After designing race cars for decades, Dallara is branching out into the street-legal supercar segment for the first time. Its first car is named Stradale, Italian for "street version," and it uses a 400-horsepower supercharged four-cylinder engine. Pricing information hasn't been released yet.
Volkswagen has introduced a Polo-based model named Virtus designed and built for South American markets. The three-box body sets it apart from its hatchback sibling, but the two models are identical under the sheet metal. As of writing, there are no plans to sell the Virtus outside of South America.
Rally champion and Porsche development boss Walter Röhrl argues cars are getting too fast for the Nürburgring. "You have no room for mistakes, that's the bad thing. On the speeds like in this car (GT2), you go Schwedenkreuz at 295km/h and Fuchsrohre at 270km/h, and I know all the accidents which have been on these places in the last 20 years," he explained.
Chevrolet will auction off the very first Corvette Carbon 65 edition, a special model limited to 650 examples. The car will be sold by former president George W. Bush, and the proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Bush Center's Military Service Initiative.
If you can't wait for the Urus, you can satisfy your craving for a Lamborghini SUV with a U.S.-spec LM002 in like-new condition. It will cross the auction block in December in New York City, and it could sell for up to $500,000.
Renault just introduced its own version of the second-generation Dacia Duster unveiled earlier this year at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The Renault-badged model will be sold in South America and in select Asian markets.