A hard-charging aluminum-bodied luxury sedan—that we really want to drive.
Jaguar/Land Rover's turn-around from neglected Ford-owned British stepchild to Indian-owned luxury contender over the last few years is one of our favorite automotive success stories of the last ten years. (more…)
Not that you'll know exactly what you're ordering.
Honestly, there's probably no other automotive brand out there capable of stirring up anticipation for a new model quite like Ferrari. New regular production models usually wind up with a waiting list 18-24 months long well before the first example is delivered; limited-production cars are often sold out before they're even seen in public. (more…)
That would be the Viper T&A. This one's for the track.
Get your mind out of the gutter—this is not the 2014 SRT Viper T&A, it's the SRT Viper TA. Which stands for "Time Attack." Although if you play your cards right, you can probably use it to see the other things, too. (more…)
Fear not, Porsche GT fans: There will indeed be a new Porsche 911 GT3 RS coming, and it'll be here next year. Unfortunately, it seems that—like the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3—will only come with a PDK gearbox. (more…)
We have some very fond memories of the BMW 1 Series M here at 0-60: learning BMW would build a high-performance version of the 135i we already loved, zipping through the woods of upstate New York in it, accidentally drifting it into a $5,000 video camera while simultaneously shredding one of the rear tires down to the belts when it hit an expansion joint while going sideways...good times. (more…)
Power junkies, rejoice: Cadillac announced today that the 2014 CTS, scheduled to debut at the New York International Auto Show, will offer a twin-turbocharged V6 that makes 420 horsepower and 430 lb-ft of torque, and—in part thanks to an eight-speed automatic—sends the new CTS from 0-60 in 4.6 seconds. Which is good news not just for CTS lovers, but for GM fans in general. (more…)
Six driven wheels. 536 horsepower. 561 lb-ft of torque. Eighteen inches of ground clearance. Five mechanical differential locks. Three and a quarter feet of water-fording ability. Two gas tanks—one 25.4 gallons, the other 16.6 gallons. 37" tires, all of which can be remotely inflated or deflated from the driver's seat. Production of 30 to 50 units per year. It's seven feet seven inches tall, 19 feet five inches long, and weighs 8,470 pounds. It is the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6. It is real, and like Teri Hatcher's breasts circa 1993, it is spectacular. (more…)
Assuming your workplace doesn't have a problem with videos featuring sexual content.
Now, normally, when we'd tease a supercar's video by saying it's "erotic" and contains "sexual content," it's our little way of making a joke about how gorgeous and alluring the car in question is. Yes, ha ha, that Ferrari is almost as hot as Kate Upton climbing out of a pool in a white T-shirt. But in this case, we're being literal: This Pagani promo video actually features two people going to town on each other.
Also, there was some stuff in there about the wind being a god, or something. Between the car and that woman's ass, we weren't really listening. Maybe you'll have more luck.