With 123 horsepower, the Ford FF1 track day car is an Ariel Atom competitor capable of 80 mpg. Bad news is; we’ll probably never see it Stateside because without airbags, the NHTSA won't let it cross the pond.
The price tag doesn’t seem too unreasonable for a 450-horsepower V8-powered German luxury convertible until you learn that all the features you’d want in your $80,000 toy will cost you extra – a lot extra.
The “Colibri,” as it’s called, seems like a fine little EV. But we wonder why it’s been planned at all. After the crashing failure of CODA and Fisker Automotive, we wonder how many EV startups will have a go before they leave it to the big boys.
Seeing a need, Teslaccessories decided to fill it with aftermarket center console add-ins to the Tesla Model S. The strange thing is, orders are only open to those who receive an invitation.
Yes it’ll cost you just shy of $100,000 but for the money you get an NHRA ready drag racer complete with parachute mounts. If you’re more of a hands-on racer, though, you’ll want to go with the COPO Camaro.
Looking more Lexus than Hyundai, the HND-9 concept makes us wonder if the Koreans are losing their distinctive design touch and have begun to lean onto the Japanese a bit too heavily for design inspiration.
Maserati is reportedly considering a LaFerrari-based supercar flagship of its own, much like the 2004 Ferrari Enzo-based Maserati MC12. Should it make the move, Maserati will have to choose between the Ferrari V12 or upping its own 3.8-liter V8 above the 900…
Surprising us all, Renault adds two electric motors to its new turbocharged V6: one for regenerative braking and one to boost the turbo. Whether it’ll be allowed in the 2014 season, however, has yet to be seen. You can be sure, these innovations will make…
Powered only by electricity, the Formula E cars will do 0-60 in three seconds and hit a top speed of 155 mph. Two more cities need to sign on to host the Formula E racers before the 2014 season can begin.
Right after unveiling a hybrid concept at the Geneva Auto Show, Subaru is ready to unveil the production XV Crosstrek Hybrid alongside a performance concept vehicle. We’re hoping for a BRZ STI.
With the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe rolling the planet, it’s a wonder why Bentley hasn’t sent the 505 horsepower convertible Mulsanne to production.
Take pictures, tag your friends, and at then end, Volkswagen and Google’s latest app will assign a smileage value to your trip. Sunny trips on a Saturday will build more smileage than a snowy work commute.
Based upon the Audi Q7, the as of yet unnamed Bentley SUV is in a holding pattern as the Volkswagen and Bentley brass hammer out where the luxury soft-roader will be built. VW wants Slovakia. Bentley wants England.