1. 2021 Acura NXX Type R
It was all speculation in the recent past, but rumors of a new NSX have been trending as of late. Acura has released a report which confirms that Acura is working on a newer, cooler version of its electric supercar. If this is true, we can expect to hear more about it in October at the Tokyo Motor Show in Japan.
The report put out by Acura boasts an output of 650 horsepower. The means to achieve these power gains was not mentioned, but we can speculate that they could modify the engine to accommodate, or they could tinker with the idea of three electric motors. If this model is anything like the last, it is sure to be magnificent.
2. 2022 Aston Martin Vanquish
A brand new mid-engined supercar is on its way. Speculations include that of three pedals and a stick. That’s right. Manual transmission. One report has claimed that the new Vanquish could feature a seven-speed manual featuring a dog-leg first gear, like that of the Vantage AMR.
The Vanquish will utilize an electrified twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine to produce more power and torque than any previous model. The Vanquish will stand strongly against peers- the Ferrari 8 Tributo, the McLaren 720 S, and the Lamborghini Hurcan. Aston Martin has not made mention to any figures yet.
3. 2021 Subaru WRX STI
Rumors from Japan indicate that the next-generation 2021 Subaru WRX STI is on its way. This information has not been explicitly confirmed by Subaru Corp, so it is all speculation at this point. However, we do know that the next generation of WRX/STI is in for some major upgrades.
BestCarWeb is spreading rumors that the 2021 STI will be equipped with a new FA20 Direct Injection Turbo Boxer. Allegedly, this will increase the car’s horsepower to 315, and will produce about 325 lb-ft of torque.
4. 2021 Dodge Challenger ACR
The 2021 Dodge Challenger will retain its overall design, according to sources. The tires and the breaks will be different, and the inside will be mostly unchanged- not counting exclusive interior features. Blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alerts, and forward-collision warnings are all equipped in order to provide for an advanced degree of safety.
The Dodge Challenger has a timeless design that functions exceptionally.
5. 2021 McLaren Speedster
This McLaren speedster is alleged to be the ultimate open-air driving experience. The vehicle won’t even come with a roof. This will help it to keep its weight down. Its design has been called “fluid”. It is anticipated to have the brand’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 without any hybrid help.
It is likely that production of the car will run lower than 500 units. They will likely be around 1.8 million U.S. dollars to own. If the car runs as well as it looks, it will be well worth the price.