FIA wants road-like cars with LMP1 performance leading the field in 2020.
Almost exactly a year after a rare $1.5 million-plus Koenigsegg Agera RS crashed during testing in Sweden, it's happened again. To the same, repaired supercar.
Aston Martin and Triton Submarines have teamed to build probably the world's most stylish and luxurious way to dive beneath the waves. Called Project Neptune, this two-passenger mini submarine looks like something designed and developed by Q Branch for James Bond. Though to be fair, the evildoers at Spectre might also appreciate a submersible that works a little Aston flair into its design.
Indian automaker Mahindra has announced the launch of Automobili Pininfarina, a new standalone sustainable luxury vehicle brand, with plans for a new electric hypercar in 2020.
"I'm not the first person to point out an SUV is neither particularly sporty or utilitarian," McLaren's design chief says.
Battery technology remains the biggest hurdle.
The company revealed its final concept version in Dubai, and its American-made engine hits 5,000 hp on a dyno.
Can the Dubai startup back up its outrageous claims?
For $1.6 million, a chance to be fastest.
"Sophisticated aggression on wheels."
Aston Martin recruits three key Ferrari figures for upcoming 488 GTB challenger
"We are the first to make pure bred F1 technology roadworthy."
A very close look at what's quite literally a race car for the road.
Expect the Formula One-derived V6 to make more than 1,000 horsepower.
All hand assembled in France.
Nearly 250 mph with the top down.
Bugatti wanted the thumbs-up of a "real champion."