Deemed as one the most interesting concepts of this year’s Frankfurt Show, the is what we all wish that next year’s production version of the Fiesta will look like. Of course, we’ll probably be like “duh” in 2008 when Ford takes the wraps of the new Fiesta covered in semi-colored bumpers and 14-inch wheels, but what else is new. In this official video, Ford Europe’s head of design, Martin Smith and his team, explain the philosophy behind the creation of the Verve Concept.
The Purosangue SUV will be based on Ferrari’s scalable front-mid-engined architecture that can accommodate V6, V8 and V12s as well as rear- and all-wheel drive.
A lot of automakers, including Toyota, FCA, and Ferrari, were absent from this year’s event, and those present reduced their investments.
The Cup is based on the street-legal Vantage V8, with the championship set to start in Europe next year and expand to Asia in 2021.
The Mercedes-AMG One’s powertrain consists of a 1.6-liter turbo V6 coupled to no less than four (!) electric motors.
A low-rider electric sedan ain’t something you see on a daily basis, but with the proliferation of EVs, maybe we should get start getting used to it.
Code-named the P758, it is expected to target the South American market, though it could be sold elsewhere as well.
A Hyundai pickup with the i30 N’s 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and close to 300 HP could be very fun indeed.
Underneath this badly executed body kit, which comes bundled with all sorts of unusual add-ons, lies a sixth-gen Camaro.
Not content with the stock 325 HP twin-turbo V6, the owner of this saloon fitted a tuned Coyote engine and a 2007 ‘Stang GT500 transmission.
The California Highway Patrol may recommend modified cars like Hart’s are fitted with five-point safety harnesses.