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The 2016 Lotus Evora requires $89,900 US as it returns to our market

If you recall, Lotus suffered a minor hiccup with the sale of 2015 model-year vehicles in the US because they didn’t meet all-new airbag and safety regulations put into place for this year. But after a year of preparing and implementing some modifications, Lotus is ready to sell the Evora once again in the US–and […]

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Video: Watch the Porsche 911 GT3 RS get hooned at Hockenheim

The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is one serious track machine and of course, it needs a serious track to be put to the test. That’s what Christian Gebhardt did from Sport Auto, where he happily took a 911 GT3 RS around the world-famous Hockenheim circuit. Other than the Lava Orange paint that’s bright enough to give […]

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Report: Toyota working on a new entry-level lightweight model with 130hp

It seems Toyota’s not willing to give up its prospects on sports cars, and we couldn’t be any happier. This is further reflected by Motoring’s latest find, which says that Toyota’s might be interested in working a small, lightweight roadster, as a move to most likely combat the new Honda S660 and the new Mazda Miata. […]

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The new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro – this is it

Today is a big day for General Motors and American motoring as the new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro just broke cover, after its special reveal event today. Hoorah! And much like we expected, the new Camaro sports some aggressive new looks while GM boasts the Camaro should offer a faster, and more nimble driving […]

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Leaked! – The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro gets some spotlight undisguised via CNBC

We’re on the heels of the revealing of the new next generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, which is due for an unveiling tomorrow. And it just so happens that a member of enthusiast forum, GM Inside News, snapped a quick picture or two of what appears to be a visual leak of the new Camaro by way […]

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David Brown Automotive launches the Sportback GT in the US

The name David Brown might not be familiar to even some seasoned car-folk, but his initials would. And that’s because DB is the prefix to pretty much every Aston Martin ever made, some exceptions obviously notwithstanding. How did this come about? Well, David Brown was the managing director of his family’s firm, David Brown Ltd., making […]

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Report: Porsche’s new BMW 5-Series fighter could be an all-electric affair

Porsche’s been rumored and known to be working on a new BMW 5-Series competitor, given the fact that they already have the Panamera, which can compete with anything from the Maserati Quattroporte, to the BMW 7-Series, to the 6-Series Gran Coupe, and even the Audi A7. So naturally, it was only a matter of time […]

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Report: This super-rare Pontiac Banshee could fetch $600k at the block

One truly rare Pontiac is about to cross the auction block. Meet the Pontiac Banshee XP-833 Concept Car, which was the automaker’s pitch to a small, two-seat sports car in the 1960s. It was built during the time when John Z. DeLorean was running the show as an engineer for Pontiac since 1956. Using the […]

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Report: The new BMW M2 to be launched later this year with four colors

If you were living under a rock recently, BMW’s on the heels of revealing the much-anticipated M2 later this year as a rather spiritual, but more accessible successor to the original 1-Series M Coupe. And recently, BMW 2-Series enthusiast site, 2addicts, recently learned the M2’s production will begin in November of this year and will only […]

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Report: Porsche wants to turn the horsepower war into a weight loss war

We all know that Porsche is an absolute buy-word for precision engineering and performance and thus, they know what they’re doing when it comes to building the perfect sports cars. This of course implies that Porsche knows how to manage important specifications such as power-to-weight ratios, G-forces, cornering speeds, braking distances, et al. But over […]

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