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Aston Martin recycles old engines into new special edition supercars

By - December 16, 2014 19 Pictures
Like its competitors in the premium car segment, Aston Martin is always looking for ways to make its customers feel more special in their high-end performance cars. Pursuit of that goal leads to regular special editions like the Vantage N430 and DB9 Carbon Black revealed at this year's Geneva Motor Show. Its latest special edition release goes beyond the usual custom equipment, aesthetics and trim, with each of the six individual Works 60th Anniversary models featuring metal recycled from the engine of a heritage Aston Martin. Read More
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Top 10 sporty concept cars of 2014

By - December 11, 2014 81 Pictures
Over the course of 2014, Gizmag has traveled to the major auto shows of the world in search of the latest cars and in-car technology. In our journey from Detroit, to Geneva, to Beijing and on to Paris and LA, we've seen countless concept cars, some good, some terrible and some that we're still undecided on. Many of those concept cars have been ultra-powerful, aero-optimized sports cars ready to create a new generation of exotics. Here are our choices for the best of the best of 2014. Read More
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Lamborghini goes plug-in hybrid with 910-hp Asterion concept

By - October 2, 2014 27 Pictures
Lamborghini has long been on the cutting edge of auto technology in terms of potent powertrains and lightweight materials. However, its colleagues over at McLaren and Ferrari have it beat when it comes to electrification, each having introduced a hybrid flagship at last year's Geneva Motor Show. In Paris, Lamborghini officially surpassed those marques, presenting its very first hybrid, a 910-hp plug-in with more than 30 miles (50 km) of all-electric driving range. Read More
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Ferrari weaves its magic with 458 Speciale A spider

By - September 26, 2014 9 Pictures
There’s been a lot of buzz about Ferrari coming out with a spider version of its 458 Speciale supercar, and now the buzz has become reality. At next month's Paris Motor Show, the Italian car maker is set to unveil the 458 Speciale A, with the "A" standing for Aperta, which is Italian for "open." Billed as the most powerful and aerodynamically efficient spider ever built by Ferrari, it boasts the company’s most powerful naturally-aspirated V8 engine for the road. Read More
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The best of London's Salon Privé motorshow

By - September 9, 2014 131 Pictures
Since its inauguration nine years ago, Salon Privé has evolved into a boutique motor show, wowing automotive enthusiasts with its unique mix of classic vehicles and premium supercars from around the world. Following the first day's Concours d’Elegance, collectors have the chance to snap up rare gems by way of the Salon Privé Sale, with the British Supercar Show rounding out the event on the third and final day. Join Gizmag as we cast our eye over the assortment of stunning automobiles on display last week at London's Syon Park. Read More
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The Joss JP1: Australia's first supercar

By - August 25, 2014 7 Pictures
Australia’s very own supercar, the Joss JP1, is taking another run at the world stage. With a mid- mounted all-alloy V8, a claimed top speed of around 340 km/h (211 mph), and all of the current technical innovations expected in a modern day supercar, the Joss JP1 is the culmination of years of design and development work aimed squarely at producing a world-beating exotic machine. Read More
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Lamborghini's Huracan goes racing with lightweight Super Trofeo

By - August 19, 2014 3 Pictures
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

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