No North American International Auto Show is complete without a heavy dose of Detroit muscle, and this year’s show brought the most potent horsepower medicine of all – the 2020 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang. Powered by a 5.2-liter supercharged V8, the 2020 Shelby GT500 will make over 700-horsepower and promises to be the fastest street-legal Mustang ever built.
Porsche has pulled the covers off the new 2020 Porsche 718 Boxster Spyder and 718 Cayman GT4. Both of the top-spec 718 models are...Read More
Toyota finally pulled the wraps off the 2020 Toyota Supra GR today at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The 2020 Supra became the worst kept secret in the automotive enthusiast world with all the teasers and leaks of information over the last several months. Here it is, fully uncovered, and with all the deets on performance after the photo gallery.
Toyota pulled the covers off the long awaited 2020 GR Supra today at the 2019 North American International Auto show, and is celebrating the rebirth of the legendary name with the Supra Launch Edition.
Ford pulled the covers off the 2020 Ford Explorer ST and Ford Explorer Hybrid today at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Explorer ST from Ford Performance is the most powerful Explorer ever made, with a specially tuned 3.0-liter EcoBoost engine expected to make at least 400 horsepower and 415 lb.-ft. of torque with a top speed of 143 mph. The All-new Explorer Hybrid is designed to offer performance and capability in a fuel efficient 3.3-liter hybrid powertrain, projected to return an EPA range of over 500 miles on the rear-wheel drive models.
Lexus introduced the 2020 RC F Track Edition today at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Lexus says that the RC F Track Edition bridges the gap between street luxury and hard core driving performance at the track. The RC F Track Edition boasts improved aerodynamics, reduced weight, a performance tuned suspension, and performance enhanced styling.
I’ve preached the gospel of rental company Sixt on these pages before, though a recent trip home to Florida afforded me yet another opportunity to test the company’s mettle and see what sort of untraditional rental fare I would end up with. So far I’ve had just one miss in five swings with the German-based company, with the miss coming in the form of a dismal Fiat 500L in Italy. On the plus side, at least that mini-minivan was a manual – and I was in Italy, after all. Things weren’t that awful.