October 11 - 2007 Porsche 911 997 GT3 RS The Rennsport or RS 911 saga began in 1972, with the production of a mere 17 cars for homologation in production car racing. By 1973, the doors opened wide, and over 1500 RS 911s were built, with a 2.7 liter flat 6 replacing the stock car's 2.4 liter engine and gaining a 20 horsepower jump. The car weighed a mere 2370 lbs.
2007 Porsche 911 997 GT3 RS
October 11 - 2003 Porsche 911 996 GT3 RS The GT3 was the
most track oriented version of the naturally-aspirated 911, and the
GT3 RS was just a little more track-focused than the standard GT3.
Power was the same as the stock GT3 at 381 hp, but the suspension
has been given stiffer springs and dampers, and the weight has been
reduced thanks to a carbon fiber hood and rear wing.
2003 Porsche 911 996 GT3 RS
October 11 - 1973 Porsche 911 RS The high-revving
naturally aspirated GT3 RS features a number of improvements on the
GT3 to make it even more track-ready. It is 44 lbs lighter, thanks
to an adjustable carbon fiber wing, and a plastic rear lid and rear
window. Though power is the same as the GT3, a close ratio six speed
with a single mass flywheel shaves a second off of the 0-62 mph time
compared to the standard GT3. The body is also 44 mm wider in the
rear to accommodate a wider track for improved stability and grip.
1973 Porsche 911 RS
October 10 - 2016 McLaren 650S Can-Am McLaren got its start in 1966 and made its biggest mark in the early years, with dominance of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup, also known as the Can-Am series, from 1967 through 1971. The 650S Can-Am, limited to 50 copies, is a tribute to these successful race cars.
2016 McLaren 650S Can-Am
October 10 - 2015 McLaren 650S Le Mans The McLaren F1 was conceived of by designer Gordon Murray as the ultimate road car, without any thought given to racing. Nevertheless, a modified version managed to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in its first attempt back in 1995. To commemorate this impressive victory, McLaren is producing a limited edition version of their 650S.
2015 McLaren 650S Le Mans
October 8 - 2015 Zolland Design MG MGB Bo Zolland of Sweden's Zolland Design has completed the redesign of this custom version of a 1963 MGB.
It utilizes the 4.6 liter V8 engine and some chassis parts from a
2009 Ford Mustang GT donor car.
2015 Zolland Design MG MGB
October 8 - 2015 Brabus Tesla Model S Brabus has completed
a series of aerodynamic and interior enhancements for the Tesla
Model S. The starting point for modification was the P85D, which
already has a total of 762 hp (259 hp front motor, 503 hp rear
motor) and 713 lb-ft of torque
2015 Brabus Tesla Model S
October 8 - 2015 HPerformance Volkswagen Golf R32 HPerformance
has taken this MK4 Volkswagen Golf R32, a model series built from
2002-2005, and increased power in the 3.2 liter VR6 to a remarkable
2015 HPerformance Volkswagen Golf R32
October 7 - 2016 BMW M4 GTS This top of the line, 500 hp
variant of the M4 uses water injection and extensive weight saving
measures to create a track ready race car.
2016 BMW M4 GTS
October 6 - 2016 Porsche 911 Carrera & Targa 4 The AWD
cars benefit from the new turbocharged engines recently introduced
911 Carrera. In addition, the new AWD system is so efficient
that for the first time, it is quicker than the RWD equivalents from
2016 Porsche 911 Carrera & Targa 4
October 5 - 2015 TopCar Porsche Cayenne Vantage White A
new set of images of the Vantage aerodynamic package for the Porsche
Cayenne from TopCar.
2015 TopCar Porsche Cayenne Vantage White
October 4 - 2015 Mansory Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 The AMG 6x6 is already an eye-catcher, but Mansory raises the ante with considerable use of carbon fiber body parts. Raw carbon fiber is found on the front grille both upper and lower, as well as the large fender skirts, roof mount for lights, side trim strips, and side mirror covers. It is also found in enclosed headlights which feature a horizontal bar design echoing the grille.
