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Report: TVR’s incoming V8 sports car that doesn’t even exist yet is sold out

Over the past year or so, we’ve received excellent news about the return and resurrection of TVR, the famed small British sports car manufacturer known for making sports cars and supercars for ax-wielding murderers and thrill seekers. In 2013, it was officially announced that TVR Automotive Ltd. was reacquired by the British at the hands of […]

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Poll: A Ferrari Dino will happen and get an all-new turbocharged V6

CAR reports a new Ferrari Dino is in the works as a potential new entry-level model with a relatively modest tag of around 185,000 euros, or just short of $208,000. The entry-level Ferrari has been rumored for a little while now and was recently bolstered with news of Ferrari’s latest plans to start incorporating modular […]

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You’ll need $26,695 to enter the world of the General’s bow-tie muscle car–the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet officially published the pricing details and breakdown for the 2016 Camaro, which can be yours starting with a commitment of $26,695 of your hard earned simoleans. It’ll be more, of course, if you want to add more kit and gear to your bow-tie muscle car, especially if you opt for the V8s. For $26,695 […]

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Report: Could a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1-powered Holden Commodore be in the works?

Some exciting rumors rolled in from Australia’s Drive.com, recently regarding the Holden Commodore. Word is that the Commodore could receive a nice little treatment from Holden’s HSV performance division by slotting the LS9 supercharged V8, from the last-generation Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, under the hood of the Commodore, to make an even faster version. How much faster? The […]

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Report: The next-generation Nissan Z could be…a crossover?

AutoCar reports of some interesting news regarding the next-gen Nissan Z sports coupe and convertible, which they claim could take form as a new crossover. Uhm, what? Yup, you read correctly. We’re told to expect a new concept to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next September ahead of the new Z’s arrival in 2017. The […]

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Spy Shots: Is this revised Honda CR-Z what we should expect next?

The Honda CR-Z has been with us since 2010 and you may have forgotten about it because, well, it’s a bit of a slow seller. And according to automotive press coverage on the model, the CR-Z isn’t exactly a very a compelling vehicle since it doesn’t exactly fulfill its premise of being an affordable, sporty […]

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Report: Aston Martin planning a product blitz with seven new models

Aston Martin’s currently in the works with revamping their entire lineup, given their current offering of models is beginning to show its age. As a result, we’re told to expect a new product blitz from Aston, mainly consisting of seven new models, according to The Detroit Bureau. One of those models is the highly-anticipated DBX […]

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Report: Bugatti’s new Veyron successor to have a higher top speed than the Veyron

The automobile industry has a habit of one-upping itself, especially with superlatives such as top speed records and horsepower figures. Those superlatives were actually once held by the famous Bugatti Veyron supercar. That said, Bugatti’s expected to do no other but one-up itself with the new Veyron successor. Tentatively called the Chiron, word from CARandDRIVER is that […]

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Report: Lamborghini to reveal their new hypercar at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Lamborghini recently has been rumored to be working on an all-new flagship hypercar, one specifically designed to compete with the top dogs, the LaFerrari, Pagani Huayra, Porsche 918, and the McLaren P1. Said to be ready at next year’s Geneva Motor Show in March, the new Lamborghini was supposedly previewed at a privately held event, […]

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Report: A new Toyota FR Concept to debut at Tokyo

Some new rumors are rolling in from Motoring down yonder in Australia, who report of a new Toyota FR Concept supposedly due at the Tokyo Motor Show later this year. Details are sparse, but the new FR Concept is said to be previewing a next-gen GT86 model, which also means a new Scion FRS and Subaru […]

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