Week in Motors: February 22, 2016

Jaguar’s fastest production car, Pagani unveils the 789-hp Huayra BC, world premiere of the 467-hp Lexus LC 500h, and we review the 2016 Chevy Colorado.

575-hp SVR is Jaguar’s fastest production vehicle


When Jaguar debuted their all-new F-TYPE two-seat roadster just a few years ago – inspired by the classic E-Type and replacing the convertible XK – heads certainly turned, securing the Indian owned, British manufactured Jaguar Cars back on the map.


New 789-hp Huayra BC supercar by Pagani

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BC stands for Benny Caiola, an Italian-American property mogul who was Pagani’s first customer. Caiola’s enthusiasm for the brand is reflected in the BC’s appearance, which is far more aggressive than the standard Huayra.


Lexus shifts gears with the 350-hp LC 500h hybrid


The LC was first revealed at the 2016 North America International Auto Show. Its styling, performance and craftsmanship position the vehicle as Lexus’ flagship coupe. Now, we get a glimpse at the 2018 LC 500h debuting next month in Geneva.


Review: 2016 Chevrolet Colorado

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General Motors brought new life to the compact pickup category last year by debuting the all new Chevrolet Colorado and its corporate cousin, the GMC Canyon, to the North American market. We take the 2016 Colorado for a week and test it out.


Bringing the latest news including release dates, pricing announcements, product updates. With some glossy concepts and special edition rides in the mix.