Ferrari’s hardcore version of the F12, supposedly called the VS, is set to be launched next week from Maranello. The F12VS is the spiritual successor to the 599 GTO and will feature revised aerodynamics on the front and rear bumpers including a performance upgrade taking the F12 to above 750bhp.
So, you’re driving along the Autobahn in your Lamborghini Huracan, and along comes a new Lamborghini Aventador SV in the lane next to you. What’s the first thing you do?
Porsche has given their Cayman an all-black treatment with the new Black Edition package for the sports car. Unveiled in a press release issued today, the Cayman Black Edition is the latest all-black series in Porsche’s lineup, following the 911 Carrera and Boxster variants.
BMW’s M division has taken another model and cranked it up to impressive levels, bringing a new entry to the Sports Activity Coupe segment. The BMW X4 M40i is a dynamic drive that’s just as beautiful as it is capable, and the new top-of-the-line offering for the X4 series.
On Sept. 14, we shared a little bit of information about Japan’s bōsōzoku subculture when we looked at 10 of the world’s most insane, customized Lamborghinis. Today, we get to see how that subculture takes a Ferrari into its midst.
When a crashed exotic car shows up on the internet, you can’t help but cringe a little bit at the sight. But, that’s just one car. For the new James Bond film “Spectre,” around $36 million worth of cars were destroyed, according to a Sept. 26 article from The Daily Mail.