Jaguar’s sport sedan gets a major dose of power, with a 5.0L supercharged V8 making 592 hp, with increased airflow to feed that hungry engine, lots of aero upgrades, and more goodies that we don’t know about yet. Just 300 will be made, and full specs drop on 6/28/17.
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Shelby’s latest truck starts out as a Ford F-150, but is made oh-so-special with the addition of a 5.0-liter supercharged V8, packing 750 horsepower, plus sporty ground effects, 22″ chrome wheels, and of course, racing stripes, because they make everything faster.
One of the cooler LEGO Technic kits out there is the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. It’s simply stunning. But that didn’t stop the guys from c’t Magazine from taking theirs and smashing it into a wall, with the help of the German automotive safety group ADAC and their crash test facility.
If your car has lost some of its get up and go since it rolled off the showroom floor, you owe it to yourself to buy a bottle of this amazing restorative product from STP. We recently started using STP Ultra 5-in-1 Fuel System Cleaner in our cars, and it really works wonders.
The famed Stratos DNA can be had for a fraction of the price in the Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato. Renowned design house Zagato streamlined the tame Fulvia, shaping it into a sporty road machine. Drive with Dave checks out this quirky and rarely seen Italian coupe.
This has got to be one of the most awesome moving sculptures we’ve seen. It uses thousands of aluminum pistons to replicate a moving car and other images at the Hyundai Motorstudio in Goyang, Korea. The installation was designed by Easywith for Atelier Brückner.
Austin Healeys are affordable, yet collectible British sports cars. The Austin Healey 3000, race prepped, was said to give Ferrari 250 SWB drivers fits, with great road holding ability and gobs of torque. Drive With Dave enjoyed an afternoon with the 6 cylinder “Big Healey”.
It’s something we’ve been waiting for ever since the reveal of the Ford GT back in 2015: a hands-on driving review of the American supercar. Tim Stevens from Roadshow was one of the lucky few to get some wheel time, and it looks like a beast on the track. But is it as good on the road?
We’re in love with the Moraine Blue paint on this special edition of Land Rover’s sleek SUV. It also gets unique 19″ dark gloss wheels, a grey panoramic roof, and a sporty body kit. Inside, there are dark grey accents, and Ebony leather seats with Light Lunar stitching.
Our friends at DriveWithDave spent an afternoon with the new Lotus Evora 400, the fastest Lotus road car ever. A supercharged 3.5 liter V6 packs 400 horses, and the car sprints from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds with a 186 mph top end. Plus, it’s got an incredible exhaust note.
Designed as a more fuel efficient, reduced maintenance truck for fleets, the W-15 packs impressive specs. Its AWD electric drivetrain pushes out 460hp, and can go 0-to-60 in 5.5s. Pure-electric range is just 80 miles, but its gas engine can generate power for up to 310 miles.
The legendary British racer is back as a street legal car. So faithful is Lister to its manufacturing process that the chassis numbers on the new Knobblys simply count up from the original batch. Available with either a 3.8L 6-cylinder or a Corvette V8 engine.
While sitting in traffic one day, Elon Musk had a crazy/brilliant idea – to build a network of underground tunnels which would rocket cars between destinations. A recent concept video envisions cars descending via street elevators, and zooming around on autonomous sleds.
Lift the engine cover of this 1973 Porsche 911S, and there it is, a Tesla Model S power system in this vintage sports car. DriveWithDave met up with its builder Zelectric to scoot around town, the steep hills of San Diego flattened by the massive torque of the electric drivetrain.
In 1914, Ernest Shackleton and team set out to cross Antarctica by boat. They ran into ice, and were stranded for 634 days. He helped save his entire crew, but never finished his mission. 100 years later, his great-grandson completed the task in a tricked-out Hyundai Sante Fe.
Based on a similar, but simpler design to their airless car tire concept, Bridgestone is showing off a bike wheel and tire combo which use a series of flexible thermoplastic spokes to absorb shocks and can never go flat. They hope to put them into production by 2019.