All New Porsche 911 Models Will Get Turbochargers by 2016

Car makers today have to focus on various different aspects apart from the speed. Hence, Porsche has now made an announcement that by 2016, all the Porsche 911 vehicles will get turbochargers that will help them to offer better speed and low rate emissions. The new Porsche 911 models will have better technologies to provide faster and safer vehicles to the consumers.

Porsche also mentioned that they are focusing on electric vehicles as well but that will take some time, but before that they would prefer to introduce better engines that are designed for today’s generation and will deliver better results as expected.


AMG Chief Hints Mercedes Benz Working on a Hybrid Supercar

There are lots of rumors circling the auto industry especially around the new performance car from Mercedes Benz that will follow up the much loved SLS AMG. According to the rumors, Mercedes Benz’s new car could be a mid-engine or a hybrid car that would compete the likes of Porsche 919 Spyder and even McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari.

AMG Chief, Tobias Moers speculates that the new vehicle might have company’s 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine that would produce 650 horsepower and 700 lb feet of torque.

The engine could be mated with pair of electric motors to offer all-wheel traction and better output that performance cars require.


Police Releases Video of the First Lamborghini Huracan Crash in Hungary

While Lamborghini Huracan deserves to be listed among the top Italian exotic vehicles, but recently the first crash created lot of news. Now, the police have gone ahead and released a video of the actual crash shot by the passenger using a mobile phone. The video clearly indicates that the vehicle was speeding at 208 mph on M7 highway when the driver lost control and end up in a ditch. (more…)


Porsche 919 Hybrid Returns for the Next Season of Racing Mania

The Porsche 919 Hybrid is ready to roll on the racing tracks for the year 2015. The new race car is a comprehensive evolution compared to the previous version.

The all-new 919 Hybrid racer will be hauled by a 2.0 liter turbocharged V4, whereby front wheels are supplied with an electrical power. The new improvements in design include restyled front end featuring low horizontal intake, and front nozzle extending to windshield with enhanced aerodynamic body profiles.

Last year, the race car from Porsche scored a coup in the 2014 FIA World Endurance Championship season held in Brazil, but retreated to the third spot in the overall result. By far, the new Porsche 919 Hybrid sounds like a winner, let’s keep our hopes high.