From a fast Camaro to an affordable SUV, these are the most important numbers of the week.
Numbers are all around us – whether we're breaking down the performance of a Ferrari 488, or breaking down the option on a Mercedes S-Class. Every week we pick out a few numbers that are so significant we have to give them a second look. Today we’re looking at key figures from Chevy, Jaguar, and Lincoln, just to name a few.
How much faster, in seconds, the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE can lap the Nürburgring than the standard Camaro ZL1. At 7 minutes and 16.04 seconds, the ZL1 1LE is faster than several other high-performance cars, including the outgoing Corvette ZR1 and the old Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
Distance, in yards, that hypercar manufacturer says a Concept_One piloted by Richard Hammond flew during a crash. The Grand Tour star sustained minor injuries during the crash, delaying filming of the show’s current season.
How much less, in dollars, the Jaguar E-Pace will cost than the F-Pace crossover when it reaches the U.S. early next year. The F-Pace, the brand’s first-ever SUV, will soon be joined by the smaller model as Jaguar fleshes out its crossover range.
The top speed, in miles per hour, of the latest Superformance Cobra. The fastest model ever, it packs a 427 FE V8 (that’s 7.0 liters) that cranks out an incredible 690 horsepower and 710 pound-feet of torque.
How much extra cargo room is available behind the third-row seat, in cubic feet, in the extended-length Lincoln Navigator. With a wheelbase that’s almost 10 inches longer than the standard one, the biggest Navigator will ably fit all your friends and luggage. There’s a cost, though: the base long-wheelbase model is $8,695 more expensive.