Supercars

Supercars

Luxury, speed, hi-tech and power: Our thrilling lifestyle magazine Supercars sets the stage for the most expensive, most prestigious and fastest vehicles in the world. Whether it’s luxurious sports cars from well-known brands like AMG, Bentley or Lamborghini or extravagant vehicles from lesser-known manufacturers such as KTM, Radical or Caterham: Supercars presents them all.

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  • Maserati

    Bora, Merak, Khamsin oder Ghibli - berühmte Namen, die eingefleischten Maserati-Fans wie Musik in den Ohren klingen. Besonders Modelle aus den 60er und 70er Jahren stehen hoch im Kurs. Was ist so besonders an den Autos mit dem Dreizack? Ursprung allen Erfolgs war die Rennleidenschaft der Gebrüder Maserati. Seit der Firmengründung 1914 fahren Alfieri und Ernesto Maserati mit einem selbst gebauten Rennwagen Siege ein. Die frühen Rennboliden, wie der 400 PS starke 450S, verlangen dem Fahrer alles ab. Renngrößen wie Stirling Moss, Tazio Nuvolari oder Alberto Ascari machen die Marke aus Modena zum Gegner Nummer Eins für Ferrari und Mercedes

  • Birth of a New Legend

    Aston Martin's DB series is legendary. Each of these cars proudly carries the initials of David Brown, the man who brought new glory to Aston Martin after World War II. With the new DB 11, Aston Martin heads towards the future at full throttle. It replaces the outdated DB 9 from 2004 and is equipped with a 5.2 liter biturbo V12 engine, which was completely developed in-house. For the very first time, the interior features the latest generation Comand Infotainment System, which was developed by Mercedes. The Aston Martin DB 11 is a dream car wholly in line with David Brown's philosophy.

  • La Dolce Vita

    In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Maserati rewarded itself with a beautiful coupe called Maserati Alfiere. But that's not all. The company invites to a trip from Bologna to Turin featuring the most beautiful models from the last decades. Supercars takes part in this trip with a Granturismo MC Stradale.

  • Porsche 911 GTS

    The Porsche 911 GTS is the latest model in the iconic 911 sports car range. With an output of 430 HP it closes the gap between the S model and the GT3. Supercars gets the chance to take a ride in the new Porsche 911 GTS in California. Plus: The Roding Roadster is a small series lightweight sports car from Bavaria and uses technology from BMW under its bonnet.

  • Four Seatbelts for a Halleluja

    The Porsche Panamera Turbo S is the most dynamic sedan in the world. No other car finds the perfect balance between calm gliding on the one hand and extreme performance on the other hand. 570 hp, 3,8 seconds from zero to 100 km/h and a top speed of 310 km/h are impressive performance data for this big car. Plus: the Jaguar XJR with a 550 hp V8 engine and the Mercedes CLS 500.

  • Italian Stallion

    He is one of the most exciting sportscars in the world: the Ferrari 458 Speciale. A screaming racecar for the street, a car that puts your nervs on permanent fire. To drive this rolling thunder is unforgetable. Also in this show. The Mc Laren 650S, a car as fast as the Ferrari but quiet more on the technical than on the emotional side.

  • Gentlemen Racer

    Most people associate Aston Martin with James Bond, luxury, style and elegance or real men. The Vantage N430 is a sports car that makes you feel the heritage of British racecars. It is elegant, fast, comes with a marvelous sound and a design which reminds you of Aston Martin's racing successes from the past. Also on this episode: Supercars checks out the Bentley GTC Speed.

  • Porsche GT3 Streetracer

    For Porsche fans, it's the ultimate fusion of road suitability and race track compatibility: the Porsche 911 GT3. With its 475 hp engine and a maximum torque of 440 Newton-meters, it accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. Supercars introduces you to the world of the Porsche GT3.

