In your choice of size: piccola, media o grande.
If your taste in Italian sports cars has always trended towards the trident-branded cars of Maserati, it's been a rough few decades for you. The current GranTurismo has all the sex appeal of a rolling Pirelli calendar, but its performance just doesn't live up to its price. The GranTurismo MC Stradale packs a 453 horsepower V8 that sends it from 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, but a Jaguar XKR-S, Porsche 911 Turbo or GT3 or Audi R8 4.2 will all outrun it and look just as good doing so—while costing an entire BMW 335i less.
Perfect for feisty felines who need four doors.
Jaguar's taken another step into AMG and M territory with the new XFR-S, which promises to take the already-beloved XFR and make it faster, sharper, and even more likely to encourage sketchy behavior and reckless hooniganism. Which means it just might wind up being our new favorite four-door.
The TMG Sports 650 is everything we wish Lexus would build.
It's been a hot minute since we heard anything from Toyota's AMG-like performance division TMG, and now we can see why: they've been hard work turning the Lexus LS into an S63 AMG-fighting monster. Time well spent, gang. Time well spent.
And it will make its debut at the Paris Motor Show.
Power is not in and of itself good or bad. It's all in how it's used. The McLaren MP4-12C X-1 one-off was an example of the great power of McLaren's Special Operations group used for very, very bad ends. But the upcoming P12 supercar, previewed above in a brand-new image just released by McLaren, should be very much the opposite.
The question is...what?
According to a purported bulletin obtained from Maserati, Team Trident is bringing "a car that opens up new frontiers in terms of exclusiveness, performance and style" to the Paris Motor Show. Even just based on that description, this is, of course, awesome. But it has the potential to be even more exciting than it might look at first glance.