2020 New Supercar: Aston Martin DBS Superleggera.
Reviving the DBS and Superleggera nameplates this year will be Aston’s flagship grand tourer. The Vanquish successor will move up the ladder in terms of performance and will compete head to head with the likes of the Ferraris 812 Superfast. The car will be based on a modified DB11 chassis and will be powered by a twin-turbo V12 tuned to produce more than 700 hp. The DBS Superleggera will be revealed in June. This is a New Supercar Launched 2020.
2020 New Supercar: Aston Martin 488 Rival.
In its first attempt at building a modern mid-engined supercar, Aston Martin is leaving no stones unturned. The British marque has hired the best engineers from Ferrari to beat the prancing horse at it’s own game.
While we don’t have any details on the powertrain, the car will likely come with a twin-turbo V8 and will borrow many of its elements from the monstrous Valkyrie.
Currently, the car is being given the finishing aesthetic touches at Aston’s Milton-Keynes studio. It will be launched in 2019, just in time when the 488 replacement is due.
2020 New Supercar: Pininfarina Electric Hypercar
Strictly limited in production, the Pininfarina hypercar will draw upon the design vocabulary of the former design house’s aesthetic heritage.
It has been reported that the new hypercar might utilize modular underpinnings co-developed by the Croatian electric supercar maker Rimac and parent company Mahindra’s own Formula-E team. The total power output is expected to rival the 1,479 hp Bugatti Chiron. This is a New Supercar Launched 2020.
Pagani Huayra Successor
Pagani is ready to add two new supercars to its lineup.The follow-up to the Huayra will come with a new Mercedes-AMG built twin-turbo V12 – one designed to meet strictest emission regulations without needing hybrid assistance.
Expect a 800-900 hp car that is lightweight and just as beautiful as a Zonda or a Huayra. Look forward to a launch at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
McLaren’s next-gen Sports Series
The all-new Sports Series model and the successor to the very capable 570 range will launch next year.
The cars will be based on a new Monocell II architecture that has been designed for a hybrid powertrain from the outset. A more refined twin-turbo V8 is likely to be the main power source, however.
On the styling front, the new sports series model will let go of the McLaren brand logo shaped headlights for new hollow outlets that we have seen in the new Super Series car. Expect a reveal at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. This is a New Supercar Launched 2020.
McLaren BP23 Hyper-GT
Codenamed BP23, the new hyper GT from McLaren will resurrect the central-driving position first introduced on the McLaren F1. The BP23 which stands for ‘Bespoke Project 2 with 3 seats’ will be the fastest McLaren ever, surpassing the 240 mph top speed of the F1.
The 4.0-liter V8 borrowed from the 720S will be combined with a hybrid system for a total output north of 1000 hp. Also, like the McLaren F1, the BP23 will be produced in limited numbers – around 106 units in total. All of which have been sold out.