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Following completion of the McLaren P1 production run, the company will build a track-specific GTR version of its halo car.
Attention dudes: if you think it takes a supercar to impress the ladies think again. That six-figure exotic you just bought might be sending a totally different message to women.
Like other supercars, McLarens are rarer than Sasquatch-fur coats. It’s hard enough to steal a glimpse of one at an auto show, but the chances of seeing one on the street are about as good as commuting to work on the back of a Pegasus.
It is perhaps the most exotic car maker of them all, and now you can tour the facilities of Pagani Automobili from the comfort of your seat.
It might be time to start saying “buh-bye” to Italian automotive design house Bertone.
Wandering through the Lamborghini museum can leave you with a lot of thoughts.
It’s hard not imagine blasting to 200 mph with a V12 at your back, or just getting lost in the nostalgia of the truly retro designs that seem to define their respective automotive eras.
But read each of the plaques pasted next to every car and there’s another tale being told, that of the automaker’s history, and it goes like this: Chrysler pretty much ruined Lamborghini. . . and Audi saved it.
The most potent debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show won’t come from an Italy or the U.K. It comes from Sweden.
Lamborghini’s new supercar will officially debut next week during the Geneva Motor Show, but you can tinker with the options and “build your own” today.
McLaren announced today that its next supercar will be called the 650S and that it will debut during the Geneva Motor Show next month.
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As it tends to do around this time, the year is steadily drawing to a close; 2013 is dwindling like a tiki torch running out of citronella-scented oil. The last flickers are smoldering, but she burned brightly for 12 months so the end is not in vain.
Lots of important car news broke through the year as the industry continues to evolve and stabilize coming out of the devastating Great Recession. Capping the year, here are the Top 10 Automotive Stories from 2013.
Legendary go-fast guru Steve Saleen might have something very exciting up his sleeve.