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This Custom BMW R NineT Is The Perfect Steed For RoboCop

This Custom BMW R NineT Is The Perfect Steed For RoboCop

Dubbed the STORM, this piece of automotive art was put together by hand and is made out of aluminum

If you’ve seen RoboCop, you’d know he’s sort of a bike fanatic, and although we might not get a sequel anytime soon, South African-based FabMan Creations has prepped up a custom BMW R NineT that’s perfect for the robotic hero.

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A New Ford Thunderbird Could Serve As a Direct Rival to the Chevy C8 Corvette

A New Ford Thunderbird Could Serve As a Direct Rival to the Chevy C8 Corvette

Can Ford really offer a new sports car that is not the GT?

Ford Thunderbird (or the T-bird) was announced for the first time in 1953 as a direct competitor to the just launched – at that time - Chevrolet Corvette. In just a year it went from an idea to a prototype and was unveiled to the public during the 1954 Detroit Auto Show. Sales started shortly after for the 1955 model year. The Thunderbird was produced without interruption for ten generations - from 1955 to 1997, then discontinued until it was brought back to life in 2002. However, the eleventh generation was produced only for 3 years, so in 2005 the name was discontinued again.

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This 2023 BMW X6 Prototype is Hiding A Lot and Very Little at the Same Time

This 2023 BMW X6 Prototype is Hiding A Lot and Very Little at the Same Time

The X6 spied here doesn’t show changes to the derriere, but we expect them to happen eventually

Pretty much all BMW models are going under the knife for a refresh. One of those models is the X6, and our spy photographers have spotted it testing again. This isn’t the first time it’s been spied, though. The facelift edX6 as well as the X6 M have been seen testing with camouflage several times. The X6 doesn’t seem to boast a lot of changes when compared to the outgoing model, but there is enough the keep it fresh for a year or two more.

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This LS7-powered, 1965 C2 Corvette Proves There Is Still Place For Custom-Built Pro-Touring Muscle Cars

This LS7-powered, 1965 C2 Corvette Proves There Is Still Place For Custom-Built Pro-Touring Muscle Cars

This 1965 Corvette sat in the desert for 30 years, and now, it represents the pinnacle of pro-touring muscle cars

In how bad of a state does a car need to be in order to be given up on? Apparently, it doesn’t matter for Greg Thurman, who saved a 1965 C2 Corvette that has been sitting in the desert for 30 years with much of its body missing. If you are a purist and hope to see a fully-restored, all-authentic C2 Corvette, you will be disappointed, because when Greg finished with the C2 Corvette, it became what can only be described as the pinnacle of custom-built, Pro-Touring American muscle cars.

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This 718 Cayman GT4 ePerformance Offers the Same Performance as a 911 GT3 Cup

This 718 Cayman GT4 ePerformance Offers the Same Performance as a 911 GT3 Cup

The Porsche Mission R morphs into the718 Cayman GT4 ePerformance just in time for GFOS

The future is electric, there is no doubt about that, and if the 911 will remain gas-powered for a little longer, things will be different for the entire 718 lineup. Porsche announced that as of 2025 both the 718 Cayman and Boxster will be replaced by an electric sports car. This will be the third electric car in Porsche’s lineup, next to the Taycan and the upcoming Macan EV.

A first glimpse at what the electric sports car could look like was offered back in 2021 when Porsche unveiled the Mission R Concept at the 2021 IAA Mobility show. Designed as a race car, the Mission R Concept has evolved even further, and it has now become the 718 Cayman GT4 ePerformance – a running prototype that will celebrate its premiere at the Goodwood Festival of Speed from June 23-26, 2022.

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$39,990 Isn't A Bad Starting Price For The 400-Horsepower Nissan Z!

$39,990 Isn’t A Bad Starting Price For The 400-Horsepower Nissan Z!

The New Z is here, and it promises an analog experience in a digital world

After the seventh-gen Z broke cover in August last year, Nissan has, at long last, officially announced the prices of its long-awaited and much-hyped sports car. The 2023 Nissan Z will kick off with a starting price of $39,990 plus destination, which brings it to a grand total of $41,015.

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The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R Could Be The ULTIMATE Four-cylinder Entry-level Sportbike

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R Could Be The ULTIMATE Four-cylinder Entry-level Sportbike

With the potential to produce more power than the twin-cylinder 500s the ZX-4R could even take on a couple of 650cc bikes

Love it or hate it, electrification is happening as we speak and it’s more a matter of when, not if, as we see the big guns jump aboard the EV train.

However, Kawasaki’s ideology seems a bit different than the rest, as the Japanese bikemaker is trying to whip up some flabbergasting internal combustion engines before it electrifies its portfolio.

A prime example of this is the four-cylinder Ninja ZX-25R and now, it looks like Kawasaki will soon back it up with a 400cc iteration, the Ninja ZX-4R.

