Ever since Enzo Ferrari solidified Italy as the cradle of the world’s most beautiful sport cars, we have been witnessing a never drying stream of four-wheel marvels that are the pinnacle of automobile dreams of any driver. Despite the hardships that the country went through in 2020, Italian manufacturers have shown resilience and are already coming back to the full speed production and presentation of all-new 2021 models. In this video we will demonstrate to you the most stunning performance autos from the peninsula so stay tuned if you consider yourself a true admirer of automotive design and bonkers speed.
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#1 2021 Lamborghini Sian Roadster
The Sian Roadster is keeping the mechanical framework of its older sibling, so we are looking at a mid-engine super sports car that combines 785 horsepower of the V12 with additional 34 hp from the hybrid system.
#2 2021 Maserati Ghibli Hybrid
Hyped as the first electrified car from the Italian brand, the facelifted Maserati Ghibli sedan arrives featuring only mild hybrid tech, instead of a plug-in setup, or a least a strong hybrid system. The model comes powered by a 2-liter turbo gasoline that is aided by a 48V electric supercharger, called the e-Booster.
#3 2021 Giulia GTA
The legendary Italians celebrate their 110th anniversary with the most extreme version of the Giulia sedan, offered in daily 4-seat GTA and race 2-seat GTAm modifications.
#4 2020 Lamborghini Essenza SCV12
2020 Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 is the latest Squadra Corse hypercar that accumulates all of the motorsports expertise of the brand and as result, manages to deliver higher downforce levels than GT3 racers.
#5 2021 Ferrari Roma
Though based on the current Portofino, the Roma grand tourer was designed by the brand’s Styling Center and Aerodynamics division, featuring 70 % of all new components. The model’s exterior styling departs from Ferrari’s current direction, and it is inspired by the “nuova dolce vita” or “pleasurable way of life” in the 1950-60s Rome.
#6 2021 Pagani Imola
Named after the race circuit where it covered over ten thousand miles during the tuning process, the Pagani Imola is a track-focused version of the brand’s Huyara hypercar as well as its most powerful iteration yet.
#7 2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Spyder
Just as its AWD sibling, the entry-level Huracan Evo, if we may say so about a car costing over two hundred thousand dollars, is getting a soft top version this year. Aesthetically, the Spyder boasts similar lines as the coupe, but it also gets several stylistic tweaks.
#8 2020 Fiat Abarth 695 70th Anniversary Special Series
2020 Fiat Abarth 695 70th Anniversary Special Series celebrates 70 years of Abarth’s pocket rockets, and it is released in a limited production run of 1949 units.
#9 Maserati MC20
The trident badge has been feeling comfortable on the front grilles of sports SUVs, sedans and coupes, but now it is about to face a new challenge being placed on the all-new mid-engine supercar labeled Maserati MC20.