I just think it’s funny how the ultimate Mercedes performance car has gotten cheaper and cheaper and faster and faster over the years. First there was the SLR McLaren, which bordered on hypercar territory at around $500,000 in the mid 2000’s. Then there was the SLS AMG, which was a legit supercar at around $200-250,000. Now we have the AMG GT, and the very green AMG GTR you see here. It’s a car that will run rings around it’s predecessors on the track, and it costs “only” $157,000.
My how things progress, and I just loved the color on this 577hp beast.
The new Raptor is our favorite truck, and Motor Trend did it the justice of testing it where it belongs!
We’ve all known this was coming for a while, but now the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is here, and it’s taking charge.
I like it a lot, but for a different reason than most. Sure, the 707hp Hellcat engine hooked to AWD is wonderful, but it’s this Jeep’s attitude that I love the most. I love that this isn’t some pretentious white collar status symbol, that’s really not what an SUV is supposed to be about. SUVs, to me at least, are work horses, meant to get down and dirty. The Jeep is much more of a badass than the Porsche Cayenne, the Mercedes GLE, or the BMW X5/X6. To me, the flavor of this Hellcat Jeep just seems right.
Truth be told, the Jeep SRT was my favorite of the big fast SUVs already, for the same reason. Now that they’ve put the Hellcat in it, that just makes it all the more lust-worthy.
Yes, with options, this will probably be a $100,000+ Jeep, but it will roast all of its competition. I mean, this is a vehicle weighing well over 5,000lbs that can go 0-60 in 3.5 sec, and 180 mph up top. In the SUV world, that’s absolutely insane, and you’ve still got plenty of room for the kids in back.
Honestly, I think this is now my favorite Hellcat model, because A) It can put that power down, and B) it is just so unexpected.
This is the new ultimate BAMF mobile for sure!
Many of you see an old antique Mercedes here, but I see the first supercar. The Mercedes-Benz 300SL was a car that moved the bar for performance to an entirely new level in the 1950s. It was the first road car capable of reaching 150 mph, and it was raced extensively all over the world. The coupe version of the 300SL also had the fabulous gulling doors you see here, which really set it apart from anything else on the road.
Yes, today it is a classic, maybe even a museum piece, but I hope anyone lucky enough to own one of these cars has the dignity to let it stretch its legs, at least once in a while.
The new-gen Chevrolet Camaro has been pretty damn impressive thus far. How does the most powerful ZL1 model improve it? And could the manual version be faster than the fancy new 10 speed automatic around a racetrack?
Now why wouldn’t you want your Vette to be a wagon?
Does anyone really want an M3 anymore? I know I sure don’t.
Used to be owned by Salomondrin, now owned by David Lee. Small world…
I don’t care if it has half the horsepower of the LaFerrari, the F40 is still my favorite Ferrari hypercar.