The 2018 Aston Martin DB11 offers unassailable proof of the strength of character, an unquantifiable trait that has defined this marque since the David Brown era revved up in the 1950s.
The revised 2019 Porsche GT3 and its more muscular RS sibling remain the most powerful and fastest naturally aspirated 911 models ever made. They’re also Porsche’s non-turbo holdouts.
Ferrari says the development goal for their 488 Pista was not simply to post astounding track performance stats, but to replicate the feel and “emotion” of driving a Ferrari 488 Challenge and championship-winning 488 GTE racecars.
James Bond might have made Aston Martin famous outside of car enthusiast circles when he drove a tricked-out DB5 in 1964’s “Goldfinger,” but by then the marque was already well established within the enthusiast realm. The foundation for the DB5’s prominence had already been built by its predecessor, the DB4.
McLaren Special Operations, MSO, spent eight months developing and building a group of 10 special 570S models, which were designed to emulate the look and feel of a McLaren 570S GT4 racecar in a fully road-legal package.
To mark the one-millionth 911 built since 1964, Porsche built a one-of-a-kind 911 Carrera S, and toured it around auto shows and lent to media for road tests.
Toyota made just 500 of its Lexus LFA supercar. If you missed your chance to get one new, the Gooding & Company Scottsdale auction is offering #498, with just 60 miles delivery miles.