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American company to debut 1700 HP supercar at New York Auto Show
GT90 needs its headlights back? Kind of a blend of mercedes vision gt, diablo, veyron and others I can't imagine at this hour. Sort of derivative. Wheels look tiny cloaked in all that bulging bodywork.
March 26, 2015
2015 Saleen S302 Black Label unveiled with 730 bhp
Get you some of that!
March 23, 2015
New Audi R8 photographed in the metal in Sweden
Not digging the camaro taillights or the butchery of the sigma blade. Not thrilled by some of the contouring of the rear quarter. At least the fascia was well done. Despite being so behind schedule, this one should have been put back in the oven for a couple years.
March 18, 2015
2017 Ford GT to cost around $400,000; annual production capped at 250 units
Astute observation. It is a very special, visionary vehicle and it will be an instant collectible as the last GT was, only increasing in value. It's history in the making.
March 6, 2015
2017 Ford GT to cost around $400,000; annual production capped at 250 units
Considering economies of scale they probably don't have a choice but to ask that much for it. For that matter with the amount of bespoke equipment it must have, they might even lose money on it. That said I was naively hoping the price wouldn't stray far from the 150K Ford asked for the last GT. If ...
March 6, 2015
Porsche Cayman GT4 spotted in the metal for the first time
"under the hood" :)
February 21, 2015
Porsche 901 concept render is a stunning tribute to the legendary 911
I was a huge fan of Strosek's 964 kit so I really like the headlight treatment. The wheel arch cut aways and clamshell rear are really attractive. I'm also loving the frameless windshield and exhaust location. Someone give this guy a job!
February 20, 2015
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet spied with minimal camouflage
February 19, 2015
Ferrari envisions Formula 1 car of the future
(less) open wheel racer
February 17, 2015
Next-gen Audi A4 spied with no camouflage by WCF reader
They've resorted to bland, safe designs to attract customers outside their core audience. They look amazing when modified, but I'm with you on the 'meh.' Mind you I've been an Audi fanboy for 15+ years now.
February 16, 2015
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