This week saw the wraps finally come off Ferrari’s insane ‘XX’ experimental version of its LaFerrari supercar. Incredibly, the vehicle’s hybrid drivetrain is rated at 1,035 horsepower and its complex aero systems produce as much as 1,190 pounds of downforce at 124 mph.
Mercedes-Benz celebrated its titles in the 2014 Formula One World Championship at its headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany this week. The event saw over 50,000 visitors attend and it was where the new F1 champ Lewis Hamilton and his teammate Nico Rosberg presented a pair of special SL63 AMG convertibles. Here’s Hamilton doing a burnout in his one.
Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG World Championship 2014 Collector's Edition
The first prototypes for McLaren’s new Sports Series have been spotted. The Sports Series will be the British brand’s entry-level model and will target the likes of the Ferrari California T and high-end Porsche 911 variants.
2016 McLaren Sports Series spy shots
Aston Martin revealed a new car this week called the DB10. No, it’s not the replacement for the aging DB9 but a limited edition model that will be used exclusively for filming of the new James Bond movie Spectre.
Aston Martin DB10 from new James Bond movie ‘Spectre’
The first 2015 Chevrolet Z06s have been delivered to their eagerly awaiting owners. One buyer was so excited he did a burnout right in front of the dealership. He later proceeded straight to the dyno to see how much power the new Z06 is really putting down.
CorvetteForum Member's 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
This week we managed to get behind the wheel of Audi’s latest S6 and S7 models, which along with the regular A6 and A7 have received some new styling and tech features for the 2016 model year. We found that everything that was good before is just a little better with this update.
2016 Audi S7
It may not be much to look at, but this Larea GT1 S12 from Germany’s Fahlke may be one of the fastest cars currently in production. Yes, this 1,242-horsepower, 2,000-pound beast will be hard to beat.
Fahlke Larea GT1
This blue and yellow Ferrari 250 GTO has just emerged from a two-year restoration process at the Ferrari Classiche department. As part of the restoration, the engineers took the $30+ million classic for some high-speed testing on Ferrari’s Fiorano test track—the sound of its engine is simply intoxicating.
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO with chassis #3445 GT
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