It’s the opening season of the new TUDOR United SportsCar Championship this weekend and one of the stars is the brand new 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28.R. The new Chevy race car is competing in one of the lead up events, the IMSA Continental Tires SportsCar Challenge.
A brand new Chevrolet Escalade is coming onto the market and sales of the latest Range Rover and Range Rover Sport from Land Rover are outstripping production by a considerable margin. Meanwhile, sales of Lincoln’s aging Navigator are tanking, but it’s hoped a significant facelift for 2015 will help turn the tide.
2015 Lincoln Navigator
Land Rover’s next-generation LR2, which may pick up a Discovery badge, has been spotted once again. The vehicle is now in its later stage of development and is sporting a number of production details. We should see it unveiled later this year.
2015 Land Rover LR2 spy shots
These spy shots show a brand new vehicle: Cadillac’s oft-rumored flagship sedan. The car, which may use the LTS name, will feature rear-wheel drive as standard but likely offer all-wheel drive. It will compete in the full-size luxury sedan segment against the likes of the BMW 7-Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
2016 Cadillac LTS flagship sedan spy shots
This Ferrari F40 was originally painted red but after being involved in an accident, which turned it into a write-off, the car was restored by the people at Gas Monkey Garage and recently sold at auction. It may not be completely original anymore, but given its modifications it should perform better at the track than a stock F40.
1991 Ferrari F40 restored on television series Fast N’ Loud - Image via Barrett-Jackson
Ford is on a roll with its licensed reproduction body shells for classic models, and what's more of a classic than the 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe? Original tooling was used wherever possible, and if that option wasn't available new tooling was designed based on the original specifications.
1932 Ford reproduction body shell.
Jeep is about to enter the subcompact segment with a new crossover based on a Fiat platform. The vehicle is tipped to be called the Jeepster, and it looks like it will resemble the previous-generation Cherokee, albeit in downsized form.
2015 Jeep Jeepster spy shots
We've just driven the 2015 Volkswagen Golf R—even though it's about a year ahead of the time it arrives to the U.S. When it finally does arrive, it will deliver an estimated 290 horsepower from its turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, making it the most powerful Golf ever sold in North America.
2015 Volkswagen Golf R (Euro spec) - Preview Drive, Sweden, January 2014
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