The rumors were true: Bentley will be debuting the car you see here, the 2013 Continental GT Speed, at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. And while it doesn’t look all that different (if at all) from a standard Conti GT, the changes under the hood are what sets this big coupe apart from its kin. Take notice: With a top speed of 205 miles per hour, this is the fastest production car that Bentley has ever produced.
That outrageous top end comes courtesy of some extra grunt from the twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 engine. Overall output has been increased by 49 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque, meaning there’s a whopping 616 hp and 590 lb-ft on tap. A new close-ratio, eight-speed automatic transmission has been employed to manage all that power (which is still sent to all four wheels), and all in, the Continental GT Speed will sprint to 60 miles per hour in four seconds flat._ SOURCE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Ladies and gents, meet the production-spec Aston Martin Vanquish. Sure you got a sneak peek earlier today, but we now have a complete gallery with high resolution photos, a video and of course, the full details on the car that replaces the DBS.
The key word to remember with the new Vanquish is evolution as the name may have changed, but the rest of the car is closely related to the DBS.
That doesn’t mean Aston Martin hasn’t made important changes to the Vanquish that borrows its name from the DBS’ predecessor built between 2001 and 2007 starting with the stiffer, fourth generation VH bonded aluminum monocoque chassis._ SOURCE FOR MORE INFORMATION
The image above is of a new 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 prototype which just recently sold for $300,000. This is a one of a kind concept and it was purchased at an auction. At first most thought this car would not be street legal but some modifications can be made to hit the road. For more info click here.