Nissan is previewing three concept vehicles that foreshadow the automaker's next-generation electrification lineup: A compact all-electric pickup truck called the Surf-Out that is envisioned as an outdoorsy activity vehicle; a sleek, bullet-shaped, open-top sporty model dubbed the Max-Out and a squat utility vehicle called the Hang-Out.
The coupe-like SUV -- available only as a plug-in hybrid, using the automaker's newly developed M Hybrid drive system, pairing a V-8 engine and a high-performance electric motor to generate up to 750 hp -- heralds a new front end; a version of which will be seen for the first time in 2022 as part of a BMW model offensive.
The third fully electric vehicle that Genesis has announced will be available only as an all-wheel-drive model when it comes to North America. Genesis says the EV is expected to reach 60 mph in 4.5 seconds with Boost Mode.
The Ferrari Daytona SP3 has the supercar maker's most powerful engine ever, a 840-hp normally aspirated V-12 that reaches 9,500 rpm, delivers 697 newton meters of torque and can propel the car to more than 340 kph.