Tag Archives: Supercars

Report: The 2016 Acura NSX once again seeks to be a budget Ferrari

The Acura NSX is almost here, after what seems to be an eternity of teasers and concepts. It may seem like old news, but the NSX is still on its way and recently, WhatCar spoke to Ted Klaus, the NSX’s chief of development. In the interview, Klaus explained the NSX once again is built on the […]

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Report: Ford GT scheduled to make a comeback and to revive Le Mans participation

Ford has been rumored to be working on a new version of the GT to commemorate Ford’s victory run at the 24 Hours of Le Mans from 1966 to 1969, 50 years ago in 2016. According to recent reports from Road&Track and MotorTrend, Ford is even talking homologation status as the new GT would even participate at […]

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Recalls: The Ferrari 458 Italia and Spider get recalled in the US

Get this. The Ferrari 458 Italia and 458 Spider are being recalled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration not because it’ll spontaneous combust, but because someone could get trapped in the golf hole that they call a trunk. But really, we wonder, how one could end inside a 458′s tiny boot. Should one be accidentally […]

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Report: Is Lamborghini preparing a hybrid or a Urraco successor, or both for Paris?

Lamborghini seems to have released a teaser out of left field that has a good amount of us pondering about and wondering, what the hell could they be showing off at the Paris Auto Show in just a few weeks? The teaser above is all we have to work with and just from the looks of […]

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Official photos of Aston Martin’s super exclusive Lagonda surface

Aston Martin’s making a Middle East-only Lagonda sedan, thanks to the rich and deep pockets of the various one percenters in the sandy deserts over yonder. And to brag to the rest of the world and taunt about how we can’t get it, Aston Martin finally revealed official photos of its Lagonda prototype running about […]

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Report: The rumor strikes back – a Bugatti sedan could actually happen

Rumors of a Bugatti-based sedan have been circulating the rumor mill for quite some time, but never has it ever come to fruition. Bugatti first expressed interest to produce a sedan with the Galibier Concept from 2009, which possibly could’ve taken the title as the world’s fastest sedan. However, it never made it into production […]

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Recalls: Several Porsche 918 examples recalled over rear-axle control arm woes

When one dollies up about $845,000 for a new car, expectations for perfection aren’t irrational. But it seems over-engineering and eye-watering price tags still don’t buy perfection as Porsche and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have just issued a recall for five US-spec 918 Spyder supercars over problems with the rear-axle control arms. A […]

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Report: Mid-engined Corvette Zora ZR1 in the works

Little is known about this car, and given that the Z06 chucks out 650 bhp and costs just south of $80,000; anything turned up to 11 should cause quite a scene. The revisions to the chassis will not be updates to the C7, but major changes to be realized in the C8. For this highly […]

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2015 Dodge Viper now stickers for $84,995

It should not be hard to win over hearts and minds with a 645 bhp two seat sports car that was recently developed in a non-American fashion, but sales of the shouty, vulgar, and visceral Viper have been pretty short. Dodge announced that they will be offering what they argue is the lowest price ever […]

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Report: The Aston Martin DB9 and Vantage risks no longer being sold in US

Numerous reports hint Aston Martin is facing some troubles in the near future as the small British luxury sports car maker could be forced to stop selling its DB9 and Vantage in the US due to tightening government safety standards. In a nutshell, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is implementing new side-impact crash regulations […]

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