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.
The VŪHL 05 is a Mexican supercar that uses a body made in Canada, Michelin tires and most likely Ford power. Expect lightweight construction and a debut at Goodwood next month.