Leaving the oh-so-boring Nurburgring lap time records aside for a moment, Nissan’s European arm announced that the new GT-R has made its way into the Italian edition of the “Guinness Book of World Records”. The Japanese supercar set a world record for the fastest 0-100km/h (62mph) acceleration by a four seater series production car with a sprint time of 3.5 seconds. We remind you that in April, Nissan revealed the GT-R established a new lap time at the Nordschleife circuit in Germany with 7min and 26.7 seconds.
Dodge Redeyes and Camaro ZL1s you’d better watch out; the new Mustang Shelby GT500 is out to get you.
This Skyline in no GT-R, but it will dazzle you with its infinity mirror taillights that can also be remotely controlled .
Although this S2000 has 26,000 miles on the odo, the engine was replaced 4,000 miles ago.
The BMW M2 Competition is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six with 405 HP.
In reality, Tesla’s idea of a sports car is something a lot prettier, like the upcoming Roadster.
The BMW Drive Recorder also automatically saves 40 seconds of footage in the case of a crash .
The latest Suzuki Jimny is a vehicle that doesn’t impress on tarmac but shines when the going gets tough.
The German used car dealer behind the ad will charge you $3,295,730 for the McLaren Elva build slot.
The Tesla driver learned you should always watch your back, even in an automatic car wash.
The Porsche Taycan range is topped out by the Turbo S variant, which offers up to 750 hp.