Behold the Aston Martin Vulcan, the British marque’s most extreme car to date… so extreme, in fact, that it can’t be registered for road use. Yes, the new Vulcan is a track-only model, complete with its own driver development program ala Ferrari’s XX cars and the new McLaren P1 GTR.
Audi’s second-generation R8
has finally been revealed. Both lighter and more powerful than the model it replaces, the new R8 should prove a scorcher on the race track and may even prove a threat to its Lamborghini Huracán sibling.
This hulking beast is the all-new Mercedes-AMG GT3 race car
. It skips Mercedes-AMG’s new twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 in favor of the old naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter mill, and it will likely be menacing on the track considering the performance of its predecessor, the SLS AMG GT3. The best part is that a road-going version of the new race car is also in the works.
The first Chevrolet Camaro ever built
1967 Chevrolet Camaro with VIN N100001, the first Camaro ever builtEnlarge Photo
has been fully restored and is about to be shown to the public. We’re not talking about the first production model but the first of 49 pilot cars hand-assembled back in 1966. It will be presented at the Carlisle GM Nationals in June.
James Glickenhaus and his team at Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus have revealed the SCG003 supercar, both in its road-going (Stradale)
and racing (Competizione)
guises. Both will be on show at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, and boy are they stunning.
McLaren’s new 675LT
has finally been revealed. It’s the latest—and likely the last—member of McLaren’s Super Series, which includes models like the 650S and Asia-only 625C. Compared to the 650S, the new 675LT has more power, more downforce and less weight. Oh yes, it will be fast.
Mitsubishi XR-PHEV II concept, 2015 Geneva Motor ShowEnlarge Photo
Mitsubishi is set to preview a new model at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show with this striking concept. It’s called the “XR-PHEV II”
, and it previews the next Outlander Sport and possibly a future Evo successor.
We drove the 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 S this week
, and boy is it an impressive ride. We found that it delivers nearly everything with abundance, especially power. How much power? We’re talking 503 horsepower from a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8!
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