Tag: Sports Car

Everything We Know About the Upcoming Toyota Supra


If there’s one yet-to-be-released car that everyone is anticipating (other than the mid-engine Corvette), it’s the upcoming Toyota Supra. The Supra moniker has been off the U.S. market for nearly 15 years now, believe it or not, and enthusiasts everywhere have been asking begging for its return since then. Continue Reading »

This 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Club Sport is Close to Perfect

There is no such thing as a perfect Porsche 911. With all the variations of the model, options available, and views on what a 911 ‘should be,’ it’s shocking anyone is ever in agreement regarding the car for which there is no substitute. However, when a general consensus is reached where a specific model is concerned, you know it’s something really special. The 1987 – 1989 Porsche 911 Carrera Club Sport is one such car. Continue Reading »

McLaren 570S Shows Off Its Support Skills at La Course Cycling Event


What is it with cycling and sports cars lately? Not that we’re complaining. Last year we saw the Jaguar F-Type coupe (and F-Pace SUV) take up support duty for Team Sky during the Tour De France, and now McLaren is doing the same for Specialized in the women’s La Course cycling event. Continue Reading »

Your Guide to Visiting Porsche’s North American Headquarters


Porsche has been in its new North American headquarters in Atlanta for a little over a year now. Everyone has had time to settle in and find the water cooler, so it’s time for a visit, don’t you think? Continue Reading »

This Wild Toyota Celica Has the Heart of a Honda S2000


The modified car scene isn’t for everybody. We won’t pretend it is. Some people like stanced imports and resto-modded American muscle cars, while others prefer the like-new look of a wonderfully all-original car. Neither is wrong, just different sides of the same coin.  Continue Reading »

McLaren Delivered a Record Number of Supercars in 2015


12C, P1, 650S, 675LT, 570S, and so on. McLaren’s lineup seems to grow larger by the month, and with the immediate success of the 12C, and the newfound success in the more ‘affordable’ 570S, it’s yielding some impressive sales figures in just the automaker’s fourth year in business. Continue Reading »

Mazda Sold A Lot of Miatas Through the First Half of 2016

Mazda Produces One-Millionth Mazda MX-5

There’s no doubt that the new Mazda Miata is one of the best, if not the best iteration of the car the company has ever built. It went back to its roots—lighter, nimbler, and more fun than previous generations; and buyers are most definitely appreciating that return to form. They snatched up 5,384 of them this year already. Continue Reading »

Go Green: One-Of-A-Kind McLaren P1 Heads to Auction in Monterey


Few cars come around like the McLaren P1. A monstrous hypercar limited to just 375 examples ever, it’s a vehicle that will live on forever in history as one of the greats. Most of us will never own such a vehicle, but the opportunity is there to snatch up one secondhand…if you have boat loads of money. Continue Reading »

Subaru Has A Perfect Cure for the Blues — More Blue: Review


The color blue has many different meanings depending on which region of the world you’re in. In France, for example, it’s a color strongly associated with royalty and aristocracy. In Iran, it represents mourning, and sadness. For most of us, it’s just another color. But for Subaru, it’s more than that. Continue Reading »

Traversing Time and Culture in a Superformance Daytona Coupe


Turn the key to ACC. Click the immobilizer button on fob. Press up on the toggle below start. Briefly contemplate how it is that you came to be at the wheel of such a damn fine machine. That’s the typical routine that comes with driving a Superformance Shelby Daytona Coupe—I can’t imagine it would ever get old. Continue Reading »