January 21 - 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel The Rebel is an off-road style package for the Ram 1500, with numerous aesthetic and mechanical changes engineered to create a world-class on and off-road vehicle.
2015 Ram 1500 Rebel
January 21 - 2016 Nissan Titan XD The Titan XD is Nissan's new entry in the full-size pickup segment. Power comes from 5 liter Cummins Turbo Diesel DOHC
V8 producing 555 hp.
2016 Nissan Titan XD
January 18 - 2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS Porsche
celebrates the 50th anniversary of their 911 Targa model by making
it available in the more powerful GTS version. The 4 GTS offers AWD
with a 430 hp flat-6. To put that in perspective, this naturally
aspirated motor is producing more horsepower than the Porsche 996
Turbo from 2004. Despite the additional 30 hp, fuel economy of the 4
GTS is identical with that of the 911 Targa 4S.
2015 Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS
January 18 - 2015 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S Porsche
has debuted a revamped version of their Cayenne Turbo S, the
flagship model in the Cayenne line. Improvements for 2015 include a
4.8 liter that has been massaged to produce 570 hp and 590 lb-ft of
torque, an improvement of 20 hp and 37 lb-ft over the previous
engine. This performance is one of the factors that improves
acceleration times from 4.5 seconds down to 4.1 for the run from
0-62 mph. Another improvement is the use of integral turbochargers
which are now housed directly in the exhaust manifolds. They offer
more instantaneous response as well as improving combustion.
2015 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S
January 15 - 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Ford has reengineered every part of the Raptor to take it to a new level in on and off-road performance.
2017 Ford F-150 Raptor
January 15 - 2015 Hyundai Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept
This visionary crossover truck concept from Hyundai hearkens to the days of the El Camino/Ranchero, or the more contemporary Holden Ute. The projected target audience for the Santa Cruz are what Hyundai calls Urban Adventurers, weekend outdoorspeople who would prefer a relatively compact and efficient vehicle for the time spent in more crowded/urban environments, but with the hauling capacity needed for getaways.
2015 Hyundai Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept
January 16 - 2015 Lexus GS-F The goal of the Lexus GS F is to merge the handling and sportiness of a sports car with the comfort of a luxury sedan. The starting point for the car is the GS 350 F Sport, but then things are taken to a new level, with a more powerful engine, enhanced chassis, and a suspension system exclusive to the model.
2016 Lexus GS-F
January 16 - 2016 Lincoln MKX This next generation MKX
crossover showcases a new, more rounded design that is also lower
and slightly larger than its predecessor.
2016 Lincoln MKX
January 14 - 2015 Infiniti Q60 Concept Infiniti
describes this concept as a preview of their next sports coupe, and
a replacement for the G37. It will feature a 3 liter twin
turbocharged V6 to replace the current 3.7 liter naturally aspirated
V6, so expect a boost in power. Infiniti claims a significant
reduction in fuel consumption, which is another bonus.
2015 Infiniti Q60 Concept
January 14 - 2015 Chevrolet Bolt EV Concept The Chevrolet Bolt is a pure electric concept that is a preview of a future production car that will have a range over 200 miles with a price of around $30,000, after the $7500 federal tax credit. This range, which greatly surpasses that of any similarly sized car in its price class, would make electric a viable choice for millions of potential buyers.
2015 Chevrolet Bolt EV Concept
January 13 - 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider This beautiful new
roadster from Alfa Romeo hearkens back to the days of the 1966-1994
Spider that is still probably the best known Alfa Romeo in North
America. Today, the curvaceous styling and compact size of the 4C
mark it as a worthy competitor to the Lotus Elise.
2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
January 13 - 2016 Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang The flat-plane crankshaft is a special beast. Its near-perfect balance obviates the need for counterweights. With less mass and inertia, the engine can rev up and down more quickly and easily. Manufacturers like Ferrari, Lotus, Porsche, and McLaren have all opted for the flat-plane V8 design, and now Ford brings this uncompromising approach to bear in their new 5.2 liter DOHC V8 for the Shelby GT350R. Ford claims it is the most powerful naturally aspirated production engine ever built by the company.
2016 Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang
January 13 - 2015 Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept
Volkswagen is planning a new three row, seven-seater mid-size SUV
for the 2017 model year that they claim will be one of the most
important models in the company's history. This concept gives an
early glimpse of what to expect.
2015 Volkswagen Cross Coupe GTE Concept
January 12 - 2016 Ford GT One of the greatest racing victories in history was the 1-2-3 placement set by a trio of GT40s at the 24 Hours Le Mans back in 1966. 50 years later, Ford returns with this third version of the GT, and this looks to be the most dynamic variation yet.
2016 Ford GT
January 12 - 2016 Acura NSX The NSX has finally returned in full production guise. Power comes from a twin turbocharged DOHC V6 slanted at 75 degrees and backed up with a three electric motor hybrid system. Power travels through a completely new 9-speed DCT. Power is transmitted to all wheels with two electric motors up front, and the engine and another electric motor driving the rear. The front motors utilize dynamic torque vectoring for improved acceleration and braking.
