The new Corvette and Dodge’s SRT Viper were noticeably missing from the show. However, while DC doesn’t have the pomp and circumstance of Detroit, it still had plenty of cars to ogle.
The FR-S From Scion, making driving fun again for great value. One of the hottest cars of the year.
Snappy red stitching and paddle shifters for a car in the sub $26,000 range? Sign us up.
Vroooooom Vrooooom! Or should we say Hrrrrrrmmmmm Hrrrrrrrrrmmmmmmm?
Ford has been busy with a bit of restyling, much of the new line looks angry, and seems to have taken some styling cues from Aston. The Fusion, the Focus and the Fiesta all share this aggressive looking front end.
More great styling from Ford.
Maxxis Tires, FOX Racing suspension, matte black, green accents, this thing is hot!
V10, Satin Grey, 525 hp @ 8000 rpm, 391 lb-ft. @ 6500 RPM, 0-60 in 3.7 seconds.
Lexus wont let you get close enough to breathe on it, and perhaps rightfully so. At $375,000 we don’t think we would want greasy little digits all over our supercar either.
The interior looks like a fantastic place to be.
Volvo Said they would never produce this little gem. 227 HP @5000 RPM, 236 lb-ft of torque at 1500-5000 RPM. The Hot Polestar is now available to the masses. Get one while you can, they are only producing 250.
Such a fantastic little thing.
Perhaps the best looking car at the show, Jaguar has hit a home run with the F Type. Amazingly beautiful.
Sorry, you will have to indulge us, we like pretty shiny things.
Incredibly comfortable, more so than your favorite couch. Beautiful attention to detail. Orange anodized paddle shifters.
The lines on this car are just phenomenal, and the rear; Jaguar got this one spot on.
Aston’s V12 Vanquish thunderous heart.
Carbon details on the Aston V12 Vanquish
Besides the F Type, the SLS had to be the the highlight of the show. Naturally aspirated 6.3 liter V8, gull wing doors, fantastic styling.