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Video inside Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake

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| By StanlitoTheFly - 2 hours ago

Aston Martin are only making 99 Limited Edition versions of the car at a price tag of:


If I were to walk in and the sales person told me that I would give him the Korean Jesus side-eye

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Mercedes-Benz V-Class VIP Luxury Van by KLASSEN

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G63 vs. Cayenne Turbo vs. Range Rover SVR: On & Off Road Drag Race

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Road Races Start @ 0:55

Off Road Races Start @ 4:05

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Video inside Ferrari is starting to lose the plot

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| By StanlitoTheFly - 3 days ago

Bro WTF is this

And then to boot the cars cost $1 400 000 million each and are all sold out

Who's spending money on such grotesque things

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3 days ago

Ferrari 458 Speciale A

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4 days ago

Image inside Now it's #LexusGang

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Got the reclining seats in the back, radar cruise control, 23 speaker stereo, massaging seats, etc.

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Video inside I don't usually like art deco, but when I do...

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| By O1as - 4 days ago

It's in a 2012-2013 Rolls Royce.

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5 days ago

Shmee Buys a New Toyota SUPRA GR !

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Video inside 5 Used Cars You Should Never Buy

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| By eazy253 - 5 days ago

1. 2014 Mini
2. 2015 Beetle
3. 2013 Chevy Spark
4. 2014 Mazda cx9
5. 2013 Jeep Compass

Key take away... whatever car you are looking at, look into the parts availability and cost

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Video inside Cars with worst resale value

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6 days ago

Video inside 9 Quirky AMG Cars

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1. Mitsubishi Galant AMG
2. Mercedes SL70 AMG
3. Mercedes R63 AMG
4. Mercedes 300E "Hammer"
5. Mercedes SLK55 AMG
6. Mercedes C30 CDI AMG
7. Mercedes 190E 3.2 AMG "Baby Hammer"
8. Mercedes 300SL AMG
9. Mitsubishi Debonair V3000 Royal AMG

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Venom Kills Demos

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Video inside 2020 Toyota Supra

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Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

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Batman Arkham Knight Batmobile (Lamborghini Gallardo drivetrain)

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Video inside Exotic Car Financing

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Image inside 2020 Ford Explorer

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| By x Tha Arkitek x - 2 weeks ago


The 2020 Ford Explore now sits on a rear-wheel drive platform (the old Explorer was front-drive based). Powering those wheels will be one of several engines, starting with a 2.3-liter turbocharged inline-4 in XLT and Limited trims. It's similar to those found in the current Explorer, Mustang and Ranger, but it makes 300 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. That's 20 more ponies than in the current Explorer.

The Premium trim ups the power dramatically with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 making 365 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, which is 35 hp and 20 lb-ft less than the Aviator's V6. Ford Explorer hybrid and ST models are also coming, but Ford hasn't released details on those engines. Both the four-cylinder and V6 send power through a 10-speed automatic transmission.

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2 weeks ago

Lamborghini Huracan Evo

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| By Naga Sadow - 2 weeks ago

LamborghiniÂ’s newest iteration of the Huracan is dubbed the EVO and features a fully-integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control System, new infotainment technology with advanced connectivity and can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.9 seconds.

We already knew that it was going to be called the ‘EVO’ thanks to a recently released teaser of a Lamborghini invite-only app, offering us a pretty good look at the Huracan’s upgraded styling.

Improved aerodynamics

Lamborghini gave the Huracan EVO a new front bumper, featuring a front splitter with integrated wing design, aiding airflow. Meanwhile, the larger air intakes boast the automakerÂ’s signature Y-shape, while the profile reveals a new wheel design and new side air intakes.

However, itÂ’s the rear end that arguably makes the revised Huracan stand out the most. The twin exhaust tips are positioned higher up in the rear bumper, while the upper end of the rear section features an integrated, slotted spoiler for increased downforce.

The carÂ’s floor is all about maximizing aerodynamic efficiency. In fact, according to Lambo, the Huracan EVOÂ’s airflow-friendly styling improves downforce and overall aerodynamics by more than five (!) times compared to the first-generation Huracan.

