Ford Performance has revealed its latest factory-prepared customer race car. The Shelby FP350S, which isn't street legal, will be eligible to compete in NASA, SCCA and Trans Am championships.
Customer race teams will soon have another car available to them that meets GT4 regulations. That's because Mercedes-AMG has just become the latest manufacturer to join the fray.
Next year's FIA Word Rally Championship will see the introduction of new technical regulations. They're primarily intended to make the cars look more dramatic, but aerodynamics should also benefit.
Following a first round of voting, seven nominees for the 2017 European Car of the Year award have been named. They comprise a diverse group, but none are especially exciting or innovative.
Mini's latest cross-country rally car is simply called the John Cooper Works Rally. Developed in conjunction with X-raid, it's primary task will be to beat Peugeot (and every other challenger) in the 2017 Dakar Rally.
Chevrolet's latest Colorado variant is intended for serious all-terrain use. The ZR2 mid-size pick-up, which has been unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show, boasts numerous modifications to help achieve that goal.
If a regular S-Class drop-top isn't glitzy or exclusive enough, then the new Mercedes-Maybach S 650 Cabriolet could provide a solution. However, anybody wanting to place an order had better act quickly, because just 300 examples are going to be built.
Jurors have chosen the finalists for the 2017 North American Car of the Year, Truck of the Year and Utility Vehicle of the Year awards. Yes, there are now three prizes, because organisers sensibly decided to split the previous Truck / Utility of the Year category.
Husqvarna is well-known for manufacturing enduro and motocross motorcycles. Now, though, the Austrian-based firm is extending its road-going range with the Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401, which have been revealed at the EICMA show in Milan.
Although the updated 2017 Cross Up! retains a somewhat rugged look, most examples are unlikely to ever venture over rough terrain. Nevertheless, its additional features could still prove very useful for ordinary urban driving.
Ford Performance has unveiled its Mustang GT4 at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas. The new race car, which is being aimed at customer teams around the world, will be eligible to compete in various championships such as the GT4 European Series.