2018 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
You didn’t think Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] was just going to sit back and let Chevy and Dodge enjoy all the bragging rights in the muscle car world with their respective Camaro ZL1 and Challenger SRT Hellcat models, right? This week a prototype for the Blue Oval’s range-topping Mustang was spotted. Possible names include Shelby GT500 and Mach 1.
Land Rover’s Range Rover has undergone its mid-cycle update and fortunately the design team didn’t muck around with the big SUV’s handsome lines. Among the changes is the addition of a new SVAutobiography Dynamic model that sports a 550-horsepower V-8.
We recently spent some time behind the wheel of Aston Martin’s DB11. There’s a lot riding on this model but it looks like Aston Martin has delivered a home run. Learn more in our first drive review.
1939 Porsche Volkswagen Type 82/3 Dummy Tank for sale
We bet you didn’t know Porsche once built a tank. To be more accurate, it’s a version of the Volkswagen Kubelwagen developed by Porsche and designed to resemble a tank in order to fool the enemy. You can actually buy it.
Another classic you can buy is this stunning Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] 288 GTO. It will be going under the hammer at Mecum’s Monterey Car Week auction and has less than 7,500 miles on the clock. The estimate is between $ 2,000,000 and $ 3,000,000.
A car even rarer than the 288 GTO above is the Vulcano Titanium from design house Icona. The car features a body almost entirely constructed from unpainted titanium, and there’s just one example in the world. If you’re interested, it can be yours for $ 2.78 million.
Bugatti 100P replica – Image via The Bugatti100P Project Facebook page
In 1939 Bugatti founder Ettore Bugatti unveiled an airplane called the 100P. It was never completed due to the onset of World War II but a small team in the United States recently completed a replica that actually took the skies. Tragically, the project’s leader was killed in a crash during the most recent test flight.
2019 Audi A7 spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
Audi’s next-generation A7 was spotted in prototype form this week. The car is looking a lot like the automaker’s Prologue concept but retains the signature shape of the outgoing model. Interestingly, there are some signs that suggest the tester might be for an electric version of the new A7.