Lets get straight to the point, the new 2015 Mini Cooper S ($TBA) will take 2.3 seconds off the 0-60 time of the current Mini Cooper Hardtop. The engine that allows it to do this is a 2.0 liter Overhead Cam Twin Power Turbo. The 189 horsepower engine will get the new Mini to 60mph in 6.5 seconds. The new Cooper also features 3 driving modes: Standard, Sport, and Green mode, satellite shifting, a heads up display, park assistant and much more. Expect the 2015 Mini Cooper to be available March 2014.
British supercar giant, Aston Martin, has recently released news of the 2019 Aston Martin RapidE All-Electric Supercar ($255,000). Just 2 years after the release of the concept model, The RapidE will be the brands first all-electric model. Production will start in 2019 and will be limited to just 155 cars. It will feature the iconic ...[Read More]