Tag Archives: Sports Sedan

Here’s The 341HP Subaru STI S209 That Will Be Selling In The U.S. In 2019

Japanese imports lovers residing in stateside, rejoice. Yet another Japanese performance ride is hitting up U.S. This time, it is the STI S-line. Yes, it is a Scooby. It may not look like much, but the Subaru STI S209 has some pretty raw power – all 341 horsepower of it squeezed from its EJ25 flat-four engine. As some Subaru fans may have already noticed, the Subaru STI S209 is, in fact, based on the automaker’s WRX STI, but boasts specially tuned components, including engine and chassis, along with exclusive parts on the outside and inside. Continue reading Here’s The 341HP Subaru STI S209 That Will Be Selling In The U.S. In 2019

This Is The Audi e-tron Concept That Will Go Into Production In 2020

Audi has taken the wrap off its latest all-electric vehicle, the superlative Audi e-tron GT Concept at the recent LA Auto Show. For some e-tron is closely associated to two-door sports car (or SUV) from the German marque, but the Audi e-tron GT Concept is in fact an electric sports sedan. It sports an aggressive, I-mean-business front end that tails off a coupe-ish rear end (AKA sportback fastback). I know, it is odd to say this, but it was actually quite a sight to behold. Continue reading This Is The Audi e-tron Concept That Will Go Into Production In 2020

Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

First unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015 and officially green-lighted later that year, Porsche’s very first electric sports car “Mission E” now has an official name and it is called Taycan. Loosely translated to “lively young horse” – a reference to the image appeared at the heart of the Porsche emblem – Taycan is set to begin series production next year. Continue reading Porsche Fully Electric Sports Car Mission E Is Now Known As “Taycan”

Elon Musk “Announced” Tesla Model 3 Performance Model Over Twitter

As it is, Elon Musk’s Tesla is struggling to meet the demand for the Tesla Model 3 which was unveiled two years ago, but that does not stop the CEO from enticing fans further. Musk, as usual, as taken to Twitter to announce an all-wheel drive Model 3 Performance Model. Yup. You heard that right. Already. Not sure when will this materialize, though. Continue reading Elon Musk “Announced” Tesla Model 3 Performance Model Over Twitter

Peugeot Unveils A Radically New Sedan And An Adventure-seeking Van-like SUV

I think I may not be able to write much because, I may be too excited. Now, the thing is, I am not usually thrilled by Peugeot automobiles, but here we have are two rides that managed to tickle my fancy somewhat. The first is an all-new, and may we say, radical, sedan designated Peugeot 508 and the other, a MPV-ish Sports Utility Vehicle (that’s what Peugeot is referring to as, btw) that took on a name that’s a departure to the French automaker’s naming norm and it is called Peugeot Rifter. Oh man. I don’t even know where to begin. Lets start with the 508, shall we? Continue reading Peugeot Unveils A Radically New Sedan And An Adventure-seeking Van-like SUV

About KIA “Muscle Car” Stinger And Upcoming KIA Rio GT-Line Hatchback

KIA is last name one would expect to go all out about performance, but here it is, the company’s image of performance is forever imprint with the much lauded and I dare say, most anticipated, “muscle car,” Stinger. When we first saw the concept last year, we were did not think it will make it to production, but it clearly did. I know. I may be late on this, but still, it will be a sin not to mention this monster machine from the South Korean car maker. The thing is, there are not rules in naming a car, but to have a car with a moniker like ‘Stinger’, it has an unspoken expectations Continue reading About KIA “Muscle Car” Stinger And Upcoming KIA Rio GT-Line Hatchback

Fisker EMotion Electric Luxury Sedan Makes Global Debut At CES 2018

What is electric powered, has 400 miles range, a top speed of 161 mph, all-wheel drive and has unique opening doors? Tesla? Nope. Not a Tesla this time. Neither is it yet another China-based EV maker. It is none other than the Fisker EMotion Electric Luxury Sedan from the revived Fisker Automotive (now called Fisker, Inc.) founded by Henry Fisker. This stunning EV with sweeping lines made its global debut on January 9 at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Continue reading Fisker EMotion Electric Luxury Sedan Makes Global Debut At CES 2018

Audi’s New A7 Sportback Has Mild Hybrid System Across The Engine Range

We decided that we are not the mouthpiece of Audi and so, we shall dispense with all the marketing mambo jambo that comes with the newly revealed Audi A7 Sportback. Sportback is essentially fastback and you know what it means when it is a fastback? It is tickles our fancy. Many American muscles that we love are build on the foundation of a fastback. But the Audi here is, of course, not American. That does not make it any less deserving of our love. It features what Audi refer to as a four-door coupe form, which I believe was first adopted by Mercedes-Benz years ago. Continue reading Audi’s New A7 Sportback Has Mild Hybrid System Across The Engine Range

Hyundai BTR Edition Elantra Sport Concept Leaves My Jaw On The Floor

So you think your Hyundai Elantra feels a little lackluster in both the looks and performance departments? Well, let Blood Type Racing show you how you should Elantra. The Glenview, Illinois car customizer has release the first details on the BTR Edition Elantra Sport Concept and looks pretty damn sick! Just a lone picture available to us is enough to win us over to the Elantra Sport, which was introduced to stateside only late last year. One look at the BTR Edition, you will never want to look at your mundane Elantra Sport, ever. Continue reading Hyundai BTR Edition Elantra Sport Concept Leaves My Jaw On The Floor

BMW i Vision Dynamics Is The Electric Mobility Of “Immediate Future”

Described as an “electric mobility of the much more immediate future,” the BMW i Vision Dynamics bears a shell that indeed looks like a probable car of today, or at least, in very near future. Unveiled at this year’s IAA Cars 2017 show in Frankfurt, the BMW i Vision Dynamics is a four-door Gran Coupe powered by an undisclosed electric drive that offers a range of 373 miles (600 km), promised a top speed of 120 miles an hour (200 km/h) and takes mere four seconds to cover the century sprint. These are numbers that are not out-of-this-world, which means, they are likely to be realized. Even the aesthetic, while ‘futuristic’ in a way, looks pretty down-to-earth. Continue reading BMW i Vision Dynamics Is The Electric Mobility Of “Immediate Future”