While Honda NSX is nowhere to be seen, Honda’s luxury arm for North America has pulled the wrapped off the next-generation Honda, no, I mean Acura NSX. But, then again, that’s just a matter of branding, so North America lovers for this Japanese exotic/supercar at least have something to look out for this summer when …
whoever says an off-road vehicle can’t look elegant? the Volkswagen Beetle Dune Concept Car, unveiled at last week’s Detroit Auto Show, proves that it can be done. this near-production example sports a shell of the modern Beetle that you are familiar with
you have seen the RC Coupe, now meet the F performance model, the 2015 Lexus RC F. beneath that bulging hood just beyond the ferocious fascia lies a 5.0-liter V8 unit that offers over 450 horsepower and more than 383 lb-ft of torque.
like Infiniti, Acura also took the opportunity it has at the Detroit Auto Show to show off its near-production performance luxury sedan, the 2015 Acura TLX Prototype. with a year preceding the make and model name, you know you will be seeing this ride on the road real soon, and
you have seen the new Rex, now meet the one that sits on the top of the food chain: the 2015 Subaru WRX STI. officially unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show, this top-grade model of the WRX series is powered by a 2.5-liter turbocharged boxer engine, pumping out 305 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque.
coupe is no stranger to KIA, but the Koup hardly has the sports car look (it is just a two-door car and that’s that) and that’s not to mention the pretty standard performance you get with most KIA’s rides. that leaves the Korean automaker a void to fill by the KIA GT4 Stinger Concept you see here.
for those who fondly remembers Toyota’s iconic performance cars such as the 2000GT, Celica, MR2 and the Supra, the Toyota FT-1 Concept is your hope of renewing your love for high performance Japanese sports car. the “FT” here stands for “Future Toyota” which indicates that this ride is the
Infiniti is a brand that’s closely associated with luxury than performance. unlike other luxury marques, it practically has nothing to boast about when it comes serious performance like what the M rides and AMG has been doing for BMW and Mercedes-Benz, respectively.
the Volvo Concept XC Coupe you see here is the second of the three concept cars that the Swedish automaker will be introducing based on the firm’s new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA). at a glance, it does look a little like the Concept Coupe, albeit on a slightly ‘fuller’ side
normally, we aren’t so hyped up about concept truck but this particular example, the Ford Atlas Concept Truck, served up by American automaker Ford at the Detroit Auto Show somehow managed to tickle our senses. perhaps it is because the Atlas look quite convincingly ‘this world’ that it might just be a reality after all…