Not quite a convertible but not a hard top either, the Targa top has been a staple of Porsche's 911 lineup since 1965. To celebrate this 50th anniversary, the Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS brings this open-air option to the GTS version for the very first time. Features include all-wheel drive, a 3.8L boxer engine producing 430hp and your choice of manual or PDK transmissions, a combination good for a top speed of 186 mph and a 0-60 time of just 4.1 seconds. You'll also find a sporty front fascia, 20-inch wheels, tinted Bi-Xenon headlights, a plush interior covered in black Alcantara, GTS badging, and, of course, the silver Targa bar.
After more than a decade of silence and 25 years since its inception, the NSX is back, and it might help re-establish Acura as a technical leader in the industry. This all-wheel-drive supercar features a mid-mounted twin-turbo V-6 engine, an aluminum frame, carbon fiber flooring, and three electric motors — one for each of the front wheels and a third for the midship engine — making it a true supercar hybrid. Designed from the inside out with a focus on the driver, the new NSX will be manufactured exclusively in Marysville, Ohio and ready for a global release later this year.
An all-new version of Ford's ubiquitous pickup can only mean one thing: an all-new version of its sinister off-road sibling. The new Ford F-150 Raptor improves on its predecessor in nearly every way, featuring a unique high-strength steel frame and a military-grade aluminum alloy body for an overall weight reduction of over 500 pounds, an all-new 3.5L EcoBoost engine that's more powerful that the prior model's massive 6.2L, 411hp V8. It also boasts a 10-speed transmission, an improved off-road driver assist system, bigger front and rear shocks, advanced LED lighting, a dual exhaust system, and new 17-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires for outstanding performance on or off the beaten path.