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KBB Weekend: Million-dollar McLaren, Scion convertible, new Cherokee

By KBB.com Editors on March 1, 2013 2:06 PM
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It's been a great week for developments in every corner of the automotive realm starting with the stunning McLaren P1 supercar showing its production face — ogle it in the gallery above — VW unveiling the next-gen GTI and Nissan promising an even hotter Nismo-fortified version of the GT-R. Here's a quick reprise of all that and more, including our comprehensive take on the all-new Porsche Cayman and first looks at Jeep's reincarnated 2014 Cherokee and a future Scion FR-S Convertible.

2014 McLaren P1: The ultimate hybrid supercar?
Geneva bound, this carbon fiber road rocket boasts a 903-hp gas/electric powertrain, "active" aerodynamics and a top speed of 218 mph

Toyota previews the upcoming Scion FR-S droptop
The Toyota FT-86 Open Concept shows what to expect when the sexiest Scion finally flips its lid

Future shocker: Audi A3 e-tron Concept
Small but spirited, this plug-in hybrid introduces powertrain tech that Audi plans to use on its production models of tomorrow

Take a peek at the all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee
Wrapped in dramatically styled sheetmetal and resurrecting a classic Jeep name, the all-new Cherokee promises 45-percent better mpg numbers

Volkswagen reveals hot new GTI
The Gen VII Golf spawns a new iteration of VW's enduring performance icon

Ultra-spec Nissan GT-R Nismo confirmed
Nissan's performance division will create an even more awesome version of the GT-R supercar

Check out the new kids in the Class of 2014
Here's a first look at vehicles that have been fully redesigned for the upcoming model year

Special Delivery: Revving up with American Muscle Car stamps
The U.S. Post Office goes high-perf with a first-class set of high-velocity commemoratives

2014 Porsche Cayman moves even closer to perfection
Faster, lighter, more agile and even more fuel efficient, the totally redone poor-man's 911 is now nothing short of truly brilliant

KBB video: Living with the 2013 Ford C-MAX
With its own sense of style and practical charm, Ford's new dedicated hybrid seeks to take on the market-dominating Toyota Prius

 

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