2016 Acura NSX
January 11 - 2016 Buick Cascada Convertible With the introduction of their first convertible since the Reatta in 1991, Buick looks to remake their image with this youthful 2+2 design. The model is essentially a rebadged Opel/Vauxhall Cascada, but that makes it no less welcome, especially as Opel & Vauxhall are not available in North America.
2016 Buick Cascada Convertible
January 10 - 2015 Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion The world's automotive manufacturers are preparing for a future of autonomous driving vehicles, where most cars can simply drive on their own to a specified destination. A car without the need for driver input raises a number of questions and possibilities regarding overall design and possibilities. Daimler's Dieter Zetsche describes the transformation of the vehicle interior into a "mobile living space." Enter the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion concept. It is capable of seating four people on swiveling seats who can turn to face one another in a loung-type environment. The interior is lined with organic materials, including open-pore walnut wood and soft white nappa leather contrasing with polished aluminum and glass surfaces. Six display screens are integrated into the instrument panel and rear and side panels which allow passengers to interact with the vehicle via touch, hand gestures, and eye tracking. The interior is reached through the concept's 4 doors, with the 2 rear doors being rear-hinged, aka suicide doors.
2015 Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion
January 10 - 2015 Lister Cars Knobbly The beautiful Lister-Jaguars raced successfully in 1957-58, with a high note being a victory at the British Empire Trophy in 1957. Cars from this time period became known as Knobblies, in reference to their particularly swoopy body styling.
Lister recently announced that they would be making 10 more
Knobblies built to the same specifications and even using the same
2015 Lister Cars Knobbly
January 10 - 2015 GMC Canyon Nightfall Edition The new GMC Canyon Nightfall Edition is a blackened appearance package available on both 2WD and 4WD SLE crew cab models. The stylish design features a unique black grille, black assist steps, 18 inch aluminum with Dark Argent painted inserts, a rugged factor spray-in bedliner, and polished exhaust tips.
2015 GMC Canyon Nightfall Edition
January 7 - 1985 Sinclair C5 A curious footnote in the history of electric vehicles, the Sinclair C5 was manufactured for a single year at the Hoover factory in Wales. While the output of 9000 vehicles in time sounds pretty respectable, it fell well short of Sir Clive Sinclair's hope of selling 100,000 a year.
1985 Sinclair C5
January 6 - 2015 Ariel Nomad Ariel is hoping to build upon the
Atom's success with a new car based on similar design concepts that is geared for on-road/off-road use. The design, with its exoskeleton chassis, does draw from that of the Atom, but similarly from that of traditional dune buggies. However, the typical dune buggie is not going to have this level of chassis development and sophisticated suspension. The latter features double unequal length and adjustable wishbones mounted on high-angle metalastic rubber bushings with high grade outer ball joints.
2015 Ariel Nomad
January 5 - 2015 Donkervoort D8 GTO Bilster Berg Edition
In honor of their breaking the lap record for street legal produciton cars at the Bilster Berg circuit, the Dutch manufacturer Donkervoort has created this special edition D8 GTO to commemorate the impressive victory.
2015 Donkervoort D8 GTO Bilster Berg Edition
January 4 - 2014 McLaren P1 The McLaren F1 of the 1990s was perhaps the most defining supercar of its time. Maybe even of all time. To this day, it is the fastest naturally aspirated series production road car ever made, with a top speed of 231 mph. Only 64 of the standard street cars were ever made, 106 cars in total counting the various racecars and prototypes. On August 2013, chassis 066 was sold for an astounding $8.47 million dollars. The F1 was a very special car.
The legendary status of the F1 gives the P1 a very hard act to follow. In many respects, it succeeds brilliantly, though it is arguably not the uniquely single-minded creation that the F1 was. Gone on the P1 is the 3 seat arrangement with the driver in the center, the heavy use of pure 24 carat gold foil as a heat shield, and the phenomenally light weight of 2509 lbs for a full-bore supercar. In its place is a heavier but far more powerful car with an output of 903 hp. In place of the naturally aspirated V12, the P1 features a twin-turbocharged 3.8 liter V8 hybrid system that can do 0-62 mph in a mere 2.8 seconds. The 231 mph top speed of the F1 is now at an electronically limited 217 mph. The F1 was a bit of an anomaly even for its time, whereas the hybrid P1 is very much a product of the current decade.
2014 McLaren P1
January 4 - 2014 McLaren P1 GTR The P1 GTR builds on
the hybrid P1 to create an even more extreme track car. McLaren has
increased the power of the twin-turbocharged 3.8 liter V8 from 903
hp to 986 hp.
2014 McLaren P1 GTR
January 4 - 2014 McLaren P1 Sterling Grey Bespoke With production capped at 375 units, the McLaren P1 is a rare car to begin. However, that doesn't limit the potential for further customization.
2014 McLaren P1 Sterling Grey Bespoke