Ford Mustang: World’s Best-Selling Sports Car in Early 2015
Production Begins on Right-Hand-Drive Model
Ford | August 8, 2015
- Mustang is the world’s best-selling sports car in the first half of 2015, according to IHS Automotive global registration data
- Global Mustang momentum continues...
All-New 2015 BMW X6 Sports Crossover Leaked
What appear to be official images of the all-new, second generation BMW X6 surfaced online this morning, prior to the sports crossover's world premiere.
The new X6 has a more muscular and less rounded exterior appearance than the current model...
Porsche mulling all-electric sports car
Porsche has confirmed it is seriously considering launching an all-electric sports car in the medium-term future.
"We're constantly developing EV technology," explained CEO Matthias Müller in an interview with German magazine Auto, Motor und Sport...
This is the best Nissan in the past 5 years. Looks very good in concept form. If you tone down a bit the exterior style, you have an excelent and innovative new Maxima.
There are some brilliant ideas in the design department in this concept: the full glass roof, the coupe profile, the extrange...
Kia to unveil "stunning" sports car concept in Detroit
Kia has announced plans to unveil a new 2+2 sports car concept at the upcoming North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Kia is keeping details of the project a secret until the start of the Detroit show, but the Korean automaker...
Mustang based Lincoln Super Sports Car?
Image via Road&Track
Could it be that Lincoln may be looking to enter the super sports car arena with a Mustang based Lincoln super sports car?
Lincoln needs a halo vehicle to help move it 'higher' into the luxury segment. MB did this with the $100k SL...
By: Paul McVeigh
June 29, 2012
technology, powertrain electrification and lightweight technologies.
BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer and Toyota President Akio Toyoda signed an initial agreement at BMW's Munich headquarters to expand long-term strategic collaboration between the two...
By Drew Phillips
Apr 17th 2012
With the debut of its audacious 1000 horsepower GT500 at the New York Auto Show earlier this month, you might be wondering what direction Shelby will be headed in the future. After all, they can't just keep adding more horsepower to the Mustang. Can...
New Honda Small Sports EV Concept Heads to Tokyo Motor Show
NOVEMBER 10, 2011
It ain't the NSX replacement that many were expecting to see at this year's edition of the Tokyo Motor Show, but it is a sports cars - albeit one in a small package and with a pure electric drivetrain.
Jaguar Shows Frankfurt-Bound C-X16 "Production Concept" Sports Car
AUGUST 16, 2011
This is the first official image or rather sketch of the all-new Jaguar C-X16 study which will make its world premiere at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show on September 13.
The British automaker describes...
Lincoln Considering Mid-Engine Sports Car
By Drew Johnson
May 24th, 2011
Just as certain as sales are dropping, Ford needs to better differentiate its premium Lincoln offerings from its lesser Ford-badged vehicles. Ford says changes are on the way with seven new models over the next three...
Say what? Spyker Cars to sell sports car division, focus on Saab
By Mark Kleis
Feb 24th, 2011
Saab exists because of the niche sportscar maker Spyker and its decision to buy the otherwise dead automaker from General Motors, but in an interesting turn, the company that operates both Spyker...
Why a $30,500 Ford Mustang Beats $150,000 European Sports Cars
By Jason H. Harper
Jul 8, 2010 12:01 AM ET
I have a $150,000 sports car in my parking garage, a handcrafted machine produced overseas in limited numbers. Next to it, I have a U.S.-made Ford Mustang GT, armadas of which...
SSC: new fastest car in the world?
By: Paul Horrell
Want to know what 1,200 horsepower feels like? In a car that weighs a third less than a Bugatti Veyron? It's violent, bonkers, near malicious. A crush on your body, a blur on your vision. As magnetic and sinister as peering...
This horribly mutilated STI shows that development continues on the joint Toyota/Subaru sports coupe.Sports-car loving Toyota president and CEO Akio Toyoda is committed to producing a Lexus LFA for the masses—or at least some kind of affordable rear-drive sports car—possibly as early as late...