The ID R could lap the Nordschleife in under 5:30, threatening the Porsche 911 Hybrid Evo’s time.
“I don’t care about the drivetrain, 6m 30s is the target”, said Porsche’s Motorsport chief, Frank-Steffen Walliser.
7:43.8 is the time to beat if Renaultsport wants to reclaim the ‘Ring crown for FWD production cars from the Civic Type R.
The Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S has stolen the ‘Ring crown from the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio by lapping the track in 7:49.369.
The unofficial run shows once again, if anyone needed proof, that the Lamborghini Huracan Performante is one impressive machine.
Turns out the fat lady can sing at the Nurburgring.
With a few modifications from Porsche and Manthey Racing, the car managed the Nurburgring in 6:40.3.
If BMW doesn’t build an X7M, Alpina certainly will: here are the first spy shots of the X7 M50d-based XD7 performance SUV.
To quote the automaker, it’s “the fastest fully-fledged four-seater production car”; still not quicker than Jaguar’s XE SV Project 8, though.
The white prototype looks like a regular M5 until you spot the unique trunk spoiler.
That will buy you a passenger ride in the fastest production sedan on the Nordschleife with a professional driver behind the wheel.
The current record was set by the Nio EP9 electric hypercar in 2017 with a lap covered in 6 minutes and 45.90 seconds.