Porsche confirms it's bringing the new Cayman GT4 along with another unspecified track-tuned performance machine to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Just what that second model is, it's not saying just yet, but we'll likely be looking at the new 911 GT3 RS.
MotorWeek is looking back on one of Ford's early forays into turbocharging with a review of the 1987 Ford Thunderbird TurboCoupe. For an interesting point of comparison, it takes a ride in the 1987 Ford Mustang GT too.
The first official photo of the next-generation Audi R8 appears to have leaked online. It shows the future supercar from the front with its thicker grille, more angular headlights and toned-down side blades.
Hesketh Motorcycles was only revived a year ago but has already shown some success. The brand is now looking towards the future and wants to build a two-wheel interpretation of the Bugatti Veyron as its next bike.
During an online Q&A with Jalopnik readers, Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen threw more light on the future of the brand and the CT6. Eventually, the engine bay in the new flagship sedan will boast "a very wide mix of engines, starting with a 2-liter turbo, up to, eventually, a high-performance advanced V-8 turbo."
McLaren unveils the 675LT, a track-focused yet road-legal evolution in its Super Series to be introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. It loses 220 pounds compared to the 650S, increases power to 666 horsepower from its 3.8-liter V8, and sprints from standstill to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds.
Axis of Oversteer has three pages of what's purported to be the spec sheet for the Porsche 911 GT3 RS that notes key differences with the 911 GT3. Prime among them is its output, pegged at exactly 500 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque, just 25 hp and 14 lb-ft over the GT3.