“Lamborghini is intent on leading the advance to the highest level of super sports car technologies and driving emotion. This is the essence of the new Huracán EVO. It takes the extraordinary abilities of the Huracán Performante and combines state-of-the-art vehicle dynamic control to amplify the everyday Huracán driving experience,” stated the company’s CEO, Stefano Domenicali. “The Huracan EVO is the very definition of evolution: it is a step ahead, redefining the segment parameters. It is remarkably easy to drive, while delivering the most responsive, sensory and agile driving experience, in every environment.”

Modernized cabin

Inside the Huracan EVO you’ll find dedicated ‘EVO’ trim in an Alcantara and leather trimmed interior, with Arancio Dryope details to match the Arancio Xanto exterior on this particular press release model. Available on request are Carbon Forged Composites and Lamborghini’s patented Carbon Skin, to go with the new customizable ambient lighting system.

Customers will be able to choose from a wide range of Style Packs, as well as LamborghiniÂ’s Ad Personam program.

In terms of tech, thereÂ’s a new 8.4-inch touchscreen display in the center console, available multi-finger gesture control, Apple CarPlay with smartphone integration, connected sat-nav, web radio, integrated high-capacity hard disk and an optional dual-camera telemetry system.

Performante power

The Huracan EVOÂ’s 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 now puts down 640 PS (631 HP) at 8,000 rpm and 600 Nm (442 lb-ft) of peak torque at 6,500 rpm, an increase of 30 PS (29 HP) compared to its predecessor. Thanks to a dry weight of 1,422 kg (3,135 lbs), the Italian exotic has a 2.22 kg/hp weight-to-power ratio and accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 2.9 seconds. Zero to 200 km/h (124 mph) takes 9 seconds flat, while braking from 100 km/h to a standstill is achieved in 31.9 meters (104 feet). The Huracan EVOÂ’s top speed is rated at more than 325 km/h (202 mph).

Bottom line, performance specs are pretty much identical to those of the Huracan Performante.

Last, but not least, the EVO features new tech such as the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI), a central processing unit that controls every aspect of the carÂ’s dynamic behavior, aided by the Lamborghini Piattaforma Inzerziale (LPI), a comprehensive set of accelerator and gyroscope sensors positioned at the carÂ’s center of gravity.

Other noteworthy dynamics features include the rear-wheel steering system, four-wheel torque vectoring system, improved megnetorheological active suspension, new advanced traction control system, upgraded all-wheel drive system, and enhanced steering response.

The Huracan EVOÂ’s starting price is $261,274 in the U.S., while UK buyers will have to spend upwards of ÂŁ165,256. In China, it will cost 3,298,100 RMB, and in Japan, 29,843,274 YEN.

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2 weeks ago

Image inside The Cars We're Excited to Finally See in 2019

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| By Aztlan - 2 weeks ago

Good news: 2019 is going to have some of the most anticipated car reveals of the decade, so letÂ’s try to keep track of exactly what we should expect.

LetÂ’s start off with the four cars weÂ’ll finally get to see that have been building the hype for the years, if not decades. Probably the most anticipated car expected in 2019 would have to be the final realization of the dream that is a mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette.

1. Mid-engine Corvette

After years of concepts and rumors, we refused to believe that GM was actually doing the damn thing and building a mid-engine Corvette until we saw it for ourselves. Now, it seems like we see it every couple of weeks as more and more photos of it driving around emerge.

And 2019 should finally be the year we see it in a color other than heavy camouflage. Maybe. Reports indicate itÂ’s already been delayed six months to overhaul its electrical system. Come on GM. YouÂ’re so close to the finish after over 50 years of teasing. Show us what youÂ’ve got.

2. Toyota Supra

You may be thinking to yourself, “They’ve definitely already revealed the new Supra like months ago, right?” And you’d be wrong. Somehow, inexplicably, concept after concept, teaser after teaser, Toyota has yet to actually officially lift the sheet on this thing.

It may have leaked just this past Friday, but weÂ’ll never be absolutely certain until the car is on a stage in front of us and the press release goes live. The good news is that will all most likely happen at the Detroit Auto Show next month. Our long trial of teases is nearly over.

