Saleen’s first take on the 2015 Ford Mustang will wear the tuner’s S302 badge. This week we saw a few more glimpses of the upcoming muscle car
, which so far looks very mean. The best part is that it will deliver up to 640 horsepower.
Ferrari’s latest supercar is the 458 Speciale A, where A stands for Aperta
. The car is essentially a convertible version of the hardcore 458 Speciale, and it’s potentially the last Ferrari road car to feature a naturally aspirated V-8.
Mercedes-Benz’s next-generation GLK-Class was spotted this week
. The vehicle is due on the market next fall, as a 2016 model, and is expected to be rebranded a GLC to reflect its position in an expanded Mercedes SUV lineup.
Audi revealed the convertible version of its 2016 TT sports car this week. The new drop-top
makes its debut next week at the 2014 Paris Auto Show and will be on sale in the U.S. early next year.
Tesla Model S convertible by Newport Convertible EngineeringEnlarge Photo
This week we saw for the first time a Tesla Model S convertible
. The custom car was created by California’s Newport Convertible Engineering, which says it’s also planning convertible versions of the popular electric sedan with a retractable hardtop and another with just two doors.
Believe it or not but Black Eyed Peas singer Will.i.am has his own automotive business dubbed I.am.auto, where he designs his own cars. This week, Lexus unveiled a version of its all-new 2015 NX crossover that was customized by the musician
—and it looks surprisingly good.
The first prototype for Porsche’s next-generation Panamera
was spotted this week. It revealed that designers are going for a sleeker and sportier look for the new performance sedan, which we expect to be introduced for the 2017 model year.
Mercedes-Benz’s all-new C63 AMG was revealed this week, and we must inform you that it’s no longer called a C63 AMG. The car’s official title is now Mercedes-AMG C63
, and it’s ready to take on its rivals with power outputs ranging from 469 up to 503 horsepower. Sadly, the new C63 wagon is much hotter than the sedan—when we’re talking style and practicality—but it won’t be heading here.
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