Tag Archives: Supercars

Report: Mercedes-AMG’s boss still says no to hypercar

Motoring got a chance to chat recently with Mercedes-AMG’s boss, Tobias Moers, who once again confirmed that Mercedes-AMG still has no plans for a “hypercar” or a supercar anytime soon. “Maybe in the future, yes, but not in the next five, six, eight years.” As usual, the car would need to be presented with a […]

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Report: Porsche working on a new 911 GT2 RS?

AutoCar in the UK heard that Porsche may be preparing a GT2 RS edition of their latest 911. Word comes from Porsche’s manager for high performance cars, Andreas Preuninger, who also said that the car’s projected to arrive sometime in 2018. Porsche’s apparently establishing a separate branch handle all of the automaker’s GT-badged variants, due […]

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Report: Aston Martin to adopt turbochargers for its next DB9

Aston Martin’s in the midst of giving their lineup and entirely and much-needed makeover. And part of these plans include adopting forced-induction technology to help improve fuel economy without sacrificing power. That said, CAR reports Aston Martin should be adopting turbochargers for its next DB9 replacement, which could be called the DB11. The plan is to stick […]

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Video: Get a preview of the Ford GT’s interior

The Ford GT is undoubtedly a big story and still is, even after being revealed at the Detroit Auto Show in January. But until now, what remained a mystery was the interior and what it could look like. Click here for more news on the Ford GT. But now, Ford revealed a teaser video that […]

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You’ll need $493,069 US to acquire a Lamborghini Aventador SV in the US

Lamborghini has officially announced the price of the all-new Aventador SV in the US, which requires $493,069 of your hard-earned cash in order to get one in your driveway. The Aventador SV is a more intense version of the automaker’s flagship, offering 50 more hp while weighing 50kg less than the standard Aventador. The body also […]

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Report: Ferrari’s issuing a service bulletin for fuel tank issues on the LaFerrari

Dutch publication AutoBlog.nl originally reported that Ferrari was issuing a recall for all 499 units of the LaFerrari over fire risk concerns with the fuel tank. This doesn’t at all seem out of character for Ferrari, an Italian automaker–and we all know Italian cars tend to spontaneously combust or catch fire, it’s just the nature of […]

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Report: Koenigsegg might have a new mega-four-door up their sleeve

It’s a common dilemma we’ve all been through at one time or another. You want the latest, greatest Koenigsegg hypercar, but the one-passenger restriction and thunderous hellfire emanating from the twin-turbo V8 strapped to your backside just doesn’t fit with your active, social lifestyle. It’s ok, we’ve all been there. Luckily, the creator of all […]

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Report: Ford’s new GT to sport a $400k price tag

CARandDRIVER reportedly heard that Ford’s new GT, which should launch as a 2017 model, might require $400,000 as the price of admission to the keys and title. The Ford GT took the spotlight as the best reveal for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show in January. Click here for our original post on the Ford GT. […]

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2015 Geneva: The Koenigsegg Regera with 1,500hp goes live

Koenigsegg finally revealed their all new “megacar.” Meet the Regera, complete with 1,500hp worth of plug-in hybrid. Yup, you read correctly, Koenigsegg’s new baby is a plug-in hybrid, just like the LaFerrari, Porsche 918, and the McLaren P1. Gas propulsion still comes thanks to a 5.0L twin-turbocharged V8, which is still lifted from the Agera. […]

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2015 Geneva: The Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV is a more powerful and lighter version

Lamborghini spilled the beans with their latest reveal: the all-new Aventador SV. Basically a more powerful and lighter variant to the Aventador, the 750-4 SV features 740hp and 509 lb-ft of twist from its massaged V12 for a 0-62 time of just 2.8 seconds while 124 mph takes only 8.6 seconds. And the top sprint? […]

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