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While we’ll be taking a more comprehensive look at this powertrain in the November print version of Automotive Design & Production, it is interesting to note that yesterday it was announced that the first-ever supercharged Corvette Z06 engine—SAE certified at 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque—propelled the car to the fastest speed ever for a production car run at GM’s Milford Road Course in Michigan.
There are a couple ways to think about luxury vehicles.
This is a photo that you probably haven’t seen: That’s the interior of the BMW i3.