Ferrari knows that hybrid engines have a future in its company; it’s just that we shouldn’t expect it to happen anytime soon.
Supercars boasting incredible horsepower aren’t anything new in the auto industry. But that’s what Trion Supercars is promising with the Nemesis, an exotic that’s promising returns of unimaginable proportions to the tune of 2,000 horsepower.
With its limited numbers and huge power output, the Koenigsegg One:1 will become an almost immediate legend in the supercar world.
Jaguar unveiled the C-X75 Concept car at the 2010 Paris Auto Show to show everyone that they had plenty of potential left to uncover as an automaker.
The SRT Viper is sliding into 2014 on a plume of tire smoke and V-10 rumble: sure of victory over the new Corvette in its launch specification.
Besides being visually arresting in standard Agera form, the R version turns it up a notch.
Rather than calling it the “Corvette,” Chevy boldly calls it the “New Corvette.”Calling it “New” is absolutely correct, as everything on the car is brand
The future NSX will be positioned as a high-performance counterpart to the two-seat Honda CR-Z sporty hybrid. The NSX will feature a body composed of carbon fiber panels over an all-aluminum unit body frame.
If you could only ever own one bike, the Fazer8 would be top of the list. This bike is rammed full with advanced R-series technology.
Believe it or not, the Bloodhound SSC is technically a car . Sure, it is powered by a jet engine and a rocket and uses its V-8 gasoline engine only as an auxiliary power unit, but it does have four wheels and requires a driver to function.
Porsche did it. McLaren did it. Even the previously stubborn Ferrari did it. Now it appears that Bugatti is also considering doing it.
In the S 1000 RR, BMW present the most enhanced, dynamic and adrenaline fuelled motorcycle in the range.