The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2021 has offered hypercar makers an excellent opportunity to show off their wares. The Festival is a historic hill climb that often features new cars and prototypes, along with historic race cars.
This year, attendees got to see the Aston Martin Valkyrie up close and personal. The Valkyrie is one of the most anticipated hypercars in recent memory. Aston Martin has produced a lot of great cars over the years, but the Valkyrie may go down as one of the best.
This hybrid hypercar promises to offer track-worthy performance but is street legal. Still, the Valkyrie did suffer some issues at the hill climb, having to stop owing to mechanical problems.
The McLaren Elva also made an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2021. This powerful roadster is the lightest McLaren for sale ever built. The Elva pays homage to the past, and specifically Bruce McLaren’s dominant race cars in the 1960s.
The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport was also on hand. The Bugatti Chiron for sale has emerged as one of the best performing hypercars on the road. The Pur Sport lineup ups the performance and features a new transmission with shorter gears. The Pur Sport also offers more downforce, allowing this hypercar to hug the road.
Lamborghini, Ferrari, and various other hypercar manufacturers were on hand, showing off their latest and greatest models and prototypes. While the COVID-19 pandemic dampened many auto shows and other events last year, the 2021 season is proving to be quite busy.
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