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Video inside Hydro Printing Rims etc.

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Video inside Carbon Black BMW 2004 M3 E46...Finally picked it up!!

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Finally picked it up last night!! Been waiting for like 4 months for the sellers new car to be delivered..

No those km are not rolled back!! And those are not in Miles those are Kilometers! it basically has 38 000 miles

First things I'm getting done is putting the summer tires n rims on (came included), getting a stubby antenna and a short shifter (6speed)

Choosing between a kenwood head unit or dynavin...still undecided

Considering a straight pipe or resonator delete... whats your opinion????

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Video inside Mustang GT350 looks like its on rails...

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| By 240ka - 4 days ago

this sh*t is going to be a beast in the corners especially. just look at how the car turns and transitions. Its so flat, doesnt look to have body roll in the video at least. it looks like its on rails, literally. It doesnt look to be too heavy either.

Cant wait for Chris Harris to get his hands on one of these.

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Video inside Jeep SRT8 vs Ford Mustang, Porsche 911 Turbo, Porsche Cayenne & BMW X6M

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That Jeep Truck a monster

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Video inside The 1,000 HP "I-DEMON" R34 Skyline GTR - TST in NZ

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Image inside Chevrolet FNR Concept would you cop this

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The Chevrolet FNR Concept was built in Shanghai by General Motors' Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center as a self-driving electric vehicle from a future that's more "Blade Runner" than "Idiocracy." Start with the starter; the car turns on via eye scanner. Headlights and taillights illuminate via lasers; motive power comes from hubless electric motors in each wheel, with energy stored via a wireless charging system, and the "dragonfly" doors add an extra level of drama.

And of course, the car has enough software to map its own routes, sense the surroundings for self-driving and let the driver turn around 180 degrees and talk to passengers. The first self-driving car to wear a bowtie badge won't look like this, but it will take this much intelligence to build. 542242897.html

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6 days ago

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| By djkamikaze - 6 days ago

We were expecting a refresh and that's what we got. The 2016 Lexus ES, taken to "the next level of elegance and progressive luxury." A new front fascia design goes even bolder on the spindle grille, hiding the crossmember that separated the upper and lower sections, and rimming the whole thing with satin chrome. It's flanked by new LED projector headlights with the brand's pronounced "arrowhead" DRLs, and new triangular foglights laid into a matching sharp-edged motif. In back you'll find new taillights and chrome-tipped rectangular exhaust tips. In between those two ends, the body has been stiffened and gotten more sound-deadening material.

The list of exterior hues grows to ten with the addition of Amber, Nightfall Mica, Caviar, and Eminent White Pearl. A new 20-spoke wheel joins the options list for non-hybrid models, whereas hybrids get a 10-spoke design. The cabin also broadens its tonal range in a variety of materials, with seats available in Flaxen, Parchment, Stratus Gray, and Black, and trim pieces in a choice of Illustrious Piano Black, Linear Dark Mocha Wood, Espresso Bird's Eye Maple with Shimamoku ornamentation, and matte Bamboo. Other touches include a new steering wheel, an embossed pattern on the seats, a leather boot for the gearshift, and a larger TFT display in the gauge cluster.

Our engine options here won't change, but China, Russia, and Taiwan will be offered a 2.0-liter, direct-injected four-cylinder designed for China's emissions scheme.

A new engine was also the news with the Lexus RX 200t rocking the dais at the Shanghai Motor Show, unveiled to the world next to its ES sibling. Available in certain international markets but not in the US, the RX 200t is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder working through a six-speed automatic transmission. Lexus hasn't released its official horsepower number, but says it's going for more than 228 horsepower; in the NX 200t it gets 235 horsepower 258 pound-feet of torque. -2015/#image-5

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6 days ago

The Big Picture: Chevy's self-driving concept car is straight out of sci-fi

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| By BRonin357 - 6 days ago

I took this from Engadget, enjoy, hate, whatever!


Thought that Mercedes' F 015 self-driving car was futuristic? It looks old hat next to GM's autonomous electric concept, the Chevrolet-FNR. The pod-like design appears ripped straight from a sci-fi flick, complete with crystal laser lights, "dragonfly" swinging doors and sensors (including radar) that aren't as conspicuous as they are on other robotic vehicles. And that's just the outside -- inside, it's touting magnetic hubless wheel electric motors, wireless charging, swiveling front seats and eye recognition to verify the owner. As with most out-there concepts, the chances of driving what you see here are slim to none. However, it won't be at all shocking if the technology in the FNR eventually trickles down to more practical (if far less adventurous) cars.
via engadget Jon Fingas t-fnr-concept/

More pics at link.

