Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupe, Nissan Juke-R, BMW 5-Series: This Week’s Top Photos
Porsche was spotted testing a new variant of its Cayenne Coupe this week. It appears the automaker is readying a Cayenne GTS Coupe to help bridge the performance gap between the S and Turbo.
2021 Lexus LC
Lexus continues to fine tune its LC to keep the luxurious grand tourer looking and feeling fresh. The automaker this week introduced a fresh round of updates, though sadly there was no word still on a high-performance LC F variant.
Nissan Juke-R – Photo credit: James Edition/VDM Cars
Remember the GT-R-powered Nissan Juke-R from early last decade? Just five examples of the 690-horsepower beast were built and one of them came up for sale this week.
Brent Cheney’s 2005 Mini Cooper S racing simulator build
Some budding builder turned a Mini left for dead into a dream racing sim rig. This week we posted a detailed gallery outlining the transformation.
2021 BMW 5-Series Touring facelift spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
A fresh look and new tech should soon grace BMW’s 5-Series range as part of a mid-cycle update. A prototype for the updated 5-Series wagon was spotted this week.
HyperPower QFM-360-X 1,341-horsepower electric motor
An Australian company by the name of HyperPower Technologies has developed a 1,340-horsepower electric motor that’s scalable, meaning multiple units can be mounted to a common shaft for huge power generation. The company said the motor could be used for future hypercar applications.
Genius Garage to turn a 2007 Porsche Boxster S into a W Motors Lykan Hypersport
And finally, a team in Ohio plans to build a replica of the $3.4 million Lykan Hypersport out of an old Porsche Boxster. It’s using a 2007 Boxster S as the donor vehicle and a Lykan Hyperport fiberglass body shell originally developed for the “Fast and the Furious” live action show.