A 681 horsepower V12, four-wheel steering, a more aerodynamic body and a historic name. In short, that’s Ferrari’s all-wheel drive offering for 2017. Forget the Ferrari FF, it’s called the GTC4 Lusso now.
There isn’t much to know about the new Pagani Huayra BC just yet, but a few shots posted—and some now deleted—from this weekend might have just leaked its new looks over a month in advance.
Lamborghini is set to debut a limited run model at the Geneva Motor Show to celebrate founder/Enzo Ferrari nemesis Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday. The car will reportedly retail for $1.2M, but won’t be based on a unique platform, according to Pistonhead’s interview with CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
Bugatti confirmed that the Veyron’s successor will indeed be named after works racing driver Louis Chiron, with the car debuting at the Geneva Motor Show on the 29th of February.
When I was a kid, turbocharging ruled. The aim in life was to elongate the point between request and delivery, to worship at the altar of lag and to ensure that when the goods arrived they did as much damage to tires and supposed ‘handling’ as possible. By eliminating lag have we not eliminated what makes turbos fun?
While I believe there's nothing wrong with the looks of a Ferrari F12, even your most annoying neighbor can have one in exchange for about $320,000. That's not the case with Touring Superleggera's brand new Berlinetta Lusso.
This year's Geneva show was one of contrition for your vertically challenged, vaguely brown UK correspondent. I had cause to come face-to-face with two people I felt wouldn't be too happy to see me. The first was the boss of Porsche's Weissach nerve-centre, Wolfgang Hatz, and the other was Christian Von Koenigsegg.
While I was running around like a headless chicken at the Geneva Motor Show to bring you as much news as I can, photographer Daniele Madia took his time and grabbed his macro lens to create something for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
I sat down with Lamborghini's Head of Research and Development Maurizio Reggiani in Geneva to talk about V12s, SUVs, Audi R8s and the magnificent Asterion Concept from last year. And it seems like the Asterion is nowhere near the top of the list for Lamborghini to build.
Most Porsche 911s are fast. Some are faster than others, but generally fast is the entire point. But none are as hardcore, as purpose-driven, as racing-focused as the RS models, like the new 2016 911 GT3 RS that just debuted at the Geneva Motor Show.
The 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS has a 4.0 with 500 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque, a lighter body and a top speed of 198 mph. The 2016 Ruf RGT has a 4.2 with 525 horsepower and 369 lb-ft, a lighter body, and a top speed of 200 mph. Plus a manual, and the widest rear tires Michelin makes.
The Flying Huntsman 6x6 might look like bit of a joke, but under that gaudy exterior is a military-grade chassis coated in massive amounts of armor. This is a thing you most definitely want when you venture out into the barren hellscape of a world gone mad. Or Jersey.
On Tuesday, the new Ford GT was advertised as La Ford at the Geneva Motor Show. Today, it wasn't anymore.
Instead of a comeback car, Borgward only had a classic Isabella Coupe on its massive stand at Geneva to remind us all how long it's been since they disappeared. We'll have to wait until September when they reveal their (most likely electrified) SUV at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
In most cases, it's pretty hard to digest what Mansory does to cars, but this camouflaged carbon fiber G 63 AMG with the feathers and the falcons is a big fat high five.
Would you like a carbon fiber snow plow with that? Would you like to lose your legs because of an Austrian molly dealer?
This is the new, sort of limited-edition Audi R8 E-Tron. It has a promised range of 280 miles, but not many vents. Except for a significant one.
The Geneva Motor Show is the high-end motor show that brings out some of Europe's best and strangest cars. Below are all the most interesting stories from the show yesterday.