Maserati might be late to the electric game, but its new Ghibli Hybrid demonstrates its ability to possibly overtake the competition.
While on the heavy side, the Porsche Taycan is surprisingly quick with a two-speed gearbox.
Available to order now, the six limited-edition matched pairs pay homage to the duo that kickstarted it all.
The car has ripped down the Sepang International Circuit at top speed of 300kmh.
The storied British marque returns to Singapore under Wearnes Automotive.
The F8 Tributo is expected to be unveiled here during this September’s Singapore Grand Prix.