As we peak 2016, the 2nd generation redesigned Audi R8 is out and on the roads (whenever you see one). Gone is the base V8 featuring 2, V10 only options, the manual transmission option is no longer available, whole lot of tech is added and refined performance enhancing features are also
In the US, it seems like every time we drive on the road we see at least ONE of the vehicles pictured above. The previous generation Toyota Camry. Produced for model years 2007-2011 the XV40 body Camry has been a hot seller since it's release in 2006 considering it to
Bengala Automotive Design and the Maryland-based carbon masters Vitesse AuDessus are presently offering to owners of the Phantom, Ghost, Wraith and Dawn who aren't fulfilled by the stock states of their ultra-luxury sedan.
In spite of the fact that aftermarket carbon fiber parts aren't 100% new to Rolls-Royce , the utilization
The Kia K900 and Cadenza are Kia's own premium/luxury sedan models that have attempted to dive into the luxury market in similar fashion to Hyundai with the Genesis and Equus models. However, for the U.S. the K900's has been far less successful than the Equus. The K900 has struggled with sales since it's initial release
The BMW i8 has been in production 2 years now since the initial release in 2014. It's stunning style, unique doors, and hybrid capabilities that balance performance and efficiency at a sub $200k price range have made the i8 rapidly successful within the past year. There's already talk on the future
A low-priced, low mileage Jaguar might seem like a good deal. However, dated style and poor reliability may cause you to consider a different vehicle.
The previous generation Mazda 6 made from 2009 through 2013 is still a popular model in the US. With a an original MSRP of a base model starting under $20,000 and of a fully-loaded V6 model coming out just under $30,000, we're curious to see how the 2nd-gen Mazda is holding
Professional drifter Ryan Tuerck has a new project and quite an expensive one. Stuffing a F136 V8 Engine found in the 458 Italia into a heavily engineered Toyota GT86 body. While we anticipate the car to certainly be a fun car to drive and drift with such a high-revving V8.