Tag: Coupe

Aston Martin Suing Fisker Over Thunderbolt Concept


Coachbuilding has been around for over 100 years, and over that time, many a car has been transformed with a truly luxurious, custom treatment. But where does customization end and copyright infringement begin? That’s the question ex-Aston Martin designer Henrik Fisker will be grappling with in the coming weeks.  Continue Reading »

McLaren’s 562HP Sports Car is Ready for New York

McLaren 570S Teaser photo

Ah, the Big Apple. What better place to debut a sexy new sports car than the 2015 New York Auto Show? McLaren is doing just that— it’s called the 570S, and it will be the marque’s smallest model, competing with the likes of the Porsche 911 and Jaguar F-Type. Continue Reading »

This 1,700HP Supercar Will Debut at the New York Auto Show

Lyons LM2

Everyone dreams of building their own supercar. And it seems like as of late, anyone with enough money and time can do just that. Or at least, they think they can. The latest player in the supercar startup game is Lyons Motor Cars, a company that claims to be building a 1,700-horspeower hypercar. Right. Continue Reading »

3 Things to Expect from the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro

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We’ve all been waiting patiently for the revealing of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. It’s gearing up to be one of the year’s biggest reveals already, making it the sixth generation of the famed muscle coupe. Continue Reading »

The 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat is a Tire-Eating Monster: Review

Challenger Hellcat Green review photo

Hellcat: the name that brings enthusiasts to their knees. 707 horsepower is a helluva lot of power, especially in a big, aggressive muscle car like the Dodge Challenger. So when it hit the scene last year, everyone and their mother was talking about it. Literally, my mother was talking about it. Continue Reading »

5 Wildest Moments in Bugatti Veyron History

La Finale Veyron 2

The end of an era is officially here. The last Bugatti Veyron ever built, the Grand Sport Vitesse “La Finale,”  is saying its goodbyes at the Geneva Motor Show. Number 450 of 450. But before it goes, the legend certainly deserves a little more of everybody’s attention. After all, it’s possible the world will never see a vehicle that quite has its impact during the past decade. These are five of the wildest moments in Bugatti Veyron history. 

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Behold, The 500HP Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Autodesk VRED Professional 2014 SR1-SP7

The Porsche 911 GT3 is an indomitable opponent. It’s characterized by a light chassis and huge amounts of horsepower. It is also righteously filled with the sum total engineering knowledge that Porsche has accumulated throughout the 911’s decades of history. However, in that DNA, throughout all of those evolutionary jumps, beats the heart of a monster. Continue Reading »

Bentley Just Built A Sports Car, And It Looks Fantastic

Bentley Sports Car photo

Bentley isn’t a marque really synonymous with sports cars. In fact, only recently have they dipped their toes in the world of racing with the Continental GT3. Thankfully, though, a few designers and engineers got together and gave the world a car that nobody specifically asked for — the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6. Not that we’re complaining. Continue Reading »

This Mercedes-AMG Hypercar Rendering Will Leave You Drooling

Mercedes AMG Hypercar rendering

Imagine a world where every automaker built a 900-horsepower hypercar. It would just be a better place. One of those marques would be Mercedes-Benz — more specifically Mercedes-AMG — and said hypercar in question would hopefully look something like this. Continue Reading »

The 1959 Cadillac Cyclone Was Harley Earl’s Final Triumph

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It was the late 1950s, and Harley Earl’s tenure as head of General Motors’ style department was drawing to a close. What began in 1938 with the Buick Y-Job would end with the 1959 Cadillac Cyclone; the last of his concept vehicles to be built. Like all of his creations, it would feature both stunning design and a bevy of futuristic features that would confirm Earl’s place as one of the great visionaries of automotive history.

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