I can’t get over the awesome animation of this 308 in the Archer promo in the (perfect) style of Magnum P.I. And for comparison:
Porsche GTS trims tend to be S models with some additional hotness thrown in for good measure—in this case, performance goodies. So it’s nice, then, that Porsche just announced their new Macan GTS at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Remember when the Golf used to be called the Rabbit? Well, meet the Killer VW Rabbit of Caerbannog: twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive, 740hp, rip-your-head-clean-off insanity in the body of a 6th gen Golf. Run away! Run away! Somebody fetch me the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch!
Porsche is out with two new Cayennes, and like every model in its stable, there has to be at least a half-dozen variants. Minimum. So it's time to meet the Turbo-wannabe GTS and its base sibling, that – gasp! – no longer has a manual option.
It's so hard picking the right 911. You want – no, need – the GT3, but the angel on your shoulder (and your checking account) demands something a bit more reasonable. Porsche has four GTS models with your name on it, coupe or convertible, rear-wheel or all-wheel-drive, and banging off 0-60 runs in 3.8 seconds.
This is the new Panamera Turbo, and... no, really. This is the new Panamera Turbo, not the old one. They changed it, I swear. You just can't really see it unless you look close. See in that picture, they moved the license plate down and there's a new side skirt? Right, new, like I said. Some people don't like the…
In this editor's humble opinion, the GTS models are always the best versions of any Porsche. They're the cars the way enthusiasts would option them, sold at a reasonable cost. As part of the massive Porsche leak today we know the 2014 Boxster GTS and 2014 Cayman GTS will continue this tradition.
Welcome to Found Around Town, where we feature cars we find in a city where interesting ones are rare because everyone drives a Prius or rides a bicycle: Austin, Texas.
Toyota's "Doubting Thomas's" were back to their weird murmuring ways for 1985. This time however they traded their trench coats in for sport wear and Toyota had traded in the mundane 1984 Corolla for a vehicle that was actually capable of changing some minds.
It's a universal truth—anywhere there are exotic cars, there will be exotic car crashes. The Netherlands are certainly no different. The Dutch owner of this bright yellow Ferrari F355 GTS drove it into a brick house Friday night.
The Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 is roughly $500,000 of sexy. Just watch it lap EuroSpeedway Lausitz in Germany for twenty minutes and tell us it's not worth it.
Many purists consider the German-market BMW M3 CSL the pinnacle of the marque. Lightweight, powerful, purposeful. Its worth's been proven as the brand new, 450-hp, $170,000 BMW M3 GTS has bested it by merely two seconds 'round the Nürburgring.
The BMW M3 GTS is the fastest M3 ever with a spicier 450 hp V8, factory roll cage, functional aerodynamic upgrades, and retina-searing paint job. At $170,000 it's the ultimate ultimate driving machine. Here's everything you need to know.
Though the roll-caged BMW M3 GTS was unveiled way back in November, we've finally got stats: 444HP with a 0-to-62MPH time of 4.4 seconds. It's very orange and rear seats are for wimps. Check out the Nurburgring testing clip below.
Rallying, surfing, drifting, and more, all of it set to Oh My God the Suspense music and played in slow motion. It's Michael Bay flick meets Top Gear turned up to eleven. Thrill or bore? You be the judge.
An eccentric, failed French minivan-coupé first owned by a Brobdingnagian sumo champion is actually one of the greatest grand tourers ever made.