A fantastic blend of power, luxury, and practicality, this compact SUV has been blessed by AMG with a biturbo V6 that makes 362 hp and 384 lb-ft. of torque, launching you and up to 56.5 cubic feet of cargo from 0 to 60 in 4.8 seconds. Read our full review on 95octane.
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Sondors‘ newest affordable electric bicycle is great for urban commutes. It weighs 50lb, goes up to 20mph, and lasts up to 20mi when purely on electric power. A control panel lets you adjust the power delivery and monitor the battery, time and distance traveled.
Roborace is knee-deep in the development of cars for its fully-autonomous racing series, and they just dropped some amazing footage that shows one of their test cars running a lap of Berlin’s Formula E track. Top speed for the test lap was 124 mph, but their goal is 190 mph.
Neematic claims that its electric bicycle is both a dirt bike and a mountain bike. The FR/1 has a lightweight frame that incorporates the 20kW motor for a responsive and stable ride. It goes up to a ridiculously fast 62 mph and lasts as much as 62 miles per charge.
Toyota says goodbye to boring with its sporty new Camry variant, which looks awesome in white with a black roof and red leather interior. Its new chassis and suspension handle great, and the V6 version cranks out 301 hp and 267 lb-ft. of torque. Full review on 95octane.
Like its coupe brother, the 570S Spyder packs a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 that sends 562 hp to the rear wheels. The retractable hardtop variant gains very little weight, stays just as rigid, and still does 0 to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds, and hits 204mph (top up) or 196mph (top down).
In Ukiah, California, there’s a sixth-scale train set quietly ambling over a vineyard. But it’s no mere toy. It’s a proof-of-concept for Flight Rail’s Vectorr – a rail system that uses vacuum to push or pull a magnetic carriage, which in turn takes the train above with it.
We spent a day at The Range Complex getting to know some our country’s finest, veterans of the U.S. Army’s elite Delta Force unit. We were given just a taste of how they train, and how their Tahoes and Suburbans provide the ideal transportation for their dangerous missions.
Jaguar’s performance luxury wagon comes to the US. Only now, it’s got an aluminum body, 50/50 weight balance, and a supercharged 380 hp V6 that launches it to 60 mph in 5.3s. It holds up to 69.7 cu. ft. of cargo, and has an air suspension for stability even with a load.
A scooter with the easy balance and shock-handling properties of fat tires, and the torque and efficiency of an electric drivetrain. Offers 30 to 50 mi range, a top speed of 20mph, and climbs up to 30º. Pre-orders get $500 off + free shipping til 6/30/17 w/code AWESOME500.
Zero Motorcycles‘ new bike has a 6.5KWh battery – half the capacity of its DS model, making it 94lb lighter and $3,000 cheaper than its big brother. The smaller battery also means extra storage compartments. It has 37hp, 70lbft of torque, and lasts up to 67mi per charge.
A very special limited edition of what is already a very special sports car. Porsche is making just 500 of this model, which packs a turbocharged flat-6 with 607 hp, wrapped in a Golden Yellow metallic shell, with carbon fiber aero, black tailpipes, and other exclusive upgrades.
For Pebble Beach 2017, Gooding & Company has a pair of amazing classic Mercedes on the block. This 300SL Gullwing and Roadster have been owned by one family, are unrestored, and fully driveable. The Gullwing is the only one ever factory painted in British Racing Green.
After you wolf down your requisite dose of fried dough and sugar today, sit back and enjoy some donuts of the automotive variety, courtesy of pro driver RJ Anderson, as he spins circles on his BFGoodrich® Tires. As Anderson proves, the best donuts are the ones you make yourself.
DriveWithDave spent an afternoon with the Maserati Sebring, a car that made Jeremy Clarkson’s all time top 100 list. Luxurious, stylish, only 348 were built, and the Sebring has a direct connection with such historic names as Stirling Moss and Juan Manuel Fangio.