Miles Branman doesn't need sustenance; he needs cars. While the gearhead gene wasn't strong in his own family, Miles discovered a passion for cars from an early age thanks to a friend whose father collected rare and exotic vehicles. His enthusiasm was stoked during his time at Boston University, when he started writing for Fast Lane Daily. After a short career in marketing for Northeast tech startups, Miles returned to California, and his primary passion: automotive. He has built and raced a Spec Miata (because racecar), loves compact hatchbacks and supercars equally, and can recognize a vehicle from 1,000 feet away by its taillights.
Porsche has revealed its 2018 911 GT2 RS, which boasts a 700 horsepower version of its 3.8-liter flat-six engine. The most powerful production 911 is here, and you'll need almost $300,000 to get behind the wheel.
The 2019 Audi A8’s outline looks promising: Level 3 autonomous driving capability, haptic-feedback infotainment screens, rear-wheel steering, Matrix LED headlights and OLED taillights, plus a predictive suspension.
With borrowed tech from the 720S and Senna, the 600LT brings big-league performance to the more attainable levels of track-dedicated performance. Lighter, more powerful, and production-limited, McLaren’s latest is a true long tail.
The GT 4-Door Coupe is the third from-scratch model by AMG, promising sports car performance with family-friendly refinement. A few laps of Circuit of the Americas and a tour of Austin’s scenic streets should give us an answer.