  • World of Ferrari

    Nowadays you associate Bentley with elegance and luxury. But ever since its establishment in 1919, the British brand enjoys successes in motorsports as well. With only 300 examples produced the Continental GT3-R is Bentley's most sporty ordinary car ever. The performance is improved, the weight is reduced, and the price secondary. It's a car in the spirit of the unforgotten 'Bentley Boys'.

  • Bentley Continental GT3-R

    The T in the name of the Ferrari California T stands for Turbo. And that’s quite unusual for a brand like Ferrari. In fact, the facelifted California T is the first Ferrari to have a turbo engine under its hood since the legendary F40 which was built until 1992. But even a manufacturer like Ferrari can’t avoid some downsizing, if they want to keep up with environmental requirements.

  • Porsche Killers

    Often copied, never matched: For more than 50 years, the Porsche 911 has been one of the best sports cars in the world. But competitors still try to take the crown from this automobile icon. Supercars shows you two serious rivals that try to compete with the Porsche 911 both visually and in terms of costs: The Jaguar F-Type R with 550 hp and the Mercedes AMG GTS.

  • World of Tesla

    The Tesla Model S is the world's first premium sedan that was developed as an electric car from scratch. Tesla showed the world that electric mobility can be sexy and almost more important: it works. Reason enough for Supercars to take a closer look at the brand Tesla. Plus: Supercars checks out the 700 hp Model S D which is powered by two electric engines.

  • Open Air Feeling

    For the first time ever, the Mercedes C-Class is available as a cabriolet. The C43 AMG acts as the entry-level model to the AMG open-air world. Its Sport Plus mode offers a throaty sound, a power output of 367 hp and a maximum torque of 520 Nm. With the 718 Boxster, Porsche offers an entry-level cabriolet, too: The S model features a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with an output of 350 hp.

  • New Chapter

    These two cars open up a new market segment. Bentley treads new paths and presents the first SUV in the 100-year history of the company. With the new Bentayga, Bentley targets customers that already have everything. It's the first luxury SUV on the market and comes with the finest materials and a marvelous V12 engine. Range Rover, however, takes a different approach. With the Evoque Cabriolet, the British brand combines two segments that don't really fit together. Yet if SUVs are driving through the city, it should really be topless.

  • From Dusk till Dawn

    Through the night with the most expensive Porsche 911 Cabriolet: The 911 Turbo S Cabriolet is an all-rounder worth 220.000 Euros. It's timelessly elegant, is equipped with an 180 hp engine and usually still more cruiser than a sports device. When the Rolls Royce Dawn opens its top at dawn, it also opens a new chapter in the success story of Rolls Royce. With a basic price of 330.000 Euros, it's the ultimate status symbol. Two supercars as different as day and night.

  • Sports Cars in a Suit

    Stylish luxury limousines are the perfect cars for long-distance routes, but they can do so much more than just calmly driving hundreds of kilometers. They are muscle packed athletes, craving for maximum speed. The Audi RS7 Performance comes with a 605 hp 4-litre V8 engine, which enables the limousine to reach a speed of more than 300 km/h. Plus: A look at the second generation Porsche Panamera.

  • Powerful Estates

    If you started a family and had to say goodbye to your beloved sports car, there's no reason to cry, because you can still get a bit of a racing feeling with a station wagon. The E 63 S AMG T with its 585 HP V8 biturbo engine is as fast as a sports car and can take your family wherever they want. Plus: The Audi RS6 and the G-Power M5 Hurricane can dry your tears as well.

  • Italian Superstars

    What do men dream of at night? Do they dream of V8 or V10 engines, aggressive bulls or rearing horses, Lamborghini or Ferrari? Supercars has both of them and speeds up with the cabriolets amongst the supercars. Lamborghini Huracán Spyder and Ferrari 488 Spider do not just look good; Once they unleash their 610 and 670 horses, there is no stopping.

