Ten days until we see the latest word in American performance sedans.
This just in: Chevrolet's highly-anticipated SS performance sedan (which we rendered late last year
, as you can see above) will make its debut on February 16th, one week before the 2013 Daytona 500. (more…)
Supposedly. We're crossing our fingers.
Also reveals a 9,000 rpm redline. Oooooh...
McLaren's P1 supercar—the car that may just redefine the nature of production car performance, if the rumors are true—will be revealed in all its glory at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday, March 5th, at 5:15am Eastern Standard Time. But since we car nuts are notoriously impatient, they're giving us another sneak peek at it now—including our first glimpse of the interior. (more…)
God bless those crazy Ferrari test drivers.
Ever hear the saying, "Any car will drift if you're willing to crash?" Probably not, because we just made it up, and it's not that good a saying. But it is true. (more…)
The nicest Corolla money can buy.
If I'm being honest here—and well, as a journalist, I probably should—if somebody asked me to pick out my favorite Lexus based solely on looks alone, and assuming the defunct LFA is off the table, the CT 200h would probably be my pick. (more…)
A 600-plus horsepower draggin' wagon? Of course we're into it.
Expect 416 horses and 395 lb-ft of torque, it seems.
With the new F10 3 Series sedan out for a year or so and the new
4 Series coupe all but revealed at this point, our thoughts, naturally, turns to thoughts of the M3, code-named F80
(and the F82-codenamed M4). (more…)
Lifestyles of the rich and loose-lipped.
A group of the world's most important Ferrari collectors are being given a chance to behold the Italian Jesus Supercar this week, and while odds are good Ferrari is making them all sign non-disclosure agreements that guarantee Maranello the right to confiscate someone's mansion if they blab, the anonymity of the Internet (or perhaps their confidence in their lawyers) lets some potential Ferrari Enzo successor buyers discuss what they heard... (more…)