2024 BMW M4 CSL - Price, Performance, and Photos
Following the footsteps of the M3 CSL from almost two decades back and the M4 GTS that came out six years back, BMW has launched its latest special edition model, the M4 CSL. For the longest time, it was a well-kept secret, but in recent times, we had spied it a few times and had an idea of how it looked on the outside and the inside. Fast forward to the present day, the M4 “Competition, Sport, Lightweight" is finally here.
The M4 CSL comes with a lot of tweaks when compared to the M4 Competition. It makes 40 extra horses, features an aggressive suspension tune, carbon-ceramic brakes, ultra-high performance tires, and is 240 pounds lighter. The M4 CSL is limited to just 1,000 examples worldwide and costs $139,900; nearly twice as much as the M4 Competition. Is it worth the extra price?
Mansory’s F9XX Package Completely Transforms The Look Of The Ferrari SF90
Last year Mansory announced the F8XX kit based on the Ferrari F8 Tributo. This year the tuner took a step forward and came up with the F9XX - an even more impressive update offered for the Ferrari SF90. It can be applied to both coupe and spider body styles, and while its main purpose is to offer increased performance, it also improves every aspect of the exterior and the interior of the SF90.
Ford Mustang GTT By Zero To 60 Designs Combines Ford GT And Ferrari Design Cues
The Ford Mustang GT is a subject of affection for many tuners and custom shops. But among them, Zero to 60 Designs seems to have made one of the most controversial, yet aesthetically pleasing versions of the car. The design for the S550 Mustang was actually introduced back at the 2016 SEMA Show. The idea is to bridge the gap between the Ford Mustang and Ford GT, both in terms of looks and performance.
2022 The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E Performance F1 Edition Represents $25,000 Worth of Appearance Upgrades
We thought the AMG GT 63S E-Performance couldn’t be upgraded any further, but Mercedes just proved us wrong - at least when it comes to aesthetics. This year AMG celebrates its 55th anniversary and we’ve already seen a lot of special models designed especially for the event. After several AMG 55 editions – including the ones based on the A35, CLA 45 and G63, Mercedes announced the AMG GT 63S E-Performance equipped with the "F1 Edition" package. The model is now available for order and in Europe, the price of the F1 Edition package is €23,800 (roughly $25,000 at the current exchange rates).
Most Expensive Motorcycles In 2022
Contrary to popular belief, money CAN buy happiness and, if you’re a motorcycling enthusiast like we are, chances are happiness equals adrenaline-pumping motorcycles. Now that we’re on the same page, we’re pretty sure you’ve wondered (at least once in your life) about the bikes you’d buy if money was not a factor (read limitation) and that’s exactly what this article will help you discover. So, here are the five most expensive motorcycles that money can buy in 2022.
Update: 2022 Maserati MC20 Cielo to Launch on May 25
One of the first open-top MC20 prototypes has left the gates of Maserati’s old Modena plant. They picked a different style for the car’s camouflage this time around with a blue cloud livery. I mean it is a convertible after all and this cloud theme probably signifies opening up to the blue skies.
Update 5/17/2022: Maserati has announced that the MC20 Spyder would officially go by the name "Cielo" and that it will be fully revealed on May 25, 2020.
2022 Manhart CRT 800
The Cayenne Coupe, like the entire Porsche lineup, is due for an update. However, that won’t happen until later in 2022, so, for now, we must work with what we have. Manhart decided to take the Cayenne Turbo Coupe under its wings and give it some serious improvements.
Its latest package, the CRT 800, not only makes the German SUV look better on the outside, but also adds a lot more power under the hood.
Here’s Proof That Porsche is Sending the 718 Boxster Out With a Bang
With electricity slowly taking over as the eventual, main propulsion method, even brands such as Porsche, which are big on tradition, are forced to change their focus. For now, the iconic 911 will remain internal-combustion-powered, but things are different for its smaller sibling, the 718, which will go fully electric, in 2025. However, the latest spy footage suggests that the current 718 Boxster will not go down quietly. A hardcore version of the open-top 718 has been spotted and it’s powered by one of the company’s most exciting engines.
The 2023 Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder RS Is Just a Cayman GT4 RS With No Roof
It seems that Porsche has been very busy lately. Next to working on facelift versions for pretty much its entire lineup and preparing a hybrid 911, the Stuttgart-based company is also working on a more powerful version of the 718 Boxster Spyder.
The fact that this prototype was caught testing today should come as no surprise, as Porsche is already offering a Cayman GT4 RS. And, this spied Spyder RS is nothing more than just a roofless GT4 RS, albeit, with a few aerodynamic changes.
This Custom 911 Speedster Shows What Paint To Sample Is All About
Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur and Porsche’s Paint To Sample program allows customers to create a sports car like no other. With more than 160 color options to choose from, chances are that there will be nothing similar anywhere else in the world. A few weeks ago, these Paint to Sample colors were listed on Porsche’s online configurator and you can finally see them all.
The best example of how the right color combination can improve the look of a car is this unique 911 Speedster created for a special customer.
2022 Mercedes-AMG GT R By BS Teile Center
Who said only tuners can work on updating sports cars? Take BS Teile Center, for example. Its origins are rooted in selling used Mercedes-Benz parts, but this didn’t stop it from creating the perfect AMG GT R. And, it did this just by using original parts from model variants with superior features and drive systems.
