The V12 Vantage S has its engine up front, and the name says everything you need to know regarding said engine. Without question these are two of the fastest and most powerful convertibles on the market. We’re referring to the Aston’s 565 horsepower verses the Porsche’s 552-hp. Neither is exactly a lightweight. So which one would you choose to drive home? In case you can’t decide, Autocar is here with its latest comparison test video to help you do so. http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2014/9/28/Drop-Top-Battle-Porsche-911-Turbo-S-Vs-Aston-Martin-V12-Vantage-S-7722822/
The First Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has just sold for $825k
With its bankruptcy days behind it and, hopefully, the ignition switch debacle, General Motors is anxious to move on. And perhaps what better way to do so than to radically alter the next-generation Chevrolet Corvette. Already reported to be in development, sources have also claimed that the switch from front- to mid-engine is finally going to happen. The reason? Because Chevy engineers believe they’ve gone as far as they can with the current layout, as evidenced by the new Z06. Share Lamborghini Asterion Leaked in Grainy Maga... http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2014/9/28/Could-the-Mid-Engined-Corvette-Zora-ZR1-Sell-Alongside-the-C7-7722818/
Could the Mid-Engined Corvette Zora ZR1 Sell Alongside the C7?
What the Hell Were They Thinking: Jeep Com... According to Cadillac, "the CT6 will expand the Cadillac range upwards – meaning it will not replace any current product." But that’s not the biggest news here. http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2014/9/28/Cadillac-Announces-the-Name-for-its-Upcoming-Flagship-7722821/
Cadillac Announces the Name for its Upcoming Flagship
The First Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has just sold for $825k Dodge Auction Barrett Jackson Charity All proceeds from VIN0001 will go to charity. It may just be the greatest production muscle car today, and someone was prepared to pay handsomely in order to have the first one off the line. The very first 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has just sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas, Nevada for $825,000. The suggested retail price is $59,995 (but dealers will likely charge markups to some extent). In the case of this particular auction, all proceeds will go directly to Opportunity Village, a Vegas-based non-profit organization that assists adults with disabilities. Share http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2014/9/28/The-First-Dodge-Challenger-SRT-Hellcat-has-just-sold-for-825k-7722813/