Previous photos of Liberty Walk’s Honda NSX failed to do the Japanese supercar justice. These images, however, perfectly highlight the car and all of its significant styling modifications.
Liberty Walk created its NSX with some help from Forgiato Wheels and even though the project is tame by the tuning company’s standards, this NSX is worlds apart from a standard one.
Eager to show off the sporty prowess of the Infiniti Q50, the automaker has released a somewhat-strange but undeniably creative commercial for the Japanese market.
The clip shows German racing driver Michael Krumm behind the wheel of a blue Q50 as he attempts to stay in the blue lines of a thin course painted in an empty parking lot. The only catch is that the course is a replica of an abstract painting created by a pig. Yes, you read that right.
Japanese Kei cars come in all shapes, and even if their sizes are largely dictated by the regulations to which they're made to conform, some are more spacious than others. Like the Daihatsu Move, for example.
The tall wagon with the small footprint was first introduced in 1995 with a design penned by the inimitable Giorgetto Giugiaro. Every four years or so, though, Daihatsu comes out with a new version. And this is the latest.
The R35-generation Nissan GT-R may be the fastest Godzilla ever, but in the collector car world, it is the Skyline R34 that has really surged in value in recent years. In particular, the various special edition models built during its production run.
Of all R34 models created, the GT-R Nismo Z-Tune remains the most valuable with some examples fetching in excess of $575,000 USD but just one step below the Z-Tune is the V-Spec II Nür Nismo R-Tune, reportedly limited to between 25 and 30 units.