600 Miles Of Range, 0-60 mph In Two Seconds; The Fisker Ronin Could Be A Game-Changer!
Shortly after Fisker announced the electric Ocean SUV, we were offered details about a second project set to arrive in 2024. Named Pear (no, not the fruit, but an abbreviation of ’Personal Electric Automotive Revolution’), this model will be another SUV inspired by the Ocean and with a driving range of 250 miles.
However, it looks like 2024 will be a big year for Fisker, as the company just teased the third model. It will be called ’Ronin’ and will be unveiled in August 2023, with production starting in the second half of 2024.
Recreating The Fast & Furious Toyota Supra And Making It Even Better Than The Movie Original
By now, there isn’t a single car enthusiast that hasn’t, at least, heard of the Fast and Furious franchise. While the series has transitioned from street racing to a super-spy gig, it all started in 2001. The original Fast & Furious movie features, arguably, the most accurate tuner cars of all the series, and few are as iconic as the orange Toyota Supra, driven by Paul Walker, at the end of the movie. The people at Just Driven have decided to recreate the iconic ride and they have F&F advisor, Craig Lieberman on-site, to give input.
Nissan GT-R EV – It’s Happening, We Just Don’t Know When
It seemed like it took forever, but Nissan finally revealed an all-new Nissan Z, but what about the aging Nissan GT-R? That car has been in production for 15 years, and there’s literally no sign of a new-gen R36 GT-R being in the works. This comes despite the fact that noise regulations have killed its presence in Europe and safety regulations have killed its presence in Australia, leaving just the U.S. and Japan as the primary markets. Nissan isn’t planning to kill off the GT-R as once previously expected, though it is already looking well into the future beyond the next-gen model whenever that will actually happen.
The Ferrari Purosangue Might Have a Dirty Secret
While automakers like BMW and Mercedes are downsizing their engine offerings in models like the 7 Series and even the Mercedes-AMG C43, super high-end automakers are instead using electrification to keep their legendary ICEs alive. Lamborghini has already announced a new hybrid V-12 while Bugatti has something big in the works for its next-gen supercars. Now, against all rhyme and reasoning in a time when downsizing and electrification are the key to survival, Ferrari has teased a new V-12 engine that will make its way into a “game-changing” model this summer. Now, folks, the writing is on the wall.
The Vanquish Name Is Dead, But Aston Martin’s Ambition is Not
Aston Martin showcased three cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show – the Valhalla, the Valkyrie, and the AM9 aka the Vanquish. Two of the three models have surfaced with the V-12 Valkyrie already living and the V-8 Valhalla aimed at the 2024 model year. A lot has changed since these three cars were revealed, the company has practically reinvented itself, and that was showcased in full with the evolution of the Valhalla. The AM9 Vanquish is set to be the third car in Aston’s mid-engined sports car lineup, and it will be a direct competitor to the Ferrari 296 GTB,but the concept we originally saw won’t be the final product. In fact, it probably won’t even wear the Vanquish name. Everything has changed now, and it’s probably for the better.
This Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo Sets a Guinness Record For The Highest Number Of Donuts
It’s safe to say that the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is the first all-electric, high-riding station wagon. It’s also pretty quick with the power output ranging from 476 to 761 horsepower, depending on the version. This means that, if the driver so chooses, it can kick its rear end out without much effort, which is why it managed to set a Guinness World record for the highest number of donuts executed on ice.
The Four-door Nissan GT-R Sounds Cringe, But It Actually Makes Sense
Nissan is in an interesting place. It gave us the first new Z in 14 years and its newly introduced Ariya is the brand’s first EV crossover. While both models have been delayed due to supply chain problems, there is another interesting development. It concerns the Nissan GT-R and the possibility of a four-door version, which may also be an EV. If what we hear is true, this could mean that the R36 generation will come in, at least, two flavors. Is Nissan planning to compete with the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S Plaid?
2021 - 2022 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide
Harley-Davidson’s CVO Road Glide is a bona fide showroom showstopper with lots of chrome and a trio of new paint packages. Powered by a top-shelf Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine – the largest production engine from the MoCo to date – this machine rolls with stock ride safety-control features that keep all that power under control. Stock bags and fairings complete the bagger ensemble to make this a viable bike for performance-minded riders looking to tour, cruise, or just boulevard bruise.
C8 Corvette ZR1 Details Leaked, And It’s Going to be Awesome
Chevy just teased a new version of the C8 Corvette that won’t only be the first hybrid Vette in history but also the first AWD Corvette in history. And, it wasn’t that long ago that we spotted the C8 Corvette E-Ray doing some on-road testing, and while the Hybrid Vette is next on the list, what’s coming after will be an even bigger deal. I’m talking about the C8 Corvette ZR1, and a new report has shed some light on what we can expect. The ZR1 is now in development and while the Z06 is better because it doesn’t have forced induction, we can now say that won’t be the case for the ZR1.
Why the Lotus Eletre Is Uniquely Innovative
The Lotus Eletre is probably the most un-Lotus ever, with a massive curb weight, lots of digital screens, and SUV body style. It does, however, offer the performance you’d expect from a Lotus, but there are some interesting quirks to it. From its aerodynamic features to some interesting design queues, and for better or worse, this is the Lotus Eletre.