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.
Few American cars are more recognizable than the Shelby Cobra. Now you can celebrate this iconic ride with the 50th Anniversary Shelby Cobra 427. Created to celebrate the golden anniversary of the Shelby Cobra 427, 50 of these special edition rides are being produced. They're available with either an aluminum or fiberglass bodies — the former available in polished aluminum or blue with white stripes, the latter only in blue/white — and features special gold badging, logos, and details, and will come with a CSX serial number reserved especially for this series.
Most cars roll off the lot and proceed to get slightly worse with every mile they drive, until they finally break or are mercifully driven into a wall/lake/lava pit. Teslas are not most cars, and the Tesla Roadster 3.0 Upgrade is a perfect example. This major update — to a car that hasn't even been made since 2012 — includes a new battery that provides 31% more energy than the original, improved aerodynamics, and new tires with less resistance. The result is a 40-50% improvement on range, meaning that where the prior version could make it around 250 miles, 3.0 upgraded cars will be able to roll at least 400 without needing to charge up.