In a decision that reinforces Toyota’s long-term commitment to localize its European vehicle development, the Japanese automaker announced that it will invest an additional €80 million ($115 million or £65 million) in its European Technical Center located in Zaventem, Belgium, which is also home to Toyota’s European Head Office. Starting in 2009, the Technical Center will set up a new 1.3 km long test track for development purposes that will include different driving surfaces and slopes reflecting European road conditions. Toyota will also introduce new test equipment, and renovate premises to create an additional 12,000 m2 in workshop space.
Out of the three ever made, this CCXR Trevita is the only one in the States and used to be owned by Floyd Mayweather.
This G-Wagen has got a 63 AMG look, just 31 miles on the odo and, despite being in the UK, is left-hand drive.
The engaging driving experience is 10 times better in a car that looks as good as the Vantage.
Good thing Ford fitted six-piston brakes up front and four-piston ones at the rear to help the 760 HP ‘Stang stop as it should.
Picking a winner between the E30 M3, E46 M3 CSL and M2 Competition is certainly not an easy task.
Featuring a host of upgrades and lots of new tech while retaining its off-road capabilities, it does make a compelling case for itself.
The 600LT is only a couple of seconds slower than the time posted by Sport Auto with a Porsche 911 GT3 RS .
The T-Roc R would be the first high-performance convertible crossover – a niche within a niche, if we ever saw one.
Large, V12-powered sedans are a dying breed, so why not enjoy them while we still can.
Fostla added a Prior Design wide body kit, whereas Ferrada the 10-spoke, matte black 20-inch wheels.