After years of anticipation and impressive growth from Tesla, the California manufacturer has introduced, at last, the Model X.
The automotive aftermarket scene in Japan has piqued the world’s interest for years. From the abundance of LED lights to massive widebody kits, their modified cars are both unique and eye-catching, to say the least.
This year’s Parco Valentino Salone & Gran Premio, an outdoor car show that featured 25 car makers, 12 designers, and two global debuts, hosted the introduction of the Wild Twelve Concept, a supercar designed by Torino Design and engineered byAutomobili Turismo e Sport (ATS).
Released in 2008, the Lamborghini Reventon is one of the most exclusive and rare Lamborghinis ever produced. Named for a prized fighting bull, the Reventon was limited to a production run of only 21 cars.
Ten contenders from eight manufacturers, all launching off a starting line together. As Motor Trend says, it’s the “World’s Greatest Drag Race 5,” and they did it because they can.
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.