New Car 2015: Acura NSX

Acura NSX

Acura NSX

Though it will likely be a 2016 model, Acura’s NSX will go on sale in 2015 and that’s good enough for us. Acura promises that the NSX will be a dynamic demon in spite of its hybrid powertrain. That shouldn’t be a problem, as it will combine a twin-turbo V6 with three additional electric motors, two of which will drive the front wheels individually. It should fill the original’s shoes in spirit if not in execution.

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Iconic Cars in Motoring History: BMW M1

BMW M1

BMW M1

The intention to build the sleek and unique supercar was purely for homologation, and in 1970, BMW partnered with Lamborghini to help bring it to life. Lambo jumped ship before production and BMW took over the entire project, bringing the rare cars to market from 1978 to 1981. Fewer than 500 were built and they’re still so sought after today that BMW still holds the M1 name sacred, as does the rest of the automotive world. We’ve seen it in the flesh and it is awesome.

Iconic Cars in Motoring History: 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

Widely considered to be one of the sexiest automobiles ever made, the car was not just a looker. Alfa produced the 33 as a roadgoing version of the racing Tipo 33 and introduced Alfa’s racing technology to the world. It clocked 60 mph in 5.5 seconds and topped out at a blistering 160 mph. Sadly, only 18 were made. If it looks familiar, it inspired the modern Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione. A beauty in its own right.

Iconic Cars in Motoring History: Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

The silky grand tourer was built from 1963-1965 and boasted a then-healthy 282 horsepower, enabling it to reach 145 mph at the top end and zero to sixty in around 7 seconds. Most importantly, the DB5 still stands as one of the most recognizable cars in the world. Instant panache for and respect to anyone lucky enough to own this rarity.