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Wannabe automaker VÜHL cleared an industry hurdle at Goodwood when they racked up enough orders to greenlight production on the VÜHL 05. Mexican F1 driver Esteban Gutiérrez got behind the wheel to showcase the car's moves, and apparently was able to prove there's some substance behind the car's ostentatious styling.
Summer is the perfect season for running to the track for a quick jaunt, and if you've got the money and time there's no better way to kill a couple of hours. But if you're going to do it, which vehicle do you do it in? XCAR has you covered, with a comparison of three stripped-out supercars.
Mexico has been making other nations' cars like Volkswagens, Chevrolets and Nissans since forever and a day, but we don't tend to think of them as a manufacturer of homegrown cars. Now a new automaker is hoping to make a name for Mexico in the lightweight sports car game.