What is there to say about the 2015 Aston Martin Vanquish that hasn’t already been said? This mildly tweaked version has gained a couple of transmission ratios and some revised damper settings, and there are some natty new color options to pick from, too. And while the most expensive Aston coupe has many admirable qualities, newness is not among them. It sits on the same venerable VH architecture that has underpinned the company’s products since 2004, and it is powered by a development of the same 5.9-liter V-12 that can trace its ancestry back even further.
As with these new Formula 1 cars, the Porsche 918 Spyder is part fire, part ice. The stage for both is a carbon-fiber monocoque marvel that encases its engine and lithium-ion battery pack at an elevation almost suicidally close to the asphalt. The fire part starts with the engine’s beating heart, a 29-pound “flat,” or 180-degree, drop-forged crankshaft spinning in a low-pressure-cast, thin-walled, closed-deck, aluminum-alloy block that’s based upon the RS Spyder race cars’.
The Aston Martin DB10 is a bespoke two-door coupé created for the James Bond film Spectre by the British car manufacturer Aston Martin.
The Aston Martin DB10 design was led by Aston Martin’s chief creative officer Marek Reichman, with the film’s director Mendes working closely with the team. The car was developed specifically for the film and ten units will be hand-built in-house by the company’s design and engineering teams in Gaydon. Aston Martin stated that “the DB10 gives a glimpse to the future design direction for the next generation of Aston Martins.”
Introduce the Porsche 911 Targa GTS
The Porsche Cayenne Turbo S’s unlikely Nürburgring lap time might have gotten most of the headlines at Detroit, but it was Porsche’s other debut that made more sense when considered against the brand’s traditional values.
We’ll go further and say that the Porsche 911 Targa GTS makes so much sense that we’re slightly surprised it hadn’t been done before, combining the GTS coupe’s performance upgrades with the Porsche Targa 4’s magical folding glass roof and four-wheel-drive system.
Is the 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia the best-driving supercar ever? While that may be a subject of debate within the legions of Ferrari fans and driving enthusiasts, it’s definitely one of the most accessible yet capable high-performance cars to ever be produced by the Italian sports-car maker. For sure, it’s one of the sexiest, wrapping the best of Ferrari’s mid-engine, poster-car heritage with just the right gloss and gleam to flaunt all the modern, F1-derived wizardry within.
Toyota Supra FT-1: New Concept
In this year, Toyota will release its new car model which is labelled as 2015 Toyota Supra FT-1. This new model has been redesigned in some parts and elements which make it quite different from other past models. For Toyota car’s fans, this becomes good news because they may have waited for this beautiful car to come out. With fine specifications and an affordable price, 2015 Toyota Supra absolutely can compete with other rivals which have the same release date this year in the market. Also, they may be aware that the changes have an important purpose to give the best service to its lovers.
For seven years, Lamborghini sold the Gallardo alongside the Audi R8. And despite sharing more with the Audi than most Italians would like to admit, the Gallardo was a true Lamborghini. Meanwhile the Audi R8 was every bit the stoic German. How did the Gallardo do it? Emotional distance. As cliche as it sounds, the Lamborghini felt more temperamental, although not always in a good way. That fiery disposition made it salacious at mere idle and a baying brute at the limit.