The Mini Cooper pictured is the SD, which comes with a 2.0-liter turbo-diesel that makes 143 horsepower and a solid 225 pound-feet of torque. Fuel economy for the SD should land somewhere around 40 miles per gallon. Outside of being a hoot to drive with all that torque on tap, a diesel Mini would be an ideal city car, something a significant number of Mini customers seem to be interested in.
A screaming 12,300 rpms out of a twelve-cylinder yields a fundamental audio frequency of 2460hz, which is upper midrange. – Insert head-exploding emoji here – boom!
Italian automotive brand Lancia is experiencing a new renaissance in its 116 year history, and it involves going all electric.
The Sterrato is basically a Huracán on steroids, even though it will have slightly less power and a slower top speed.
All hail BMW – the automaker who has made some curious choices the last few years – is bringing back the 3.0 CSL Batmobile!