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Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6

Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 Ferrari has taken the wraps off its new Le Mans Hypercar set to contend one year from now in the FIA World Perseverance Title (WEC). The crew from Maranello has picked the "499P" name to repeat the terminology it's been utilizing for quite a long time. "499" alludes to the limit in cubic centimeters of every chamber while the "P" addresses model. At the core of the electric machine is a 3.0-liter V6 with a couple of turbochargers. Albeit the six-chamber factory has a similar 120-degree design as the motor utilized by the 296 GTB/GT3. Driving the plan and improvement of the Ferrari Attivita Playful GT sportscar dashing division, Ferdinando Cannizzo said the motor is basically unique and the V6 was picked for being lightweight and minimized. Ferrari 499P Le Mans Hypercar Breaks Cover With Twin-Turbo V6 The mid-back ignition motor

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart
Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

Mercedes has uncovered the cutting edge AMG C63, and the turbocharged M177 V8 is gone. The automaker has picked cross breed drive, matching a super four-chamber with an electric engine. However, the V8 will not go discreetly into the night on account of Manhart, which is sending off the new CR 700 Last Release.

In light of the V8-controlled C63 AMG S, the vehicle gets an enormous presentation help thanks to Manhart's updates. The model is accessible with the Manhart Super Execution Unit that overhauls the turbochargers and intercoolers, which are nevertheless two parts of a bigger riddle.

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart
Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

The reseller's exchange expert likewise adds its carbon consumption and ECU map, taking the 510-strength (380-kilowatt) stock vehicle to 712 hp (530 kW). The force rating sees a comparable leap, expanding from 516 pound-feet (700 Newton-meters) to 678 lb-ft (920 Nm). The Manhart-tuned Mercedes can run from 62 miles each hour (100 kilometers each hour) to 124 mph (200 kph) in 5.5 seconds, which the tuner claims is "a huge improvement of a few seconds" contrasted with the standard model.

The vehicle likewise gets a redesigned exhaust, with Manhart's Race and Game downpipe exhaust frameworks accessible for send out as it were. One needs exhaust systems, while different highlights 200-cell ones. Manhart adds unknown moves up to the transmission and introduces level flexible H&R curl springs.

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart
Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

Twenty-inch wheels are standard, which Manhart offers with a custom completion. The wheels on the model above have a matte-dark completion and gold edge highlights. Another new plan detail is the shine dark radiator grille finish.

Manhart's powerful C63 is an incredible farewell for the vehicle, and numerous fans probably won't care for the cutting edge's scaling back. Be that as it may, the 2024 AMG C63 will pack an incredible punch, matching petroleum with power. The module mixture will deliver 671 hp (500 kW) and 752 lb-ft (1,019 Nm) of force, and all the power will send it to 60 mph (96 kph) in a guaranteed 3.3 seconds. That is around 0.5 seconds faster than its ancestor.

Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart
Mercedes-AMG C63 With V8 Gets High-Powered Sendoff From Manhart

While the new C63 will have the exhibition figures to back up the change to mixture power, there's little to supplant the V8's loud exhaust note. The Manhart CR700 Last Version gives the motor a legitimate farewell, however we're eager to see how the tuner can manage a stock 671 hp.

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