Interesting clay model spotted in press release.
It seems Porsche may have very quietly released a teaser image of the production version of their 918 Spyder supercar, hidden within a press release touting the car maker's new Weissach research and design center. (more…)
Not including the Ducati part.
Bentley could hold veto power over a Panamera coupe.
It appears the road to a new front-engined Porsche coupe has a few Bentley-shaped speed bumps along the way, according to Porsche CEO Matthias Müller. (more…)
0-60 conquers the City of Angels.
Our man Alex Bernstein
happened to be in California last week to drive the new Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon (more on that coming soon), and since he was in the state already, we decided to send him to Los Angeles to catch the L.A. Auto Show. (more…)
Acura's sports car may be coming back.
It appears Honda's delightful sports car will have another shot at retail success—and unlike the aborted front-engined V10 version currently seen competing in Japan's Super GT races as the HSV-10 GT
, the newest NSX will once again feature a mid-engine layout. (more…)
Holden Commodore might make its way Stateside as a Chevy.
We're man enough to admit it: we grieved for the Pontiac G8 when it passed. (more…)
Italian sport-ute to use Grand Cherokee platform, be made in Michigan.
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has confirmed the rumors he started two weeks ago
, informing the Wall Street Journal
that Maserati, believe it or not, will add an SUV based off the Jeep Grand Cherokee to their lineup. (more…)
Pagani. Lamborghini. Alps. Opposite lock.
For years, the fantasy of "recreating Need For Speed
in real life" has laid in our imaginations, somewhere between "being the first man to walk on Mars" and "yachting in St. Barts with Megan Fox and Jessica Biel." (more…)