McLaren will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its overall victory in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans with a new special edition model. It’s called the 650S Le Mans, and its retro wheels, mimicking those on the original F1 GTR race car that won at Le Mans, are downright awesome.
W Motors Lykan Supersport HSF (Hybrid Synthetic Fuel) race carEnlarge Photo
W Motors revealed a new racing version of its upcoming Lykan Supersport
this week. The Lykan Supersport is the Middle Eastern supercar startup’s second model and is said to have around 1,000 horsepower on tap.
Shelby American has revealed its first take on the 2015 Ford Mustang
. It’s based on the Mustang’s GT trim and is packing a 625-hp punch thanks to a supercharger attached to the 5.0-liter V-8. Unlike previous Shelby creations, this one will be marketed worldwide.
This stunning pic shows the most recent Ford GT next to an original GT40. Examples of both, and perhaps the latest GT revealed at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, will be racing down to Carlisle, Pennsylvania this June for the annual Carlisle Ford Nationals
. Designer of the GT Camilo Pardo will also be on hand to field any questions.
2016 Audi A4 spy shots - Image via S. Baldauf/SB-MedienEnlarge Photo
A prototype for Audi’s next-generation A4
, the B9, has been spotted and reveals more details than we’ve ever seen before. We’re expecting the new small sedan to be revealed this summer, as a 2017 model.
Porsche this week revealed a new special edition 911 developed exclusively for the U.S. market. It’s called the 911 GTS Club Coupe
and just 60 examples are destined for production.
Williams was the first team competing in the 2015 Formula One World Championship to reveal its car for the new season
. The most obvious change in the regulations for the new season involves the design of the nose cone, which results in much shorter noses than in the previous season.
Another race car revealed this week was the Porsche 919 Hybrid LMP1
developed for the 2015 World Endurance Championship. It looks much the same as last year’s car, though we’re sure there's been a number of extensive updates.
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