Is this Mustang King Cobra, Fords entry in the battlefield that includes the likes of the Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the Chevrolet COPO Camaro? Continue Reading...
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Slayer and Scion may not seem like they have anything in common, but hey, this is SEMA and we’ve certainly seen crazier cars and brand-tie-ups. The Japanese automaker is showing off its custom chops here at the show with a number of unique takes on its cars. Continue Reading...
In case desert temperatures weren’t enough things are really heating up in Las Vegas because Ford just revealed a certifiably bad-a** Mustang, the King Cobra. Continue Reading...
Scion just unveiled the lineup of vehicles it’ll be showing off at SEMA next week. The brand’s tC, xB and FR-S models have received some notable aftermarket attention. Continue Reading...
Taunting us with all of its high-performance Bavarian goodness, our spy photographers have snapped some alluring shots of BMW’s upcoming 2016 M2. Continue Reading...
You can’t build a truly great car without an exceptional engine. Powertrain is the heart and soul of every vehicle on the road; it’s the mechanical equivalent of life. Without propulsion systems cars are little more than expensive, over-engineered pieces of yard art. Continue Reading...
Set to officially debut during the upcoming Detroit Auto Show next month, Lexus’ new RC-F sports coupe hasn’t been officially shown in full. Continue Reading...
General Motors is still eyeing the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ with envy, and that’s a good thing. Continue Reading...
Despite being co-developed by Toyota and Subaru, both brands with solid reputations for reliability, the Scion FR-S might be running into problems a week after its official release. Continue Reading...
This is it: the wildly-anticipated Scion FR-S is arriving at dealers nationwide today, at least in theory. There won’t be any of them actually sitting on the lot waiting for a buyer. Continue Reading...
When it was initially unveiled, the BMW i8 made a splash. Its striking design and interesting drivetrain piqued interest, but after a detail drought people seem to have forgotten about the Bimmer concept in favor of more tangible fodder. Nonetheless, it’s hard to believe that people won’t be instantly as hungry the second more information emerges. Most… Continue Reading...
One of our favorite sports coupes is undoubtedly the BMW 1M. When we tested one last year, we loved pretty much everything about it. We also knew its life on the production line would be very short. Now, after just one year of production, BMW has stopped taking orders of this ultra special 1-series. The… Continue Reading...
Don’t rush to get a manual-transmission Porsche 911 yet, but it seems production of the seven-speed sports car might be limited to the next eight years. Michael Schätzle, project manager of the new 911, said so in an interview with Automobile, citing sales figures that say 78 percent of the seventh-generation 911 sold with the PDK… Continue Reading...
Last year, Maserati launched a sportier version of their GranTurismo coupe in Europe and called it the MC Stradale. However, for those of us in North America who can afford such play things, the sad news was that this model was not going to be available on our shores. To keep its North American customer… Continue Reading...
The Cadillac CTS coupe might be the newest American sports coupe on the market, but that doesn’t mean the engineers are now sitting idly by. According to latest industry news, GM engineers are already designing the 2015-model CTS coupe, which will be based on their new ATS small-car chassis. The move to this platform will… Continue Reading...
Hyundai has yet another SEMA car, this time in the form of a hotted up Genesis Coupe. While the car is undoubtedly a show car, a Gogogear car is slated to run in the U.S Touring Car Championship, a sanctioned sports car class overseen by the National Auto Sports Association. Nobody would ever confuse this… Continue Reading...