Porsche Cars North America is the world’s largest Porsche club organization and has been for the past 60 years. To celebrate this milestone, Porsche has created the Club Coupe, a 60 unit limited-production custom based on the 911 Carrera GTS. The paint on this 430-hp GTS is “club blau” blue & features a special Club Coupe model designation on the doors plus all the other GTS package goods. Coming to America June 2015.
In 1995, McLaren entered the 24 Hours Of Le Mans for the first time & their F1 GTR took the checkered flag. 2015 Marks the 20th anniversary of the historic win & to celebrate, McLaren is releasing a super limited edition version of their 650S. Like the original, the Le Mans is finished in metallic Sarthe Grey paint & features special lightweight wheels, plus a roof-mounted engine induction ‘snorkel.’
In celebration of 50 years of the 911, Porsche unveiled another new variant of the iconic coupe at the Detroit Auto Show. The Targa 4 GTS is the latest to receive the GTS treatment, which includes 430 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque attached to a seven-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. 4.5 seconds 0 to 60 & topless.
After months of rumors & speculation, Ford has just confirmed it: the GT is back. Its packs a 600 horsepower twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 motor and a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox as well as an F1-style steering wheel and pedals that move to fit the driver. Production begins in 2016.
Acura ceased production on the iconic NSX in 2005 but ten years later, the redux is back. Acura will begin production on the 2016 NSX next fall with a build sheet that includes a twin-turbo charged V6-hybrid powerplant, AWD, aluminum chassis, carbon-fiber flooring, ceramic brakes, and loads more. No bottom line numbers have been announced yet, except for the price tag.
The 50-year anniversary of the iconic Shelby Cobra 427 is upon us. That means Shelby is producing a limited run of Anniversary Cobras. Engine options range from 400 horsepower up to the legendary 427 big-block that boasts a toupee-peeling 700 horses. Offered with either aluminum or fiberglass bodies. Limited to 50 Cobras.
Ferrari’s ridiculous new 1035 horsepower FXX K is the latest development in Ferrari’s track-only FXX line of limited edition, race-ready supercars. The K denotes its kinetic energy recovery system—yup, it’s a hybrid. One that does 217 miles an hour.
Ford’s 500 horsepower Mustang Shelby GT350 is basically a street legal racecar. In addition to its massive 5.2-liter V8 it’s got a race-style flat-plane crankshaft, all-new bodywork in the front end with lower, track style springs plus MagneRide dampers. Recaro front seats and a flat-bottom steering wheel complete the race ready build.
Powered by an all-electric outboard motor, the Quadrofoil is the most efficient PWC on the water. It’s a silent, zero emission hydrofoil that hovers and rides above the water at speeds of up to 20kts.
Audi’s limited edition 2015 R8 Competition model will make its way to the US but only 60 of these race-inspired supercars will be released for the American market. It’s trimmed with copious amounts of weight-shaving carbon fiber & its 570hp 5.2L V10 pushes the 2-seater to a top speed of 199MPH.