The automotive world is no stranger to controversy, especially when it comes to the speed records for the title of 'fastest car in the world'. Almost all of last week saw the petrolhead community split over the new speed record set by the SSC Tuatara. The performance carmaker's claim at the time was an average … Continue reading SSC To Speed Run The Tuatara Again. Properly This Time.
ou do if you liked cars and were fitly rich? Like, a billion to spare on your garage kind of rich. There's plenty to choose from, with many brands waving their hands and digital renderings or showing up with pre-production concepts for you to sign them a few of your millions and then wait a … Continue reading This Is The Bugatti Bolide: A Derestrcited Trackday Project Car Based On The Chiron
The Hyundai N program started a few years ago to make sportier versions of their existing models. I've found myself at the helm of many a mass-market Hyundai since 2013 and each time I wished the Korean carmaker would offer more fun-to-drive versions like Volkswagen and Ford do with their compacts. Their first hot hatch … Continue reading Hyundai i20 N Unveiled. My Dream Hatchback Finally Exists!
UPDATE: In light of recent internet discussions that call into question the validity of the SSC Tuatara's speed record, I'd like to point out that this article is written with the assumption that the information disclosed by the carmaker is true. If proven otherwise, this article will be updated accordingly. There's some sort of primal … Continue reading The SSC Tuatara Hit 331mph While Setting New Record For The Fastest Production Car. Or Did It?
BMW has taken the covers off the new-gen M3 sedan and M4 coupe and many on the internet wish they hadn't. The carmaker's current design language has already been criticised a lot for the most polarising element - the disproportionately large kidney grilles. It's most shocking version was seen on the regular 4 Series Coupe … Continue reading 10 Things To Know About The New-Gen BMW M3 & M4
The 1960s was the golden era for sports cars and automotive design. It would be a feature in itself to name the icons from that period but to name drop a few, that's when we got the Ford Mustang, Lamborghini Miura and Ferrari 250 GTO. Yeah. So, it would make sense if a few names … Continue reading Cyan Racing’s Volvo P1800 Is More Proof That We Need To Revive ’60s Car Styling
Nissan has made some of the world's most iconic monickers like the Skyline, the GT-R, the Leaf EV and the Z Series sports cars. In recent times, the Japanese carmaker has been somewhat inactive in its most exciting department and instead focussing on volume segment crossovers. The R35 and the 370Z have been around for … Continue reading The Nissan Z Proto Has Some Retro Styling And A Manual Shifter
Two seats, mid-engined layout and a sub-3 second 0 to 100kph time. Just about every new supercar has those three elements. However, not every new supercar bears the badge of the trident. The last time Maserati made a supercar, it was a road-going version of its racecar (for homologation purposes) and it was based on … Continue reading Maserati Has Pitched Its Trident Into The Supercar Scene With The New MC20
Aston Martin makes pretty cool limited edition, high-performance cars with a distinct design language to differentiate it from the Italian crowd. Let's face it, they are the name that has to make cars worthy of fictional spy supreme, James Bond. Well, some people are even more special to the British carmaker than Bond himself. One … Continue reading Aston Martin Victor: A Menacing One-of-One British Supercar
Last month, Prof. Gordon Murray unveiled his newest creation to the world - the T.50. A lightweight supercar with a manual gearbox, central driving position and a screaming V12. We still haven't seen it in action but it is mighty impressive in every way. Given Murray's reputation, the motoring world knows to take the T.50's … Continue reading Meet The GMA T.50s, The Racecar Version Of The T.50