Ferrari’s next generation of supercars may be adopting turbocharged power. Not because the automaker’s current engine technology is lacking any power but because stricter fuel economy and emissions regulations will be coming into force in most major markets in the coming years, and that means downsized engines.
Another Toyota engineer has hinted at the possibility of a hybrid powertrain being added to the Scion FR-S. Many rival brands are looking at performance-oriented hybrids and Toyota clearly doesn’t want to be left out.
The SRT Viper was an all-new model only this year, so for 2014 the updates are minimal. We wonder if the couple in Texas that already own 65 Vipers can resist adding the 2014 model to their collection as well.
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