No need for any superfluous intro, so here goes: the new BMW M3 and M4 will produce 430bhp and peak torque far in excess of 500 Nm, whilst weighing in at under 1500kg.
When we first drove the new Porsche Turbo S, it was literally too fast for our eyes. The way the four-wheel-drive, four-wheel-steer monster put down 553bhp and a ludicrous 553 torques and proceeded to shoot us towards the horizon made us momentarily blind. Well now, that slightly scary, yet addictive sensation can now be done without a roof over your head. Say hello to the new Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S.
This Porsche 911 was racing in the Dutch Rally Hellendoorn in Aadrop over the weekend, and had a bit of an off...
As the first model designed with significant input from all of the Caterham Group’s specialist business arms, the AeroSeven Concept signals the brand’s intentions in terms of product engineering processes, speed to market, as well as a hint to its styling direction for future models, including the all-new sportscar being developed in conjunction with Renault and due for release in early 2016.
The AeroSeven Concept, which draws heavily on methods used by the F1 team, will be the first ever Caterham model to be fitted with traction control. Thanks to a newly developed Caterham Engine Management System, drivers will be able to enjoy fully-adjustable traction and launch control functionality.
Take a close look at the Vauxhall Monza concept. Not hard, really, when it looks so pretty, but look closely because this concept previews the next wave of the company's design language.
You can only stand back and salute, or perhaps cower in fear and pledge immediate allegiance. Meet the 6x6 Brabus G63S: a six-wheel-drive 700bhp Mercedes.
We knew that the Porsche 918 Spyder was going to be shown in final production form here at Frankfurt. After all it goes into production next Wednesday, 18 September (9/18 in the German way of expressing dates. Geddit?) And we knew pretty much what that would look like, and the specs. But there was still a surprise. A rather significant and hugely memorable one.
The Japanese company was one of the first to nail the crossover sector when it first launched the X-Trail back in 2000, and it used to emphasise how good the car was off-road. But the sector has since changed, buyers no longer need a car with the potential to head up the Himalayas, so now Nissan is concentrating on offering better on-road performance and improved economy.