  • Sedan Offensive

    They are unconventional, they aren't mass phenomena, but in terms of price, they are proper alternatives to the long-established competition. These sedans fight their way to the top from the rear of the field. The Volvo S90 offers Scandinavian elegance and a high level of security features. Jaguar enters the race with its performance sedan XF-S and Cadillac provides American luxury with the CT6.

  • High Society

    Extreme output and extravagant luxury turn regular cars into supercars. When it comes to luxury, there is no way around British makes. Rolls-Royce and Bentley are the ultimate status icons. Those who prefer it the sportive way can enjoy a greater choice: Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and McLaren fight for the title of the best sports car. Supercars presents the cars for the high society.

  • Mighty Convertibles

    The Audi R8 Spyder is the most extreme convertible from the four-ring brand. Its 5.2 liter V10 engine accelerates the open two-seater from 0 to 100 in 3.6 seconds. Accompanied by breathtaking sound and tremendous performance, the R8 Spyder is the perfect symbioses of sportiness and open-air driving pleasure.

  • AMG GT R - The Beast of The Green Hell

    It is one of the most spectacular automotive campaigns of the last ten years: 'The Beast of the Green Hell'. Stars of the video are four-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton and one of the most spectacular super sports cars in a long time: the Mercedes-AMG GT R. The clip is filmed at the Nürburgring and in a 'green hell' in a jungle in Thailand, with Hollywood-like effort going into the production. The Beast of the Green Hell shows the breathtaking ride of the Mercedes-AMG GT R through the Green Hell of the Nürburgring and the green hell of the jungle in Thailand - it's a spot that pushes viewers into their seats, just like the incredible power of the GT R does to its driver while

  • Performance SUVs

    With its Macan Turbo, Porsche sets the benchmark in the SUV segment. The optional performance package increases the output from 400 to 440 HP. A serious competitor bears the Maserati brand. With the Levante, die Italian carmaker wants to stir up the competitive market for sporty SUVs.

  • V8 Fascination

    It's all about V8 engines on Supercars. Its strengths: pulling power being available in the lower rpm range, tremendous power and engine sound that leaves nobody unmoved. For the first time ever, the Aston Martin DB11 is equipped with a V8 from Mercedes-AMG. In addition to that, tuning company MTM shows its version of the Bentley Continental V8 S with an output of almost 800 hp.

  • Spring Fever - The Hottest Convertibles

    Who doesn't long for a beautiful cruise with an open top after a long, cold winter, when you can enjoy a gentle breeze in your hair and the sound of the engine? Spring time is convertible time. Supercars presents the hottest models: The Audi ATT RS Roadster combines earthy sound from its 5-cylinder engine. McLaren turns the 570S Spider into a gentleman - thanks to perfect British understatement.

  • Cadillac ATS-V vs. Maserati Ghibli vs. Kia Stinger

    Limousines all look the same and their only purpose is to increase the number on odometer display? That's not true at all and Supercars proves the opposite. Powerful Ferrari engines and Italian design: The Maserati Ghibli evokes emotions. American confidence: the Cadillac ATS-V wants to take on the BMW M4 and Mercedes C63. And a surprise contender: The Kia Stinger is the coolest Kia ever!

  • Alpine Passes Sportwagentour

    A trend on the rise: A sports cars tour through the mountains. Supercars become more comfortable and suitable for travelling in spite of their ever-increasing performance. But which is the perfect sports car for taking on the Alps: Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage, Ferrari 458 Speciale, McLaren 570S or Porsche 911 Turbo S? We find out on the three-day Cruisfire Alpine Passes Tour.

  • Long Luxury Liners

    To drive yourself or to be driven: That's the question here. When it comes to the Bentley Mulsanne with extended wheelbase, one can be more delighted to sit in the back of the car. But what is the situation when it comes to the sporty Maserati Quattroporte?