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Lexus May Outgrow the Umbilical Cord That Tethers it to Toyota

Lexus May Outgrow the Umbilical Cord That Tethers it to Toyota

SUVs might not be something automakers can ignore, but that doesn’t mean they have to make up the entire portfolio

Back in late-2021 when Toyota and Lexus showcased an entire range – by range we mean 17 – concepts, nobody was surprised to see so many SUVs. In fact, out of the 17 models revealed, only a handful were cars, and all but one of those cars were wearing a Lexus badge. The highlight of the entire event, if you discount that potential Toyota MR2 successor, was the Lexus Electrified Sport Concept. The sheer popularity of SUVs and crossovers mixed in with their ability to support larger batteries (and more range) means the potential for cars like the Lexus Electrified Sport is dwindling by the day. Fortunately, Lexus doesn’t see it that way, because to Lexus, SUVs aren’t everything.

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The 2023 Nissan Z Finally Shows What It Can Do Against Its Competitors

The 2023 Nissan Z Finally Shows What It Can Do Against Its Competitors

We finally see how the manual and automatic Nissan Z perform against each other and their direct competitors

With the Nissan Z about to go on sale, the Japanese company finally handed out press cars in order for us to find out how it stacks up to its competitors. Hagerty was lucky enough to get two cars – a manual and an automatic - and pit them not just against one another, but against a GR Supra, a Mustang Mach 1, and as a bonus, a 2010 Aston Martin V-8 Vantage. The results are as much surprising as they are not.

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Here's A Chance To Get Your Hands On A Pristine ‘97 Honda CBR900RR

Here’s A Chance To Get Your Hands On A Pristine ‘97 Honda CBR900RR

An ode to modern-day superbikes, this CBR runs perfectly, sounds awesome, and looks the business

Honda’s CBR moniker is an important one for the Japanese bikemaker and has birthed some truly game-changing motorcycles. One such motorcycle was the Honda CBR900RR, which went on sale from 1992 to 2003, serving as the base for the now-flagship CBR1000RR FireBlade. Looking for a pristine CBR900RR to bless your garage? Lucky for you, there’s one available at BringATrailer going for no reserve. Here are all of its details.

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Lamborghini is Learning to Embrace the Challenges and Advantages of Going Electric

Lamborghini is Learning to Embrace the Challenges and Advantages of Going Electric

Building an electric car that evokes the same sense of emotion won’t be easy, but it’s definitely doable

Brands like Lamborghini are synonymous with thoughts of exotic beauty, performance, and emotion. It’s that way by design, and all three factors have been brought together time and time again to form some of the world’s greatest cars. This holds true for modern cars like the Lamborghini Aventador, for example, or the Lamborghini Sian and the Lamborghini Urus. But, even if you look to the past, models like the Gallardo, Diablo, and the Murcielago all follow the same basic recipe: performance and beauty come together to create an emotional experience – an experience that is capable of striking deep into the heart of nearly every automotive enthusiast on the planet.

This time-tested recipe, however great it is, seems to be in danger as the industry shifts into full-scale electrification. Venturing into the unknown leaves us with doubt that the element of emotion can survive in a world without internal combustion engines. The truth is that it can, and it will, because brands like Lamborghini won’t let it die.

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2023 Nissan Z Driven – What It's Really Like to be Behind the Wheel

2023 Nissan Z Driven – What It’s Really Like to be Behind the Wheel

It’s so much better than 370Z, and yet it’s still affordable

Nissan has taken everything it’s learned from the Z lineup thus far and improved on it in ways we never thought were possible. The old, aging V-6 is gone, only to be replaced by the same V-6 found in the Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 with some major improvements. The same platform resides underneath, only it has been updated for improved handling, better safety, and more structural rigidity. Factor in the revised suspension, retro look, and impressive cabin, and this is arguably the best Z in existence.

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A Custom Harley Forty-Eight That'll Turn Heads No Matter Where It Goes

A Custom Harley Forty-Eight That’ll Turn Heads No Matter Where It Goes

Dubbed the ’Dark Side’, this rad chopper has been transformed by Bad Land Customs based out of Japan

When a hardcore biker thinks of Japan, brands like Suzuki, Honda, and Yamaha come to mind. But not many know that Japan is actually home to several super-talented custom bikemakers as well.

One such shop is Bad Land which has as many as 150 (!) custom Harley builds under its belt. Today, we’re featuring the 90th motorcycle that was worked on by the bikemaker, a super-sexy Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight, dubbed Dark Side.

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Alfa Romeo Alfetta May Return As a Mid-Size Sedan, Sometime Between 2022 And 2026

Alfa Romeo Alfetta May Return As a Mid-Size Sedan, Sometime Between 2022 And 2026

Rumors of an Italian competitor to the BMW 5 Series are circulating, and it may happen sooner than expected

The long-needed “good marriage” of Alfa Romeo is finally a fact. While the brand was in a rather rough spot, despite churning out a series of great models – the 4C, Giulia, and Stelvio – being under the banner of Stellantis is certainly opening new possibilities. By new possibilities, we mean new models, and, according to a 2021 article from Alfisticrew.com, Alfa Romeo may be working on another rear-wheel-drive, sports luxury sedan, and it may happen sometime between 2022 and 2026.

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