Ford is off-the-wall crazy at the moment, and credit goes to their just-replaced CEO for allowing it. We’re talking about their enthusiast line-up. For a mainstream carmaker, they’ve come with exciting cars as exotic as the Ford GT all the way to as humble as the Ford Fiesta ST (neither of which are on sale in the GCC at the moment). In between, there are the Taurus SHO, Fusion Sport, Explorer Sport, Ranger Wildtrak, all the Mustang variants, Focus ST and the Focus RS. And while there is some hype surrounding the upcoming Bronco, Ford already has a much madder offroader in its arsenal —
As per their own words, Bentley has created the “ultimate accessory for the falconry enthusiast”, with the new Bentayga Falconry by Mulliner.
These images are supposedly renderings of the upcoming 2018 Toyota Prado that is expected to debut at the end of this summer.
Rolls-Royce has built a one-off bespoke Sweptail model for one of their customers. Apparently the manufacturer has been working for years with the customer building it.
The Chevrolet Lumina was a somewhat popular Australian-built rear-wheel-drive sedan sold in the Middle East for about a decade before it was gradually replaced by the Malibu. The big thing was it came in sporty Lumina S and SS trims, as well as in CSV CR8 forms, all based on Aussie-market Holden Commodore models. But while the facelifted version never came here, the car was offered in the United States as the Chevrolet SS. And the last one was just built.
Lexus recently launched the LC 500 and LC 500h for the UAE and the rest of the GCC market.
Confession time: I was mildly sceptical (and I’m certainly not alone here) of the Lamborghini Huracan Performante’s claimed 6min 52.01sec lap of the Nurburgring Nordschleife when it was announced a couple of months ago.
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