Car Manufacturers Are Ending Their Performance Models

The majority of the automobile industry appears to be changing as a new era of transportation fuelled by batteries and recharge stations approaches. 

Manufacturers have produced farewell vehicles for their powerful engines for almost ten years.

Since the original Aston Martin V12 Vantage was one of the last vehicles of its kind, practically all automotive enthusiasts may recall the notorious Clarkson review of it. 

Despite the fact that most vehicles now have smaller V8 engines and that hybrid V6s are soon to be available, the V12 Vantage made a limited comeback.

The nameplates of established manufacturers like Ford and Volkswagen are changing.    

The news that Fiesta will shortly depart the production made headlines in October.

Volkswagen is open about wanting to replace the Golf with EVs.