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.
With the Defender in its final year of production, Land Rover is bidding farewell to its legendary SUV by creating three final special editions: The Heritage, The Adventure, & the Autobiography. As expected, each model is distinctive and seriously detailed, sending the Defender out on a high note.
British custom carmaker Ariel has taken their infamous Atom track-day racer & turned it into an off-road, sandrail-style dune buggy. Under the hood of this open wheel 2-seater is Honda’s 2.4-liter i-VTEC engine. Delivering 232 hp and 221 lb-ft of torque via a six-speed close ratio manual transmission, the 1477-lb Nomad can race from 0-60mph in 3.4 seconds to a top speed of 125 mph.
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.
When it’s time to drag the kids along, The Snowcoach lets you do exactly that. It’s a trail-worthy tow-behind snowmobile trailer with seating for 2 kids that features high performance gas shock suspension, seat belts, body reflectors, and brake/running lights.
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.
The gear, tools, and equipment have been bouncing around in the back of your truck long enough. Get it all organized with ARB’s Modular Rolling Drawer Systems. They feature stainless steel frames, structural ply tops with UV stable carpeting, and aluminum and plastic details. ARB offers a variety of different sizes and fit kits for all sorts of trucks and SUVs.
The Moto Guzzi V7 has become a popular candidate for customization and apparently the iconic Italian brand is encouraging it. They’re now offering 4 distinct factory custom kits with high-quality Italian-made parts: The Dapper, The Dark Rider, The Scrambler, and The Legend. From tins to exhaust to bars and performance parts, these kits give you everything you need to make it your own.
Cadillac’s 2016 ATS-V is packed with a 455 horsepower twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V6 that pumps out 445 pound-feet of torque. It sprints to 60 miles per hour in 3.9 seconds with a top speed of 185 mph. It will be offered as both a coupe and sedan with 2 optional sport styling packages: the Carbon Fiber pack & the Track pack.