Great rendering of the BMW F30 M3 Coupe done by the IACOSKI Team. The next M3 will be powered by a turbocharged V6 developing nearly 450 Hp. I know a lot of you are going to miss the naturally aspirated 420 Hp V8 but let's not forget this M3 will be lighter and more powerful. So it can only be faster. Besides, it looks simply stunning!
[Source: IACOSKI via ArabMotors]
Mercedes has gone lighter with the new SL class. The 2013 SL class weights 140 Kilograms (308 pounds) less than its predecessor. In fact, the new SL class is so fit that it can reach 100 Km/h in 4.5 seconds in its SL550 variant. But a 4.6-Liter V8 producing 429 Hp also helps!
In terms of design, it kind of reminds me the R129 SL Class, which is a good thing if you ask me! Check out the high res gallery below and give it a shot in the comments section below.
A Porsche 911 GT3 RS owner from Florida was able to see his street legal 911 converted into a ferocious 911 GT3 RSR clone while keeping its ability to run on the public roads. This has been achieved thanks to the outstanding work done by Orbit Racing. The converted car benefits from Porsche RSR’s exhaust and a retuned ECU that helps it produce some extra power over the original's 450 Hp. Don't forget to throw an eye on Orbit Racing's site to see the conversion process.
[source: Orbit Racing via MotorAuthority]
I like how the Japanese automakers give too much importance to motorsport even if they are in financial trouble. I remember how the Honda HSV started up as a future NSX and ended up as a magnificent race car after the road going version project has been dropped. Things were a little bit different concerning the Subaru BRZ as it has just been unveiled last week at the Tokyo Motor Show (seperated at birth from the Toyota ft-86 and the Scion FR-S or is it?). And now we have the pleasure to see the GT300 version of the little sport car in this short but nice video. I like the mention "Proud of boxer" at the rear. Very good looking race car!