Back in the day, Carroll Shelby was the man, I believe his company stills works on….
There’s no denying that the Ford Mustang is an iconic and powerful motor vehicle. Since the 1960s, Ford has sold various Mustang models, many of which have a place in people’s hearts.
They are hoping this will be a less expensive way of building a high quality sports car…..
TVR is officially back and plans to launch four new models over the next decade that will have new technology. TVR’s first model, which should be here within the next two to three years, will be constructed entirely out of carbon fiber. The limited-edition launch will be the automaker’s first full production sports car to utilize carbon fiber. Gordon Murray, who is well known for his work in Formula 1 and for the legendary McLaren F1, used his iStream Carbon manufacturing process to create a ground effect aero chassis and body package.
A very good article about the goods of this new sports car, lots of real good inviting goodies…
SEAT is a popular Spanish car maker. Since it became part of the Volkswagen family in 1990, the firm has sold several popular models. One of those is the Leon, first introduced in 1998. In case you wondered, the car got named after the Spanish city that shares its name!
Godzilla has a reputation as an energetic but prickly monster but Nissan plans to make it more civilised, from the interior to the ride and noise suppression.
That should extend its appeal to prestige buyers.
As the quality of the materials rises so will the price, so don’t expect much change from $180,000 when the updated model lands late this year.
Renaming an already famous sports car may be leading to a totally new design. Check out the article for some of the reasons….
Latest updates confirmed that the brand has registered for a trademark name – the AeroBlade. As the name is self-explanatory, it refers to brand new aerodynamics that they may have developed for all their future supercars. With the years rapidly rolling by, car makers are gearing up for the near future where cars are expected to drive on their own besides supporting all latest gadgets and possibly use electric motors to be on the move.
It’s long been the most sought-after brand of body kits in the world, and it’s for good reason. On the GH website, you can regularly see displays of their amazing takes on sports cars from around the world. Liberty Walk makes the most badass, aggressive body kits known to man.
There are some interesting statistics about Switzerland I was never aware of – appears it is full of very wealthy people….
You cannot see an Aston Martin pass by the street without looking at it. The engine’s sound and the look will definitely capture your attention. It is the iconic James Bond car since always. Aston Martin Lagonda Limited is a British manufacturer of luxury sports cars and grand tourers. It was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. The firm became associated with luxury grand touring cars in the 1950s and 1960s, and with the fictional character James Bond following his use of a DB5 model in the 1964 film Goldfinger.
Old style for a new model, still looks like a fast sports car and probably is. This model is shorter than the original MX-5 of 26 years ago…..
When Mazda launched the original MX-5 (codenamed NA) 26 years ago, they created quite a stir with its modern rendition of the 1960s’ roadster genre.
It’s a cleverly packaged sports car – cutesy, fun to drive, affordable and with a measure of Nihon reliablility. Other cars have tried to emulate Mazda’s roadster formula, but none has managed to reach the MX-5’s cult status.
Back in the late 1950’s, I had an opportunity to actually drive a Corvette…..what a kick…..I cannot even imagine what it would be like today.
In a recent interview with Motor Trend, Cadillac’s President Johan de Nysschen was talking halo cars, diesel’s vs hybrids and production of cars for global buyers. de Nysschen was specifically asked if Cadillac was considering building a halo car based on the forthcoming mid-engine Corvette and he answered that it has to be one of the options considered.
The design of the Porsche’s these days, verses when I was growing up in the mid-1900’s, is remarkable. I used to cringe…..
Even when of more mature years, the Porsche 911 is a trouble-free companion. No matter whether it is seven, nine or eleven years old – in the latest Autobild TÜV report, the sports car icon was again the model with the fewest defects among all vehicles in its age group. The same as the year before, in each of the general technical inspections, the TÜV inspectors found the least grounds for complaint. Overall, the 911,