I'm a little mixed on certain color combinations of the Veyron, but the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse always looks good to me. The point of owning the world's fastest convertible eludes me, but watch this video a few times and tell me if for a brief moment it doesn't somehow make perfect sense.
The driver of this yellow Corvette Grand Sport alright after a late-night suspected drunk driving accident. And by "alright" we mean "all right," because she still lost her hand.
Zora Arkus-Duntov knew what he was doing. Proof? This 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Chassis 003 and it's 377 cubic-inch small block V8. Fed by four Weber carbs, it was said to produce 485 horsepower at 6000 RPM.
Mongoose Motorsports produces an unauthorized replica of the legendary 1963 Corvette Grand Sport. GM doesn't like that. They're suing the Ohio-based company for trademark and IP infringement claiming irreparable damage done to the Corvette brand and their bottom line.
This brand-new Corvette Grand Sport, spotted by a Corvette Forum member outside a dealership in his local town, has something wrong with it. Can you spot what's wrong?
The 2010 Corvette Grand Sport accelerates a touch faster than a normal 'Vette, handles and stops a little better than a regular Corvette, but GM's thinking 50% of sales will be the GS. Why? It's all about the parts list.
As 1.5 millionth Corvette comes off the assembly line, GM's announcing pricing on the sub-Z06, sorta-like-a-Z51 2010 Corvette Grand Sport coupe will start at $55,720 and the convertible will start at $59,530. New pictures of both below.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport debuted at the Pebble Beach Concours last weekend, and chassis number one was promptly auctioned off the following day by Gooding & Company for the obnoxious sum of $2.9 million. "Standard" pricing for the ultra-exclusive convertible is set at €1.4 million, or about $2 million, so a…
The Pebble Beach Concours is scheduled for tomorrow, but all the cars are taking their places already, including the debuting Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport. Here, the Veyron Grand Sport is seen running around in its underwear, hoping to avoid photography. Gee, wonder what it looks like? (Thanks to J.F. Musial for…
Maserati's honoring its 2005 FIA GT Manufacturer's Cup win with a limited-edition version of the GranSport — an homage to the company's $800,000 sports car, the MC12. Set to appear at the Geneva Motor Show, the Maserati GranSport "Sucka" MC Victory gets carbon fiber front and rear spoilers and side skirting that…