This automotive Frankenstein may be the most important American sports car ever—a bona fide, in-the-sheetmetal mid-engined Corvette. But until GM gets some proper Corvette bodywork on it, you can call it the StingHoldIllac.
Pansies who complain about driving in snow, amirite? Oh no, your underpowered, all seasons-wearing sedan is sliding a bit after a light dusting? You know they built that understeer in from the factory so you wouldn’t kill yourself, right?
Seeing a cop’s flashing lights behind you is a bad start to a day. But seeing Jay Leno say, "This is not gonna end well," while getting pulled over in a new Z06 is a great way to start a video.
In 2016, Ford will build upon its modern Ford GT supercar and its 1960s racing heritage: Ford is revealing a GT successor in Detroit next month, and also plans to build and campaign a two-car Tudor Series racing team.
Earlier this week, a Camaro6.com member named chazcron drew up some amazing renderings. They represent his idea of the perfect sixth-gen Camaro: body styling similar to the fifth-gen, but with a more aggressive nose, a more pronounced hood bulge and wicked, LED-based lighting. While the 2010 Camaro’s tail was straight-up bulbous, GM made great strides in the last few years smoothing it out. So we’re not crazy about chazcron’s rounded, almost Supra-looking rear—but other than that, these renderings are the sex.