Lamborghini is working around the clock on a Murciélago replacement and it appears that the "Jota" is it. Caught testing in the wintery climes of Scandinavia, the next great raging bull is on the way, packing a 700-hp V12 and an all-new Haldex all-wheel drive system.
Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has taken Chevy's fastest Corvette to the next level, with a host of engine and suspension mods that allow it to crack the 10-second mark in the 1320.
Toyota came out swinging at the Tokyo Auto Salon, with a range of tweaked and tuned models from its new G Sport Series accessories line. And while a tuned Prius is a particular shade of absurd, a modified FT-86 speaks to the potential of Toyota's new FR sports car.
Also of interest:
- Mini announces engine enhancements ahead of 2011 redesign
- Next-gen Chrysler 300 previewed in auto show video?
- GM's Mark Reuss ponders return of VE Commodore to U.S.
- Scion to get stronger Stateside focus, two new models
- Mercedes-Benz SL Night Edition and SLK Grand Edition launched for European market