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1961 Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar plans to extend a unique opportunity to car lovers. Next month, it will open the Jaguar Heritage Driving Experience in the UK, giving driving enthusiasts the opportunity to grab the steering wheels of rare and powerful cars from its past and present. Highlights include the classic Le Mans-winning D-Type race car, the E-Type and the all-new 542-bhp F-Type R.  Read More

A V12 engine allows the F60 to sprint from 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.1 seconds

Ferrari has been in America for 60 years, and is celebrating the milestone with the (very) limited-run V12 F60America convertible of which just 10 examples will be made. Powered by the V12 engine from the F12 Berlinetta, the F60America will sprint to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.1 seconds.  Read More

In pictures: 2014 Paris Motor Show (Photos: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Gizmag spent a busy two days zipping through the halls of the Paris Motor Show to check out the latest automobiles from manufacturers around the world. From cutting edge concept cars, to exotic sports cars, to classic four-wheeled fashion, our Paris gallery takes you beyond the turnstiles and inside one of this year's most important auto shows.  Read More

The Honda 2015 Civic Type R at the Paris Motor Show (Photo: C C Weiss/Gizmag)

Honda has been teasing the upcoming 2015 Civic Type R for some time now, having given us a glimpse of it back in March. Now, the Japanese automaker has released some more details about the car, and says its performance will be unmatched by any other Type R cars.  Read More

The FR-S Release Series 1.0 is rolling into dealerships

The 200-hp Scion FR-S is one of the best options on the market for a sharp, affordable sports car. A little extra flair and performance couldn't hurt, however. The race-inspired Release Series 1.0 limited edition FR-S offers a variety of body and equipment upgrades while still pricing in under $30K before delivery fee.  Read More

The Zagato Shooting Brake harks back to the styles of the 1960s

Italian coachbuilder Zagato has unveiled the Aston Martin Virage Shooting Brake as part of its 95th anniversary celebrations. Specially constructed for a European client, the 1960s-inspired Shooting Brake comes complete with functional trunk space for carrying the likes of golf clubs, fishing gear, or hunting equipment.  Read More

Zenos expects the E10 S to reach a top speed of about 135 mph

Boutique sports car company Zenos is taking advantage of Ford EcoBoost technology to expand its E10 lineup. The British manufacturer has released two new cars – the E10 S and E10 S "Track" – both of which pack more power than the standard E10.  Read More

The 2015 Dodge Viper SRT packs 645 horses

In keeping with its renewed focus on performance, Dodge revealed a few additions and upgrades for the 2015 Viper SRT this week. The new Viper lineup gets more engine power, a mid-priced GT model and a few other tweaks.  Read More

Lamborghini pulls the wraps off the Huracan 620-2 Super Trofeo

No one could accuse the standard Lamborghini Huracan of being tame. The standard car's 610 hp (455 kW) V10, coupled with Lamborghini's instantly recognizable angular styling make it a fast, engaging showstopper. But what if you want to go racing? And what if all-wheel drive is a little bit safe for you? Lamborghini may just have the answer in the form of the lightweight, track-ready Huracan 620-2 Super Trofeo.  Read More

Two years ago, a Ferrari 250 GTO sold privately for US$32 million becoming the most expens...

It was the 26th anniversary of the death of Enzo Ferrari on Thursday (August 14), and "Il Commendatore" continues to cast a shadow over the automotive industry that is perhaps now more influential than ever. On Thursday one of his creations recaptured Ferrari's "most valuable car sold at auction record" when a 250 GTO sold for US$38,115,000. Perhaps even more importantly, by Sunday evening (August 17), we expect Ferraris will populate more than half the top 100 most valuable cars ever sold at auction, confirming Maranello is more dominant than ever in the automotive investment marketplace.  Read More

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