Tag: Sports Car

A Police Officer Proudly Owns this Once-Illegal Nissan GT-R

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The storied Nissan Skyline GT-R has long been an automotive hero on Japanese soil, standing tall amidst sports car icons like the Mazda RX-7 and Toyota Supra. However, in an odd twist of fate, that same pedigree would make it quite the villain in other parts of the world… the USA included.  Continue Reading »

This is Essentially a Brand New 1991 BMW 850i Sports Car

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If there’s an automaker capable of consistently pleasing the sports car enthusiasts of the world, it’s BMW. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a minger within its current crop, ‘M’ performance cars or otherwise.  Continue Reading »

The 2017 Nissan GT-R NISMO is Here, and It’s Mean

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It’s official. The top rung of Nissan GT-R performance just got a little bit higher today. On Friday, Nissan pulled the covers off its redesigned-for-2017 GT-R NISMO, which has been further honed and developed at the infamous Nurburgring racing circuit in Germany.  Continue Reading »

5 Performance Vehicles Perfect for a Weekend Getaway

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The summer vacation season unofficially kicks off this weekend with Memorial Day, when millions of Americans will be hitting the road for the long weekend, many of them in minivans, trucks, SUVs, and campers. While all those vehicles have their redeeming qualities, many are more than what’s actually necessary to enjoy a three-day weekend. Continue Reading »

Ariel Nomad Off-Roader Now Available in the US for $78,200

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When it comes to the world of sports cars, few vehicles can compete with the legendary and supremely lightweight Ariel Atom, in terms of pound-for-pound performance. The barebones sports car utterly changed the game upon its introduction in 2000, and debut on US shores in 2006.  Continue Reading »

The Lexus GS F Wants to Eat You, And That’s Sort of the Charm: Review

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There’s something under your bed. Don’t look, it has a hunger for flesh; you, your children, even your dog. It’s not the Boogeyman, if that’s what you were thinking, it’s a Lexus; the meanest Lexus on the whole damn planet, and it doesn’t care what you think about it. Continue Reading »

Mazda RX-7 Successor Could Happen If There’s Enough Demand

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Late last year, Mazda pulled the covers off one of its most striking concept cars to date—the Mazda RX-Vision concept—a two-door, two-seat, rotary-powered coupe, which was seen by many in the industry as a thinly veiled precursor to a next-generation Mazda RX-7 or RX-8 sports car.  Continue Reading »

3 Marvelous Maseratis Are Heading to Auction

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It was in December of 1914, that Maserati was officially founded under the premise of building beautiful, breathtaking Italian luxury cars the likes of Europe had never seen. Today, the company is still very much re-inventing the luxury segment—for better or worse—but it’s those iconic classics that leave enthusiasts frothing at the mouth. Continue Reading »

A Toyota Supra in Tennessee Has Racked Up 520,000 Miles

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At what point do you look at the mileage of your car and question whether it’s time to be replaced? 70,000 miles? 100,00 miles? 150,000 miles? In the case of this high-mileage Toyota Supra, that day hasn’t even arrived yet.  Continue Reading »

Forget the Fastback, This 1967 Mustang GT ‘Notchback’ is For the Working Man

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The original fastback Ford Mustangs of the late 1960s are iconic. But personally, I’ve always been partial to the two-door hardtop “Notchback” ‘Stangs. While the design may not be nearly as ‘special,’ that’s part of the allure; the notchback feels more like a working man’s Mustang. Continue Reading »