Mercedes didn't exactly have road use in mind when they designed the CLK GTR for the recently introduced FIA GT Championship, but in order to meet homologation standards for the series 25 cars were built for the street.
Considering the Bugatti Veyron in Super Sport trim stickered for a whopping $2.4 million and a mere 30 were made, it's not surprising there are a whole lot of people in the world who want one but don't have one. Sometimes this unfulfilled desire can push people to do pretty crazy things, like dressing up your older…
A purer driver's car than a straight-up Caterham? You jest. No, it's the Caterham Supersport, a streetable version of the spec racecar built for the Caterham Supersport Championship, third rung in the Caterham factory motorsports "ladder."
The 1,200-hp Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is not just the fastest production car in the world. It's also the orangest.
The end-of-the-line Bugatti Veyron Super Sport isn't just the ultimate Bugatti. With a top speed of 268 mph, the 1,200-hp übercar is now also the new fastest production car in the world.
The BMW 1-Series illustrates the gap between what enthusiasts want and what customers will buy. A modern 2002 tii was what we wanted, and BMW may be delivering exactly that in the next generation.
Chevrolet's reputed 650-horsepower 2009 Corvette's been called by enthusiasts the "Blue Devil," the "Super Sport," the "Mako Shark," the "Z07" and all sorts of other monikers — but according to Todd Lassa, Motor Trend's Motor City Blogman, the up-powered 2009 Corvette will be officially called "ZR1." It's a badge with