Top 8 New Performance SUVs in 2024: Bringing Sport to Utility Vehicles

Upcoming British Sportscars 2024:

New Nissan Sportscars in 2024:

Sports SUVs are just like black holes: super heavy, densely condensed pockets of horsepower that constantly consume energy! If you share our fascination with these mean machines, we invite you to check out the all-new lineup of high-performance sport utility vehicles in 2024.
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Mullen Five RS:
Mullen Five RS is an extreme-performance crossover that promised 1000+ horsepower, 1.9 seconds 0 to 60, 200 mph top speed.

Nissan Ariya Nismo:
Nissan Ariya Nismo is the fastest, most powerful version of the Ariya that is being launches in Japan.

Range Rover Sport SV:
In the absence of the departed SVR, Range Rover introduces a more refined Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) moniker. The SV now stands as the most powerful Range Rover to date, thanks to a BMW-sourced turbocharged 4.4-liter hybridized V8.

ABT Urus Scatenato:
ABT Urus Scatenato is 99-unit ABT-modified version of the Lamborghini Urus that promises 840 horsepower and 3.1 seconds 0 to 60.

Lucid Gravity:
Much like the Air sedan, Lucid’s forthcoming Gravity SUV is positioned to compete in two market segments. It strives to deliver a technologically advanced cabin with premium features while approaching power levels seen in hypercars.

BMW XM by Larte Design:
Despite the XM Label edition already carrying a substantial price tag, the German tuning studio Larte Design deemed the model worthy of perfection only with the addition of an extra $50,000 worth of components.

Acura ZDX EV Type S:
Honda’s performance brand introduces its inaugural fully electric vehicle, a mid-size crossover constructed on GM’s Ultium battery platform. In terms of aesthetics, the Acura ZDX EV Type S shares a close resemblance to its MDX gas-powered counterpart, inheriting numerous exterior features from the latter.

Mustang Mach-E Rally:
At the first glance the new Mach-E Rally may seem like a prototype or a competition vehicle of some kind, but in reality it is actually a new off-road-oriented trim that makes it to the Ford’s electric crossover range for 2024.

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