2016 BMW M2 spy shots - Image via S. Baldauf/SB-MedienEnlarge Photo
BMW’s new M2 sports coupe has been spied ahead of its debut next year. The car will be considerably wider than the regular 2-Series on which it’s based, and its power rating should be higher than 350 horsepower. It looks absolutely sinister in our latest spy shots
It was only a couple of days ago that Dodge revealed its new Challenger SRT Hellcat, and already we have the first live shots and video of the car
. Under its hood is a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that Dodge tells us will deliver more than 600 horsepower, and it sounds absolutely brutal.
Audi has introduced a facelifted version of its stunning A7
four-door coupe. The changes are mostly cosmetic but the sporty S7 model has received a power boost to the tune of 450 horses.
The Lamborghini Huracán is the best car we've ever driven from the brand
, but we're not sure how we feel about the cops getting their own version of the car. Yes, just like the previous Gallardo, a version of the latest Huracán has been donated to the Italian State Police
McLaren 650S first drive. Photo by Michael Crenshaw Photography.Enlarge Photo
We’ve just driven McLaren’s latest supercar, the 650S
. It may share components with the previous 12C, which itself is a superb car, but the 650S is just superior on all fronts.
Mercedes-Benz revealed the wagon version of its latest 2015 C-Class
this week. Though it’s yet to be confirmed, Mercedes is unlikely to offer the stylish wagon in the U.S. market due to a preference here for crossovers and SUVs.
Mercedes-Benz has launched a new microsite
for the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT sports car
. In the lead up to the car’s arrival this fall, information and photos will be posted to the site, some of which is already live, like this teaser.
Slovenian supercar startup Tushek revealed a new model at the recent 2014 Top Marques Monaco. Called the T600
, the car has an incredible power to weight ratio of one horsepower per four pounds of weight._______________________________________Follow Motor Authority on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.