First Aston Martin Vulcan delivered in the United States
The 800-plus-horsepower Aston Martin Vulcan supercar is being built in a run of just 24 cars. Of these, three have been bought by customers in the United States and the first was recently delivered. It went to a man who runs a number of dealerships including Aston Martin Cleveland.
2016 Audi R18 LMP1 World Endurance Championship race car
Audi this week revealed its R18 Le Mans prototype that will compete in the 2016 World Endurance Championship. In addition to its revised aero, the 2016 R18 is said to be more powerful and more efficient than the 2015 car.
McLaren unleashed the convertible version of its 675LT track-focused supercar. It was presented in a new color called Solis, and like the coupe it will be built in a run of 500 cars.
The Chevrolet Camaro SS and Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Mustang Shelby GT350 aren’t direct rivals but they’re both the current range-toppers of their respective Camaro and Mustang donors. Watch them go head-to-head in our latest video.
Porsche this week unveiled the updated version of its 911 Turbo. There’s more power across the board as well as revised styling and new tech. Also this week, we learned that the German sports car marque will launch an all-electric model based on its stunning Mission E concept.
Toyota unveiled an updated version of its S-FR concept. The new one has been designed for racing and was developed by Toyota’s official motorsport arm Toyota Gazoo Racing. It makes its debut next month at the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon.
Volvo’s new S90 has been revealed. The car replaces the aging S80 in the Swedish automaker’s lineup and is due for a debut at next month’s 2016 Detroit Auto Show. While we like the look of the car from the front, the rear is a bit of a mess.
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