BMW has built its last ever M3 Coupé – the fourth and final generation of a model which has defined the brand since 1986….
Speaking from my own personal experience, it takes more than a hike in brake horse power to justify a lofty price. Vauxhall would like…
Viper Stripes. I had them on a MINI, but they seem kitsch next to the ones on SRT’s Viper GTS Launch Edition Model, due to make its first official appearance at the renowned automotive events in Monterey, California this weekend.
How does a 575bhp, £147,500 Range Rover Sport grab you? Probably with considerably less traction than its all-wheel drive system is renowned for.
It’s sixty years since the first Porsche Club was founded in Germany, and to mark the occasion Porsche are producing a 911 so exclusive that only the most loyal of customers can own one.
The inaugural Cayenne GTS from 2008 was far more than the sum of its parts. Although just 20 bhp more powerful than the regular Cayenne S, it was arguably the most fun-to-drive SUV on sale at the time.
With a kerb weight of 1,920kg the new Panamera GTS is certainly no light-weight, but in every other respect Porsche have fettled their four-seater sports saloon to go harder, faster and deliver a more rewarding drive.
A new member of the M family has arrived on the scene, resplendent in its Frozen Polar Silver metallic paint finish. A new model, and a new name – CRT, which stands for Carbon Racing Technology.
It ‘really’ is another week, another Porsche – since this is the 3rd week in a row that the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer has launched a new product – this time its an all-wheel drive version of the 911 Carerra GTS which went on sale in two-wheel drive form last December.
At a private M Division gathering in Munich today, BMW has revealed a bevy of limited edition models including the one-off M3 Pick-up (see previous story) and a very special M3 Saloon that is said to make use of some parts from the track-focused M3 GTS.
Yesterday Mitsubishi used its Lancer Evolution Facebook page to tease a new concept for the Evo – called the AF-J. Posing the question, “The next Evo?”, they promised to reveal the full car on Facebook at 15:00 GMT today.
Well the hour has come and gone and you see before you the Evo in all its majesty… Well it is April 1st, so don’t worry, it might never happen.
If you’re around and about in the UK during the next few weeks, then you might possibly spot BMW’s 1 Series M Coupé on the roads near BMW’s Bracknell HQ. If not then stay tuned during the next few days for first glimpses of the undisguised new baby M-car, showing off its unique burnt orange paintwork regarding which Dr. Kay Segler, CEO of BMW M GmbH, stated last month “This paint will make history”.