This particular Rolls-Royce Phantom is a sign of someone who has had more than just a bad day. Seized to repay debts. So many people were taking photos of it that it might as well be a London landmark. Sad.
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Is there anything more heartbreaking than seeing a perfectly British Continental GT with all the wheels covered in curb rash? Ouch.
Undeterred by this season’s heaviest snowfall, Speed:Sport:Life trudged over to McCormick Place from our downtown Chicago offices – AKA my apartment – to check out the assorted new metal spread across what is actually this country’s largest new car show. The layout of the place is impressive indeed, with one million square feet and no fewer than three indoor ride and drive experiences hosted by manufacturers. Amid the wide diversity of vehicles on display, a few stood out – below are the ones that left a mark, as well as the show award we feel they’re most likely to win.
Hennessey Special Vehicles has pulled the covers off their 300mph Venom F5 today at SEMA in Las Vegas. Unlike the Venom GT before it, the Venom F5 is designed and built from the ground up entirely by Hennessey Special Vehicles in right here in Texas.
Power comes from a 7.4-liter aluminum biturbo V8 which produces an absolutely insane 1,600 horsepower and 1,300 pound-feet of torque. This power is delivered to the rear wheels via a seven-speed, single-clutch gearbox. With all that power, you will be hoping that the ABS traction control is on top of its game.
Only 24 Hennessey Venom F5s will be built, each at a price tag starting at $1.6 million USD.
We can’t wait to see one at Cars and Coffee, John!
Jeep has finally pulled the wraps off the all-new “JL” 2018 Jeep Wrangler with three teaser images ahead of the full reveal at the upcoming 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 29th. Jeep has done a great job with keeping the instantly recognizable and iconic design of the Wrangler true to its heritage, and pulls several elements from Wranglers of the past. The new 2018 Wrangler promises to be even more capable on-road and off-road than the previous “JK” generation, all while retaining the open-air freedom that Jeep owners have come to love.
As the former owner of a 2013 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited 10th Anniversary, I can’t wait to get one of these in my garage.
Click through for more images of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
Audi has pulled the wraps off the second generation A7 Sportback, highlighting the new Audi design language first previewed in the Prologue concept and in the new Audi A8. With sharper, more athletic lines, the new A7 is much more athletic looking from every angle.
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