Autoweek in review: What you may have missedFri, 24 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Our friends over at Bring a Trailer found an found an unmodified fourth-generation Toyota Supra Turbo, which is almost as good as a priceless barn find that everyone only hears about but never sees. Check out the article, and the arguments over stock versus modified.
Executive editor Roger Hart left in the new Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee but returned empty-handed. Check out the full detail in the his review.
Mercedes-Benz revealed the new SL63 AMG during its Formula One tests at the Barcelona circuit in Spain. Through the use of an aluminum-and-magnesium structure, the car has managed to lose 276 pounds in its latest iteration.
A 1,000-hp Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R anyone? Check out the personal car of SP Engineering founder and owner Alex Shen.
Autoweek editors reviewed the 2012 GMC Acadia Denali. In need of a refresh, the three-row crossover received low marks for a high sticker price and its lackluster interior.
Bugatti will debut yet another edition of the Veyron, called the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. With 1,200 hp, the drop-top French hypercar will no doubt turn heads.
Who doesn't love good car crash-test footage? We put together our five favorite cringe-worthy crash-test videos. Check out the automotive carnage here.
How about a list of the greatest automobile museums in America? Contributor Ken Gross gives Autoweeka comprehensive list of must-see places for automobile fanatics.
The 2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara Ultimate Adventure Edition is a throwback to the past, but not in a good way, according to Autoweek editors. Click here for the details.
Ferrari teased the world with the latest glimpse of the new 599 successor. While the images are promising, Ferrari claims that this will be its most powerful road-going car to date. That sounds promising, indeed.
Autoweek editors review the 2012 Mercedes-Benz C250 coupe. Does it have the potential to dethrone the BMW 3-series? Check out the review for full details.
Back to his “red, white and blue” roots, Murliee Martin and the demons of Project Car Hell bring you the 1932 Franklin versus the 1932 Chevrolet sedan in the “Big Deuce Sedan Edition.”
By David Arnouts