The 2024 Corvette E-Ray Hybrid does 0-60 in 2.4 seconds is out now, with hardcore speed, the car being sort of an introduction to the full-electric Corvette that we will see in 2025. There’s some dramatic updates with this version. It has a single motor hybrid system (electric motor paired with the Stingray’s 6.2-liter LT2 Small Block V-8) pushing 655 HP, AWD, and a Stealth Mode where the driver can operate for a period in full whisper silent electric mode.
It has 20-inch five-spoke wheels up front, 21 inches in the back. The 1.9KWh lithium-ion battery (regenerated by driving it) is located in the tunnel beneath the cabin, the company says. GM says this Corvette is the quickest version yet. Price starts at $104,295 USD for the coupe, $111,295 for a hard top convertible.
Harley-Davidson kicks off 120th anniversary with a bang
And look for a refreshed Harley-Davidson Breakout performance cruiser model, the Road Glide 3 trike model, the new Nightster Special middleweight sport motorcycle, and a restyled and blacked-out Freewheeler trike model.
New Maserati Grecale SUV arrives for sale in North America
Maserati it looking to appeal to a wider audience of discerning customers with the Grecale SUV, which is now available at showrooms across North America. The three Grecale trims – GT, Modena and Trofeo – have a starting MSRP of $63,500 USD ($75,200 CAD). Exclusive Grecale PrimaSerie models are also available on Modena and Trofeo trim levels, limited to fewer than 350 vehicles. The bespoke PrimaSerie models have some striking exterior elements, advanced tech offerings and premium interiors.
The GT and Modena trims are powered by four-cylinder mild hybrid engines, delivering 296-hp (GT) and 325-hp (Modena). The flagship Trofeo is powered by a high-performance 523-hp V6, derived from the MC20 Nettuno engine. All are AWD, matted to an eight-speed transmission, and feature three suspension and rear differential variants.