for are open and U.S. deliveries slated to begin in October.
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Ford did not disappoint with the debut of the 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition. The latest GT to wear the Heritage badge comes in the iconic Gulf Oil livery. The limited edition which will only see production for 2019 and 2020 model years pays tribute to back to back GT40 Le Mans wins in 1967 and 1968. No pricing yet. You can read more about the Ford GT Heritage Edition here.

Finally, BMW’s all-new 2019 Z4 roadster, revealed as a concept last year, made its world debut with a special M40i launch edition. The 283-horsepower roadster gets its juice from a 3.0-liter inline-six engine. Look for full lineup details in September. The two-seater will arrive in the spring of 2019.

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