The automotive world is pushing its boundaries from sporty-looking cars to a transformation to EV cars. But one thing that will never go out of trend is supercars. Fierce, masculine and futuristic in appeal, LuxeBook has collated a list of all the new luxury supercar launches.
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A track-focused yet elegant state-of-the-art supercar born from the penmanship of Ferrari’s Centro Stile, led by Flavio Manzoni, one of the new luxury supercar launches is the Ferrari KC23. The car has a futuristic bespoke body and it has been designed exclusively for non-competitive track use. The KC23 also boasts butterfly doors that open vertically, adding to the theatre. Both the headlights and rear lights have been rethought. Another key highlight is the paintwork: a specially developed four-layer aluminium livery called Gold Mercury. The liquid metal in the paint gives it an astonishingly luminous gleam in the sunlight and colour changes depending on the light and where you’re standing.
On the interiors, the custom-made Alcantara©-trimmed bucket seats complement both the focused interior and urbane exterior. The KC23, the very pinnacle of Ferrari personalisation, will make its first public appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK between 13-16 July, before going on display at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello from 1 August to 2 October, much to the delight of the Ferraristi.
Mercedes Benz CLE
When it comes to new luxury supercar launches, the new Mercedes Benz CLE is making a serious case. The automotive giant is betting on the coupe’s comeback with the new CLE. This new offering is anticipated to serve as a replacement for both the C-Class Coupe and E-Class Coupe models. With its expressive design, exclusive comfort equipment for maximum individuality and confident, sporty driving performance, the new two-door car goes its own way. The market launch of the CLE Coupé will start in Europe in November.
The interior showcases a blend of conventional and modern design elements, along with an abundance of tech features. Several notable upgrades include a newly introduced 12.3-inch fully digital driver’s display, and an 11.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system that takes centre stage and operates on the latest iteration of the MBUX system. Additionally, the CLE offers an immersive ambience with its 64-colour ambient lighting system, and an optional Burmester 3D surround sound system, which now includes Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio technologies. All engines are equipped with a 48V mild-hybrid system, featuring an electric motor mounted on the gearbox that can generate 23 horsepower and 200 Newton meters of torque during intense acceleration.
Range Rover Sport SV
From focused on-road performance and world-renowned all-terrain capability, a host of exciting and innovative technologies make Range Rover Sport a part of the new luxury supercar launches. The new SV has a 635hp, 4.4-litre V8 engine, and can reach a top speed of 290kph. It drives four wheels via an eight-speed automatic gearbox. There are subtle design changes which include wider front and rear tracks and a new front bumper and grille treatment. Inside, the SV has new seats with integrated head restraints, which can be specified in leather or technical fabric. A new design of the steering wheel is smaller and has a thicker rim, with clearly moulded hand positions. It also incorporates an SV button to activate the SV or a personalised drive mode
Aston Martin DB12
Luxury supercar launches always get us excited and this one my Aston Martin raises the bar. Aston Martin’s newest powerhouse is the DB12 with 671 horses and 590 ft-lbs of torque. Unveiled at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival, the DB12 combines the sleekness of the DB11 with the commanding presence of the DBS, resulting in a coupe that exudes both refinement and sportiness. The new DB12 is a more dynamic and thoroughly modernised DB11.
From the larger grille to the sculpted lines and flush door handles––every detail contributes to its fierce and captivating design. Inside, a driver-centric space awaits, featuring a clean and comfortable layout, a 10.3-inch in-house developed infotainment system, and luxurious Alcantara leather. With a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of over 200 mph, the DB12 earns its title as a super tourer.
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