A prototype for BMW’s upcoming 2-Series
, the replacement for the 1-Series Coupe, has been spotted with barely any camouflage gear. Though the proportions and overall feel of the new 2er is similar to the model it’s set to replace, the car, even in this prototype stage, looks a lot more elegant and luxurious.
These two classics once belonged to a man whose name we’re sure you’ll recognize: Ferruccio Lamborghini. The car is the 350 GT, the first sports car to wear the Lamborghini name, and the boat is an Aquarama built by fellow Italian firm Riva
. For years it was thought Mr. Lamborghini’s Aquarama was lost to the annals of history, but a collector managed to find it and have it restored.
Few vehicles are as big, bold and brash as the Cadillac Escalade, and the latest 2015 model
takes all those qualities to a whole new level. The good news is that the 2015 model is also more powerful, more fuel-efficient and much more luxurious as well.
We posted up our first drive report on the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG
this week. We found it to be perfect in almost every way, though the steering could do with some fine tuning. Nevertheless, inside the S63 AMG is an utterly fantastic place to be.
German tuner Novitec Rosso, an expert when it comes to boosting the performance of Ferraris, has released a stunning wide-body kit for the F12 Berlinetta
. The kit has been aerodynamically tested and is made from pure carbon fiber to a standard that’s as good as you get straight out of Maranello.
McLaren’s new P1 supercar
First P1s under construction at the McLaren Production CenterEnlarge Photo
is in production, which means the countdown is on until the last example, number 375, is completed. McLaren says it’s building the P1 at a rate of one per day, so we should see production of the car wrap up sometime next year.
Possible patent drawings for the 2015 Ferrari California replacement - Image via World Car FansEnlarge Photo
This week some patent drawings emerged which appear to reveal a new Ferrari model. While many are suggesting the patent is for a new FF-based coupe, we think it’s more likely that the patent is for the Ferrari California’s replacement
due out next year.
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