A British-built Honda Civic Type R is scheduled to premiere at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March. The British Civic Type R features a host of eye-catching design enhancements that have been heavily influenced by extensive aerodynamic development and testing, both on computer and in the wind tunnel. The result is a car with exceptional high speed stability and high levels of downforce.
Ford has introduced the all-new, 2015 Ford Focus RS that will be available globally later in the year. The new Focus RS is manufactured at Ford’s Saarlouis, Germany and input with Performance All-wheel Drive and the many irrestible RS elements.
Porsche has introduced a new member in its proud GT line-up, the Cayman GT4. This is the first time Porsche is introducing a GT sports car based on the Cayman which has components of the 911 GT3. The latest GT4 is set for a Geneva Motor Show world premiere, and has achieved an under 8 minutes, specifically 7:40, lap time at the Nurburgring's North loop, quite recently.
Lotus has released final details of the Elise S Cup racer, following a recent comprehensive test. According to Lotus, the track-built Elise S has been finely honed into a Cup variant, with a 3.0 seconds lower lap time from the last testing at the Hethel track.
Porsche has debut the 911 Targa 4 GTS and Cayenne Turbo S at the 2015 NAIAS in Detroit. The two variants are essential for the Stuttgart-based sports car makers in its quest to attain a strong footing in world's largest sports car and SUV market, the USA. Ever since the Type 356 was introduced in the 1950s, Porsche has appealed to a very broad-minded customer base with its vehicles in the States. Last year alone, around one-fourth of all vehicles it produced were delivered to the USA.
Other than all the hype about the 2015 NAIAS, there's a prominent Auto marque that managed to make its own extraordinary hoopla with the unveiling of its brand new Supercar. It is none other than the 2016 Ford GT, an ultra-high-performance supercar that serves as a technology showcase for top EcoBoost performance, aerodynamics and lightweight carbon fiber construction. The Ford GT is expected to begin production late next year.
If you think the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider's 2015 NAIAS debut is impressive, wait till you get a whiff of the next-generation Acura NSX Super car. Making its world debut at the NAIAS, the Acura NSX production version with its alluring Red finish instantly grabbed the headlines when it rolled out during its premiere in Detroit.