The Brussels Motor Show is of course more than just Ferrari, Porsche, Mercedes and the girls. Every two years the show is completely focused on cars, only we spotted many more cars that are visible for the at the public show.
The Italian brand brought two Huracan’s to Brussels. One yellow coupé and one orange spider. The yellow Coupe was the all new Huracan LP580-2 (RWD).
The third but definitely not less important Italian brand is Maserati. Thanks to Maserati West Europe there were 5 cars on display. One QuattroPorte, 2 Ghibli’s, a GranTurismo Sport Coupé and a GranTurismo Sport Spider. As mentioned in our latest review from the MC Stradale, we have to wait till 2020 to see a successor for the GranTurismo. The first new model to expect is the Levante, that should get its world premiere in Geneva next march.
From Audi then we could see a matte grey RS6 Avant, a blue RS3 and bi colored R8 V10 Plus. The A8 W12 L with an setup created by “Audi Exclusive” is the most special Audi on the show. The green A8 comes with many extra features that result in a final price of 230,000 euro.
Furthermore there were three Aston Martin’s, a McLaren 675 LT, 2 Alpina tuned BMW’s, the Alfa Romeo Giulia, BMW M2 and an attention grabbing race car from Seat. This specific car will take part in the TCR Benelux racing series, which is new in Belgium, and is part of the TCR International Series that knew its debut year. We even had the chance to talk to one of the drivers, young Belgian talent, Sam Dejonghe.
The yellow Huracan is the LP580-2, not the original LP610-4 as refered to in the article.
The total output is 580 horsepower, and it is RWD.
The yellow Huracan Coupé in Brussels is the new LP580-2, not the LP610-4 model, so one 580 hp Huracan and one 610 hp Huracan Spyder to be exact.
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