2016 Lexus RC F Review

Take one look at today’s sports car landscape and the truth is undeniable: The Lexus RC F is the last of a dying breed.

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2015 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe Makes 450 HP

Cadillac’s upcoming answer to the BMW M4 will be powered by a twin-turbo 3.6-liter 3.6-liter V6 with 450 hp.

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2016 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe Roasts Tires in Teaser

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Lexus RC-F Teased Again Before Detroit Debut

Lexus is teasing its upcoming RC-F performance model again before its debut during the 2014 Detroit Auto Show next month.

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Mercedes CLA45 AMG Faster Than Previously Thought

Mercedes’ newest and smallest AMG performance car is shaping up to be even faster than previously thought.

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Toyota GT86 Price is Double in Netherlands Over US

Bummed about not being one of the lucky few to snag a Scion FR-S this year? Just be glad you’re not living in the Netherlands where the same car costs an awful lot more.

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2013 Scion FR-S Pictures: Mega Gallery

With all the media coverage that’s surrounded the Scion FR-S, it’s hard to say anything new about it, yet the bang-for-your-buck sports coupe refuses to leave headlines well enough alone. 

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Porsche 911 Manual Transmission Phased Out, Maybe

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.

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Infiniti Extended Range Sports Car Concept Teased [Video]

Infiniti knows sexy. Their cars have flowing curves that look right at home next to car show babes, a set of golf clubs or a well-manicured lawn.

That’s why it really was a tease when they released photos last October of their new extended-range electric sports car. The company is still playing coy about the concept, but we know that it’s going to take the same philosophy as the Chevrolet Volt by implementing a 1.2-liter mid-mounted engine.

A few days ago Infiniti released their third teaser, which included a few snippets of information about the car. What’s probably most intriguing is that Infiniti is committed to making a car that has zero emissions capability and track-ready performance in the same vehicle.

Francois Bancon, Infiniti’s Deputy Division General Manager of Product Strategy and Planning, says the car will be a guilt-free experience with exceptional handling.

What’s really interesting is how different manufacturers are approaching the marriage between performance and efficiency. On the one hand, you have the Tesla Roadster, which is fully electric and fun to drive albiet with less sports car speed than you might hope. On the other, there are cars like the Scion FR-S, Toyota’s soon-to-launch sports car that uses a Boxer 2.0-liter four cylinder.

The FR-S is far from a zero-emissions car, but as performance coupes go, we’re expecting pretty mild EPA estimates. That brings us back to Infiniti’s take on the whole thing. They’re saddling up right in the middle, with both electricity and gasoline. It’s set to debut in March at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, where we’ll bring you coverage of the event.

You can watch the video below, but be warned, you may fall asleep. This video makes your uncle’s tired family Christmas stories sound as epic as Homer’s Iliad.

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