We finally drove the 2015 Lincoln MKC
this week. With the new compact crossover, Lincoln finally has a vehicle that's going to play well outside the Midwest. It's a no-brainer in concept, and impressive in function and form. Lincoln could use a few more of these.
MINI this week took the wraps off an all-new model, the Cooper 5 Door
. As its name suggests, the car is a five-door version of the three-door Cooper Hardtop and it may end up proving even more popular.
Although the Audi RS 7 was only launched on the market a year ago, an updated version has been revealed
. No extra power is available but there have been some changes made to both the exterior and cabin. Thankfully, the car’s stunning looks haven’t been ruined.
British tuner A. Kahn Design is expanding its business with a new coachbuilding service. Its first three bespoke vehicles have already been announced, one of which will be a stretched version of the Land Rover Defender
powered by a Corvette V-8.
This week we posted the first images of the production version of the Spyker B6 Venator
sports car. We’re glad to report it looks almost identical to the stunning concept version, although there are some key differences.
2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Convertible, 2014 New York Auto ShowEnlarge Photo
This week Chevrolet confirmed the power and torque figures for its 2015 Corvette Z06. They’re higher than the previous estimates of 625-horsepower and 635 pound-feet of torque, and they're even higher than the figures for the Corvette ZR1.
BMW delivered the first examples of its i8 plug-in hybrid sports car this week. The first batch, just eight example
s, was delivered during an official ceremony at BMW’s headquarters in Munich, and all of the cars were equipped with laser lights. Yes, laser lights have reached the world of production.
Pictured above is the very first Porsche 911 Turbo
delivered to a customer. The car was presented to Louise Piëch, daughter of Porsche founder Ferdinand Porsche, on her birthday in 1973, one year before the official retail launch of the first-generation 911 Turbo.
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