It seems like just yesterday that McLaren introduced the world-beating F1 in 1992. This colossal achievement in engineering was the fastest car in the world for many years, with a top speed of 240 miles per hour, and was limited to just 64 vehicles. It also made the trip from 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds. Fast forward to 2015, and the recently-introduced McLaren 570S just two weeks ago, and it happens to do 0-60mph in, you guessed it, 3.2 seconds.
I’ve always been a fan of the Infiniti G series, so it wasn’t a shock that I was excited to see a 2015 Infiniti Q60S in my driveway one Friday. With a manual transmission, naturally. While Infiniti’s new naming conventions confuse me, did the name change dilute what already was a good sports car? Hardly.
Coming down off of the Jaguar F-type review was going to be hard, but I was pleasantly surprised when a Scion FRS appeared in my driveway. It’s MSRP of just under $27k is very reasonable, and a simple, light, rear wheel drive sports car is never a bad thing. Was it everything I’d hoped for?
The alternate title of this article may as well be Zen and the art of driving. Nissan had a singular purpose for the 370Z, and focused it even more for the 2014 Nissan 370Z Nismo: Driving precision and enjoyment. The underlying basis of the car is performance. It definitely needs to be experienced on both the street and the track to understand it true nature.
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Here is our latest review. The 2014 370Z Nismo is a pure enthusiast car and I love it. You couldn’t ask for a more balanced and poised car. WIthout further ado, take a look at the video! Written review is coming very soon!
Pretty attractive package!