Posted on Fri 23 January 2015

Speaking of volume, the luggage compartment is another difference, as it is about 20 percent larger in the 911 (993) thanks to a redesigned front suspension. Drivetrain The biggest novelties consisted of an all-new engine control unit and a dual-flow exhaust system that now came with two catalytic converters instead of only one on the 964. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/porsche/1993-1998-porsche-911-993-ar167024.html

Video: Jay Leno Takes His 1925 Brough Superior S100 Out For A Spin

A recent episode of the web series proved as much when Leno featured one of the oldest bike roadsters in the world, the 1925 Brough Superior SS100 . Yep. the Brough Superior is celebrating its 90th birthday this year but the model Leno has in his collection certainly doesn’t look the part of a 90-year old bike. For one, it still runs pretty good, which is a testament itself to the incredible engineering and development Brough did on the bike when it first came out back in 1925. Some of the parts of the bike aren’t new and that doesn’t come as a surprise. http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-news/video-jay-leno-takes-his-1925-brough-superior-s100-out-for-a-spin-ar167284.html

Chevrolet Malibu

As far as fuel economy goes, the Malibu Turbo returns 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, while the base model is good for 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway. Prices With the 2015 Malibu priced from $22,465, expect the facelifted model to fetch more than $23,000 in base guise. Competition Toyota Camry The 2015 model year marked the introduction of the refreshed version of the current-generation Toyota Camry, which was unveiled at the 2014 New York Auto Show. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/chevrolet/2016-chevrolet-malibu-ar167224.html

Porsche 911 (993)

It looks like Audi’s high-performance RS range could embrace electrification soonish. Speaking with Top Gear at the launch of the new RS3, Quattro GmbH Technical Director Stephan Reil discussed the work his division has been doing with hybridization as a means to enhance performance, but his remarks suggest it could be a while longer before we see an RS e-tron. “We know that it could give us more in terms of straight line performance," Reil told Top Gear. "But it is not just about straight-line performance. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-news/audi-wants-rs-hybrids-in-the-next-generation-ar167265.html

Speaking of volume, the luggage compartment is another difference, as it is about 20 percent larger in the 911 (993) thanks to a redesigned front suspension. Drivetrain The biggest novelties consisted of an all-new engine control unit and a dual-flow exhaust system that now came with two catalytic converters instead of only one on the 964. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/porsche/1993-1998-porsche-911-993-ar167024.html

Video: Jay Leno Takes His 1925 Brough Superior S100 Out For A Spin

A recent episode of the web series proved as much when Leno featured one of the oldest bike roadsters in the world, the 1925 Brough Superior SS100 . Yep. the Brough Superior is celebrating its 90th birthday this year but the model Leno has in his collection certainly doesn’t look the part of a 90-year old bike. For one, it still runs pretty good, which is a testament itself to the incredible engineering and development Brough did on the bike when it first came out back in 1925. Some of the parts of the bike aren’t new and that doesn’t come as a surprise. http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-news/video-jay-leno-takes-his-1925-brough-superior-s100-out-for-a-spin-ar167284.html

Chevrolet Malibu

As far as fuel economy goes, the Malibu Turbo returns 21 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, while the base model is good for 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway. Prices With the 2015 Malibu priced from $22,465, expect the facelifted model to fetch more than $23,000 in base guise. Competition Toyota Camry The 2015 model year marked the introduction of the refreshed version of the current-generation Toyota Camry, which was unveiled at the 2014 New York Auto Show. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/chevrolet/2016-chevrolet-malibu-ar167224.html

Porsche 911 (993)

It looks like Audi’s high-performance RS range could embrace electrification soonish. Speaking with Top Gear at the launch of the new RS3, Quattro GmbH Technical Director Stephan Reil discussed the work his division has been doing with hybridization as a means to enhance performance, but his remarks suggest it could be a while longer before we see an RS e-tron. “We know that it could give us more in terms of straight line performance," Reil told Top Gear. "But it is not just about straight-line performance. http://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-news/audi-wants-rs-hybrids-in-the-next-generation-ar167265.html

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