Artist Marco van Overbeeke was curious to see what the new Ford GT would look like in some classic LeMans racing colors from the 60's.. so he went and did it. And it turned out AWESOME. With liveries from the 1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969 racing cars from all the different teams and drivers including J.W. Automotive, Deutsche Auto Zeitgeist, Claude Dubois, Holmaand & Moody, and even Shelby American. What a great way to pay respect to a classic race car.
Nissan unveiled its new small global crossover in Brazil called the Kicks. Set to be on sale later this year in Brazil, it will then come to over 80 global markets worldwide and also possibly North America. It promises best in class rear seating room and features a host of technologies like Around View Monitor and Moving Object Detection, which uses 4 cameras to give you a view of the car's surroundings and to warn the driver of any unseen hazards. The styling is also quite attractive for a car in this segment, and in my opinion, is the best interpretation of Nissan's new corporate look. Read on for the press release and wallpapers
Following the earlier release of the 718 Boxster, Porsche has followed it up with the new 718 Cayman. The new flat four 2.5L engine is the same in the Boxster S is again available in the Cayman S version and delivers 350hp, while the standard Cayman gets the 2.0L engine making 300hp. Revised chassis tuning gives the new car more even more cornering precision and lateral grip. With the new peformance upgrades, the car now features upgraded brakes to round out the package. Grab your Cayman for $53,900 or the S version for $66,300. Read on for the press release, video, and high res wallpapers
Still a masterpiece after all these years
The team from Caresto in Sweden have taken the Batmobile from the Arkham Knights game and made it a reality. Made for the 2016 Gumball 3000 Rally, it features the Lambo's 560hp V10 engine, the drivetrain, a full carbon fiber body, and an almost exact replica of the look of the Batmobile from the game. This isn't just a movie prop car either as the engineering team behind it come from Koenigsegg. Everything works and performs as it should. Even the wheel covers stay in place while the car is rolling! Is this the baddest Batmobile ever? YES.. definitely YES.
The Ford Ranger is coming back to the U.S. market in 2019. Car&Driver Magazine is reporting that the next generation of the Ranger will be coming back stateside in both a gas as well as diesel versions, and should start at around $25,000. With strong sales from GM's Colorado and Canyon models, and rumors of Jeep bringing a pickup truck to market, it sounds like Ford doesn't want to be left out in the cold. Add Toyota's massive sales of the Tacoma and it sounds like this move by Ford is a no brainer. With the return of the Ranger, could it also mean the return of the Bronco built on the same chassis? Read on for pictures of the CURRENT GENERATION Ford Ranger that is sold worldwide in over 180 countries except for U.S. and Canada.
This is incredible. The team at TMI literally build the entire car from scratch at their facility in Virginia. From raw tubing all the way up to the full car. And fully assembled by 1 person all the way through.
If you thought Lexus was already a tad overwrought with its front end treatment, well take a look at the new IS for 2017. Unveiled in China for the Beijing Auto Show, the new car now features massive air scoops next to the already massive front grill. The car gets a new wheel design, updated headlights, a widescreen multimedia display and other minor touches. The 3 engine choices remain unchanged. Read on for the Press Release and high res wallpapers.