The cupholders in the Focus ST can safely holster extra-value, bonus-sized canisters of caffeine in luminous colours. The handbrake is Ken-Block approved, tensioned to mitigate against a wide turning circle, and the flared body panels provide enough surface to mount 360-deg GoPro angles.
As far as car names go, not many come more star-studded than Trophy. Little surprise, this originates from a company that also refers to its most rigid chassis design as “Cup”. But the name has proved itself worthy, for this car once hoisted that Nurburgring trophy, a victory for the fastest front-wheel drive production car of its ilk.
Only Alfa can sketch an outline on a napkin, knock tomato sauce over it, and toss it across the room into a bin for the entire world to start guessing in hushed, secretive tones.
Volvo’s Subzero XC90 has thawed the completion with such an icy-suave exterior, you’d expect to find a welrod pistol in the glove compartment.
Building REALLY SAFE CARS is what cemented Volvo’s reputation, and mitigated those robust, 90-deg jagged edges. But unless you’ve had an airbag stop your face from rebounding off of the dashboard, safety ranks in pretty low. You’re going to care more about the number of USB ports than the airbag count.
The Zapata Racing Flyboard repurposes the workings of a personal watercraft such as a Sea-Doo or a Jet Ski to create the wildest experience you can have on the water. By using its on-board jet pump to power water through a hose connected to a separate wakeboard-size platform, the Flyboard shoots highly pressurized water through two nozzles on the bottom of the board to fly as high as 10 meters or even dive below the surface.
Output: 45+ kW
With a modest 700 cubic-centimeter inline-twin riding behind the seats, the Wildcat isn’t one of those rides you see on YouTube ripping wheelies across giant sand dunes. It’s more like the Subaru BRZ of side by-sides, a machine that prioritizes balance over out right power.
Customize Your Own Modern Legend
Back in its heyday during the seventies. Moto Guzzi’s V7 Racer became the first mass-production bike in the world to exceed 200 km/h. Just as importantly, many Italian motorcycle aficionados consider it the most beautiful Moto Guzzi ever built.
The annual Concours d’Elegance held on the eighteenth fairway of Pebble Beach Golf links every August for the past 65 years. Gathers the rarest and most beautiful cars from around the world. This is how they pull it off.
Legend in the Making
You are looking at the most power-dense, most powerful naturally aspirated road going engine in Ford history. It’s also the Blue Oval’s highest-revving production V8 ever.
All to do with economy, of course.
Well, not quite. The word is efficiency.
Automatic Fire Transmission That Brings Otherworldly Performance To the Common Man.
The last thing you want to do when driving a performance car near its dynamic limits is take your hands off the steering wheel. As much as an expert command over the left pedal and stick shifter can stroke the ego, automatic transmission is a much more sensible way to handle torque in excess of 400 N.m. Mercedes-Benz knows this and has been offering variations of the planetary transmission on all of its Mercedes-AMG cars since the 1993 C36.