Highlights from the 2014 LA Auto Show

Sports Cars

The BMW Concept M4 Coupe unveiled (Photo: Angus MacKenzie / Gizmag)

BMW has revealed the shape of things to came for its M-series with the sexy Concept M4 Coupe. Unveiled at the annual Pebble Beach/Monterey automobile weekend, the Concept M4 picks up where the M3 left off with a design that holds to the "race car for the road" philosophy of the company's Motorsport line.  Read More

2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante

A year ago, Aston Martin revived the Vanquish nameplate. Now it's sliced the roof off the coupe to bring the "thrill of open top motoring to the super GT class." If the Vanquish is "the best Aston ever," as Aston Martin calls it, it follows that the 2014 Vanquish Volante is the best Aston convertible.  Read More

The Radical RXC is a true race car for the road

There are a lot of sports cars on the road that make claims of being street-legal race cars. Few of those claims are as legitimate as the Radical RXC's. A Le Mans prototype-inspired racer that looks like it was plucked from the circuit and slapped with a pair of license plates, the RXC is the car that a company named "Radical" calls its most advanced ever.  Read More

The Bailey Blade XTR from BXR Motors (Photo: BXR Motors)

Developing a high-performance sports car is a project that takes many years inside a well-established auto company. It's exponentially more difficult when you're a small team pursuing one hot rod enthusiast's vision for the ultimate sports car. BXR Motors has been slowly but surely developing its Bailey Blade XTR sports car for the past half-decade, but things appear to be jumping into high gear now that the small start-up has secured the funding it needs to finish the 750-hp car.  Read More

The Egoista debuts to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary

Controversial – that's about the nicest way we can describe Lamborghini's 50th anniversary efforts on the concept car front. Just two months after showing the Veneno – arguably the most extreme(ly ugly) concept in its history – Lamborghini pushes the boundaries even further. The surprise Egoista concept is even more out there in design.  Read More

The Weber FasterOne

Weber Sportcars promised to unseat the Bugatti Veyron as the world’s fastest street-legal sports car with its Faster One (F1) back in 2008. It seems the Swiss car maker still has the title in its sights, releasing the specifications for the latest iteration of its two-seater mid-engine sports car with the claim that it's the fastest street-legal sports car in the world.  Read More

The Lyonheart K Coupé (pictured) and Convertible are restricted to a production run of 250...

Last year, we covered Lyonheart’s take on the classic Jaguar E Type, the Lyonheart K. Not much has been heard of it since then, but thirteen months later, the Coventry-based car maker has resurfaced with an announcement of the Lyonheart K Coupé, including Convertible prices and production numbers.  Read More

Only two Mercedes 300 SLR coupés were built

The Goodwood Festival of Speed (FoS) may be months away, but thanks to the Goodwood Press Day this week, we got a look at what cars will be driven and showcased. Mercedes-Benz will bring one of the more interesting fleets to the event, including a rare race car that ranks as one of the most valuable in the world.  Read More

SRT will show the new Viper TA at the New York Auto Show

Chrysler primed the all-new SRT Viper for production a few short months ago. Now it's preemptively answering calls for more performance with the Viper TA, a limited edition road-legal package that enhances performance with track-inspired upgrades.  Read More

Seven generations of Corvette gathered together © General Motors

At the first major auto show of 2013, Chevrolet presented one of the biggest car debuts of the year: the long-awaited seventh-generation Corvette, a model that brings back the iconic Stingray label and draws on a design heritage stretching back 60 years. To trace this evolution, Gizmag dives into the history of one of the true legends of American motoring.  Read More

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