Looking back on an exciting 2013.
This year has been pretty exciting for the staff at Motoring Exposure. We attended a few great car shows, met some spectacular people, and covered some fascinating stories and vehicles. We saw a few companies celebrate special anniversaries from Lamborghini to Aston Martin and release a slew of special edition models for us to enjoy. The past year was memorable for the entire automotive world and we can’t wait to see what 2014 has in store.
We’d like to thank all of our fans for being a part of the Motoring Exposure community in 2013.
Most Popular of 2013
The Light-Tron, Glow-in-the-Dark VW Golf VII by BlackBox-Richter
Instead of your traditional upgrades for the Volkswagen Golf, one company decided to mix things up with a glow-in-the-dark wrap for the German hot hatch.
A Kahn Design Gives the Porsche Panamera a British Makeover
The Porsche Panamera has been a source of polarizing opinions since it was introduced, but the team at A Kahn Design has created an upgrade package that makes the four-door coupe appeal to a wider audience thanks to some new styling.
The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) Exposed
The new C7 Corvette Stingray is an incredibly important car for Chevrolet and the American automaker succeeded in revitalizing “America’s sports car”, and giving enthusiasts a new car to drool over.
Top 5 Amazing Lamborghini Gallardo Builds that will Melt Your Face Off
This year we saw the last Lamborghini Gallardo produced, so we decided to put together a list of the Top 5 Gallardo Builds to remember the iconic supercar.
DP Motorsport Builds an Ultra-Lightweight 911 Sleeper 3.2
DP Motorsport was able to build a Porsche 911 that tickled every enthusiast’s fancy. It was lightweight, simple, fast, and is an instant classic. Vintage sports cars don’t get any better.
A Japanese Gangster and His Extravagant Lamborghini and Style – Video
We’ve seen a wide range of upgrades and modifications for Lamborghinis in our time, but this Japanese gangster’s taste is wild, extravagant, and unique – and we love it.
Renderings of the 2016 Porsche Panamera Don’t Look Too Bad
The new Porsche Sport Turismo Concept gave us a glimpse at to what the future holds for the German automaker’s design language. Theophilus Chin took the new design language and applied it to the Panamera to preview what we could see in the next-generation model.
Maurice Lacroix Pontos S Extreme – Wednesday Watch
Maurice Lacroix is giving us an alternative to the Daytona, Speedmaster, Carrera, and Navitimer with their new Pontos S Extreme that was designed with the help of Henrik Fisker.
Decisions, Decisions. A Grand Touring Coupe Shootout
Luxury grand touring coupes are all the rage in the premium segment and there are quite a few options to choose from. Which is best? You decide.
SR Auto Group takes a Lamborghini Aventador to another level with Project Versus
SR Auto Group took the new Lamborghini Aventador and gave it a stunning stance with a new set of PUR Wheels and boy does it look fantastic.
The 105th Annual Chicago Auto Show – Part 3
When we said we came across some great people this year, we meant it! See all the automotive executives, journalists, and behind-the-scenes people that made the 105th Annual Chicago Auto Show great.
5th Annual Gold Coast Concours/Bimmerstock
This year we made our annual trip down to Long Island for the 5th Annual Gold Coast Concours/Bimmerstock. The event helped to raise over $79,000 for charity and we captured the entire event on camera thanks to the brilliant Nokia 1020 and its 41-megapixel camera sensor. It was a beautiful day with beautiful pictures and beautiful cars.
The Jaguar Project 7 Concept is a Modern Racer with Vintage Character
Yes, we’re excited about the Jaguar F-Type Coupe, but the Project 7 Concept is still our favorite flavor of F-Type. The sports car brings that classic Jaguar racing heritage to the beautiful F-Type and its rumbling and bumbling V-8 engine. Oh how sweet the sound.
Aston Martin Celebrates 100 Years with the CC100 Speedster Concept
Aston Martin was one of the automakers celebrating a milestone anniversary and they did with a very exciting CC100 Speedster Concept. The new concept car looks into the future of Aston Martin’s design while also turning back the clock and paying homage to their storied past.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is the First Hybrid and Fastest Car from Maranello
Ferrari has ushered in a new era in the world of supercars by creating their first hybrid supercar. The new LaFerrari may not have an exciting name, but it’s the fastest and most powerful car from Maranello. We’re plenty sure that’s enough excitement for the average enthusiast.
Fifty Years of the Raging Bull – The Lamborghini Veneno
Lamborghini had the biggest party of 2013 while celebrating their 50th anniversary. One of the products of this celebration was the new Lamborghini Veneno that brought forth jagged alien bodywork and lightweight technology paired up with a mesmerizing V-12 engine.
The new Porsche 918 Spyder Exposed
Porsche has been known for its innovative technology and its new 918 Spyder has it in spades. The new hybrid hypercar from Porsche offers outstanding performance and “green” technology. Other hypercars have been put on notice by the team from Germany.
Tudor Got It Right This Time – Wednesday Watch
Tudor is stepping out of the shadows from its Rolex sibling with a new chronograph that brings a classic style to your wrist. The vintage style is relatively more affordable than other high-end timepieces and is the perfect watch for any car enthusiast.
Hey GM, You’re Doing it Wrong at SEMA
SEMA is one of the biggest aftermarket automotive shows of the year and General Motors provided us with a fail to remember. Their Bumblebee Camaro featured a set of dual-brand tires from Pirelli and Goodyear. Great job, guys!
My Favorite Things (Motoring Spoof)
Besides being a great writer and gearhead, M.E. Cribbs is also a pretty talented musician. For the Holiday season, he created an automotive version of “My Favorite Things” that is the perfect way for gearheads to celebrate Christmas.
Thanks for making 2013 a memorable year for Motoring Exposure!