  • Compressor versus Suction Engine

    Would you prefer compressor charging or rather a naturally aspirated engine? Both have their advantages and disadvantages. In the Chevrolet Corvette, buyers can pick either of them. Grand Sport or Z06: Which is the better concept? Plus: Supercars takes a seat in the McLaren 720, whose 4-litre BiTurbo V8 is designed for performance, and visits the "Bavaria Sportwagen Tour" with an AMG GTR.

  • The Perfect Garage

    If we should build our dream garage ther would be a Rolly Royce Phantom, an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera as well as the Audi RS4! A car for every occasion.

  • Sporty Volkswagen

    See the Audi R8 Quattro Performance and the Huracan Evo getting an powerfull update along with the faceliftof the Porsche Macan S with ist ne V6 Engine.

  • Zen Power

    With its GTR, Nissan hunts the established European sports car manufacturers. The car competes with the likes of the Audi R8 GT and Porsche 911 Turbo S, but is only half their price. Also on this episode of Supercars: Techart gets their hands on the 911 Turbo S and turns it into 620 hp Techart 911 Turbo S, while Formula 1 pilot Adrian Sutil checks out an ultimate supercar, the Pagani Huayra!

  • The Epitome of Luxury

    Bentley and Rolls-Royce are two car brands that are closely linked with luxury. Supercars drives the 636 hp Bentley GTC from the hood through downtown to the highsociety quarters of the German capital city of Berlin. Plus: The Phantom Drophead Coupe is the most exclusive convertible in the world. Supercars checks out this luxury car in the Alpine region of Bavaria.

  • Bentley Continental GT

    Wir machen uns alle keine Vorstellung mehr davon, wie viel Kraft in unseren Autos heute steckt. Mit den ganz Dicken könnte man ein Dorf beheizen, dabei macht jedes sportliche Kompaktmodell heute Tempo 250. Der Bentley Continental GT. Höchstgeschwindigkeit 318 Km/h. Das sind 5,3 Kilometer pro Minute! Fast jeder Porsche kriegt da ein Problem. In unter 5 Sekunden spurtet das Ding auf Tempo 100! Und das bei einem Leergewicht von 2,4 Tonnen! Vorne arbeitet ein W12 Biturbo mit 560 PS. Selten ist Power mit soviel Understatement verpackt worden.

  • Asian Bestsellers

    They come from another world. A world in which their abbreviations are enough to bring about an earthquake. Lexus IS-F, Nissan GTR, the Juke R and the Infiniti FX 50 are all exotic models which all together have the strength of well over 1,500 horsepower. It’s not just their futuristic design but also their high performance which is leaving all the European car manufacturers quivering in their boots.

  • The Art of Car Design - Chris Bangle

    Die schnellsten, edelsten, und außergewöhnlichsten Autos der Welt. Luxus, Speed, Hightech, Lifestyle, Power, präsentiert in einem packenden Lifestyle-Magazin.

  • McLaren MP4 12C GT3

    This is the McLaren MP4 12C GT3. In 2011 the English sports car company fought back against the Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 with their own pedigree race car.

  • Supercars of the Frankfurt Motor Show

    The IAA international car exhibition in Frankfurt is one of the most important vehicle exhibitions in the world. Over 900 manufacturers from 30 countries come here to showcase their new products.

  • Porsche World Cup

    Motorsport enthusiastics from all over the world have been eagerly awaiting this day. More than 100 participants from 25 nations are taking part in the Porsche world cup; the most notorious and famous Porsche race ever.

  • Knight XV

    What constitutes real safety? The Conquest Knight XV has the answer. The 6-meter long, 2.5 meter wide and 2.6 meter high, Boulevard tank is based on a military vehicle. It is fully reinforced with hardened steel and is equipped with 64 mm thick, bulletproof glass.

  • Audi R8 GT vs. Jaguar XKR

    Lets just talk about performance, luxury, fun and speed. Lets just talk about - ""dream cars"". Let's talk raw power versus more power.

