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The New 992 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Just Raised the Bar In a Major Way

The New 992 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Just Raised the Bar In a Major Way

With nearly 1,900 pounds of downforce, the 2023 911 GT3 RS thins the line between track and road car.

Porsche has revealed the 992 generation 911 GT3 RS as the most extreme GT product on the 992 platform. Unlike previous GT3 RS 911’s, this latest model comes with never before seen features on a production Porsche!

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Singer's First Convertible Porsche 911 Study is Downright Gorgeous

Singer’s First Convertible Porsche 911 Study is Downright Gorgeous

A twin-turbo air-cooled 911 Cabriolet should be on your bucket list

Singer Vehicle Design is expanding its portfolio of meticulously crafted air-cooled 911s to include a cabriolet, based around the 996 generation. Though, if you were looking to order one, even given their six to seven-figure price tag, Singer’s order books are filled for the rest of 2022.

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Confirmed: The Polestar 6 is An 870-Horsepower Grand Tourer Based on the 02 Concept

Confirmed: The Polestar 6 is An 870-Horsepower Grand Tourer Based on the 02 Concept

Does a Swedish roadster with a chassis used by exotic cars sound good to you?

From an overwhelming media and public response, Polestar has announced that they will build the gorgeous 02 Concept by 2026 as the Polestar 6. Here’s what we know so far.

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The DBR22 Concept is Aston Martin's Second V-12 Speedster!

The DBR22 Concept is Aston Martin’s Second V-12 Speedster!

A new interior and a 3D printed subframe add to the special occasion

Aston Martin’s long history of open top two seater sports cars continues with this latest concept revealed in California. Poised to be exclusive and bespoke, Aston Martin continues to pay tribute to their V-12 engine before it disappears in favor or electrification. Does this follow-up to the V12 Speedster DBR1 honor the legacy?

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Will the new Lexus LFA have an Electric Manual Gearbox?

Will the new Lexus LFA have an Electric Manual Gearbox?

Lexus wants you to row your own gears in an electric supercar

The rumors of the successor to the iconic Lexus LFA are plenty, though this new hint from Lexus engineers directly is the most unusual one yet. The direction of the future Lexus halo car is headed towards electrification, but those behind the project want drivers to feel as engaged and connected to the experience as possible.

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New Configurator Live: How Expensive is Your Ideal Nissan Z?

New Configurator Live: How Expensive is Your Ideal Nissan Z?

The Nissan Z Configurator is live along with full pricing information

The new Nissan Z is one of the most anticipated new cars this year and now you can head over to Nissan’s website and build your dream spec. Along with the configurator comes full pricing information for the Z which starts at $39,990 before options and delivery fees. Not a bad price for a sports car with 400 horsepower standard.

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Porsche and Pixar Team up for the One Off 911 Sally Special

Porsche and Pixar Team up for the One Off 911 Sally Special

Porsche spent over a year perfecting this one off tribute to Pixar’s Cars.

Porsche has brought the 996 based Sally Carrera from Pixar’s Cars movie to life with a one off special project. Set to make a public debut at the 2022 Monterey Car Week, the 992 911 GTS based Sally Special will be auctioned off for two charities, and the lucky winner will own one of the rarest modern Porsche’s.

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The New Meyer's Manx Revives A Legacy with an Electric Twist

The New Meyer’s Manx Revives A Legacy with an Electric Twist

Does 300 Miles of Range in an Electric Dune Buggy Sound Fun to You?

55 years after the original Meyer’s Manx dune buggy was revealed, a revived company under new ownership plans to bring back the past with electrification. This is the all-electric Meyer’s Manx dune buggy, and it’s so much more than just a gimmick.

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The Mercedes AMG One is as Complicated as it is Fast

The Mercedes AMG One is as Complicated as it is Fast

Fitting a Formula One Engine into a Road Legal Car is Not That Easy

The Mercedes AMG One started life as the Project One, unveiled in 2017. Five years later, Mercedes has largely finished development of the hypercar after numerous delays due to the global pandemic, supply chain shortages, and the complex Formula One derived powertrain. And, all of this despite the fact that the car probably shouldn’t exist at all.

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The Alfa Romeo 8C Might Come Back to Life After All

The Alfa Romeo 8C Might Come Back to Life After All

The gears are turning at Alfa Romeo with a renewed passion for driving performance and brand stability.