I think this is an awesome design, but not for everyday use. Although, if the materials used can be, then sign me up when it hits the $45,000 price point in 5yrs.

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| By djkamikaze - 1 week ago

The Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] has pulled the covers off its all-new Taurus ahead of the carÂ’s official world debut tomorrow at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. This is the classic nameplateÂ’s first appearance in China, a market where comfy, large sedans like the Taurus are still popular, and the version being shown in Shanghai has been developed with a focus on the Chinese market.

“The Ford Taurus we’re introducing today shows the amazing strength and flexibility of our One Ford plan,” said John Lawler, Ford’s head of operations in China. “It combines the best of our global product development and large-car expertise with a clear understanding of what Chinese customers in this segment want.”

Versions of the new Taurus in the U.S. market should differ slightly, particularly when it comes to powertrains and the choice of materials in the cabin (in China the car is being positioned as a near-premium vehicle). A debut for the U.S.-spec Taurus should take place later this year, with the car going on sale sometime next year as a 2016 model.

In developing the car, engineers sought to address one of the biggest issues plaguing the current model: a cramped cabin. The cabin in the new Taurus takes full advantage of the vehicleÂ’s 197-inch length and 116-in wheelbase for generous second-row leg, shoulder and hip room. A number of specific measures were also taken to ensure no space was wasted. For example, the sunroof slides back over the rear panel rather than under it, ensuring maximum rear headroom.

And as the new Taurus will be aimed primarily at ChinaÂ’s chauffeur driven executives, Ford is even offering power-reclining rear seats on the car. These come with an available adjustable lumbar support feature as well as a massage function. Folding down the center seat cushion reveals a rear-seat control panel for air conditioning, seat functions and car media. Folding it up allows the vehicle to comfortably accommodate three rear passengers. DonÂ’t expect these features to be offered on the U.S.-spec car.

Premium elements can be found on the outside, too. LEDs are used for both the head and tail-lights. Furthermore, in silhouette, a powerful hood profile and planted architecture give the Taurus a premium car-like stance, and adding to this are the polished 19-inch alloys and integrated chrome exhaust tips.

The platform underpinning the new Taurus is a stretched version of the Blue OvalÂ’s CD4 design, found in a variety of existing models such as the Fusion as well as the Edge crossover and Lincoln MKZ. The stretched version of the CD4 platform will be common to the 2016 Lincoln Continental, previewed earlier this month in concept form at the 2015 New York Auto Show.

Only one engine has been announced so far, a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6. Expect front-wheel drive to be standard and all-wheel drive to be an option. We can export more engines to be offered in U.S.-spec cars, including a naturally aspirated mill. ItÂ’s not clear yet if there will be a high-performance SHO model once again, but we have our fingers crossed.

Production of the Taurus for the Chinese market will take place at a new plant in Hangzhou, established by Ford and its state-owned Chinese partner Changan. ItÂ’s now the sixth plant building Fords in the country.

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Video inside 2016 BMW 7 Series - Demo of remote control parking

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Image inside Turned an Audi R8 Into a Skoda Supercar

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What you are looking at is an Audi R8 that has been customized into a Skoda R200. Nope, this is not a rendering, but a real car that exists in the real world. It was designed as an homage to SkodaÂ’s 130RS supercar, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

The 130RS was the most successful racing car Skoda ever built, so there is a lot of nostalgia for it. Turning an Audi R8 into a new interpretation of the classic is a fitting tribute the the history of the 130RS.

They’re calling it the R200 Non-Fiction, and it recently debuted at Prague’s DOX Center for Contemporary Art where it will be on display until May 11th. The car was designed by Petr Novák and built by Metal Hoffmann, a company that works with automakers including Bentley, Volkswagen, and Volvo.

Aluminum body panels have been fitted to a first-generation Audi R8 chassis. Power comes from a mid-mounted 4.2-liter V8 with a 6-speed manual that makes 414 horsepower with 317 lb-ft of torque. TheyÂ’re putting this into low-volume production so maybe two cars a month will be produced due to the intense amount of manual labor required. The starting price is a tidy $273,000. 203013903.html

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Image inside 2015 Lexus RC

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| By djkamikaze - 1 week ago

The latest from luxury automaker Lexus is an audacious-looking sport coupe that turns heads and challenges long-held stereotypes of Lexus cars as sedate, plush rides.