  • Maybach Excelero

    What a car! It looks like it's been made in a futuristic factory. From a world beyond our recognition. It's fast and extremely powerful. It's unique!

  • Infinity FX50

    The evolutionary history of the Infinity FX50, Sebastian Vettel Edition. 1.370 Kg and 620 horsepower - this is the Porsche GT2 RS. This car is the most expensive and fastest serial 911 Porsche all times.

  • Ferrari FF

    A Ferrari is tight, impractical and can only be used in the sunshine on dry roads. These times are now finally over. The Ferrari FF, the first family-friendly GT sports car - with 4-wheel drive, V12 engine and 660 hp.

  • Porsche Cayman R

    Slimmer than ever - and a brawny 330 horsepower. The sportiest Porsche Cayman of all time. The Cayman R - not only die-hard Porsche fans love this car.

  • Rolls Royce Phantom

    It does not look like a supercar - but it is one. The Ariel Atom. 600 kg car with 300 hp - open air feeling included. A real sportscar. The new Rolls Royce Phantom Series II.

  • Porsche Carrera Cup Hockenheim

    The 23. season of the Porsche Carrera Cup is open now. On nine weekends eleven Teams are hunting racing points. Exciting duels in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands.

  • Pagani Huayra Story

    When you talk about cars, wind and air are terms that are often used when it comes to the aerodynamics. But the Pagani Huayra wind was the theme that would also draw the aesthetic lines of the car and reflect its character.

  • British Empire

    This episode of Supercars focuses on the force of the British Empire in all of its strength and beauty. The practicality of the McLaren MP4-12C makes it the ultimate everyday car, while an old Rolls Royce excels with its brilliance and the Jaguar XFR model shows that it has its fire back. Plus: Supercars showcases a fabulous diva called Lotus Exige S.

  • Lamborghini

    On this episode of Supercars men's inner strength comes alive. Sant Agata Bolognese, the home of Lamborghini, is the ideal place to take the Gallardo models out for a spin. Plus: The fastest city tour in the world with 1,400 horsepower through the eternal city of Rome. Supercars also reveals how one of the most spectacular sports cars ever produced came out of a tractor factory.

  • Porsche Cayman GTS

    The biggest rival of the Porsche 911 might be the Porsche Cayman. Driving this model is like a ride on a bullit. Supercars takes the 340 hp Cayman GTS on a thrilling ride around the sunny island of Mallorca, where it climbs hills and shines on the race track. Also on this episode: Supercars reviews the new Chevrolet Corvette C7 and the Nissan 370 Z Nismo.

  • Best of 2012

    On this episode of Supercars, Patrick Simon takes the opportunity to look back at some of his personal automotive highlights. As a race driver, he tested some of the greatest, fastest and most expensive super sports cars including the Ferrari FF, Lamborghini Gallardo and Lexus IS-F. Now he reveals his favorite cars from the last couple of weeks.

  • Porsche to the Max!

    2011 has been a record year for Porsche. The German car manufacturer was able to sell more cars than ever before. But it is not just Porsche that is popular with sports car fans, Porsche refiners enjoy success, too. One model that makes hearts beating faster is the Techard Grand GT, which is a Porsche Panamera of superlatives. Race driver Patrick Simon checks out this 'racing elephant'.

  • Luxury SUVs

    On this episode of Supercars it’s all about luxury SUVs and off-road vehicles for the big spenders out there. What is the new Land Rover capable? Which luxury cars can we expect to see at the Grand Cherokee Summit? What can we really expect from the Lamborghini Urus? And: Where these luxury SUVs really designed as off-road vehicles or are they just big and powerful?

  • Million Dollar Toys from the Middle East

    They are sleek, they are exclusive and most of all: they are extremely fast - supercars! See the first Arabian supercar and many other brand new luxury sport cars from the Qatar Motor Show.

