Supercar news round-up

porscheThe Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid has been revealed

The 2018 model of the Porsche Panamera has been revealed, and the hybrid version looks set to be quite the contender with an impressive 462 HP. Pulling off 0-62MPH in just 4.6 seconds, boasting a new 8-speed PDK transmission and featuring the stunning new Panamera looks, we predict this is going to be a very popular model when it launches in the near future.

Ferrari to produce even more limited editions for 70th anniversary

As well as launching the LaFerrari Aperta in honour of their 70th Anniversary, Ferrari are also developing 350 bespoke special editions, each of which will be different from the next.

The models will all come from the current lineup: 70 of each of the California T, 488 GTB, 488 Spider, GTC4 Lusso, and F12 Berlinetta. The company’s Tailor-Made division will handle the custom designs, and we can’t wait to see the results.

bmwWill there be an M2 Convertible after all?

BMW have sworn that they’ll never make a convertible version of the BMW M2, with the car’s chief engineer even stating that “convertibles are not for racetracks, they’re for cruising…. We need to keep it as purist as we did the 1 Series M Coupe.”

Now, however, Autoblog.nl is claiming to have pictures of the impossible: an M2 convertible in the flesh. Is it real? Is there even a market for it? All we can say is stay tuned folks!