Bugatti has announced that by reaching 408.84 km/h, its Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse has has beaten the world record for a convertible.
Only 2 examples of Aston Martin’s new two-seat open top racing car will be built and they will make their debut at this year’s Nürburgring 24-hour race.
2013 marks McLaren’s 50th birthday. The name is synonymous with excellence on the road and the brand is a reference when it comes to competitions.
The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, the seventh-generation of America’s most iconic sports car, has been unveiled at the Detroit motor show.
Renault, together with Caterham, will launch its new Alpine sports car by the end of 2015, according to Renault marketing head Stephen Norman.
Renault and Caterham will form a joint venture to develop sports cars that will be marketed under the Alpine brand, which Renault is reviving.
Lamborghini is showing off six new Gallardo models at this year’s Paris Motor Show (Sept 29-Oct 14), all of them boasting angular and trapezoidal lines.
Italian supercar manufacturer Pagani is apparently building the very last Zonda, to be called the Zonda 764 Passione.
McLaren Automotive has unveiled the new X-1 concept sports car at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance event in the US.
Mansory has reworked the Lamborghini Aventador into a limited production model named the Carbonado, after the black diamonds found in Africa and Brazil.
Aston Martin’s new DBS successor has been renamed the AM310 Vanquish and it borrows heavily from the spectacular One-77 coupe.
Men’s magazine Playboy, perhaps the epitome of testosterone-driven tastemaking, has released its pick of the greatest cars of all time.
In recognition of its partnership with Boeing on advanced materials such as the carbon fiber used in the 787 Dreamliner, Lamborghini has unveiled a one-of-a-kind Aventador LP 700-4 with a swoopy, blue and white Dreamliner-esque color scheme.
The new Lamborghini Aventador J Roadster, recently revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, is not just a concept car but now a real one-off production vehicle. The Aventador J doesn’t have a roof, not even the retractable kind. Nor does it have a windscreen, with Lamborghini apparently having concluded that its “force of nature on … Continued
Infiniti has announced further details of a major new sports car concept set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The Nissan-owned brand revealed February 3 that the model will be called ‘Emerg-E’, promising a low-emission, high-performance and high-technology car, with several firsts — and a new design direction for the brand. The concept will … Continued
Bugatti is set to unveil the most powerful roadster of all time at the 82nd International Geneva Motor Show at the beginning of March. With an increase in power up to 1,200 HP, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse has entered a new dimension of open-top driving. Optically aligned to the Bugatti Veyron Super … Continued
Mazda is to launch a limited-edition model of its popular MX-5 sportscar at the Chicago Auto Show next week. The Japanese brand said that only 450 Special Edition variants of the MX-5 will be produced, boasting an upgraded roof and new interior. Since its launch in 1989, the MX-5 Miata has become the world’s best-selling … Continued
Legendary Italian designer Pininfarina teased a forthcoming sports sedan this week, showing just one tiny part of a futuristic-looking, Star Trek-inpired face. Its new Cambiano will be a luxury sports sedan, “conceived with great attention to the environment, both as to the engine and as to the materials’ choice.” The model (named after its hometown) has … Continued
Japanese luxury auto brand Lexus finally revealed the LF-LC sports coupe concept at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. The all-new design pushes Lexus further into sports car territory and could provide a rival for established names such as Porsche if approved for production. With a low profile, large wheels and futuristic running lights, the LF-LC … Continued
A fleet of luxury sportscars has been involved in one of the most expensive accidents in history after an astonishing multi-car pile-up in Japan. The wreck included several Ferrari 355s, Ferrari F430s, Ferrari F360, Ferrari F512, Lamborghini Diablo and three Mercedes models as well as a Nissan Skyline. The Ferrari driver reportedly lost control round … Continued