  • Batman's Dreams: Supercars in Acceleration

    Maybach Exelero: A car directly from Gotham City! Truely one of a kind with 700 horesepower and 350 km/h max.

  • 50th Anniversary of Porsche 911

    At the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show Porsche introduced the new 911 range. It includes the new Porsche 911 Turbo, which is the most powerful Porsche model yet. For 50 years Porsche has been making car drivers around the world very happy with its sports cars. In celebration of the anniversary Supercars takes a closer look at the past, present and future models of the Porsche 911.

  • Jaguar F-Type

    Jaguar is back in the world of sports cars. With the F-Type, the British manufacturer presents its first roadster since the E-Type. And it is not just good looking, but also displays an extraordinary performance. Supercars compares the F-Type with the BMW Z4. In addition to that, two further competitors of the Jaguar battle it out. It's Porsche Boxster S vs. Nissan 370 Z.

  • Myths and Apparitions

    They are transient apparitions on the streets, hover above reality and cannot be grasped with regular measurements. Of course we are talking about cars from brands like Rolls-Royce, Bentley or Aston Martin. A car like the Rolls Royce Ghost might not be as technologically advanced as a Mercedes S-Class, but posses an aura that the S-Class can't match. Supercars shows some of those majestic cars.

  • Genava Motor Show 2014

    In 2014, Geneva again shows itself as the premier fair for luxury and super sports cars. Ferrari , McLaren , Koenigsegg , Porsche and foremost Mercedes, all show the world their latest creations for the road and track. Cars for friends of fast and cultivated movement, here and now ..

  • Porsche 911 Targa

    The After an absence of nearly 20 years, the Porsche 911 Targa with the silver roll bar instead of a classic B-pillar is making a comeback. Supercars checks out this modern classic in Southern Italy. Plus: If you’re looking for a driving experience without any roof at all, you might enjoy the Maserati GranCabrio or the BMW M6 Convertible. Supercars reviews them.

  • Jaguar RS

    The Jaguar XK RS and XF RS have already been extremely dynamic, but the new Jaguar F-Type R Coupe heads the current model range for sure. Its design is astonishing, it accelerates exceptionally well out of every corner and it reaches a maximum speed of 300 km/h, but is only have the cost of the latest Porsche 911. Supercars takes a look at the Jaguar F-Type Coupe.

  • Rise of the Lykan - Test Driving the Lykan HyperSport

    The assembly of the Lykan HyperSport, the 3.4 million dollar supercar from the United Arabic Emirates, is almost done. Before it can be shown at the Dubai Motor Show, the car and its engine need to be tested. The rear twin turbo mid-engine with an output of 770 hp is brought to life for the first time, when the Lykan HyperSport undergoes its first high speed test drive at the Dubai Motodrome.

  • BMW i8

    With the creation of its i8, Munich-based car manufacturer BMW makes a big step towards the future. After all, the futuristic looking car is the first German sports car which utilizes hybrid technology. Supercars checks out the BMW i8 on the streets of Los Angeles. But BMW did not just work on the i8. They also present the new sports coupe 435i and the sporty SUV X550d M.

  • Lifetsyle SUVs

    Desert, endless horizon, green highlands and rough hills: Morocco sets the perfect scene for the premiere of the Porsche Macan. Supercars takes the 400 hp Macan Turbo on a wild ride through Marrakech, the former capital city of Morocco Also on this episode: The BMW X 6M is one of the pioneers in the very trendy SUV Coupe segment. Supercars checks out the X 6M with a 555 HP V8 Biturbo.

  • British Attitude

    The McLaren 720S Spider is the fastest convertible in the world. Its cheeky sound is anything but a posh British accent. It’s the voice of an uncompromising driving machine with a high potential for addiction. Jaguar, on the other hand, presents itself as majestic. But on the back seat of the F-Pace SVR in sports mode, the Queen would probably feel sick. We also check whether the Porsche Cayenne Coupé can justify its extra price compared to the Cayenne.