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The successor to the 599 GTO is finally in the horizon.
The latest example in a long line of trend-followers: the Audi TT RS says “no, thanks” to a classic manual transmission.
Beneath all that safety-obsessed intelligent engineering lurks a Swedish penchant for American motoring mischief.
Fiat says they’ve applied more than 1,800 minute changes to the 2016 500.
DISCLAIMER: Le Mans trophy not included in purchase price. Sadly.
What’s it like to work on the most exciting Ford Motor Company product of the decade? Very rewarding, we’d imagine.
The hotter, more capable Aventador just broke cover at the Geneva Motor Show. About 3 months ago.
Bentley’s first foray into a new segment looks like a million bucks – and likely costs near enough, too.
Electrically-assisted turbos should at least help to mitigate lag.
Modern Muscle Design and Foose Design let loose on a 2015 Ford Mustang GT. This is their spawn.
It comes in at just a hair less than 7 minutes, mind you, but a barrier is a barrier.
VW says they will put the Clubsport into production.
The 600 horsepower TT will debut at Wörthersee later this month.