What may seem like an Alfa Romeo 4C with an insatiable hunger for McDonalds is actually the MC20 that appears to be loosely based on Alfa’s tiny sports car with a double set of taillights reminding us of the Nissan GT-R R33. Chances are Maserati is using this 4C Frankenstein Edition to test the newly engineered powertrain that will be at the heart of the MC20. Developed and built in-house, the engine doesn’t sound half bad at low speeds while tacking Italy’s day-to-day traffic. … [Read more...] about Maserati MC20 Spied Doing A Great Job At Hiding Its Real Design
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AMG’s boss has said the new GT R flavor will be “more of a track day version, for fun on circuits,” but not a full-on competition car since it will still have road-legal status. The man in charge in Affalterbach has also promised to put the performance coupe on a diet, but it’s too soon to say how much fat the engineers will be able to cut compared to the regular GT R’s 1,655 kilograms (3,650 pounds) curb weight. … [Read more...] about Mercedes-AMG GT R Spied In Motion Testing Clubsport Package?
Other actions included the RAF having to ground surveillance jets because of inadequate maintenance, slashing the number of tank upgrades, and taking the hospital ship RFA Argus out of service in four years time. … [Read more...] about MoD bosses blow £6million to put off paying £3billion spy plane bill — just to keep accounts in the black
In other words, Porsche is dialing in the final adjustments for what should be a very lively machine. It wears updated front and rear fascias compared to the standard Cayman, and of course, there’s the massive wing at the back to help keep the mid-engined racer planted to the pavement. It will need all the aero help it can get, because the latest rumors say it could carry a detuned version of the epic 4.0-liter six from the 911 GT3. Porsche will reportedly keep the Cayman GT4 naturally aspirated, and as of right now, the GT3’s high-strung offering could be the best match. … [Read more...] about 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Spied Completely Uncovered At The ‘Ring
Privacy advocates were right all along: The costs of one of the most controversial spy programs revealed by Edward Snowden far outweighed its benefits. That’s obvious from a 103-page study of recent efforts to log, store, and search phone metadata––e.g., the time a call was made, its duration, and the phone numbers involved––about most calls that Americans made or received. … [Read more...] about The Costs of Spying
Any changes to the Levante’s exterior will be minor. Customers should expect reworked front and rear bumpers, updated headlights and taillights, and maybe a tweaked grille. While this Trofeo doesn’t have any of that, it’s still early in the development phase. We don’t expect the refreshed Maserati Levante to arrive until the second half of next year. … [Read more...] about Maserati Levante Trofeo Spied With 4.0-Liter V8, Covered Interior