2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S, Lamborghini SCV12, Mercedes-AMG One: This Week’s Top Photos

Porsche has a new generation of its 911 Turbo S out, and we took a spin this week. The car packs 640 horsepower, or enough to run the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds, and it has one of the sexiest rears of any car in production right now.

2021 Porsche 718 GTS 4.0

Porsche also announced some updates to the 718 sports car line for 2021. Among the updates is availability of a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission on the 4.0-liter 718 variants, including the hardcore 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Boxster Spyder.

Teaser for Lamborghini SCV12 debuting in summer 2020

Teaser for Lamborghini SCV12 debuting in summer 2020

Lamborghini revealed the first photos of its Aventador-based SCV12 track car. The new car, which packs more than 830 hp, is due this summer and could be the last Lamborghini V-12 without turbocharging or electrification.

2021 Ford F-150

2021 Ford F-150

Ford unveiled a new generation of its best-selling F-150 for 2021. The

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These Archival MG Photos Remind Us Why British Cars Are So Charming

We’ve daydreamed lately about classic cars, even more so than usual. Whether it’s just summertime wistfulness or the siren’s call of Bring a Trailer, we can’t get enough of the vintage stuff. Specifically, MG and its many Lilliputian sports cars have us in a nostalgic tizzy, owing to their adorable and ever-eager demeanor and endless accessibility. Plus, is it just us, or have the MGA and MGB only gotten more beautiful with age?

Regardless, we couldn’t help ourselves from putting together a set of MG-specific photos as part of our ongoing archival deep dive series. We didn’t limit ourselves to any particular model, but most of this is of the post-war variety. As always, we picked out a few of our favorites, but make sure you don’t miss the full gallery.

Ferrari 330 P4 and MG MGB

Imagine the sound the MG MGB driver

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