Ferrari turns 70 next year, and to celebrate, the company will offer 350 special edition cars— five different vehicles painted in 70 liveries dedicated to the most famous Ferrari drivers in history. Here are a couple of those liveries.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Porsche is #525 out of 911 (isn’t that clever?) special edition “911s for the New Millennium.” It may have been the 911 for the new century, but is it’s current price a throwback to Porsche’s past?
In honor of the BMW M3's 30th anniversary, the Bavarians will build 500 “30 Jahre M3” (which is German for “30 Years M3”) special edition sedans at over $83,000 a piece. The cars get a bump to 444 horsepower, decorative bits, some pseudo-retro wheels and the resurrection of “Macao Blue,” possibly the greatest BMW…
The internet loves to dump on automakers shilling dress-up kits for cars as special editions, but I’m telling you Chevy is laughing all the way to the bank with this. Why not offer more stickers and steel bars at the dealership? Plus this camo is way sexy.
Many many years ago, before you were even born, my dad asked me to “bring a tape down to the car” because he wanted to “show me something cool.”
Hey there, tubular teens! Jeep knows the 1990s are back, so they’re bringing us this COOL purple-and-pink Jeep Wrangler! Whoomp, there it is!
Special Editions of the 2016 Toyota Corolla and its big brother the Camry have just dropped at the Chicago Auto Show. They come in bright colors with matched interior accents, and a subtle "SPORT" button on the dash to unlock "more aggressive driving dynamics." So, youths, are you in?!
Aiming for the top of the poseur shopping list, Mercedes-Benz announced that they will be making nineteen SL 63 AMG World Championship Collector's Edition cars, one for each track on the Formula One calendar.
It looks like an "Opening Edition" of the 2015 Jeep Renegade2015 Jeep Renegade will be available, at least early on in the little SUV's production run. A silver grille and orange interior plastic seem to be the most obvious attributes that make it "special," your speculation is welcome on what else it might get.
Back in 2006, I was a weird kid. That's why the special Volvo Ocean Race Editions of their cars somehow interested me. Hey, it was an XC70 with a ridiculous navy blue interior bits, which was odd at the time. But the Volvo V60 comes with a map of the world print, so the weirdness continues.
Mini's special edition cars have always been a little silly, but they have a huge parts bin to rummage around in for accessories. However they look, they are actually different. Now they're trying to make their next special car more, um, special, by asking you all which one they should build 56 of.
Special editions of cars can be fun, and they're not a bad way to relatively cheaply target a car at a very specific market. Which I imagine is what Fiat had in mind when they teamed up with perfumer Guerlain to build the La Petit Robe Noire edition Fiat 500. Of course, this one is likely targeted at men in rural…
This is a Mitsubishi Evo VI "Tommi Mäkinen Edition." It featured a different front bumper, red/black Recaro seats, 17" Enkei white wheels, a leather Momo steering wheel and shift knob, a titanium turbine that spooled up more quickly, front upper strut brace, lowered ride height and a quicker steering ratio.
Lincoln is not the only brand to make use of designer labels to make certain models seem more special or tasteful or sale-able. But it’s still surprising (maybe a little disappointing) that they decided to be very unimaginative when they announced their new “designer” trim level of the new-for-2013 MKZ sedan.
While Hurricane Irene has brought a world of hurt to the eastern seaboard this past weekend, not all storms are as disastrous nor expensive. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender is a Cyclone named Cale, and while it's more NASCAR than FEMA, will its price rain on your parade?