While the new teaser video of Bentley‘s forthcoming bio-fueled supercar that’s scheduled to be officially revealed in Geneva does not provide us with any performance data, it does confirm that the mystery model will be based on the Continental GT and that it will be powered by a 12-cylinder engine. According to Bentley, the yet unnamed model will be the company’s fastest and most powerful production car ever. Follow the jump to watch the video.
The small building on wheels started life as a Volkswagen Passat and is powered by an Audi RS4 V8 engine.
Apart from the extra axle, this Defender features a pickup truck conversion and a ‘Vette-sourced, 430 HP V8.
The revamped S-Class will feature taillights similar to the current CLS, but the rest of its design is, right now, just speculation.
The CR uses the same 237 HP naturally aspirated four as the regular S2K, but sports some chassis and bodywork mods.
Officially, the twin-turbo flat-six churns out a very respectable 443 HP, but in reality, that number could be closer to 480 HP.
Money raised from this Supra Launch Edition raffle will benefit a children’s hospital.
How does the new 718 Cayman GT4 compare to two of the finest 911s Porsche’s GT division has ever created?.
The new CLA is a good daily driver and a quality item, so if you don’t mind the cramped back seat, go for it.
While the price does seem steep, bear in mind that this is a $150k Aston, and the list consists of quite a few upgrades.
With a mere 101 HP, power is not the Jimny’s strong suit. It’s off-road capabilities, though, are, but do they suffice against the Triumph?.