What you missed on 10.8.14
After driving the all-new 2016 Audi TT, Jonathon Ramsey also had a chance to put the hotter TTS through its paces on both road and track. The S-badged coupe has more power and a more athletic setup, but is it worth the added cost over the standard, stylish TT? Read our Quick Spin, here, to find out.
Porsche 911 gets new GTS models
Looking for something a bit more potent than a Carrera S but don't want the full, hardcore GT3 experience? Enter the 911 GTS, now available with rear- or all-wheel drive, in both coupe and cabriolet body styles. The new, "just right" 911 launches in the fourth quarter of 2014, priced from $114,200 in the US. Check out our post for all of the details.
More 2016 Acura NSX details
The big joke around the Autoblog office is that by the time the new Acura NSX launches, it'll already need a refresh. Seriously, we've been waiting on this thing for what feels like forever. But some new details are piquing our interest today. For starters, Acura is benchmarking the Ferrari 458 with its supercar, but for a much lower starting price in the Audi R8 realm. Interesting stuff, for sure.
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