With the Reborn series, Jaguar Land Rover Classic will offer ultra limited-edition classic Jaguar Series 1 E-Types in small batches, starting with ten 60s-era cars available this year. According to Jag the cars are “expertly sourced and comprehensively restored” using Jaguar Classic parts as well as Jaguar Classic reverse-engineered body panels as needed. When complete, each car will be meticulously finished and fresh as a newborn.
For the first time ever, Nissan is bringing the 565-horsepower GT-R Track Edition to the U.S. In addition to the twin-turbo V6 it’s loaded with a long list of Nismo upgrades inside and out, and features a lightweight, track-tuned suspension system, oversized Brembo brakes, Recaro racing seats, and copious amounts of carbon fiber.
With its record-setting lap time at the legendary Nürburgring, the Lamborghini Huracán Performante became the world’s fastest standard production car. This variant of the Huracán was completely re-engineered for reduced weight, increased engine power, a stronger, lighter chassis and an innovative active aerodynamics system called ALA.
Powered by a supercharged 2.1 liter, 2097cc V-twin that pumps out 210 horses, the handbuilt Valiant SC from Hesketh Cycles is a high-end custom built in the British racing tradition with only the best components. The Hesketh name earned a heavy rep as a Formula powerhouse in the 1970s. Today, they’re building bikes like these in very limited numbers.
The latest addition to Harley’s entry-level Street series lineup is the Street Rod. It got a fresh chassis and styling plus a re-tuned motor. The high output, water-cooled V-twin Revolution X 750 engine has been dialed in to produce 18% more power & a bit more torque than the original Street 750.
The lightweight TigerMoth Camper from Taxa Outdoors opens wide for easy access & it’s got a pull-out kitchen with running water. The interior sleeps 2 adults and features built-in LED lighting, 12-volt & USB plugs, plus plenty of storage space. There’s a front-mounted storage/toolbox, roof racks and cargo decks with optional roof-mounted solar panels.
There’s a lot more to this Mercedes AMG GT Concept than just the 4-door layout. MB hasn’t confirmed a release date but when it drops, it’ll be offered with an F1-inspired hybrid power train consisting of an electric motor and the 4-liter twin-turbo V8, with a total power output of 805 horsepower. So yeah, a roomy sedan that puts up 0-60 times in the sub 3-second range.
Designed & built for the factory team with the sole purpose of earning Indian the AMA Flat Track title, the race-tuned FTR750 Scout will now be available to the public-at-large. Two important details: it is not road legal and the price tag is $50K. Let’s hope that this offering hints at a road legal (& more affordable) version of the Scout in the not-too-distant future.
For 2018, Porsche is adding a new wagon-style variant to the Panamera lineup. With an updated rear-end design that is all new from the B-pillars back, the forthcoming Sport Turismo will hit U.S. dealers by the end of this year in 4 models including a 330-hp turbocharged V6, a V6 & Electric hybrid, and a 550-hp V8.
The compact Air OPUS is a camper like no other. Why? It’s inflatable. With just the press of a button, the onboard electric pump inflates the pop-up soft-top. In just 90 seconds it’s fully inflated. Break down is just as quick. An optional exterior Air Awning tent is also available.