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Top and flop: the good and bad car news of week 32

+ Top - It's official: the Lamborghini Countach is back!

The successful Lamborghini Aventador is on its last legs. In the not too distant future, it will be replaced by a new V12 super sports car. The model that is covered by a cloth here is not yet that successor. This tribute to the legendary Lamborghini Countach - who turns 50 this year - is still based on the Aventador and will be released in a limited edition.

Opel has been building cars for one hundred and twenty years and in that time has built up a large collection of classics, racing cars and study models. More than 600 vehicles are on display in the 'sacred halls' of Opel Classic in Rüsselsheim, as well as 300 other objects. Do you want to see them? Then you don't have to leave the door anymore.

+ Top - Always dreamed of having your own car brand? Then buy the rights to Spyker!

A soap opera can also go on for too long. And that is the case with the tragicomedy about the Dutch sports car manufacturer Spyker. The company is bankrupt. CEO Victor Muller tries to save what can be saved, but does not keep his promises. So the curator is now finished. He is preparing the sale of the trademark rights to the Spyker name.

- Flop - After one ride in the Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider you will be bald

The new Aston Martin Valkyrie Spider can reach over 330 km/h with the roof removed. And at that speed, your hair is picked up one by one by a hurricane wind and carried away. So after fifteen minutes of the autobahn you are as good as bald.

- Flop - The best-selling Volkswagen of all time goes out of production

In 2020, the Volkswagen Group produced about 8.9 million cars. But there is one Volkswagen that is single-handedly responsible for another 7 million copies. The model is internally referred to as item 199 398 500 A and is by far the best-selling Volkswagen of all time. And yet it is taken out of production...

- Flop - The Tesla Cybertruck is coming in 2021 after all! No, kiddo...

Everyone saw this news coming. The Tesla Cybertruck — which everyone thought was a joke in 2019 — was set to go into production first in 2020, then 2021, and now just maybe in 2022. Tesla has officially confirmed the latter.

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