Millionaire cars that you could buy if you get the Fat


Updated:22/10/2020 01:14h


The Christmas Lottery Jackpot can be a wonderful occasion to fulfill the wishes of many car fans. The market for luxury cars and supercars had a great performance in Spain last year, and in 2020 a few new features have been presented that could perfectly fit the wishes of a millionaire lucky buyer.

Aston Martin DBX, por 221.015 euros

The Aston Martin DBX is the brand’s first SUV.

It is a vehicle with sports lines, like all the brand’s models. It has a 4.0 V8 Biturbo engine with 550 hp and all-wheel drive. Accelerates to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 291 km / h. It incorporates active stabilizer bars to control the body of a crossover of 2,245 kg, 5 meters long and 2 meters wide. Its suspension is pneumatic, and it is adjustable both in hardness and in height, depending on the various driving modes available.

Rolls-Royce Cullinan, for 280,000 euros

This impressive luxury SUV, with a 6.75-liter V12 engine that develops 571 hp, has the marked design of the brand, although with luxurious details that differentiate it from the rest, such as a lower air suspension to facilitate access to its interior, or an impressive cabin.

Also, for the first time, a Rolls-Royce model has a sectional opening tailgate, called “The Clasp” and two configurations for the rear bench: three common seats, called Lounge Seats, or individual seats.

Koenigsegg Gemera, for 1,735,250 euros

The Gemera is the most powerful and fastest Gran Turismo of the moment. And the figures say it: 1,727 CV of joint power, 3,500 Nm of maximum combined torque, a 0 to 100 km / h, 1.9 seconds, a peak of 400 km / h and the possibility of running in 100% electric mode for 50 kilometers and up to 300 km / h.

And it is the Koenigsegg Gemera is a plug-in hybrid that combines a 600 hp 2.0-liter three-cylinder combustion engine placed on the rear axle, with three electrical modules (one on each front wheel and the last on the crankshaft) that provide another 1,123 hp .

Ferrari Roma, for 220,000 euros

“Beautiful”. This simple and beautiful word broke the silence as soon as the red cloth that covered Ferrari’s new creation, Roma, was lifted.

The styling of the vehicle is typically Italian, but atypically Ferrari, as stands out for its sobriety and in a way it can even go unnoticed in day-to-day travel. But make no mistake, these contemporary lines that reinterpret the lifestyle of the Eternal City of the 50s and 60s and which gives the model its name, hides a real beast capable of making its pilot enjoy when he gets on a circuit. It is equipped with a 620 hp turbo V8 engine at 7,500 rpm, the most powerful in the segment. Thanks to these mechanics, the Ferrari Roma accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds, from 0 to 200 km / h in 9.3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 320 km / h.

Hispano Suiza Carmen Boulogne, for 1,996,000 euros

Motorsports-inspired Carmen Boulogne pays tribute to Hispano Suiza’s racing heritage with 1,115 hp), a top speed of 290 km / h and a 0-100 km / h time in less than 2.6 seconds. Fully carbon fiber subframe weighs just 1,630kg. Optimized suspension and carbon fiber upgrades save 60kg versus Carmen.

The design, engineering and production of the car has been carried out in Barcelona by a qualified team of highly experienced experts from Hispano Suiza and QEV Technologies – a company that specializes inn the development of electric propulsion systems and motor sports.

Its total production will be 19 units, and, although the first deliveries will be made in 2022, customers can already register their interest in buying one of these hyper-exclusive models.

McLaren 765 LT

One of McLaren’s most radical creations is Longtail’s new 765 LT. a true “beast” of 765 hp, of which only 765 units will be produced.

Thanks to its lightness – it barely weighs 1,229 kg – the powerful 4.0 V8 turbo engine, with 800 Nm of torque, allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100 in just 2.7 seconds. With these figures, it is the fastest McLaren “on the road” (capable of hitting the road, not just on the track) ever built.

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New Adjustment in Fat Cattle Values, with an Eye on Climate

It closes a fourth consecutive week of low prices for fat cattle. Although the adjustment has moderated, the values ​​continue under pressure in a scenario of increasing supply and with some nervousness due to the delay of the rains.

The industries propose lower values ​​and, even, some plant is without spending a price. The offer increases gradually, although the concretion of businesses has slowed down.

The special fat steer is priced between US $ 3.20 and US $ 3.25 per kilo on fourth scale, with some exceptional business above these references. At the end of the week it was difficult to exceed these values. The entries to the plant remain long, between 10 and 20 days.

For the good fat cow, business deals between US $ 3 and US $ 3.05 per kilo, achieving something more in specific batches. The cow is more in demand than the calf. The heifer is priced between US $ 3.15 and US $ 3.25.

Operators consulted agree that a slight additional price adjustment could be registered in the coming days. The volume of work and the weather conditions will be key.

Anxiety rises due to the delay of the rains, which would be arriving next week. The regrowth of pastures has been slowed down by the low rainfall and temperatures that are only now on the rise. There is a yellow light for the end of spring and the run of summer with forecasts that reaffirm a La Niña episode and a probability of below-average rainfall.

With this climatic panorama and the adjustment that the fat cattle has registered, movements in the replacement market have been reduced.

In the international market, uncertainty is increasing about how the European demand for meat will evolve in the face of the resurgence of covid-19. The bloc countries are tightening measures to prevent the spread of the disease; in some regions restricting activity in restaurants and announcing the closure of bars. In China, for its part, there is a sustained demand, but with moderate values.

The meat packing industry remains cautious. Last week the slaughter of cattle crossed 40,000 heads for the first time since the beginning of June. It registered a weekly rise of 12% and totaled 40,313 head. The most notable rise was in the slaughter of cows (19%) that added 16,798 heads. In the case of steers, the rise was 6% with 17,703 heads.

Agreements are being closed for the arrival of kosher crews at the end of the month in some plants. At the beginning of November, meanwhile, a new slaughter of corral cattle begins, destined for Quota 481, which may take away purchasing pressure on pasture cattle.

On the other hand, firmness predominates in the sheep. Business is taking place smoothly and prices continue to rise moderately. Light lamb is priced at around US $ 3.48, heavy lamb at US $ 3.54, lambs at US $ 3.51, capons at US $ 3.13 and sheep at US $ 3.07.

The weekly slaughter of sheep totaled 30,157 animals, a weekly jump of 19%.

Slight rise in exported value

The export price of beef averaged US $ 3,820 per ton last week, slightly above the previous week, according to preliminary data released by the National Meat Institute.

So far in 2020, the value per ton exported stands at US $ 3,823, a rise of 1.4% compared to the US $ 3,771 registered in the same period of 2019.

In sheep meat, the price remained stable with an average of US $ 4,404. So far this year it stands at US $ 4,291, a 3.9% drop compared to the US $ 4,465 registered a year ago.