Long time Mustang tuner Saleen looks to be taking a different route. With the announcement of the S8 supercar at the LA Auto Show, Saleen now tells us that engineers are hard at work on an electric vehicle. Yup, an EV.
The new Corvette Stingray is one of the biggest, baddest rides of the year. But that doesn’t mean it won’t get any bigger or badder. For instance, there’s the forthcoming Z06, set to make its first world appearance at the Detroit Auto Show in only a month’s time (January, 2014).
Yamaha is back in the business of building cars, at least, somewhat. With famed designer Gordon Murray at the styling helm, the MOTIV.e concept we saw in Tokyo could get a whole lot cooler. According to Autocar, Yamaha is planning a sportscar based on that cute little EV.
Wait no longer pony car faithful — the 2015 Ford Mustang has arrived (at least we think). According to a number of sources originating from SVTPerformance, this is the new Mustang in the flesh on the upcoming issue of Autoweek. And it looks handsome, sort of.
Apple, one of the most powerful brands in the world, has nearly done it all. Computers, iPods, iPads, TVs — you name, it they’ve done it. But there is one thing that former ceo Steve Jobs never got around to — a car.
That’s where design student Shane Baxley comes in, previewing what could have been with his futuristic Apple iGo concept car. Of course, this isn’t your average concept. Power is conceptualized in the form of an electric motor, with a 0-60 mph time of only five seconds and an mind-boggling 300 mpg. Welcome to the future, indeed.
famous infamous for adding a touch of insanity to some of the world’s most capable sportscars. Like the Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari F12, and many others before it, the McLaren MP4-12C was the latest in a long lineup to get the DMC treatment. But insanity isn’t always a bad thing.
That’s it folks, we just named our first-ever Bold Ride of the Year, and believe us, this selection was not easy. While there were many worthy contenders, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 inched out the competition and earned the top spot. And here’s why:
The much-anticipated Acura NSX hasn’t even hit the market yet, and rumor has it Honda planning a drop-top. How’s that for forward thinking? Autocar sat down with principal designer Jun Goto, who said an NSX convertible is planned to hit the market sometime in 2017:
Some love affairs just aren’t meant to be, like Liz Taylor and her seven husbands. Then there was Ford’s on-again, off-again romance with two-seat vehicles. They tried to make it work in the 1950s with the T-Bird. But, while the car sold well in its original configuration, by 1958 it had gained a back seat in an effort to widen its market appeal.
Ever heard of the term “paradigm shift?” It refers to a fundamental change in thinking about a particular subject. Such an event occurred in 1970 at the Turin Motor show, when Stratos unveiled their concept car known simply as the “Zero.”
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