Author: FutureCar Staff California-based electric vehicle startup Fisker Inc. is gearing up to start building its first model in November, the battery-powered Fisker Ocean SUV. Following the Ocean’s debut, Fisker is also working on a second secret vehicle as part of its “Project PEAR”, which stands for “Personal Electric VehicleRead More →

A car is not just a means of transportation for car enthusiasts. The one thing common to all sports car owners is their love and deviation towards their cars. Sports car enthusiasts usually do all the upgrades to make driving more enjoyable. However, unlike regular sedans, sports cars require moreRead More →

British sports car brand TVR is planning a limited-edition all-electric version of its Griffith V8 model for 2024, along with a second, as yet unspecified electric model. TVR made the announcement as part of a sponsorship partnership with the Formula E electric racing series. of the two London races atRead More →

Station wagons never really took precedence over sedans or SUVs. It’s downright unfortunate. Not only are station wagons practical, but they can also be serious performers and muscle wagons. CarBuzz has a list of some of the craziest performance-oriented station wagons that can knock a sports car out of theRead More →

Buick seemed to have limped its way into the 21st century, despite other setbacks that have seen the sad fate of Pontiac and Oldsmobile. Buick has always been a beacon of affordable luxury, with outstanding ride and handling characteristics. The automaker has usually outfitted its cars with attractive styling, complementedRead More →

VSLinear data acquisition is an integral part of Performance Car of the Year testing, with each competitor running the gauntlet to see how it compares to its manufacturer’s claims and providing various data points for comparison. Testing for 2022 was carried out on the Phillip Island main straight, with allRead More →

Is there an electric sports car? Almost 10 years ago, the first Model S rolled off Tesla’s production line in Freemont, California. Only 6,500 cars were delivered in 2012. But despite these small numbers, the Model S proved extremely disruptive to the auto industry. Plus, redefining the boundaries of performanceRead More →

Autoblog may receive a share of purchases made through links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. No donation or payment is necessary to enter or win this contest. See the official rules on Omaze. The feeling of having a new car is wonderful. Winning that newRead More →

If there’s one thing automakers can count on, it’s releasing information about highly anticipated vehicles in dribs and drabs. Rare is the occasion when all hands are totally surprised – even if it does happen. Witness the all-new Ford GT unfold across a freezing Detroit scene in 2015. Lexus isRead More →

Sports cars are unquestionably the first choice for all gearheads, and for good reason: they have the best designs, the most powerful engines and are built to deliver the best driving experience imaginable. However, as the saying goes, “outer beauty makes the head spin, but inner beauty makes the heartRead More →

Move over, Supra, there’s a heroic new sports car hitting Toyota showrooms – and it’s taking aim at the biggest names in performance, including Porsche, Ferrari and Aston Martin. Unveiled at the recent Tokyo Auto Show, the Toyota GR GT3 concept is, as its name suggests, a concept… but onlyRead More →

Subaru’s second-generation BRZ sports coupe sold out relatively quickly in Australia, with the first allocation of 500 units announced long before the cars were ready for delivery. At the 2022 BRZ launch event, Subaru revealed that a second delivery is on track, with the number of cars in the secondRead More →

We all thought 2020 was tough until 2021 kicked in, taking the global COVID-19 pandemic to the next level. But it turns out the top of the new-vehicle market was seemingly immune to the obvious challenges, with sales records plummeting. It’s true, brands like Bugatti, Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, BentleyRead More →

The car connection The best sports car to buy 2022 combines the functionality of a compact sedan with a loud driving experience that leaves smiles in its wake: the 2022 Hyundai Elantra N. The Elantra N is tied with the Honda Civic as our best-performing affordable performance car with aRead More →

Car connection The best sports car to buy 2022 combines the functionality of a compact sedan with a raucous driving experience that leaves smiles in its wake: the Hyundai Elantra N 2022. The Elantra N is on par with the Honda Civic as our top-performing affordable performance car with aRead More →

2003 Infiniti G SaloonPicture: Infiniti There was a time when the Nissan Maxima could have been considered, dare I say it, cool. But then came its cooler cousin, the Infiniti G35, Japan’s attempt to take on the BMW 3 Series in the sports sedan war of the 2000s. And itRead More →

First-generation electric car maker Saean has quickly grown into a global company and plans to focus on strengthening its headquarters as well as research and development of new models, including a sports car. Saean announced that it will amalgamate affiliates in America, Japan and Korea, and that Saean Corp., itsRead More →

Although the Acura NSX is still largely unrecognized compared to its sports car rivals such as Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini, the sports car still managed to put reducers in a smile when his triumphant return was announced a few years ago. Meanwhile, the GT-R has long waited for a worthyRead More →

The rise of electric vehicles (EVs) will change many of our preconceptions around cars. Beyond the obvious topics of emissions and charging, the wider acceptance of electric vehicles will fundamentally change the way we think about performance cars. Why? Take a look at these specs. A compact model with 165Read More →

The Aura electric roadster prototype created by a consortium of British companies features emission-free sports car technology, with two 44 kWh batteries. The aerodynamic concept includes a circular instrument cluster on the steering wheel that stays upright, as well as a vertical infotainment screen powered by Android OS. The roadsterRead More →