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2009 Porsche Panamera

Porsche Discovers Rear Doors

Courtesy: Porsche North America

Porsche (pour-sha) is calling the Panamera a "Four-Door Grand Touring Sports Car." We suppose they deserve the right to call it whatever they want, but we'll fondly refer to

2010 Ferrari California Review


By: Daniel Mader | The Truth About Cars

The California is a bit like my first girlfriend: pretty from the front, but a little frumpy at the rear, especially in the wrong clothes (sorry Sarah). This is Ferrari's softer side. Huh? How can

2009 Porsche Carrera PDK Review


By: Jay Shoemaker | The Truth About Cars

In theory, a dual clutch gearbox offers drivers the best of both worlds: a corner-carving-compliant paddle shift system (complete with computer-controlled, rev-matching throttle blipping) and a waft-enabling automatic gearbox. As developed by the BorgWarner, the

Jaguar XKR-S

Somewhere Between Hot and Scalding


The 2008 Paris Motor Show is well underway and there have been a few stars and duds. The XKR-S does not belong to the duds. Nay, it belongs to the fu$#ing

2009 Audi A4 3.2 Quattro Review


By: Megan Benoit | The Truth About Cars

Over the last few years, the last generation Audi A4 was growing increasingly stale. Updated offerings from BMW, Lexus, Infiniti, everyone but Volvo have overtaken Ingolstadt’s brot und butter model. To keep the faith– or

Lotus Evora

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It's official. The Lotus Evora. A 'grown-up' Lotus coupe with proper amenities. Say, like an actual interior (see an image of the interior after the jump). The Evora will be powered by a 276

Lotus Eco Elise

lotus_eco_elise-thumb.jpgWhat makes an already incredible sports car an even better one? A touch of eco-ness. Enter, the Lotus Eco Elise. A Lotus Elise made of sustainable materials (hemp hard top, sisal and hand applied water-based paint), flexible solar

2008 Porsche 911 GT2 Review


By Sajeev Mehta | The Truth About Cars There I was cutting, clipping and carving corners in the ultimate Porsche 911, balancing the need for speed with self-control. I felt like an Olympic skier or Iron Chef. But there was an element missing

2008 Lotus Supercharged Elise SC

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We've spoken out the Elise here before on Gear Patrol but our love for the car has only grown now that Lotus has unleashed a supercharged version

Fisker Karma Hybrid

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If this isn't proof a hybrid can be gorgeous I don't know what is. For those of you who aren't familiar with Fisker Coachbuilders they're a custom coach builder that takes

2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe


The completely new 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe has hit dealership floors this month. It's primary existence being the ability to show the Europeans that the Japanese can put together a driver's car and not break the bank.

Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

porsche911_cabriolet.jpg You're looking at the most expensive variant of the Porsche 911. The 911 Turbo Cabriolet. It marks the third generation of the cabriolet (convertible) and is the best yet. Porsche has made every effort to lose little of

2008 Jaguar XJR

2008 Jaguar XJR

Jaguars are quintessential luxury. In the case of the XJR, an Eaton supercharged 400 horsepower, pure aluminum bodyshell, luxury. The XJR comes standard with 19" Sabre wheels (or 20" Sepang), radar based adaptive cruise control,


KTM X-Bow 0-60 in 3.9 seconds. 60-0 in 100 feet. Color? Orange. There's nothing else to say. What this means to you: Mother of god... Cost: ~ $100,000 @ KTM X-Bow

2007 Lotus Elise Series 2

2007 Lotus Elise

The 2007 Lotus Elise is a two-seat, rear-wheel-drive, midengine roadster available in one package - seriously awesome. It's a no-frills exotic with exotic capabilities at a non-exotic price. Imagine buying two middle-of the line Toyota

2008 BMW M3

2008 BMW M3 The new M3 has grown up. More of a GT than a racer, it will deliver it's promise of go-fast stop-fast and turn-fast. BMW's bread and butter inline six is now 30-pound-lighter, 4.0-liter V8 pulled

2008 Shelby GT500KR

Ford Shelby GT500KR New York Auto Show

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This morning, Ford announced that the mighty King of the Road Shelby GT500KR will be making a return in the spring of 2008