We’re wrapping up our coverage of the 2010 North American International Auto Show here in the great city of Detroit, Michigan. We braved the crowds of sweaty journalists and smooth-talking automotive executives (not to mention the cold weather and icy roads) to bring you all the images and information we could of the newest production and concept vehicles on display.
Here’s a wrap-up of the best of what we saw at the show this year:
McLaren is offering the discerning few an opportunity to throw a McLaren GT around a frozen lake in Finland (plus enjoying a luxury stay with excursions and gourmet meals).
Named after it’s ingenious folding wing design, the Switchblade hopes to succeed where so many others have failed. On its website, Samson Sky allows people to reserve Switchblades in advance.
So what has taken the EV Revolution so long to set sail? With quite motors, clean engines, and the availability of shore power at most marina docks – what’s not to like?
2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed: What and Who Do You Think Is Fastest? NASCAR Camaro, 1990s F2 car, Le Mans 911, Group C Jaguar, NextGen…
They said it would never happen. They said Porsche would always dumb down the 718 (Cayman) so that it didn’t cannibalize the 911. Well, in a way, “never” just happened. Porsche has announced that the GT3 motor is now available in the 718. It isn’t called the 718 GT3; instead, they’ve dubbed it the 718 GT4 RS. Okay, whatever.