2015 Ford Edge


The car that helped define the crossover segment gets a big update for 2015 with the next generation Ford Edge. The versatile crossover gets an aggressive new design, the latest Ford driver-assist technologies, and it will be the first Ford with an EcoBoost engine, standard.

Launching next year, the all-new Edge will arrive with two engine models: a 2.0L 245-hp four-cylinder EcoBoost and a 2.7L 300+ hp V6 EcoBoost in the Edge Sport. The car will feature a whole host of new tech including Active Grille Shutters to help stop air resistance, adaptive cruise control, adaptive steering technology, start-stop engine tech, a 180-degree camera with washer, Ford's signature hands-free liftgate, side parking sensors, 20-inch wheel options, and much more.



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2015 Mercedes CLS


Merc's curvy four-door coupe gets a brand new face for 2015 and a whole host of new gadgets including what's sure to be the car's killer app, an all-new innovative LED-based headlight system.

The CLS's MUlTIBEAM 24-LED system is a headlamp that takes the latest and greatest lighting technologies with the ability to adjust it to any traffic situation brightly illuminating what should be illuminated without blinding other drivers. The headlamp also features a multifunction optical fiber that acts as a daytime running lamp, turn signal, and a welcome light that illuminates with a blue hue when the car is opened. The car will also sport a 9 speed transmission with hydrodynamic torque converter and a variety of engine options will be available including a range-topping CLS63 that produces 585 hp.



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Bentley Continental GT3-R


Coming off their huge win in Silverstone, Bentley announces a street-legal version of their GT3 racer with the fastest accelerating Bentley ever produced, the GT3-R.

The Continental might be a big GT, but the engineers have retuned the car's 4.0L V8 and have accomplished a 3.6 second 0-60 time, which is one hell of an engineering feat for such a large coupe. The GT3-R can produce 572 hp and can reach a top speed of 170 mph. Also contributing to the car's performance is a loss in overall weight as the car is 100 kg lighter than their stock GT V8S. All the cars will be painted in a gloss white finish with green accents and will be limited to 300 examples worldwide.


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Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo


Forget Geneva or Detroit, Gran Turismo has become the epicenter for the latest and greatest concepts that aren't just eye candy for the masses, but concepts you can actually drive...digitally, of course.

The latest contribution to the Vision Gran Turismo series is a wild concept from Nissan called Concept 2020. Conceived by a team from the company's European design division, the 2020 made such an impact that Nissan's Technical Centre took notice and provided input on the creation. Only time will tell if this is the face of the new GT-R, but with all the excitement from Nissan Japan we can only assume it definitely is a big hint of what's to come. See the car in motion after the jump and drive it yourself when it's available in Gran Turismo 6 next month.



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Porsche 911 Carrera S Martini Racing Edition


After a sixteen year absence, Porsche has made a big comeback to the 24 hours of Le Mans and they're celebrating the occasion with one of the most iconic liveries to ever hit the racetrack with the Martini Racing Edition.

The bold Martini treatment evokes the famous Porsche racecars from the 70s and will be available on a black or white 911 Carrera S and features an aerodynamic kit that includes a front apron and a fixed rear spoiler as well as interior accents decorated in the Martini colors. The car also has a sport design steering wheel and Sport Chrono package standard. Under the hood is Porsche's 3.8L flat six that produces 400 hp and is capable of 0-62 in 4.1 seconds. The Martini Racing Edition will begin to rollout globally this month with additionally launches worldwide in August and October.


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2015 BMW X6


BMW's "Sport Utility Coupe" gets a redesign for the 2015 model year and it has arrived with an aggressive new design that touts more power, and even more space. Though its design may have been considered polarizing, fans of the car have spoken and they've made their presence felt with sales of over 250,000 X6s globally so it looks like the X6 is definitely here to stay.

New to the second generation model is a much stronger and athletic look that follows the styling of the recent BMW design language. A new, twin circular headlight design complements the bold kidney grille and can be spec'd with standard Xenons or the optional LED headlights. Behind the grille is two new engine options: a 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo inline 6 which is available in the xDrive35i and the new rear-wheel-drive sDrive35i. Both cars are capable of a 0-60 time of six seconds. The top of the line model will boast BMW's latest V8 in xDrive50i which is a 4.4L TwinPower Turbo V8 that produces 445 hp and a 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds. The 2015 X6 is due to hit showrooms later this year.



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2015 Mini 5 Door


The Mini gets even roomier and more passenger friendly with a 5-door variant of the popular compact. The company has stretched the car by 72 millimetres, adding three seats in the rear, more headroom, legroom, cargo space, and of course a rear backrest with 60:40 split.

Power comes from two gas engines which include a 136-hp 3-cylinder and a 192-hp 4-cylinder. Outside the US, the Mini 5 Door will get two turbo diesel engine options and all models will have a choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed Steptronic transmission. Inside is the overhauled dash that debuted in the two-door with its standard 4.4" display or optional 8.8" display for all your navigation and entertainment. The car will also offer an array of driver assistance packages, LED lighting throughout the exterior, and alloy wheel options up to 18 inches.



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Volkswagen GTI Roadster Vision Gran Turismo


Sony's Gran Turismo has become an incredible showcase for concepts, digitally you can do anything you want and carmakers like Mercedes Benz and BMW have taken full advantage of this. The latest concept comes from Volkswagen with their GTI Roadster, a two-seat open-top that is powered by a 3L twin-turbo V6 that puts out 503 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque. All that powered is mated to a seven-speed DSG that is accompnied with a 4MOTION all-wheel-drive system. As for speed? The roadster can hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 192 mph.


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Google's Self Driving Car

The self-driving car has been a holy grail for many companies and Google is hoping to finally be the one that gets it right. The company has revealed a prototype with no steering wheel or pedals, you let the car do 100% of the work. Check out the video above to see Google's driver-less prototype in action.


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Caterham Kamui Kobayashi Seven 250 R


What could be better than a Caterham Seven 250 R? How about a Caterham Seven designed by their own racing driver, Kamui Kobayashi. The special edition Seven will be limited to 10 examples and is exclusive to Japan and will feature a number of performance tweaks chosen by Kobayashi including carbon fiber interior trim, carbon fiber front wing and rear protectors, and 13-inch diamond cut black wheels. Power comes from a 1.6L Ford Sigma engine gets the Seven from 0-60 in 5.9 seconds and tops out a 112 mph.


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