Callaway Competition 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray GT3 race carEnlarge Photo
It may look a little crude, but this computer-generated rendering is the first official image of a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray race car
. The new racing version of the seventh-generation ‘Vette is being developed by the racing arm of Corvette tuner Callaway and should be ready to hit the track sometime next year.
Unfortunately, we’re unlikely to see it in actual competition until the 2015 motorsport season but before then it’s possible Chevrolet will have its own C7 R race car ready. Speaking of the C7 R, it’s also possible that Callaway’s new Corvette Stingray race car and the C7 R will share some lines. After all, lines for both will be dictated by the wind tunnel.
Callaway’s Corvette Stingray race car is being developed under GT3 regulations. In fact, the company is the representative for building and holding the homologation of the Corvette Stingray in GT3 competition, a role it also plays for the C6 Corvette.
Considering what the 2014 Corvette Stingray is capable of on the road, we can’t wait to see what this latest generation of the American sports car icon will do on the track.
MINI’s new Vision concept car
is our best look yet at the company’s third-generation Cooper. It only takes a quick glance to spot the similarities between the concept and the numerous prototypes we’ve seen for the new Cooper
, which we’re expecting in showrooms early next year as a 2014 model.
No, this isn’t a prototype for a hardcore McLaren MP4-12C but rather a test mule for McLaren’s ‘entry-level’ model
due in 2015. Code-named the P13, the new model will share the 12C’s carbon fiber monocoque and V-8 engine (most likely detuned) and will target the likes of the Audi R8 and Porsche 911.
is one of the most anticipated models of the upcoming 2014 model year and we can’t wait to hop behind the wheel. Elegant styling, engines built by Ferrari and sumptuous leather interiors, what more could you want from a luxury sports sedan? This beautiful image is just one of more than 50 from our latest mega gallery
2014 Land Rover Range Rover long-wheelbase model spy shotsEnlarge Photo
Land Rover’s hit a home run with its latest Range Rover, the fourth generation of the go-anywhere luxury SUV. Understandably, the company wants to capitalize as much as possible on this success, and is doing so by launching new variants like this long-wheelbase version, which is still under development
and should be on sale soon.
The pair of Aston Martin Zagato Centennial specials
made their public debut last week, and we must say the cars look much better in the metal than they did when we first saw some renderings
. Classic yet still very modern, we’re sure the cars will be turning heads wherever they go.
Bugatti Legend ‘Jean-Pierre Wimille’ Veyron Grand Sport VitesseEnlarge Photo
Bugatti has just announced six new Veyron special editions
, the first of which will be making its debut in a couple of weeks at the 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The series is called the Les Légendes de Bugatti (Bugatti Legends) and the cars honor the men that have helped shaped the marque’s history.
This beauty is making its presence felt at the Brickyard 400, serving as the event’s official pace car. The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is a high-performance two-door that can hold its own out on the track, making it a more-than-adequate choice to set the pace.
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