Just weeks after Bugatti set the record from 0-400 kph (that's 249 mph) and back down to naught in the Chiron, Koenigsegg beat it with ease. The Chiron took 42 seconds but the Agera RS only took 36 seconds. That is some serious speed and even more serious stopping power.
The Italian automaker has revealed its replacement for the California T. Like the outgoing model, the Portofino is a hardtop convertible with the same twin-turbo V8 but packs 592 hp—40 more than its predecessor. How do you think it looks?
After months of teasing the world, BMW has finally released photos of its new M5:Like its predecessor, the sports sedan will be powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 but now produces an eye-watering 600 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque.
Drove down to Pebble Beach yesterday to check out some of the exquisite cars seen only this time of year. On the way there, I spotted a trio of Ferrari F50s, countless Porsche 918 Spyders and the only Koenigsegg Regera in North America. Sadly, I wasn't able to take any photos of those as I was driving but here are some photos I did manage to nab of the cars that were on display:
Had the pleasure of discovering a rusty nail in the front driver's side tire yesterday. It's been leaking slowly which would explain why the TPMS warning light only turned on twice in the last 2 weeks. Luckily, Sears Auto was open today of all days and were able to plug and patch it up!