News that there would be a high-performance version of the hot new 2015 Ford Mustang called the GT350 came out months ago, and wasn’t much of a surprise. It would have been a shock if there weren’t plans to make this car. A good look at the badging that will be on this Mustang, however, is something that we haven’t had the chance to see until now.
In the automotive world, there’s something mesmerizing about a car that simply shouldn’t be. And if there’s one thing a hulking muscle car like the Dodge Challenger, shouldn’t be – it’s probably a lithe off-road dune-skipper. But molds are meant to be broken, aren’t they?
American muscle is alive and well, especially when you consider all that Dodge has been doing recently. But even before all the Hellcat hype, one of our readers, Carl, has been tearing up the streets in his custom 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT with 700 horsepower on tap. And he didn’t need no stinkin’ Hellcat engine to get there.
When I was a child in the ‘80s, I was obsessed with Knight Rider. Most kids, especially those who had a thing for cars, were fawning over David Hasselhoff’s talking ride (voiced by the same guy who’d go on to play Mr. Feeny on Boy Meets World). It was one of the coolest cars on TV.
The most powerful car isn’t always the fastest, we all know that. It’s not unusual for a lighter car to keep up with or even out-duel a more powerful car that weighs more. A track battle between the 931-horsepower McLaren P1 and the BAC Mono bears that out.
What do you get when you mix a sailfish and a supercar? You get a McLaren P1. No, seriously. According to BBC, McLaren design director Frank Stephenson got most of his inspiration for cars like the P1 from the sleek and streamlined sailfish.
Next week marks the unveiling of the all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata. We’re counting the seconds. And while we fully expect it to be as gloriously fantastic as every other Miata ever made, there might be a big surprise waiting.
If you were hoping for a production version of the Nissan IDx concept — we’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is Nissan is actually putting the IDx into production (contradicting previous rumors); the bad news is that it’s going to lose a few of its charming retro cues along the way.
There aren’t many car enthusiasts out there who’d turn down the chance to have a Bugatti Veyron parked in the garage. The problem is, they come with a hefty price tag that generally reserves them for the likes of princes and superstar athletes. This one, though, is slightly more affordable at the bargain basement price of $250,000.
I’ll pose the question to you, “Is there anything better than a new car render?” Think about it. The designs push every conceivable limitation, inspire us to stretch our style choices and perceptions, and if nobody likes it – it never has to exist beyond the concept.
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