These five-cylinder engines combined the efficiency of a four-cylinder with the power of a six-cylinder, resulting in lighter and more compact engine packages. A turbocharged version was a sensation.Read more
The TT RS is clearly the flagship of the TT model series. The muscular sheet metal body, tautly curved surfaces, and sharp lines give an impression of sculpture in motion. From the side, the 18-inch wheels, large brakes, and flared wheel openings of the TT RS instantly catch the eye.Read more
It’s a hardtop (Coupé) which means it offers the TT’s usual choice of practicality or al fresco thrills. Our version has the TFSI 2.5-litre turbocharged five-cylinder petrol engine, which pumps out – wait for it – a mighty 395bhp.Read more
Justin Dugan chats virtually with owner Ryan C. from the Vegas area to find out which parts were first on his list and why. The video, along with Ryan’s corresponding build page gives muscle car enthusiasts food for thought when it comes to customizing their own ride at home.Read more
2021-11-14 Wayne Taylor Racing’s Ricky Taylor fights to the final turns, but comes up short in IMSA championship contestAcura secures Michelin Endurance Cup for long-distance events; Wayne Taylor Racing takes drivers’ and teams’ endurance titlesMagnus with Archangel finishes sixth in GTD with their Acura NSX GT3 EvoAfter 10 months…Read more
There’s a massive new edition of Unique Cars mag out now, number 454, JUNE 2021 – including your annual Japanese classic car value guide. As with all guides, it includes pages of real-world data, put together by Unique Cars expert valuer, Cliff Chambers. Cliff interviews four current Mitsubishi Starion Turbo owners…Read more
Ferrari V6 Twin Turbo plug-in hybrid supercar unveiled, the 2021 296 GTB mid-rear-engined two-seater Berlinetta.
The 2021 296 GTB is the Italian firm’s first road car to come with a V configuration 6-cylinder Twin Turbo Hybrid engine, delivering 830hp total power output. Powering the new model is an all-new, 120-degree twin-turbocharged V6 engine, displacing 3.0 litres – though Ferrari brands the 2992cc engine as a 2.9-litre unit,…Read more