It’s obvious watching and listening to a jovial Emerson Fittipaldi talk about his car on video that he’s passionate and knowledgeable about every piece. He has the air of a man living out his personal fantasy—in this case, building a reliable race-capable supercar for drivers of all levels. The two-time Formula…""
The forthcoming mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette may face some stiff competition from its old foe the Porsche 911. Speaking with Car and Driver at the Geneva auto show, Porsche’s GT model line director, Andreas Preuninger, revealed that a mid-engined variant of Porsche’s classic sports coupe is “absolutely” a possibility. Nevertheless, Preuninger was quick to note that…""
At last year’s Geneva auto show, Beijing-based startup Techrules displayed its AT96 supercar, a poorly constructed piece that was hard to take seriously—not least because it had motors that weren’t connected to anything. This year, the company considerably upped its game with this Giugiaro-designed Ren supercar, which is not only built…""
Just one day after McLaren released the second-generation Super Series 720S into the wild, the firm added sprinkles, chocolate syrup, and cherries on top by bringing a custom 720S to the Geneva auto show: a McLaren Special Operations (MSO) product named Velocity. After making its debut in orange and light-blue colors, the 720S…""
Bentley is embracing electricity. The British brand will oversee the introduction of a plug-in-hybrid variant of its Bentayga SUV sometime next year, with other models to follow. Plug-in hybrids, though, are merely a stepping stone to all-out electrification, something the brand has discussed with us a couple of times previously….""
Aston Martin is well-known for its beautiful sports cars, its supercars, and its racing program. Now, the British automaker is bringing these ideas together in the form of a new performance sub-brand called Aston Martin AMR. At an exclusive preview ahead of its big reveal, Aston’s creative director of exterior design, Miles…""