BMW on Sunday rolled out a new concept that hints at a technologically advanced SUV to join its lineup in 2021.
Classic cars from European marques selling in the tens of millions will barely get an eyelid to bat these days, and soon that may be true of American cars, too, judging by the auction activity in Monterey, California over the weekend.
The folks at Hennessey Performance Engineering based in Sealy, Texas have been building fast cars since 1991.
Behold the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera.
As the saying goes, “better late than never.”
Even as fuel prices are still low compared to their peaks of the last decade, automakers are ramping up production of electrified models to meet tough new fuel economy and emisisons standards, and Honda is not to be left out.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus may be knee deep in the development of a new mid-engine sports car to be called the 004, but the motorsport and engineering firm is also exploring the potential of an ultimate utility vehicle—and it’s using the Baja Boot as inspiration.
Chinese electric car startup Byton on Sunday unveiled a concept model previewing a fully connected electric SUV promised for launch in 2019 with a starting price of about $45,000.
Ken Block has revealed his latest Internet-shattering drift video: “Climbkhana: Pikes Peak.”