With just 30 examples slated to be produced, and a cost of over $3,000,000 USD, only the few will be able to find out what it's like to go over 300 mph with the top down.
Naturally aspirated V12, 715hp, four seats - an SUV is not what you would think of when hearing these things. Ferrari has revealed the Purosangue; it's first SUV, and we love it.
Today at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, General Motors unveiled the C7 Corvette Z06. The new track-focused Corvette boasts a stunning new carbon fiber aero kit which only hints at the performance potential held within. In fact, according to GM, the new Z06 will be the most capable and fastest road-going Corvette they’ve ever produced, besting even the previous generation’s ZR1.
Set to debut in the 2014 calendar year, the new Audi TT is setting its sights squarely on the Porsche 911 this time around. Riding on an all-new and lighter platform to go along with its roster of engines due for a freshening, including the especially-potent 380 horsepower unit used in the TT RS, dreams of going toe to toe with Porsche’s nearly untouchable sports car might not be pipe dreams anymore.
Mazda has taken the wraps off its newest prototype, which is set to compete in this year’s Tudor United SportsCar Championship. Powered by 2.2-liter Skyactiv diesel motor, it is the sole diesel-powered entrant in the race.
BMW has announced the official specifications for their newest competition-ready coupe. At $80,000 for what is essentially a turn-key factory racecar, this spiritual successor to the M3 GT4 looks to have a lot to offer would-be private race teams.
CAR magazine has provided a rendering of what they envision the next MX-5 may look like. Additionally, the team at CAR has a few theories about what changes await the legendary two seater.
The performance war in the compact SUV segment continues to heat up, as Mercedes-Benz has just thrown their hat into the ring with the announcement of the GLA45 AMG. First show as a concept back in November, the production-ready version of the GLA45 is set to debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week.
This year’s North American International Auto Show is shaping up to be quite a feast for automotive enthusiasts. While the usual suspects like the Ford, GM and Chrysler are expected to have a bevy of new high-profile performance offerings on hand, the 2014 show in particular has a dance card filled with interesting new product. Now Kia Motors, a brand typically not synonymous with sport-oriented vehicles, has announced they’ll have something tasty to bring to the party as well.
Back in November at the Tokyo Motor Show, Lexus unveiled the production-ready RC Coupe. While the RC Coupe certainly looked the business, with a choice of either a 314 hp V6 or a 2.5-liter Lexus Hybrid Drive system, RC and IS chief engineer Junichi Furuyama stated at the time that the RC Coupe was designed to ”deliver extra response that exhilarates rather than overwhelms drivers”. At the time, we took that as an indication that this new coupe might end up being a lot more show than go. Fortunately, it turns out that the overwhelming level of performance was being reserved for another variant of the new coupe: the RC F.
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