Check out that front end
If you live in a place where neither the roads nor the weather is ideal for driving around in a top-down, but that won't stop you from doing so, welcome to a car that's made very much for people
Many of the same tech in the four-door updates are present here
Back in March, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the facelifted versions of its E-Class sedan and wagon-how long ago does that feel? And now, we're being treated to midlife updates on the two-door Coupe and Cabriolet versions.The four-door
It delights the senses
Yep, it's the cabriolet version of the new, road-crushing 911 Turbo S. And, as is the tradition with these things, it's a little bit heavier-69.8kg, to be precise-than the coupe thanks to the additional bracing and
“Classier than ever, while still possessing a wicked sense of fun”
Indeed it is, as those controversial new headlights denote. You've likely made your mind up on them already, but I'd ask you to reserve final judgement for now.One, because they look significantly better in person than in pictures. And
The proceeds will go towards good causes
You might have caught the news that the very first mid-engined C8 Corvette recently sold for the rather hefty sum of $ 3million (around P153.13 million). The 'Vette crossed the block for charity at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, though it
Which one do you prefer
In the red corner, the original Jaguar F-Type-wide-eyed, a cat-like 'fang' bookending the front bumper, marginally feral appearance. Spot-on.And now, in the blue corner, the new F-Type-lower, narrower lights, and a lower, longer-reaching
The facelift comes courtesy of Jaguar’s new design director
Oh, how we don't envy Jaguar's new design director, Julian Thomson. Improving anything styled by Ian Callum would be difficult at the best of times, but the F-Type-in coupe form, especially-was already a fantastic-looking thing.Welcome,
V8 up front, drive at the back, sky all around
Well, that's a tonic for the senses, isn't it? This is the production version of a car we first saw at the start of the year. It's the Lexus LC500 Convertible, and it's quite lovely indeed. One might
The sDrive20i is P1.8 million less expensive than the range-topping M40i
It's the cheapest one. This is the Z4 sDrive20i, priced at P3.99 million, undercutting the full-fat M40i by P1.8 million and its Toyota Supra half cousin by P1 million. So it should, given it uses a titchy 2.
It’s 20kg lighter and 50hp more powerful than the 488 droptop
What the Ferrari F8 Tributo does, rather cleverly, is fuse the feral 711hp twin-turbo V8 engine of the Ferrari 488 Pista with an updated version of the 488 GTB's more comfortable chassis.And now, you can combine those ingredients with
Meet the Volante version of Aston’s V12 coupe
A very long silly name, but you probably won't care when you tuck into the spec of the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante. This is the ultimate open Aston, and may be forevermore, unless someone with a Valkyrie fires it under
This premium convertible is based on the Jag F-Type R and makes 666hp
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare your ears: The Lister LFT-C is here.As you can probably tell, it's a convertible version of the brilliantly bonkers LFT-666, which is based on the Jaguar F-Type R and was introduced in August
We second the motion
At this year's Detroit Motor Show, Lexus gave us the LC Convertible-a gorgeous droptop version of its rather likeable V8-engined grand tourer.Sadly, it was just a concept. But, at this weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed, all is
Two bubble-backed 911 specials with shared DNA but different attitudes
A pair of open Porsche 911s wouldn't ordinarily be the enthusiast's choice. But these are no ordinary open 911s. These are 911 Speedsters, and that makes them a purer, more athletic breed than your average Stuttgart tanning bed.Below, on
That’s more like it
Ever since the Boxster and the Cayman traded their flat-sixes for four-pots, roughly everyone with functioning ears has clamored for a return to the proper cylinder count. Here in TG Towers, we've been particularly clamorous, even using phrases like "
We've been dying to know
Ne'er before have two cars been mentioned in the same breath more often. Supra and Z4, or 'Zupra' if you ask the wittier corners of the Top Gear office. We all know the story by now: Toyota wanted to revive the
It’s the M Division’s “first foray into the world of luxury motoring”
After what feels like a millions teasers, the BMW M8 is finally here. And it's arrived at once in full-strength Competition form, possessing a mighty 616hp and a frankly ludicrous 3.2sec 0-100kph time. Not to mention a 304kph
“This feels like a cruiser first and foremost”
A bit rude. But partially correct. See the two together and Toyota has certainly made the proportions of the shared chassis underpinning the Supra and the Z4 work far more favorably to human eyes. The Z4's nicer in the metal than
The 991’s last hurrah
Very well spotted. The new 992-generation Porsche 911 may currently be melting our expectations of how well-rounded a sports car can be, but the outgoing 991-gen hasn't quite retired yet. This 911 Speedster is its spectacular send-off-
The engineers found a way
Porsche launched the 911 Speedster this week, effectively a swan song for the old-gen 911 and with the 991.2 GT3's howling 4.0-liter flat-six sitting pride of place in its rump.It's a stupendous engine, revving
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