It’s a pretty great world we live in – Porsche now offers 19 versions of the 911, and many more are in the works. The latest, falling right in between the Carrera S and the hardcore GT3, is the new GTS, which can be had as a coupe or convertible, with or without all-wheel drive. We take the new offering for a spin, and find it to offer the best of all worlds. This is the 911 to buy, folks.
We can tell you all day long how a car makes us feel, with our behind-the-wheel impressions. But what about biometric data? How does driving a car affect what our body is doing? In the latest episode of Translogic, we find out, with host Jonathon Buckley hooked up to biometric screening equipment while piloting a Lexus RC F around Palm Beach Raceway in Florida.
According to a pair of new reports, Ford has one heck of a plan for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show in January. If these rumors prove true, we could see a Shelby GT350R, Ford GT successor, F-150 Raptor, and even new versions of the Fiesta ST and Focus RS at the Motor City expo. Consider our fingers and toes crossed.
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