Top Photos of the Week: Bentley Batur Convertible and BMW M4 CS

Bentley’s W-12 engine is coming to an end this summer, marking the end of an era for the luxury automaker. To celebrate the legacy of this powerful engine, Bentley has unveiled a limited-edition model called the Batur. The Batur Convertible has been revealed this week, and production will be even more limited than for the original coupe.

On the other end of the spectrum, BMW has introduced a new generation of the hardcore M4 CS. While not as extreme as the recent M4 CSL, the M4 CS boasts an impressive 543-hp rating and a track-tuned chassis. This limited-production car is sure to turn heads on the road.

Meanwhile, GMC’s Hummer EV SUV is ready to hit the market, with the 830-hp 3X model being put to the test this week. Despite its size and weight, the electric SUV proves to be one of the most capable vehicles off-road, showcasing the power of electric drivetrains in challenging terrain.

Lexus has also made waves with the redesigned 2024 Lexus GX, which has impressed with its balanced performance and towing capabilities. The body-on-frame SUV is a versatile option for those looking for a capable and reliable vehicle.

Porsche enthusiasts have been treated to a glimpse of history with the original 911 Turbo concept from the 1973 Frankfurt auto show. The concept car, featuring a mock turbocharger made from wood, showcases the innovation and craftsmanship that Porsche is known for.

Alvis, a historic British brand, has been revived and is building continuation models of some of its early cars. The Graber Drophead convertible is the latest addition to the lineup, featuring original parts that have been in storage for decades.

Lastly, Volkswagen has unveiled the new California camper van, based on the latest generation of its T-series of vans. The camper van includes a pop-up roof tent with a mattress, as well as sliding doors on both sides for easy access. This versatile and practical vehicle is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and travelers alike.

Overall, this week has been filled with exciting news and reveals from some of the top automakers in the industry. From limited-edition models to groundbreaking electric vehicles, the future of the automotive world is looking brighter than ever.

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