Divas are exceptional when it comes to choosing a vehicle that suits our insatiable taste, so it’s no surprise that the Jaguar F type has what it takes to keep up with our ever changing style…
According to CarandDriver.com, the F-type’s sharp handling, bad-ass attitude, and gorgeous styling make for an extremely desirable coupe or convertible. The supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 makes 340 hp in base trim while the S gets 380 hp. A six-speed manual is standard with rear drive; an eight-speed automatic is optional. All-wheel drive is offered on the S; the automatic is the sole transmission choice here. The F-type’s firm, well-tuned suspension provides precision when you want it and gratuitous tail-wagging when you don’t.
The BMW i8 is the German manufacturer’s attempt at a supercar for the energy-conscious age. Instead of augmenting a large, heavy powertrain with electric motors for jaw-dropping performance, the i8 takes a more integrated and subtle approach, using the latest weight-saving technologies and a fairly pedestrian engine. It’s fuel-efficient when you want, and a performer when you don’t. The i8 is the second vehicle to come out of BMW’s “i” sub-brand, following the i3 city car to market.
Cadillac tipped its hand on future plans Thursday night in Carmel, Calif., revealing a dramatic full-size coupe concept called the Elmiraj.
While General Motors has no plans to put the concept into production, it’s a strong indication of where its luxury brand is headed.
It is amid America’s worst urban decay, outside the rapidly deteriorating Packard plant on the east side of Detroit, that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7’s details become clear. It’s here, juxtaposed against the effects of time, failure and neglect that the Stingray — possibly the greatest sign of hope the city has seen in years — begins to truly shine.
The 2014 F-TYPE is an all-new, two-seat, Jaguar sports car. It represents the company’s return to the full-size sports car segment, focusing on performance, agility and driver involvement.