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Toyota 86 British Green Limited: Bring It Here, Please

On Wednesday, February 13th, 2019
Toyota 86 British Green British Racing Green makes nearly everything better in the automotive world, even a small, Japanese sports car. Despite being about 6,000 miles away from Great Britain, Japan is channeling the British spirit with the Toyota 86 British Green Limited special edition. Be it a Toyota or a Scion, the 86/FR-S has never been offered with ...

Alfa Romeo Takes Over Naming Of Sauber F1 Team

On Monday, February 4th, 2019
Alfa Romeo Italian car brand Alfa Romeo will be the only name on its Formula One team partnership with Switzerland-based Sauber this season. The rebranding means 2007 F1 champion Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi will be driving for Alfa Romeo Racing in 2019. The team was called Alfa Romeo Sauber when it finished eighth in the constructors’ ...


2020 Kia Forte Gt Debuts At Sema With 201 Hp

On Wednesday, October 31st, 2018
2020 Kia Forte Gt Kia is going all out at SEMA this year, debuting the Forte GT and four off-road Telluride concepts. The automaker is also showing off custom versions of the standard Forte, K900, Stinger, and Stinger GT. The 2020 Kia Forte GT delivers 201 hp from a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. That’s up from the 147 hp ...



The Toyota Century GRMN Is All Sorts of Great

On Monday, September 24th, 2018
Toyota Century GRMN Bad phone images of a mysterious Toyota Century ‘GR Sport’ mule have been circulating on Twitter for days. The definitive proof soon followed from Toyota President Mr. Akio Toyoda himself, how decided to roll up to a regular press conference in Tokyo, chauffeured in the white Century GRMN mule. As the Japanese Best Car Web ...

Pininfarina Is Relaunching As A High-End Electric Car Brand

On Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
2019 Pininfarina By the time India’s Mahindra Group took over in 2015, Pininfarina had shut down its Special Projects division, despite the fact that 2013’s Sergio concept had made it into limited production over at Ferrari. Their mass-production car-building buisness in Italy had ended thee years earlier with Alfa Romeo, while in Sweden, the design house managed ...