2015 Mansory Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6
October 3 - 1989 Porsche 930 Turbo SE Flatnose This
particular car was sent to the Porsche tuner Ruf in Germany, and saw
a power increase from the stock 330 hp to a full 450 hp, a
formidable number for the day. By comparison, the contemporaneous
Porsche 959 supercar produced 441 hp.
1989 Porsche 930 Turbo SE Flatnose
October 1 - 2014 Vorsteiner Shift S3ctor Porsche 997 GT2 This Porsche GT2 from racing organization Shift S3ctor has been outfitted with Vorsteiner flow forged 104 wheels in Carbon Graphite. The front wheels are 20x9 concave, and the wider rear wheels are 20x12 deep concave.
2015 Vorsteiner Shift S3ctor Porsche 997 GT2
October 1 - 2015 Hyundai Vision G Coupe Concept This
latest concept from Hyundai, the fastback Vision G Coupe, is an
exercise in taut elegance. Built as a cooperative effort by Hyundai
design studios in North America, Asia, and Europe, the company says
that the concept will "inspire future premium products.
2015 Hyundai Vision G Coupe Concept
September 29 - 2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby Rolls-Royce has created this homage to the British sport of rugby, which got its start in the town of Rugby, Warwickshire in the 19th century. The car's English White reflects the white rugby shirts worn to this day at Rugby School. The red rose design, also appearing on the white shirt, appears on the Wraith's shoulder line, as well as on the seat headrests and door sill plate.
2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby
September 28 - 2015 fostla.de Audi RS3 Safety Car The
stock Audi, RS3 with 367 hp and a 0-60 mph time of 4.3 seconds, is
hardly a mild car. fostla.de took it to the next level in utilizing
chip tuning and performance parts like a BMC Racing filter and new
intercooler to bring power to 450 hp and drop the 0-60 mph time to
under 4 seconds. Visually, the car received a full white foil wrap,
overlaid with a black and green racing design.
2015 fostla.de Audi RS3 Safety Car
September 26 - 2015 Zolland Design Chevrolet C10 Bo
Zolland has created this modified variant of a 1969 Chevrolet C10
pickup. Power comes from a 502 cubic inch (8.2 liter) crate
Chevrolet big block. The body has seen extensive modifications, from
the obvious like lowering, to more subtle molding such as the
aerodynamic sloped hood.
2015 Zolland Design Chevrolet C10
September 24 - 2015 Ariel Atom 3S There are a few figures to keep in mind to fully understand the appeal of the Ariel Atom: 365 hp. 310 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds. And the one that makes them all possible: 1350 lbs. That gives a total power to weight ratio of (one last figure) 3.7 lbs per hp.
2015 Ariel Atom 3S
September 23 - 2015 Zolland Design Mercedes-Benz 230SL Bo
Zolland of Zolland Design is known for his retro style that often
creatively incorporates design themes from American custom car
culture. These images shown the design modifications made for a
client's 230SL. It will be powered by an AMG V8 from a C 63 AMG
donor. Body modifications include a lowered windshield, modified
grille, narrower bumpers, a more prominent hood bulge, and fender
2015 Zolland Design Mercedes-Benz 230SL
September 22 - 2015 Hperformance Audi TT RS Clubsport Hperformance
tuning from Heilbronn Germany has made the Audi inline-5 cylinder
their specialty. That expertise is on display here, where they
managed to obtain an extreme output of 204 hp per liter.
2015 Hperformance Audi TT RS Clubsport
September 22 - 2015 Loma Wheels Ferrari F12berlinetta This
F12berlinetta rides large Loma Stream Superlight Concave 21" wheels
up front and very large 22" wheels in the rear.
2015 Loma Wheels Ferrari F12berlinetta