Each year Monterey, California hosts the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, a celebration of the finest in motoring. This year there was the traditional Concours d’Elegance competition, a range of super cars and luxury saloons were unveiled and there were an array of tribute and historical legends unveiled. Continue reading
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This weekend Mercedes revealed their SLS Roadster, ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motorshow. With the same stats as the hardtop, it should be quite the belter. Just sad that it loses the amazingly awesome Gullwing doors. Continue reading
Some people care for their cars and tuck them into bed at night. Some, like yours truly, drive their cars daily and abuse them slightly, getting laid in your car, bottles in it and all. Now so Mr Allen Swift… Continue reading
It has been quiet on the news front these days regarding the upcoming roadster version of the Ferrari 458 Italia. That does not mean artists at Teamspeed have forgotten about the anticipated new addition to the Ferrari line-up.
Known facts are that the 458 “GTS” will have a retractable lightweight hardtop and the power should remain exactly the same as the coupe. Expect the GTS somewhere around 2012 to be introduced as a 2013 model.
The rendering above gives some inside into the looks of the upcoming Spyder. Feel free to share your comments.
While European Union bureaucrats took the liberty of publishing the trademark views of the 2012 Mercedes SLK, just a month after Mercedes gave us a glimpse, Jalopnik caught the real deal enjoying the Highway 1 views. Gotta say, it is a sexy thing. Very mini-SLS.
The filings offer a blurry but complete view of the new roadster, including with its retractable hard top stowed. The final deal will likely not arrive until the Geneva show in March.