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Shelby has already wowed the muscle-car world with the GT350, a flat-plane-crank V8 wonder that screams to a stratospheric 8200 rpm redline. For those who think those 526 ponies gets overshadowed by the 707-horsepower Hellcat, Shelby brings back Terlingua Racing Team Mustang to raise the stakes.
Affordability or luxury—traditionally you could choose only one when it came to electric cars. On the low end you had the spartan, $25,000 Smart ForTwo Electric Drive, and on the other end there’s the Tesla Model S, the commuter chariot for the one percent, with little in between. Tesla has promised the seemingly impossible with the Model 3, an attainable premium electric car that won’t have you fretting about range, and the momentous response and long queues to reserve one echoes that of a new iPhone launch.
Meet the new 2017 Nissan GT-R—or rather, the thoroughly updated version of the Japanese supercar king after a facelift, a few trips to the gym and a new interior designer.
There's not many options for people who want a four-seat convertible that's not a sports car or a budget-busting luxury cruiser—except for this new, European-built Buick.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen briefly used a prototype of the new head protection device during Formula One preseason testing on Thursday. The Finnish driver did an installation lap with the device fitted to his Ferrari SF16-H before it was removed and he continued testing without it. The sport is looking at ways of improving cockpit security to leave drivers less exposed to the risk of head injuries after French driver Jules Bianchi and British IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died last year.
Sold out upon its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show, the Centenario isn’t so much a car as an exclusive club for 40 people with $1.9 million to buy 770 hp.
For a company still grappling with a scandal over diesel emissions, Volkswagen has chosen a strangely happy concept car to reveal at the Geneva Motor Show.
The much awaited replacement to the Bugatti Veyron, a long-time record holder of the “world’s fastest car,” is here: This is the Bugatti Chiron, revealed today in anticipation of the Geneva motor show.