It gets a custom paint scheme and standard lightweight parts.
It's estimated to provide over 250 mpg
More comfortable road-legal hypercar will take on the McLaren Speedtail.
Details scarce, but just five of the 'Bespoke Commissions' to be made.
003 gets a turbocharged V8 in place of Valkyrie's naturally aspirated V12.
It would 'coordinate' efforts at Audi, Bentley, Bugatti and Lamborghini.
It can whip it good around the Nardo circuit 8 seconds faster than a Chiron.
Could this three-wheeler be your last-mile solution?
New power, same feeling.
A spokesman says the Nano may need fresh investment to survive.
1990 964-series Porsche 911 becomes 500-hp "Dynamics and Lightweighting Study."
Buy one and get a day at the track with expert driving instruction.
The Divo is an even more extreme take on the Bugatti Chiron supercar
Proposed system uses a car's existing driver-assist sensors.
BMW says it will make a series of weight-saving and sportiness-enhancing M Performance Parts available when it launches the 410-horsepower M2 Competition performance coupe this summer.
Let's recap what's coming from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus. The small-batch U.S. manufacturer showed the 004S last November, a carbon-fiber bodied, 2,600-pound, three-seater road car that comes with a gated, six-speed manual but offers a paddle-shifter as a cost option. A track-only version called the 004C will be developed to run in GTE, GTLM, GT3, and GT4 racing, as well as Germany's VLN series that includes Nürburgring races in the SPX class. Then we have the 004CS, which is the road-go
Few automakers short of Jeep love cranking out new variants of a current model like Lotus. Today, the storied British sports car manufacturer revealed the new Exige Sport 410, essentially a more comfortable and road-friendly version of the track-focused Exige Cup 430. This is a mid-engine coupe with 410 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque and a dry weight that's slightly more than an ND Mazda MX-5 Miata. Too bad it's not-for-U.S. consumption.
Car companies are looking for every possible way to eke out a few more miles per gallon these days, some of which involve high-tech combustion, and some others involve ultra-mild hybrid systems. But one generally accepted move is to remove weight, which helps both in efficiency and performance. General Motors has revealed a new technology that may become commonplace for shaving off a few pounds here and there, and the results are pretty freaky-looking.
Digital Trends interviewed Porsche GT-car boss Andreas Preuninger, and asked whether the lightweighting Weissach Package could find its way to non-RS cars. Preuninger might have loosed at least a few worms from the proverbial can when he told the site, "I won't rule out some lightweight package will find its way to other model lines in the future." Even though Preuninger added, "We have nothing planned yet, we're very busy; don't expect to see the Cayenne Weissach next month," the opening will h