Many of you may remember when, in 2018, Alfa Romeo teased images of an 8C successor in the form of a mid-engined hybrid supercar along with a teaser shot of a hybrid GTV coupe. Neither vehicle came to fruition due to the brand’s lack of traction with their volume Giulia and Stelvio models which resulted in FCA at the time to ax the halo sports car models. Though with new leadership and a bright vision for the brand’s future, Alfa Romeo’s stillborn 8C hybrid just may see the light of day as soon as next year.

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Shmee's Zenvo TSR-S is a Wild Purple Hypercar That's Rarer Than a Bugatti

Shmee’s Zenvo TSR-S is a Wild Purple Hypercar That’s Rarer Than a Bugatti

When you want exclusivity and rarity that’s unmatched, you go to Zenvo

Before we dive into the wild TSR-S, not many of you know the brand behind the madness, Zenvo. Started in 2004, Zenvo Automotive is a Danish sports car manufacturer that produced its first supercar, the ST1, from 2009 until 2016. From then on, the brand introduced the TS1 GT, the track-only TSR, and the wild road legal TSR-S which we see here. Zenvo has a very low production output of around five units per year, though this is in the name of extensive exclusivity and a bespoke building process.

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The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar GT is Bespoke to the Extreme

The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar GT is Bespoke to the Extreme

Each seat on the Bacalar GT has 148,199 individual stitches that make up the embroidery.

Out of the three low-volume "exotic" Volkswagen Group Brands, Bentley was the only one without a limited run bespoke model. Bugatti launched multiple variants of their Chiron platform with the Divo and Centodieci, and Lamborghini has enjoyed a slew of bespoke models from the recent Sian to older projects such as the Centenario, Veneno, and Countach revival. Bentley has bolstered its historic Mulliner division, once known for its coach-building, to once again produce limited-run bespoke models. The first model of this revival is the now complete Mulliner Bacalar GT, and the details are out of this world.

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This Jaguar XJR-15 Harkens Back to a Time When Jaguar Was Cool

This Jaguar XJR-15 Harkens Back to a Time When Jaguar Was Cool

The lesser known V-12 Jaguar super car is the latest HOT collectable among enthusiasts.

The widely unheard of Jaguar Sport XJR-15 is quickly becoming an iconic collectable. Its extensive carbon fiber construction, V-12 engine, and racing heritage is more valued to automotive enthusiasts today, especially to those willing and able to spend millions on a 30 year old piece of Jaguar history.

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The Manual Toyota Supra is an Answer to the Call of Enthusiasts

The Manual Toyota Supra is an Answer to the Call of Enthusiasts

With the addition of a six-speed manual gearbox, will the Toyota Supra become more desirable than the new Nissan Z?

The latest generation Toyota Supra has enjoyed a few years of freedom from other Japanese competition as the decade-old Nissan 370z soldiered on. Though with the all-new Nissan Z eager to hit the roads, and with a manual gearbox at that, Toyota was not going to lose traction with their dynamic Supra. Though even with a recent announcement of a six-speed manual Supra, Toyota does not believe many of you will choose this $0 option over the quick-shifting eight-speed automatic.

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The Entry-Level Ferrari Portofino M Gets a Boost from Novitec

The Entry-Level Ferrari Portofino M Gets a Boost from Novitec

Ferrari’s not so entry-level Portofino M receives subtle upgrades by the German tuner, elevating it to supercar territory.

In the past couple of decades, Ferrari as a brand has expanded its vehicle lineup and increased sales to capture a greater share of the luxury high-performance vehicle market. What started off as the Ferrari California in 2008, the Portofino M continues the lineage of the entry-level product to the Ferrari brand.

Though the only entry-level part about the latest Portofino M is the fact that it is the lowest cost Ferrari, and even then it commands nearly $230,000. Great, you have a Portofino now. Though what if you want some more performance out of it? Well, the tuning specialists at Novitec have you covered.

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This is 1 of Just 5 1988 Mercedes-Benz 6.0L AMG Coupes in the US

This is 1 of Just 5 1988 Mercedes-Benz 6.0L AMG Coupes in the US

You can own a piece of AMG history with this rare find.

This 1988 Mercedes-Benz 6.0L AMG Coupe is just 1 of 5 in the U.S. and is the first of its kind to be up for sale through an online auction. MB Market, a site dedicated to auctions for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, is the host of this rare model and it will be on offer until August 4th at 2:00 p.m. EST. Though what makes this particular Mercedes so sought after?