The four-seat, two-door, 2015 Lexus RC is certainly not sedate, particularly when fitted with the top-level, 467-horsepower V-8 whose impressive power can make hearts skip a beat. Zero to 60 miles per hour takes just 4.3 seconds in the top-of-the-line RC F Sport, according to Lexus.

The ride, even in the 306-horsepower, V-6 RC models with a breezy 0-to-60 time of 5.8 seconds, is controlled and firm. It's not punishing, but it's not a plush ride that isolates passengers from the road.

Settling into the sport front seat, the driver is conscious of sitting low to the pavement and having a sleek array of gauges and controls at the ready.

A glance at the logo in the middle of the steering wheel confirms that yes, this is a Lexus, albeit a most unlikely looking one.

Available in rear- and all-wheel drive, the new sporty RC cars are designed to change the stuffy image of Lexus and help attract younger buyers. Starting manufacturer's suggested retail price, including destination charge, is $43,715 for a rear-wheel drive RC 350 with V-6 and eight-speed automatic transmission. The lowest starting manufacturer's suggested retail price, including destination charge, for a 2015 RC with all-wheel drive is $45,950.

The starting base retail price for a 2015 RC with V-8 is $63,325.

Truth be told, Lexus has been angling toward an RC type of car for a while. It shipped its first LFA "supercar" sport coupe to the United States in January 2011. But the V-10-powered LFA with carbon-reinforced plastic body and other exotic touches, is high priced; starting MSRP, including destination charge, is some $375,000, and only 17 LFAs were reported sold in the United States during calendar 2014, down from 23 the year before.

By comparison, the RC coupes posted sales of 1,831 in the first two months of calendar 2015.

They are competitively priced with sport coupes from prominent German carmakers. The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C350 Coupe with 302-horsepower, direct-injection V-6 mated to a seven-speed automatic has a starting retail price of $44,975. The rear-wheel drive, 2015 BMW 435i Coupe with 300-horsepower, twin-turbo, inline six cylinder mated to an eight-speed automatic has a starting retail price of $47,200.

To be sure, exterior styling of the Lexus RC, with its side sculpting and oversized grille, is polarizing. Many auto critics attribute the looks to the fact the RC is a mashup of the Lexus GS sedan, previous generation IS convertible and current IS.

People who stopped to look at the RC test car just seemed intrigued and wanted to be sure they were seeing the Lexis badge on the car correctly.

And yes, they were younger than the senior citizen buyers of Lexus' well-known, flagship LS sedan.

The test rear-drive RC with V-6 quickly showed it's more than its looks.

The rack-and-pinion steering, with optional VGRS, had quick response, and the 3.5-liter, double overhead cam V-6 responded just as promptly. With the car driven in a leisurely fashion, the automatic had smooth, Lexus-like shifts.

When the driver switched to the paddle shifters and moved the drive mode to S+, the shifts could become sharper as could the power delivery.

Peak torque, though, is 277 foot-pounds at a rather high 4,800 rpm. The 275 foot-pounds of torque in the C350 Coupe comes on by 3,500 rpm, in comparison, and, of course, BMW's twin turbo six cylinder delivers far more — 300 foot-pounds starting at 1,300 rpm.

The test RC, with a majority of city driving, averaged 22.8 mpg for a travel range of less than 400 miles on a single tank. This compares to the federal government fuel economy rating of 19 mpg in city driving and 28 mpg on the highway, for a combined average of 23 mpg.

With a sizable 17.4-gallon fuel tank and because premium gasoline is required, the V-6 RC cost nearly $50, at today's prices, to fill up.

In part, the gas mileage is affected by the RC's weight, which is a surprisingly heavy 3,748 pounds for a rear-drive, V-6 model and more than 4,000 pounds for the V-8-powered RC.

The test RC felt solid and substantial. But the engine power and, especially, the cohesive feel of the car body on curves and turns made the RC feel sporting.

Helping contribute to the sure-footedness was the wide stance of the car. The RC is wider than the C350 and the 435i.

The RC's standard rearview camera is useful. Window pillars around the back window are thick, so visibility is compromised.

