The Skoda Vision RS concept has been unveiled at the 2018 Paris motor show this week, giving a glimpse at upcoming design elements for new RS performance models along with a next-generation compact hatchback.
Squint and imagine the car with a more comfortable wheel/tyre combination, a toned down bumper design, proper door handles, framed windows, and larger wing mirrors, and the Vision RS looks suspiciously like a production car.
We've published our fair share of drag race videos, but this one is a bit different. Of the Toyota Prius favoured by British Uber drivers, the diesel Ford people mover beloved by private cabbies and a new London taxi, which is quickest in a straight line?
The new Renault Megane RS280 might be an easier car to daily drive than its hard-riding predecessor, but it still looks and feels special on road and on track.
In the hot-hatch world, it’s always been a bit of a left-field choice amongst bigger sellers like the Golf GTI/R, and as such has never really hit big sales numbers. The same is still true, according to Jean Calcat, international sales general manager at Renault Sport.
Pininfarina PF0 to use Rimac electric drivetrain technology
Rimac will supply the battery and electric drivetrain technology used in the upcoming Pininfarina PF0 hypercar.
Described as a "unique technical partnership", Rimac will "provide battery and drivetrain expertise, and hardware" to Automobili Pininfarina.
After decades of designing and manufacturing vehicles for other manufacturers, the PF0 is the Italian company's first own-brand vehicle, and is due to enter production in late 2020.
If you're keen to find out how the Ford Fiesta ST sounds and goes before it lands in Aussie showrooms next year, this new video could be the answer to your prayers.
Published on YouTube by AutoTopNL, the clip shows the Blue Oval's smallest performance model hitting north of 230km/h on a German autobahn, along with a 0-100 test.