Ever want to own a 627 horsepower Mustang GT with Richard Petty’s signature on the dashboard? That might be an interesting item if the owner is ever pulled over for speeding. At any rate, Ford and Petty’s Garage have teamed up to build a limited edition GT with a Ford Racing/Roush supercharger. AC/DC’s Brian Johnson has ordered the first one. The car will be built in two stages with the Stage 1 version limited to 100 units, and the second will total just 43 units. The Stage 2 units will offer an upgraded suspension and brakes, special paint and exclusive three piece forged aluminum wheels. The Petty’s Garage Stage 1 will carry an MSRP of $62,210 with the Stage 2 coming in at a rather pricey $92,210. It is one mean looking Mustang.
The first real look at the QX30 concept has been released by Infinity ahead of the vehicle’s world premiere at the Geneva show. Its maker said the concept “hints at a future premium compact vehicle …” We should lean more on March 3.
A 2006 Cadillac DTS with just 20,000 miles on the clock has been auctioned off for $122,500 with the proceeds going to an Omaha charity. If you think that is a lot of money for a nine model year old Caddy, you also have to know who its prior owner is – Warren Buffett.
Bloomberg reports that Apple hopes start production of its electric car in 2020. Various reports say Apple has hundreds of people working on the project.