Where both manufacturers differ from any other manufacturer is that RWB specialises in Porsche only while Liberty Walk offer multiple kits for across the supercar spectrum, ranging from Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, the mighty GT-R, Mustangs, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Maserati and well pretty much anything else. If they don’t have it, they will design it for you.
The ‘facelift’ Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is everything the car world guessed it would be, expecting the F12 M to have more power, a faster gearbox and revised interior. Oh and obviously new looks. We got all that but we almost got something we didn’t expect, a name change.
Much has been learnt from the BC meaning that the Roadster is more powerful, lighter and faster than the Coupe.
Did you know that Fiat has a bakkie range called the Fullback?
From a single cab workhorse all the way through to a luxury double cab model. They pretty much go head to head with all the beloved Ranger and Hilux models. Good luck!
Ford’s sixth-generation Mustang has scored just two out of a possible five stars in the Euro NCAP crash test, the first time since 2008 such a low score has been handed out to a major automaker by Europe’s main safety body. That’s really not good, considering that most supercar fail videos begin, end and are mostly comprised of tail happy Mustangs mounting pavements like horny Jack Russells.
This post is not about whether the car is any good to drive or if it’s more value for money than, for example, Steers’ Wacky Wednesday. We have not done one bit of research into this car whatsoever, it may run on happy thoughts like kids from Neverland, who knows, but honestly WTF is up with this car’s styling?
The car world was all a buzz when they got their first glimpse of the new Ford GT, even more so when the application process placed emphasis on prospective buyers social media influence.
So obviously, as is the way with the Supercar ecosystem, Lamborghini had to bring out a more powerful S version of their big V12.
Ferrari has, out the blue, announced a limited run car celebrating 50 years of selling cars in the Japan. Based on a 488 Spider this J50 is more than a special paint job and some seat embroidery, it’s a whole different animal.
Every now and then someone with a bucket load of money wants a new Ferrari but doesn’t quite feel they can spec it enough to be it unique. Thank goodness Ferrari’s Special Projects team can come to the rescue and build them a bespoke variant of any one of its current crop of cars.