Gallery → 2004 VW Golf R32
About the R32..
The Golf GTI, the original hot hatch GTI of the early 1980s, had seen multiple incarnations by the time the 4th generation Golf was introduced. It had gone from a very lightweight, simple 1.8 liter I4 engined, 1st generation GTI, over the more technically advanced 8 and 16 valve engine varieties in the 2nd generation GTIs, to the bigger, heavier 3rd generation GTI, and even more portly 4th generation GTI. Along the way the power-to-weight ratio of the GTI had gone from interesting to intolerant. Continue reading Blueberry \\ 2004 VW Golf R32
Gallery → 2010 Corvette ZR1
About the C6 ZR1..
For the 2009 model year of the 6th generation Corvette, the C6, GM introduced its then highest horsepower production car with the ZR1, an iconic model name previously used on the 3rd and 4th generation Corvettes. Nicknamed the Blue Devil after the then CEO of GM, Rick Wagoner’s, alma mater Duke University, the ZR1 was intended to push the performance of the C6 into proper supercar territory. Continue reading The big bad Z \\ 2010 Corvette ZR1
Gallery → 2013 Corvette 427
About the C6 427..
With the production of the 6th generation Corvette coming to a close in 2013, GM decided to make their fastest and most powerful convertible Corvette yet. It’s not a Z06, and it’s not a Grand Sport; it’s the 427. The swan song of the 6th generation, with a limited production run of only one year, and also the last 6th generation Corvette to roll of the assembly line. Continue reading Big Blue \\ 2013 Corvette 427