With 2012 just days away from ending, we can only hope that 2013 will have as many exciting new cars as this year did. Here is a gallery of 22 cars that made a good first impression. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Harry Metcalfe, Editorial Director of evo magazine, has had the privilege of test driving what will be one of the most desirable and collectible cars in the world - the Pagani Zonda 760RS. Apparently the owner is an F1 champion with the initials L.H... This is without question one of the best car videos on youtube at the moment. Enjoy.
The 2012 Geneva Motor Show is anything but short of exciting new cars. There are far too many cool cars to have them all posted here, but with more than 100 photos, it's more than just a taste of what the show has to offer. Make sure you come back next week for the ultimate standouts of the show.
If you’re a car enthusiast, people close to you might have asked you “why do you like cars so much?” And chances are you weren’t able to give them a direct answer. There are many things that make us tick when in comes to a car; the design, the quality, the noise it makes, the history, the performance, etc. But occasionally we get other things, like flames shooting out of the exhaust. If like me, the sight of flames (the real kind, no flamethrower kits here) coming out of the exhaust causes the caveman in you to come out, then you’ll enjoy checking out these videos of awesome flame spitters.
Here's one of the first videos of the Pagani Huayra being driven in anger on a circuit. It definitely makes a great noise; blending an angry V12, turbo whistles, and bangs between gear changes with great effect. Enjoy!
One of the most anticipated cars of the year has finally been seen by the public eye – the Pagani Huayra. Designed to be the replacement of the legendary Zonda, it comes complete with a new chassis, powerplant, and a design aimed at giving aerodynamics a hard time.
The monocoque is made from Pagani’s famous mix of carbon fibre and titanium, while the rest of the body, including the new gullwing doors, are carbon fibre only. This means that the Huayra remains a lightweight like its predecessor at 1350kg (around 2970lbs).