New cars for 2020: Sportscars to wait for

    We've compiled a list of all the sportscars that are set to launch next year.

    Published On Dec 21, 2019 06:00:00 AM


    New cars for 2020: Sportscars to wait for

    Lexus LC500h


    Lexus will bring its flagship model, the LC500h, to India next year. The radically designed coupé is the brand’s most striking model since the LFA supercar. The LC500h is powered by a 3.5-litre V6 petrol motor that makes 300hp and 348Nm of peak torque that runs in conjunction with an electric motor. The total system output is 354hp. Features include a a 10.3-inch infotainment system that’s controlled by a touchpad placed next to the gear lever, a digital instrument cluster, and a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat.

    Coming Mid-2020
    Engines 3.5P(H)
    Price From Rs 1.5 crore

    Ferrari F8 Tributo


    The last non-hybrid V8 to be produced by Ferrari (barring a special edition or two), the F8 Tributo uses the same award-winning 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 as the 488 GTB, but tuned to produce a whopping 720hp and 770Nm of torque. The F8 is also the fastest series production mid-engine Ferrari until date – it has a claimed 0-100kph time of 2.9sec, a 0-200kph time of just 7.8sec and can go on to hit a top whack of 340kph. Compared to the 488, the F8 is 40kg lighter and produces 15 percent more downforce thanks to the various design changes. Styling cues are borrowed from a number of famous Ferraris – the twin rear light clusters are a modern interpretation of the units featured on the first eight-cylinder Berlinetta, the 1975 308 GTB, while the louvres on the transparent engine cover are a design reference to the F40.

    Coming Early 2020
    Engines 3.9P
    Price From Rs 4.02 crore

    Disclaimer: All prices, estimated, ex-showroom.

    Also see:

    New cars for 2020: Hatchbacks to wait for

    New cars for 2020: Sedans to wait for

    New cars for 2020: EVs to wait for

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