2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 first drive, South Haven, MichiganEnlarge Photo
We managed to drive the latest Camaro Z/28 from Chevrolet
this week, which is now into the 2015 model year after a short run of 2014 models. If you’re not familiar with the car, all you need know is that it’s the Camaro designed to be the most track-capable offering of all.
BMW’s second-generation X6 was revealed last week, but this week we got our first look at the vehicle’s available M Sport package and M50d M Performance variant
. Sadly, the wait is still on for the reveal of the model we’re most interested in, the X6 M.
While the 2015 Ford Mustang isn’t due in showrooms until later this year, we’ll get to see the car in action at Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway. That’s because the new Mustang is serving as the official pace car for the race
This week we heard that Pagani may launch a hardcore version of its Huayra supercar called the Nürburgring Edition
, and we also saw spy shots of a mysterious Huayra test mule being worked on. Could it be the new hardcore Huayra
? The mule was spotted outside the headquarters of Mercedes-AMG, the supplier of the car’s twin-turbocharged V-12 engine.
The first prototype for Bentley’s new SUV was spotted this week
. We can see that the design is similar to the previous EXP 9 F concept, although there are also some key differences. We also got a glimpse of the interior of the upcoming SUV.
Ford’s Australian division revealed the last of its Falcon muscle sedans built by its FPV performance division
this week. The car features a supercharged version of the Mustang’s 5.0-liter V-8 and is officially rated at 470 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque, but we hear it can produce much more than the stated figures.
The twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 set to debut in the Mercedes-AMG GT sports car has finally been revealed
. The unit develops 503 horsepower in its initial state of tune but we’re expecting much more powerful versions to be introduced.
After driving the 2015 Nissan GT-R in Japan late last year
, we finally got to test the car on U.S. soil
. We’re not talking about the insane NISMO edition, but a regular model, still one of the quickest—and fun—road cars at any price._______________________________________Follow Motor Authority on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.