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Supercar Icon Ferruccio Lamborghini Entered into the Automotive Hall of Fame

Supercar Icon Ferruccio Lamborghini Entered into the Automotive Hall of Fame

The "raging bull" himself receives a long deserved spot of recognition

After nearly sixty years since the founding of Automobili Lambrghini, Ferruccio Lamborghini is being recognized for his creation of one of the most desirable luxury sports car brands on the market.

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Silk-FAW: The American-Chinese Joint Venture is Shifting into Drive

Silk-FAW: The American-Chinese Joint Venture is Shifting into Drive

Traditional Italian supercar manufacturers have a new competitor on their home turf.

Silk-FAW is a new automotive company that truly is an international effort. The company is a recent startup combining engineering talent from the U.S. and partners from the Chinese automotive company FAW. And their upcoming electric supercars, well, they will be produced in Italy, the home of brands like Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Pagani. Though is there room for yet another supercar manufacturer to enter the arena?

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GM Design's Latest Artist Sketch Previews a Future Sports Car Interior

GM Design’s Latest Artist Sketch Previews a Future Sports Car Interior

Would you consider an electric Camaro successor if it had this interior?

GM Design has flourished in recent years as part of a new effort at the Detroit automaker to produce striking products, of which GM just a decade ago would never approve. From head-turning show cars, like the Cadillac Celestiq, to impressive production models such as the upcoming Cadillac Lyriq and Chevy Blazer EV, GM Design is flexing its muscles on both the exterior and interior. While the mid-engined Corvette C8 also has a striking high-quality interior, what would a front-engined, or even electric sports car with a traditional shape look like inside?

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2023 AMG GT Comes to Life in New Renderings

2023 AMG GT Comes to Life in New Renderings

The next generation sports car from AMG appears sleek while sharing underpinnings with the new SL Roadster.

Mercedes-AMG is hard at work on the second generation of their GT sports car. Revealing artist renderings from Futurecarsnow on Instagram depict an evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, design approach that captures the essence of the current AMG GT while incorporating new elements from its now sister car, the AMG SL Roadster. And while the design has yet to be officially unveiled by AMG, the upcoming powertrain options are more of a predictable matter.

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Porsche's New Flagship Vehicle Is Going to be HUGE in Size, Price, and Desirability

Porsche’s New Flagship Vehicle Is Going to be HUGE in Size, Price, and Desirability

Global luxury and sports car manufacturer Porsche prepares an expansion into the luxury SUV space.

Ever since the introduction of the Cayenne SUV at the turn of the century, Porsche has been in a constant state of growth and expansion while continuing to produce the iconic 911 and 718 sports cars. All of their vehicles benefit from the brand’s obsession with engineering perfection and a dynamic experience. Though not even Porsche can ignore the onslaught of the electrification era. And while the popular Taycan lineup proves the brand can infuse their performance heritage into an electric vehicle, their latest decision to launch a three row, luxury electric SUV may be their furthest reach yet.

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The 2023 Range Rover Sport SVR To Feature A BMW M Heart of Gold

The 2023 Range Rover Sport SVR To Feature A BMW M Heart of Gold

Gone is the supercharged 5.0 liter V-8 and in comes the German twin-turbos!

The arrival of the third generation Range Rover Sport just a few months ago also meant the departure of an iconic Land Rover engine - the supercharged 5.0 liter V-8. In it’s place is a BMW-sourced 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V-8 that could see the British luxury SUV have power figures climb near the 600 horsepower mark in a range topping SVR trim. Though will this extra power make up for the loss of the unique supercharger whine?

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Aston Martin's Latest Teaser Only Leaves A Lot of Questions Unanswered

Aston Martin’s Latest Teaser Only Leaves A Lot of Questions Unanswered

Could this be a first look at an Aston Martin EV?

Just after a recent announcement of critical funding secured to prevent the company’s bankruptcy, Aston Martin has taken to social media to tease what appears to be a new special project. Will it drive enough attention to keep the brands momentum strong into the future?

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Rumors of BMW and McLaren Partnership Are Intensifying

Rumors of BMW and McLaren Partnership Are Intensifying

Looking towards an electrified future, McLaren could be looking to an old friend for help

Looking back at the 90’s and the McLaren F1, powered by a BMW M sourced V12 engine, is one of the finest, and the quickest cars on the road. Today, the two brands are doing their own thing. Though the incoming wave of electrification may reunite a once legendary duo.

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