AutoComplete: Porsche built a rally-spec Cayman GT4 Clubsport
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Porsche took its awesome track-only Cayman GT4 Clubsport, whacked some bigger shocks and a light hood on it, and it's going rally.
Yeah, we're pretty close to hyperventilating here too.
The car is currently a one-off concept Will be driven by Romain Dumas at Rallye Deutschland later this month, and we can only imagine that it will be nothing less than incredible with its P2K gear box, naturally aspirated flat six, and sweet, sweet roof scoop.
Build more than one, Porsche, and let us have a go.
China is pumping the proverbial brakes on a shipment of US-built Mercedes Benz SUVs over an alleged problem with their not at all proverbial actual brakes.
The Chinese government is making a fuss over the rear brake system on the GLE and GLS SUVs, saying that they are unsafe, because they are insufficient, leaving everybody else to say?
It seems much more likely this move is a form of retaliation for the Trump Administration's tariffs.
Word around the campfire is that Ford is prepping two variants of Bronco SUVs for all those nerds who have been waiting for a new one since 1996.
One will allegedly be a real deal off-roader with body on frame construction and the other one, well, think of it as a nouveau Bronco II, which will probably be an angry looking little crossover built with Escape and Horror of horrors.
Here's to hoping Bronco fans don't end up as disappointed as the hardcore Blazer fans were earlier this year.
Find more on these stories over at The Roadshow.com.
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