As a sign of recovery in the automotive segment, this summer season welcomes countless new supercar releases. Today in the spotlight is a lineup of all new 2022 models from the world-renowned brands as well some exclusive offerings from boutique manufacturers with astonishing looks and breathtaking performance numbers.
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#1 2022 Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae
Like many iconic Lambos before it, the legendary Aventador bull has reached the end of its road. Italians will pay their respects to the model with a final Ultimae incarnation that will be produced in the limited numbers of 350 coupe units and 250 roadsters.
#2 2022 Touring Arese RH95
The name of this bespoke supercar honors the coach builder’s 95-year long history, the street where it has been headquartered all this time, as well as the project’s main backer. The exterior design of the Ferrari-based Arese RH95 is intentionally dramatic: it gets scissor doors, huge wheel arches with intricate rims, and a nostril-like front grille.
#3 2022 Ferrari 296 GTB
2022 Ferrari 296 GTB will be the first road-going Ferrari fitted with a V6 PHEV hybrid powertrain. The 2.9-liter six-cylinder is paired with an electric motor, responsible for 167 ponies in the total output of 830 horsepower and 545 pound-feet of peak torque.
#4 2022 McLaren Elva
It seems that McLaren overestimated the demand for the windshieldless Elva, so now instead of initially promised 399 units, the model will see just 149 produced. To widen its US reach, the Elva will now offer an actual, physical windscreen instead of their hyped active air management system.
#5 2022 Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2
The 2022 racing season coincides with the second upgrade in the lifecycle of Lamborghini’s racer for the Super Trofeo championship. The Evo2 mainly focuses on the aerodynamics fine tuning and alignment of the model with the brand’s latest hexagonal design theme.
#6 2022 Peugeot 9X8
In 2022, Peugeot will be entering the World Endurance Championship series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the hybrid 9X8 supercar. Developed specifically for these races, the model juggles the efforts of a 2.6L biturbo V6, that alone can produce 680 horses allowed by the regulations, and an electric motor, rated for another 272.
#7 2022 Ferrari 812 Competizione and 812 Competizione A
Initially teased as the Limited Edition V12, the new Superfast-based supercar arrives in two modifications: the Ferrari 812 Competizione coupe and the targa-top named A or Aperta. Both sport even more aerodynamically optimized bodywork with a full-width rear diffusor, new air intakes system, reworked exhaust with a single pipe, and modified braking setup.
#8 2022 Zenvo TSR-S
Denmark’s only auto manufacturer has been operational since 2009 but managed to produce only 15 cars to date. However, the expertise gained through these years has allowed the new Zenvo TSR-S to squeeze in the tight club of the world’s quickest street-legal supercars.
#9 2022 Bussink GT R Speedlegend: speed-legend.com/
Deriving inspiration from Mercedes Formula One racing cars and the SLR Stirling Moss, Dutch entrepreneur Ronald Bussink designed the limited-run GT R Speedlegend based on the Mercedes-AMG GT R.
#10 2022 Aston Martin V12 Speedster DBR1
Limited to just 88 units, the Aston Martin V12 Speedster can be made even more special with the new bespoke DBR1 specification, that honors the 1959 Le Mans-winning Aston. The package adds the signature Racing green paint scheme with white pinstripe and roundels, black-diamond turned 21inch wheels, and a Satin Silver-finished grille.