Guess we'll just have to have faith they won't mess this up.
Having just come fresh off a long weekend in Southern California behind the wheel of a 2012 SLS AMG, it’s safe to say we have Mercedes-Benz’s gullwing sports car firmly on the brain. So we consider it a little serendipitous to learn that Mercedes-Benz will be revealing the SLS Black Series at the Los Angeles Auto Show this month. Or perhaps even tomorrow, as a Mercedes-Benz teaser dropped today on their Facebook page implies.! (more…)
All the Toyobarus at SEMA fit to print. Or, rather, post online.
We weren’t particularly surprised to learn that the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ were two of the most popular cars at this year’s SEMA show. But we were still a little taken aback by the sheer volume of them in the Las Vegas Convention Center. (more…)
The show winds down, but there are still plenty of cars left to see.
The SEMA trade show technically runs for four days, but by the end of the third day, if you haven’t seen all the cars worth seeing, you’re just being downright lazy. So today’s gallery will makr the last of our daily updated from the show. (more…)
We try to distract ourselves with cazy cars, hoonigans, and racing.
Honest confession alert. If I’m being completely open, I—and I think several other 0-60 staffers—feel a little guilty about being at SEMA right now. (more…)
It feels like Day Seven already.
It may only be the first day of our annual trip to the SEMA trade show in Las Vegas, but damn it, it feels like we’ve been here a week already. (more…)
A sneak peak at the next generation of the American sports car.
Darth's on the same page as us here.
It’s official—New Jersey’s Grand Prix of the Americas, which was scheduled for next summer, will not be happening in 2013. We are, to put it mildly, bummed. (more…)
But you can see the new logo right now! Excited?
See that emblem at the top of the post? That’s the logo for the next-generation Chevrolet Corvette—Generation C7. It’s not that different, but the car itself will be. (more…)