Porsche America officially opened its new $100 million Porsche Experience Center (PEC) and headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. This 27-acre state of the art complex is the largest investment outside Germany for the sports car manufacturer. Porsche’s brand new facility is complete with a driver development track, restoration center, classic car gallery, human performance center and driving simulator lab. It also features a 1.6 miles of high-speed courses, an off-road area, museum worthy vintage cars, and a place for buyers to customize their rides. The business center features 13,000 square feet of conference and events space and a fine dining restaurant. The HQ has been specifically designed as a destination for the public, including automotive enthusiasts and Porsche customers.
The Germans from Startech will unveil at the Shanghai Auto Show the first pick-up conversion of a Range Rover Vogue. This will not be a limited edition and will be mostly sold in the Asian market. The result is a car that’s clearly one of the most exclusive in the segment. Despite it’s utility looks, the Range Rover Pick-up offers tons of power with 526 bhp from its 5.0 liter supercharged V8 engine. The sprint to 60 mph takes 5.3 seconds and the top speed … continue reading
Although Ferrari builds more cars in one month than Koenigsegg built in its entire lifespan, the Swedish producer doesn’t lack headline coverage. Uncovered at the Geneva Motorshow, 2016 Koenigsegg Regera is the Hypercar of the moment. This plug in hybrid crushes the souls of competitors from each and every angle: shape, power, style, speed.
Filled with numerous sharp edges and alien-like angles, the Sbarro Eight hotrod concept resulted from the third collaboration between the Orange group and Sbarro automotive manufacturer. There were two projects undertaken by the students of ESPERA Sbarro Montbéliard. First, there is the fully electric car called Intencity that didn’t quite please engine-savyy guys, and the Eight concept that we are talking about now.
When it comes to vintage machines, a steam locomotive or an WWI Airco DH 1 plane might not be too easy to acquire and maintain. Fortunately, car enthusiasts have an easier job in finding a classic piece of automotive engineering and restore it. This is why it is not something out of the ordinary to spot a reconditioned 1969 Chevrolet Camarro SS, resting in a garage or being driven to a local autoshow.
Do you know what’s great for dashing through the snow? A tank! Yes, that’s right; you can’t get stuck with a tank either in snow or mud, thanks to its tracks. Well, we’re not sure you can buy a tank too soon, but the Dominator Track system could really improve your outdoor adventures in the snowy season. Based on Chassell Area, Upper Michigan, American Track Truck is a project started by a few friends that now escalated to a world level business. It … continue reading
Hey speedsters, are you curious to find out what kind of cars will hit the roads in the future? What are the big car makers planning? Surely they have lots of goodies in store! Year after year they launch concept models which look as if they escaped from a Sci-Fi movie! With a radical (and often aerodynamic) design, cutting-edge engine, outrageous accessories, special features and more – concept cars are the materialization of your wildest dreams! You’re anxious, I know! That’s why we have … continue reading
The name Mini usually points towards something small and classy, but the British automaker is diversifying its products by always testing the limits of the auto category. In this very same situation resides the new 5-door Mini for which the 4 meters in length do not account for a big car, but slightly bigger than a Mini should be.