In any event, Tesla has successfully used the language in its disclaimers to distance itself from past accidents, and this latest disclaimer looks set to uphold that tradition. After all, it does explicitly state that the driver must have hands on the wheel, must be paying attention to the road, and must be prepared to take control of the vehicle.
BMW’s new M4 hasn’t even reached showrooms yet but the automaker has already revealed the first special edition.
BMW teamed up with New York-based fashion brand Kith to develop a custom M4 Competition coupe. Known as the M4 Competition x Kith, just 150 examples will be built for worldwide sale and the order books opened Friday.
2022 BMW M4 Competition x Kith
It’s priced from $110,245, including destination, and will be delivered in 2021 as a 2022 model. Considering the stock M4 Competition lists from $75,695, BMW is charging quite the premium for the version by Kith. We guess that’s the price you pay for fashion.
The unique touches to the vehicle were envisaged by Kith founder Ronnie Fieg, who owns an E30 M3 which he customized with some of the same mods you see here.
Custom E30 BMW M3 owned by Kith founder Ronnie Fieg
It starts with the
LOS ANGELES—The 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S is one of the best tickets for drivers who crave performance but who also have to make concessions to practicality. We know the Mercedes-AMG GT Coupe and Roadster are amazing two-seaters, but if indeed you need to haul another set of passengers, jump over to the Mercedes GT 4-Door Coupe—a fierce four-seater with a deep hatchback cargo bay that’s now available in four flavors. Choices range from the GT 43 (362 horsepower, 369 lb-ft of torque) to the GT 53 (429 hp, 384 lb-ft), GT 63 (577 hp, 590 lb-ft) to the top-dog 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S tested here, and which packs 630 horses under its hood.
Few four-door super sports cars will thrill you like the 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S. Its steering is precise, its suspension is super stiff, and it can devour asphalt like a kid in a