Back seats offer a diminutive 27.3 inches of legroom and 34.8 inches of headroom, which can limit who climbs in back there. Both the C350 Coupe and 435i offer more back-seat room, though the 45.4 inches of front legroom in the RC is noteworthy.

RC trunk space of 10.4 cubic feet is less than the 11.7 cubic feet in the C350 Coupe and the 15.7 cubic feet in the 435i.

One more thing: The Lexus new-model trackpad that allows drivers' fingers to "write" and move the cursor on the display screen in the middle of the dashboard is cool. 161240262.html

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2 weeks ago

Image inside Meet the Camaro G5.R - Crazy amount of work being done

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If you're a Camaro lover like I am then you more than likely know about the forum Camaro5. I came across this car while bored and read every page in this thread with my eyes bugging at the attention to detail and work being done to this car. This car had been a WIP for awhile now with great reason to be.

Here's the story of this beauty and the full details over here d.php?t=285800

Introducing Project G5.R. The main goal is to push the envelope in the suspension/ handling department. Our dream would be to get an invitation to the 2014 Optima Challenge. The second goal is to build it with a level of attention to detail worthy of a spot at SEMA.

The plan is to shed as much weight as possible (approx 500 lbs). We will also be pushing the engine baack 2" and drop it 1". The will help transfer weight off the front and lower the center of gravity.

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2 weeks ago

Image inside 2017 Mid-Engine Corvette

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| By djkamikaze - 2 weeks ago

Engine at the front, drive at the back. ThatÂ’s been the staple of the Corvette since it was introduced in 1953. Alternatively, so has the idea of a mid-engined variant. Up until now, we havenÂ’t seen said mid-engine Corvette reach the production line, but rumors have been swirling, and the idea is becoming more of a reality today than ever before.

There have been plenty of reports and even a few test mules spotted, but we wonÂ’t know whether a mid-engine Corvette is actually happening until we see one in the flesh. For now, we can only imagine. ThatÂ’s where our ace rendering artist Hansen Art comes in.

The concept you see here is our interpretation of a possibly upcoming mid-engine Corvette. And itÂ’s pretty radical, as it should be.

From front to back, the new Corvette will get a massive makeover. Though, it wonÂ’t lose too many styling cues from the Stingray we know and love. The front end gets a huge boost in aerodynamics without that big engine in the way, and the grille will provide more downforce than the underlying Z06.

Engineers are also likely to also ditch many of the heavier fiberglass body panels in place of lighter, stiffer carbon fiber. Just like any good supercar.

Move the engine from the front to the back— sounds simple enough, right? While the idea may sound elementary, the engineering required in restructuring an entire vehicle could hypothetically take years. But thanks to a robotic frame fabrication tool GM cooked up for the C7 Corvette, stretching and shaping a new frame for the engine transfer won’t take rocket science. Just engineering science…and time.

With that reworked frame, Chevy will probably stick the same 6.2-liter V8 found in the current ‘Vette back there, albeit with a turbocharger or two. It’s relatively new, eeks out huge amounts of power when need be, and definitely worthy of powering a world-class Corvette hypercar. Expect somewhere north of 750 horsepower to be present.

When itÂ’s all said and done, if Chevy does decide to move forward with the mid-engine Corvette project, itÂ’s bound to be something special. A radical, American design paired with a powerful engine and a modern chassis should put cars like the Porsche 918 and McLaren P1 on notice. 160032314.html

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Video inside Pulled Over For Beatin Down The Blocc In Fl. (Throwback)

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2 weeks ago

Video inside Self Driving Car Takes Trip From San Francisco To New York

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An autonomous car's recent 3,400-mile U.S. road trip proves there's at least one thing computers do better than humans: Follow the speed limit.

Auto supplier Delphi Corp. fitted an Audi Q5 with radar, cameras and laser sensors to navigate the 15-state journey from San Francisco to New York, mostly traveling on highways. The car drove itself 99 percent of the time, Delphi said Thursday.

Along the way, the autonomous Audi never drove above the speed limit, even when everyone else did. As a result, other drivers subjected the car — and its human occupants — to "a few hateful gestures," said Jeff Owens, Delphi's chief technology officer Jeff Owens.

The person sitting in the car's driver seat intervened once when traffic was weaving around in a construction zone, and again when the car didn't want to move into a busy left lane to avoid police stopped on the right shoulder. The car also got a little skittish when it was next to semi-trailer trucks, edging over to avoid them. But for the most part, it easily navigated bridges, traffic circles and open highways, even in heavy rain, Owens said.

