BMW’s 2016 M2 draws 365 horses from its TwinPower Turbo inline-six and pulled a 7:58 lap-time at the Nürburgring. That’s faster than the last generation V-8 powered M3! In addition to plenty of power, it’s loaded with M-Series features like its active rear differential, lightweight aluminum suspension, M Performance brakes, & 19-inch forged wheels.
Ferrari’s new F12 TdF is a more powerful update to their already scary-fast F12 Berlinetta. Upgraded from 730 horses to 769. Ferrari also brought back the faster shorter-shifting 7-speed dual clutch tranny, as well as adding 4-wheel steering, larger wheels, and massive 1-piece brakes. Limited edition of 799.
The 2016 BMW M4 GTS is a street-legal racecar. With 493 horsepower and extensive carbon fiber in the chassis & body, BMW is proudly calling it the “most agile, radical, & powerful M4 ever.” Used for the first time in a production road car, this M4 features a water-injection system that cools the intake, helping the turbochargers to crank even harder. Only 300 of these track-tuned cars will be imported to the U.S.
The Australian-made Patriot TH610 is a combination camper & toy hauler. The dual axle trailer will carry a side-by-side UTV, two ATVs, two jet-skis or five dirt bikes as well as offering a fully-kitted kitchen and a box-top camper with a King-size sleeper. Built for off-road action it also features LED lighting, a sound system, 30+ gallon water tank, & air bag suspension for push-button leveling.
The long awaited, anxiously anticipated Tesla Model X has finally been unveiled. It’s a futuristic SUV with seating for 7 & falcon wing doors. Numbers: It does 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 155 mph. Range on a full charge: 250-miles. Tow capacity: 5000 lbs. Starting price for the base model 90D: $132K.
Just unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show, Ducati’s new Monster 1200R is the meanest monster ever made, featuring the 160-horsepower Twin Spark 1198 Testastretta 11° V-Twin found in the Diavel & Multistrada. The 1200R also packs 15 more horses than the outgoing 1200S and it’s a bit lighter, too.
Car nerds are calling it a Tesla killer. Porsche calls it the Mission E Concept, an 800-volt luxury sedan with a 310-mile range that Porsche claims can re-charge to 80% in just 15 minutes. Aside from its sculptural good looks and efficiency, its 0-62MPH in 3.5 will help you remember that deep-down it’s still a Porsche; that is, if they actually make the car.
Timberland realized that we do a lot more driving than we do walking, so they partnered up to create American-made tires for your truck and SUV. Timberland Tires are available now in a growing range of popular sizes. Timberland also plans to recycle these tires into footwear outsoles once you’re done driving on them.
The Dawn convertible draws inspiration from the luxury land yachts of yore but features an all-new design. Borrowing looks but not body panels from the Wraith & Ghost models, the Dawn is wide, low & got a toned-down front grill & a stronger chin. Under the hood: a 563 horsepower V12.
Aggressively passing Porsche’s Cayenne Turbo S as the fastest SUV on the planet comes the new 600 horsepower ultra-luxury Bentley Bentayga. Off-road worthy? Supposedly. But there is definitely a refrigerator in the trunk.