BMW’s latest X5 M and X6 M promise better performance and greater efficiency than their predecessors.
Cartel Customs has collaborated with Scion to build a unique FR-S for this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association show. Called the T1, it features a removable targa top and a rather retro louvre panel over the rear window.
Apparently pick-ups account for 75% of the South American light commercial vehicle market. So Renault’s decision to convert the Duster SUV into a truck makes a lot of sense (even if it’s just a concept for now).
A pair of wire-spoke wheels with forged hubs and a red anodised finish for the Marzocchi upside-down front fork offer visual hints that the new RR is more special than a regular Brutale 800 Dragster.
Plenty of tuning firms will be taking a modified 2015 Mustang to next month’s Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas. In fact, Ford is planning to have over a dozen examples on its stand alone.
Renault’s new Renaultsport R.S. 01 race car has completed its first laps in public. The appearance took place last weekend at Jerez, during the final World Series by Renault meeting of 2014.
Next year’s British Touring Car Championship is going to include yet another manufacturer. Infiniti has announced a two-car team, which will use the rear-wheel drive Q50 saloon.
Car manufacturers often resort to cobbling together special editions to eke out a few more sales from models that are facing extinction. Nowadays though, the tactic is increasingly being applied to brand new products too. Mercedes-Benz’s Edition 1 variants are a very good example of the practice.
Interbrand has published the Best 100 Brands list for 2014. Created using a bespoke valuation methodology, it features fourteen automotive marques.