With a power to weight ratio of 4.8 lbs per hp, the Aspid GT-21 Invictus will deliver a breathtaking experience.
2014 Alfa Romeo SUV – Italian spin-off of an American classic.
This photo-illustration reveals the production version of BMW’s i8 plug-in hybrid sports car.
Expect the SRT Viper Roadster to make an appearance later this year, possibly during the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Will there be a Porsche 911 Targa in 2014?
Rendering of Incepto GT Concept by Samir Sadikhov - the same guy who has been awarded the second prize at the recently held Ferrari World Design Contest 2011. More of his creations to follow on Cartastic later. In the mean time, you can check out some of his amazing work at his official website (www.samirsadixov.com).
Mercedes to build rival to Porsche 911.
Our sources have confirmed that Mercedes-Benz is hard at work on a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports coupe to rival the likes of the Porsche 911, Bentley Continental GT and Aston Martin V8 Vantage. Based on the next-generation SL-Class architecture, the SLC will be smaller and lighter than the luxurious 2-seat roadster.
The SLC will likely be powered by an AMG-tuned 5.5-liter V-8 engine.
It has been a while since the SLC name graced a Mercedes-Benz. The last iteration was the long-lived C107 model, which lasted from 1971 to 1981. The new SLC will borrow some styling cues from the past, though the shape appears wholly modern and less retro in spirit than the SLS AMG.
The next entry-level Jag?
Jaguar is thinking small, particularly when it comes to taking on rivals from BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz. The British automaker is rumored to be eyeing the entry-level luxury sedan segment, a lucrative slice of the automotive market presently dominated by the 3-Series, A4 and C-Class.
Now under the stewardship of India’s Tata Motors, it seems Jaguar is once again feeling bullish about its chances at the lower end of the luxury spectrum.
A glimpse of what Subaru’s version of the compact rear-drive FT-86 sports car will look like. Too understated?
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