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This week, Bruce and Smith have luxury and performance on their minds. The next-generation 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class debuted, bringing forth all kinds of tech advancements in an exterior redesign that combines EQ influence with traditional E-Class body lines. Judging by the comments in our E-Class debut post (and the chatter on social media), the new car is a bit controversial. We'll be sure to discuss this at length during the show.
Gallery: 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
In the supercar world, we have the 2024 McLaren 750S. Basically a significant update to the 720S, the 750S is more powerful and naturally a bit quicker thanks to its twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 making 730 horsepower. Keep your foot planted on the accelerator, and you'll reach 206 mph whether you choose the coupe or roofless 750S Spider.
Gallery: McLaren 750S
We'll also be taking a look at the expanding world of track-only cars. The recent news from Bugatti about the $4.3-million Bolide entering final testing has Chris & Chris pondering this segment, where cars are neither street-legal nor built to race in specific classes. This also forms the basis for a classic Rambling About Cars cheap car challenge: finding a dedicated track car on a modest budget of $12,000.
This is where YOU can join us! Find a cheap car you want to take racing and jump into the live podcast chat to share it with us. See you at 7:30 PM Eastern / 4:30 PM Pacific.