The all-new second generation 2022 Subaru BRZ has been redesigned, inside and out. Under the hood is a new inline 4-cylinder naturally aspirated, direct and port-injected 2.4-litre horizontally-opposed boxer engine, up from 2.0 litres in the outgoing BRZ.
For more than half a century, Porsche has methodically fine-tuned its iconic 911 resulting in one of the most refined sports cars on the road today.
There are legions of dedicated fans of the first four generations of the Toyota Supra, which were built from 1978 through 2002.
Hyundai made a big splash with the launch of their N version of the Veloster at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The 2020 718 Spyder, and Cayman GT4, are powered by 4.0 litre flat six engines that redline at 8,000 rpm.
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 drivers Kimi Räikkönen and Antonio Giovinazzi participated in a day of real-world tests of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA and GTAm
35 years after the launch of the first BMW M3, 2021 will see the arrival of the sixth generation M3 sedan and M4 coupe.
The new Nissan Z Proto provides Z enthusiasts with a very accurate glimpse of what the next next generation sports car will look like.
The MC20 is Maserati’s first supercar since their iconic MC12 went out of production 15 years ago. The MC20, MC stands for Maserati Corse, Core being Italian for Racing, and 20 for the year 2020, is 100% ‘Made in Modena’ and 100% ‘Made in Italy’ according to Maserati. The production launch is scheduled for the end of 2020.
Aston Martin is celebrating the upcoming November release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die, with two 007 special editions inspired by the cars featured in the film. Four classic, current and future Aston Martin’s appear in the film including a DB5, V8, DBS Superleggera and their upcoming mid engine hypercar, the Valhalla. The Vantage 007 Edition pays homage to The Living Daylights Aston Martin V8, and the DBS Superleggera 007 Edition showcases No Time To Die specs.