Following the leak of the picture of the new Fiesta a few days ago Ford have officially released their incredibly popular hatchback.
Feathered Throttle love Ford and love the Fiesta ST, so does the South African market! We jumping the gun here but we hope there is a Fiesta RS in the works!
Novitec is now turned their tuning wand to McLaren’s. Some of you may have seen the Novitec Ferrari F12 running around our local shores, or maybe you have heard it. That sound you confused for the apocalypse that fateful Saturday morning was actually that car, so not to worry.
In the unlikely event you have never heard of BeatsAudio, all you need to know is they were started in part by Dr. Dre, they’re owned by Apple and they are makers of some of the finest audio fashion accessories come average sounding headphones in the world.
McLaren is now offering 5 ‘Design Editions’ for their more manageable more everyday 570S sports car. Basically, their internal design team came up with 5 different specs that owners can order as a package for about $10000 (no word yet as to how much they will charge in Rands).
We have often ranted about the ever increasing model line-up of Merc and BMW, they fit ‘segments’ between segments and then cram a ‘new’ model inside those still. Can’t help but feel they may start doing lots of things averagely instead of the basics really well.
Last week Porsche unveiled its 2017 911 RSR at the L.A Auto Show. Looking at the picture it’s obvious to…
McLaren has released a teaser image of what they are calling a “the world’s first Hyper-GT”. The overview of the car indicates that it adopts the 3 seat layout of its much older sibling the infamous F1.
This ultra-luxurious Cabriolet joins the Mercedes sub-brand along with the existing S600 and S600 Pullman. We teased it yesterday on our Facebook page and unsurprisingly you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the existing S-Class Cabriolet and this, which isn’t necessary a bad thing.
Chris Harris chooses his Performance Car of 2016 in the November issue of Top Gear South Africa. If you don’t know who Chris Harris is, you may be a little lost and this is definitely not the website for you.