McMurtry Spéirling Pure
The Spéirling broke the Goodwood hillclimb record last year, and McMurtry has now revealed a track-only version for the public to buy. On sale from £984,000, the single-seater, 1000bhp demon is more efficient that the standard car, meaning it’s, unbelievably, even faster. You can see it in public for the first time at this year’s Festival of Speed.
Lamborghini LMDh racer
Lamborghini will reveal its new LMDh prototype racer at Goodwood before it competes in endurance races around the world from Le Mans to Daytona. Due to make its debut on 13 July, it will be presented by the Italian firm’s CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, chief technical officer Rouven Mohr and head of motorsport Giorgio Sanna.
MG 4 XPower
The XPower version of the MG 4 EV will make its public debut at Goodwood, complete with more aggressive styling tweaks and an upgraded powertrain that delivers 429bhp and 443lb ft of torque through all four wheels. The result is a 0-62mph time of 3.8sec, putting it on par with the likes of the Mercedes-AMG A45. Unlike that hot hatch, though, the 4 XPower costs from £36,495.
MG will also launch the EX4, an electric hyper-hatch that pays tribute to the brand’s iconic Group B Metro 6R4. Based on the 4 XPower, it uses the same 429bhp dual-motor electric powertrain that allows the road car to dispatch the 0-62mph sprint in 3.8sec. Its large rear spoiler, chiselled front wing and wide-box wheel arches are a clear reference to the 1980s rally car, jutting out from the basic 4’s bodywork.