And as always, the event promises to deliver on all its promises in terms of a passion for cars. Supercars, supercars, concepts and novelties, not forgetting, of course, the most beautiful vintage cars in the world: we will be amazed! Here’s a brief overview of what awaits you in the coming days!
Acura Precision EV Concept
Acura is no stranger to Auto Week. Last year we saw the new NSX Type S for the first time, and it was also the first mention of the Integra’s return. This year should not be less than privacy. Acura introduces the Precision EV concept to demonstrate the design language of its future electric vehicles.
Audi S1 E-Tron Quattro Hoonitron
We’ve seen Ken Block’s Audi S1 E-Tron Quattro Hoonitron in pictures, but we’ll finally get a glimpse of this electric race car in person at Monterey. Joining the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion alongside the iconic 1985 Audi Sport Quattro S1 Group B, Hoonitron will race around Laguna Seca starting August 17th.
Bentley Mulliner Bator
Bentley is doing it in a big way this year. The highly anticipated Mulliner Batur will introduce the world to the automaker’s new design language for the electric Bentley era. This limited-edition GT will succeed last year’s Bacalar, and one can only imagine its price tag.
BMW M4 CSL / M3 50 years
BMW has two big offerings planned for Monterey: the new M4 CSL and the M3 50 Jahre Edition. The first coupe boasts 550 horsepower and a 0-100 time of 3.6 seconds, making it the most powerful M4 ever. Meanwhile, the M3 Special Edition brings to life the colors of popular M cars such as Techno Violet and Deep Interlagos Blue.
Heavenly Cadillac Concept
We got our first look at the stunning Celestiq back in July when the luxury sedan made its virtual debut. With its massive body and plush interior – complete with a massive 55-inch touchscreen – Celeste will make its first-person appearance in Monterey.
Hennessy Venom F5 Roadster
What’s better than a supercar with 1,817 horsepower and a top speed of 311 mph? Same speed without cap. Hennessey will be showing off her highly anticipated Venom F5 Roadster at Monterey Auto Week this year, and while we don’t know all the details just yet, we can expect the performance to be close to that of the coupe. .
Delorean Alpha 5
DeLorean is back – and the incredible Alpha5 will make its world debut at the Pebble Beach competition. With a battery capacity of over 100 kWh, the all-electric DeLorean promises a range of up to 300 miles and a 0-60 mph time of just 3.4 seconds when it goes into production.
Lamborghini Huracan Strato / Urus Evo
This has not yet been confirmed, but Lamborghini could offer up to three novelties at Monterey. The Huracan Sterato and a variant of the Lamborghini Urus SUV are expected to hit the lawns at Pebble Beach — and maybe even a third model if we’re lucky.
Lucid Air Stealth Edition
Lucid Air underwent a radical change in Monterey. The new Stealth Edition sedan is dressed in black on no less than 35 exterior parts, from the front fascia and mirror caps to the wheels and rear spoiler. hidden copy!
Myers Manx 2.0.0 Update
Just like DeLorean, Meyers Manx is back. This time around, the iconic wagon returns with an all-electric version that includes a premium 40kWh battery pack and up to 480km of electric range. But if you want one, you have to hurry. The company offers only 50 copies for the year 2023 … at an undisclosed price.
Honoring the Porsche 911 “Sally” of cars
Sally Carrera, one of the main characters in the movie cars From Pixar, she turns 20 this year. For the occasion, Porsche in Monterey will be presenting a Sally tribute 911, based on the 992. It won’t have eyes in the windshield – as far as we know – but it will play the same job of blue metallic paint as an animated character.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom Series 2 makes its debut at Monterey Car Week. The iconic luxury car features an updated exterior design for 2023 that includes new wheel options and an updated grille, as well as a more luxurious interior than ever before.
SSC Tuatara مهاجم striker
The SSC Tuatara, which has a top speed of 282 mph (453 km/h), has a little brother. SSC will unveil a new track-only Tuatara dubbed the Striker. Featuring a massive rear spoiler and giant diffuser, the Striker has three times the downforce of the standard Tuatara at speeds over 160 mph, but retains its 1,750-horsepower powertrain.