This week at the New York Auto Show, Audi unveils their upgraded RS7. The Dynamic Edition is a pumped up version of the already sporty sedan that will feature a more powerful 560-horse twin-turbo motor, Dynamic Ride Control suspension, plus red brake calipers & black valcona honeycomb-stitched leather sport seats with crimson red seatbelts.
Since the 1 percent is really only 1 percent, all the luxury car brands are working out new ways to get more people into their cars. Aston Martin came up with the V8 Vantage, a 430-HP luxury coupe (also available as a roadster) aimed at the U.S. market. Somehow, Aston has priced this awe-inspiring 190-MPH beast below $100 grand. $99K to be exact.
You can get the 2015 Z06 Corvette convertible the way you want it. This 625 horse ‘Vette is available with a 7-speed manual tranny or GM’s new 8L90 8-speed torque converter automatic & you can choose between the removable roof hatchback or the full push-button soft-top.
Local Motors has just reset the whole trike drifting underworld with their new electric-powered model. With the Verrado drift trike you don’t need a downhill slope anymore, just charge it up & the Lithium-Cobalt-Magnesium battery will keep you peeling wheels for 3 hours. via Kickstarter
Just like the current M3 sedan, BMW’s new 2015 droptop M4 features the same 431 horsepower 3.0 liter six-cylinder in-line engine with M twinpower turbo technology. So if you don’t want to lose that BMW ballcap, maybe put a chinstrap on it.
Long before the infamous drunk cheeseburger video, hairy-chested 80s TV actor turned German pop music heart-throb David Hasselhoff drove a 1982 Pontiac Trans Am on the short-lived crime series Knight Rider. The car’s name was KITT and now a detailed, fan-created version is up for auction. In addition to the V8 boasting 13MPG, it’s got an audio system programmed to say 4000 phrases from the show.
Only a man with a massive ego, like Rick Ross level, would name a car company after himself. Apparently David Brown is that guy. He created a new luxury car brand that draws from the best of the classic 60s sport cars and remixes them into a contemporary vehicle. In their Speedback GT you see a bit of Thunderbird/Aston Martin in the front end, a bit of Jaguar from the side, & decide for yourself on the rear-end. Under the hood, there’s a supercharged V8.
This is not some cheap, un-rated hipster knockoff to complete the café costume, this here is a real, road-worthy, DOT-approved Bell Bullitt; a brand new design that sports a retro bubble-visor and up front ventilation. As of now, it’s available in 3 colors: matte black, metallic blue, and cream/red. More colors to come.
Honda just unveiled a pair of new concept bikes at the Osaka Motorcycle Show. The NM4-01 & the NM4-02 both feature interesting geometry and sport Honda’s NC series 745cc motor plus a Dual Clutch Transmission, which will make shifting easier for beginners.
15 or so additional horsepower and a re-designed front end make the 2015 Porsche Cayman GTS even sportier. This new version of the mid-engine coupe boasts a snappy 340–hp flat six and some choice interior upgrades like Alcantara trim and sport seats.