3. Ford Bronco

In a nearly completely opposite situation to the drawn out reintroduction of the Supra, Ford is seemingly pulling a new Ford Bronco out of a hat. It was just a couple of years ago that we were all wistful at the prospect of a new Bronco, full of amped up off-roading energy thanks to a new G-Wagen and Wrangler.

And suddenly now thereÂ’s the promise of not just a new big Bronco, but also a baby Bronco and possible a full range of Broncos in the pipeline. We even already have a few teaser images, just nevermind the bad mud rendering. It looks promising, and weÂ’ll probably see it, or at least a concept version, before the end of the year.

4. Land Rover Defender

But the Bronco wonÂ’t be the only off-roader making its triumphant return in 2019. Land Rover has a new Defender on the way, and now itÂ’ll be able to put its wheels to the ground stateside without fear of being crushed on video and going viral.

Land Rover is practically throwing the new Defender at us already, releasing a bunch of muddy, camouflaged images last week. While it doesnÂ’t look to be quite the capable off-roader it once was, we canÂ’t quite rule out itÂ’s no longer body-on-frame just yet from the teasers. Either way, itÂ’s nice that America gets to join the new Defender club.

Beyond the cars we canÂ’t quite seem to shut up about, what else can we expect from 2019?

5. Porsche Taycan

Porsche is dead-set to kick Tesla’s ass with its new Taycan electric sedan, and as much as I refused to accept its name when it was revealed, I have to admit “Taycan” is starting to sound good.

That may be in part to the technology Porsche is throwing at the car, though, as its set to push electric cars forward with a new 800-volt battery architecture. The car promises over 600 horsepower, over 300 miles of range, and the ability to charge up to 80 percent of its energy capacity in just 20 minutes using PorscheÂ’s upcoming 350 kW charging infrastructure. ItÂ’s set to be the new electric car to beat.

6. Ford Mach 1

What the hell is the Ford Mach 1? We donÂ’t know. Maybe Ford doesnÂ’t even know. Hopefully this will be the year that all of that confusion gets cleared up.

At first the Mach 1 was said to be a Mustang-inspired electric crossover. The funny thing about an electric crossover is that it has nothing to do with a Mustang, so we were confused from the get-go. Then Ford had to keep correcting everybody about whether the Mach 1 would be based on the Focus platform, or the Explorer platform, but now it seems like it will get its own unique architecture. Cool.

Oh, also, the backlash of using an iconic Mustang name like Mach 1 on a car that is decidedly not a Mustang may mean this thing ends up being called something else when itÂ’s finally revealed. Like I said, nobody is really clear on what exactly this thing will be, but that makes it all the more interesting heading into the new year.

7. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

What will be a real god-fearing Mustang, at least we hope, is the new Shelby GT500. WeÂ’ve already caught a glimpse of this car, but nothing official beyond the teaser image you see before you.

A leaked spec sheet promised 720 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque from a 5.2-liter V8, which sounds a lot better than an electric crossover with a cool name. Every moronic teenager thinks their Advanced-Auto-special Mustang will rip the skin off the Earth, but this one might actually do it.

8. Lamborghini going hybrid

Lamborghini is going to go full Lamborghini and possibly produce a limited-edition hypercar that will glow in the dark. It will likely be impossible not to see in 2019.

But the other, less-interesting rumor about this car, dubbed the LB48H for now, is that it will probably be a preview of LamboÂ’s next-generation hybrid technology. Those crazy fu*kers are going to add a hybrid setup to their already-insane Aventador V12 and there is nothing you nor the fire department can do about it.

Of course, there will be many more car introductions in 2019, many of which I would have to be a witch to forecast, and many more which are simply too boring to mention. Some notable expectations are the Aston Martin DBX crossover, a new Mercedes-Benz CLA that is hopefully easier to look at than the old one, and maybe a BMW M3 in some shape or form.

What IÂ’m personally most excited for, though, is a change to drive everything revealed in 2018. ThereÂ’s the new Mazda 3, the Jeep Gladiator pickup, the Polestar 1, and of course, the new 992 Porsche 911. ItÂ’s going to be a fun year of cars, so stay tuned.

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2 weeks ago

2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS

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