From the world of supercars to the newest electric automobiles, the 2023 Goodwood Festival will be hosting the reveal of all the top cars in the world. Luxurious vehicles like Lamborghini SC63, Aston Martin Valour, and Ferrari KC23 will flex their muscles this year to take the festival up a notch.
Lamborghini has revealed its SC63 race car set that will take part in the World Endurance Championship and IMSA series next year. The automobile has a new twin-turbo 3.8L V-8 engine connected to a hybrid system. You can expect the car to be producing around 670 horsepower by regulation.
Maserati Ghibli 334 Ultima and Levante V8 Ultima
Maserati’s 2023 editions will be the last ones bearing the powerful V-8 engine, as the brand has decided to go electric afterward. They both will host the twin-turbo 3.8L motor with a top speed of 208 mph. Maserati’s models will be available in different colors and special badges.
Porsche Vision 357 Speedster
Porsche remodeled the frontal part of the Vision 357 to create this speedster with a 718 GT4 Clubsport structure. The supercar has electric motors from the 718 GT4 ePerformance and a horsepower of up to 1073.
Tamiya Wild One Max
Tamiya Wild One Max is a full-scale version of the Tamiya Wild One RC automobile that was first released in 1985. It was built by the Little Car Company of England, producing 37 horsepower and going up to 124 miles of range.
Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally
Ford hasn’t revealed much information about their 2023 Mach-E model but has definitely confirmed that the off-road-oriented electric vehicle has begun production. The booking will likely be open this October 2023, so more details will be revealed soon.
Ferrari KC23 will take you on a lavish ride with its smooth surfacing and chiseled front design that comes from the Vision Gran Turismo concept. The 488 GT3 supercar comes with a twin-turbo V-8 engine producing 600 horsepower. The 2023 model will likely be sold for millions of dollars.
Bentley Speed Six Continuation Series
Bentley’s legendary Speed Six model is making a comeback with 12 new units of the Speed-Six Continuation Series and refurbished outlook, standing at a price of around $2 Million. It has a power of 205 horsepower coming from a 6.6L inline six-churning engine.
Aston Martin Valour
Aston Martin’s limited-production Valour features a 705 horsepower twin-turbo V-12 engine along with a six-speed manual gearbox. The 2023 model has a similar strong muscle-car feel to that of the 1980s V8 Vantage and a design similar to the one-off 2021 Victor model.
Hollywood doesn’t just make stars of actors, it also makes stars of the cars we see. One family garage in North Carolina is bringing those iconic Hollywood cars from our beloved movies back to life.
Husband and Wife Team
Mark and Angela Zoran are the husband and wife who bring iconic cars like the ‘Back to the Future’ DeLorean and ‘Jurassic Park’ Jeeps to life. Mark’s job is to look after the painting, wiring, and fabrication of the Hollywood vehicles, while Angela works on costuming. Along with their small team of mechanics, the husband and wife have brought these pop-culture icons back from the wilderness.
Recreated with Precision
The team is known as Razorfly Studios, and they make sure to bring these cars back to life with immaculate precision. There is not a single detail on these cars that has been missed. The process all begins with buying the vehicles in the first place, which are the exact models of the famous cars. Then the team will make the cars mechanically safe and remove any rust they find on the bodywork. But that’s only the beginning.
A Labor of Love
Mark has always been passionate about making models, and he eventually worked his way up to recreating a 1:1 piece. Razorfly’s DeLorean could pass as a movie prop due to the attention to detail, with the company sourcing items actually used in the original time machine. If Mark can’t get his hands on an original, he makes copies of the originals using resin. The cars aren’t cheap to buy, with Razorfly sellings its replicas for prices between $20,000 and $50,000.
Thanks to Razorfly Studios, some of the most famous Hollywood cars are coming back to life and hitting the road once again. The shop’s creative process is being pitched to TV networks in the hope that we can all see how they bring these iconic vehicles back to life.