McLaren Automotive has teased a track-ready take on the 570S, its Sport Series flagship, in similar vein to the 675LT.
Revealed in a single image on McLaren's social media channels, the car is finished in a shade of slate grey, and runs with a more aggressive carbon-fibre diffuser than the 'standard' version.
The facelifted Jeep Renegade has been unveiled ahead of its first official presentation at the Turin motor show.
If that sounds like an unusual place to launch a revised Jeep, remember the Renegade is produced primarily at Fiat Chrysler's plant in Melfi, Italy. The factory also produces the crossover's platform-mate, the Fiat 500X.
The tease is over, and the 2018 Ford Shelby Super Snake has been revealed in the USA, packing a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 making up to 597kW (800hp) of power.
That's right, 597kW, good for a 60mph (97km/h) run of just 3.5 seconds. If that's a bit much snake for you to handle, there's also a 710hp (529kW) tune available, although we'd question the logic of buying a high-end muscle car and not optioning the most powerful engine.
The all-new 2019 BMW X5 has gone official this morning, shortly after it was leaked by overseas media.
Now in its fourth generation, the X5 has grown in every dimension, gained a host of new technologies, and a revised engine line-up.
Compared to the outgoing model, the new SUV is 36mm longer, 66mm wider and 19mm taller, measuring 4922mm/2004mm/1745mm respectively. The wheelbase has also been extended by 42mm to 2975mm.
They're two of the most exotic and exclusive cars in the world, and they're both from the same manufacturer – is an introduction really necessary?
In a new video posted by Turnpike Racing League, we finally get to find out whether the Bugatti Chiron or Bugatti Veyron would win in a drag race.
Please note, the Veyron seen in the clip isn't the pedestrian 'standard' car that launched originally, but the more powerful Super Sport released towards the end of its lifecycle in 2010.