"We expected we would be in autonomous mode most of the time, but to be in it close to 99 percent of the time was a pleasant surprise," Owens told The Associated Press Thursday. "The equipment was flawless."

Delphi engineers collected nearly three terabytes of data — equivalent to 30 percent of all of the printed material in the Library of Congress — that they can use to further enhance autonomous driving systems.

One surprise: The variation in lane markings across states and communities. Some had wide white stripes, others had narrow yellow ones. Some were new, some were faded, and some were marked with raised bumps. Delphi will have to further train its cameras to detect all kinds of lane markings, since that's one way autonomous cars keep themselves centered in a lane, Owens said.

Owens said the cameras also got a little blinded in bright sunlight and in rainy weather, but the radar systems always provided backup. The radar, he said, worked well even on metal bridges, which can cause signals to bounce around.

Delphi will use the lessons it learned to improve the systems that will eventually be used in autonomous and even driverless cars. Earlier this week, Audi AG announced that Delphi will produce a new central computer system that will process the data from various cameras and sensors and tell a car how to respond. The system will appear in Audis in about two years. Delphi is also supplying Volvo with the radar- and camera-based system that enables automatic braking, lane departure warning and other safety features on the upcoming XC90.

"This technology has come so far. It's going to make such a difference in the accident statistics," Owens said. -trip-30072817

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Image inside 2016 Dodge Barracuda Concept Price And Specs

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| By NellyTheGreat - 2 weeks ago

Last few years it is getting quite popular to recreate some of the iconic cars on the U.S. market. Similar situation is with the 2016 Dodge Barracuda that has been mentioned in few rumors that we could hear. If this happens we are sure that another high profile vehicle will be entering the market.

Just like it is the case with models like Mustang, Charger, Challenger, Trans AM and similar muscle cars the 2016 Dodge Barracuda will again return iconic looks. At least we hope that the base will be older models that were quite attractive and impressive. When iconic look is combined with modern technology it is possible to get fantastic results and even we currently only have the renderings of this new model we really like it. For some drivers it might be too modern and we can agree in some extent but if you take a look at other new muscle cars you will see that it is the way things go.

As we mentioned the 2016 Dodge Barracuda images are only renderings but those look really impressive and like something that we would like to see on the road. For this model to be successful it will need to follow trends so we could notice at least few similarities with Mustang with which it shares high belt line that were offered with the concept model that was designed by Giugiaro.

It is pretty hard to think the 2016 Dodge Barracuda without a HEMI engine and reports suggest that the good old recipe will be implemented here so would be getting V8 power. There are no details about the engine, its size and will it be offered only as a naturally aspirated or the supercharged unit will come also. Power has been speculated but no confirmations have been offered about this segment so we predict that anything from 300 hp to 600 hp and more is possible. Mustang comes with range from 300 to 450 hp while there are few special limited editions that offer even more than 700 hp and Challenger SRT Hellcat pumps out 707 hp as a standard so Barracuda will need to follow these models.

Looking at these images we can agree that it looks stunning, it reminds us of the original but still comes with some slick and modern lines. Without a doubt it will be one easy model to be recognized on street and aggressive stance will be one of the things that we will like most. Front gives large and menacing looking grille with larger top segment and slightly smaller lower part. Both headlights and fog lights are packed nicely and incorporated with grille while the hood openings will allow additional amount of air to be delivered and extracted to and from engine bay.


On the side there are the most impressive 22 inch wheels with high performance low profile tires and the 2016 Dodge Barracuda really needs these so it could keep all that power under control even it will be quite hard to do that. Tail lights and headlights come with LED technology improving overall looks and at the back we are also getting two large exhaust ends.

Release Date

There are still many segments regarding the 2016 Dodge Barracuda about which we do not have any official and confirmed information’s. One of those is the release date. If this car comes as a 2016th model we do expect it to be offered as a almost production ready concept during the first quarter of 2015th and that the fully ready version will be coming during the summer of the next year as a preparation for a fall release.

2016 Dodge Barracuda Price

Another thing that will be interesting to see is the price of this muscle car. You will need to wait slightly longer for this detail to be offered but we expect it to be priced similarly to Mustang as one of its main competitors, this means that we could be getting base version from about $24,000. There is still enough time for many things to be changed and have in mind that at this point these are only rumors.

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