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2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320

2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320

A straight-line hero for enthusiast racers

If you like to live your life 1,320 feet at a time, then Dodge has just the ride for you. Not only is it rocking a high-output all-atmosphere V-8 under the hood, but it comes with all the gear you need to dominate at the local bracket racing event - no trailer required.

Continue reading to learn what makes the Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 Special.

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PSA Has Picked 15 States for it's U.S.-Market Comeback Attack

PSA Has Picked 15 States for it’s U.S.-Market Comeback Attack

Will it be as easy as they make it sound?

After exiting the U.S. market in 1991, PSA Group is eyeing a strong comeback. Larry Dominique, CEO of PSA Group North America, revealed that the company is seriously looking to re-establish itself in the U.S. again. In fact, the company has already started setting up their corporate office in Georgia, Atlanta. Are they a tad bit late, given how the trade war is picking up heat?

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All Changes Contrived by Renault Sport To Brew The Hardcore Megane RS Trophy

All Changes Contrived by Renault Sport To Brew The Hardcore Megane RS Trophy

It is the most powerful production car from Renault’s Sport Division

I can only infer that the importance of hot hatches in Europe is on par with the importance of muscle cars in the U.S. They are a must-have for every company that wants to do any business there. Renault and its division - Renault Sport - always did a really good job in this department with the overachieving Clio RS and Megane RS cars. Today, a new one emerged. Following the habits of the past, Renault Sport revealed the new Megane RS Trophy. It’s a car based on the regular RS but bathed with small tweaks to make it ever so faster, hardcore, and slightly meaner. It is a track weapon that tackles the monstrosity of the Honda Civic Type R, or the sophisticated gem the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport is. I will go even further and give Hyundai the courtesy of joining this exclusive group with its stunning Hyundai i30 N. I am fairly certain that the Megane RS and the Megane RS Trophy are fighting for supremacy with it too.

This is the most powerful production car Renault Sport has unveiled up to this point. The RS 1.8-liter turbocharged engine has been tuned with F1 tech and is now producing 296 horsepower. This is not the end of it as I suspect the Megane RS Trophy-R will come sometime in the future.

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The Nissan Leaf Nismo Has Been Unveiled, But It May Leave You Disappointed

The Nissan Leaf Nismo Has Been Unveiled, But It May Leave You Disappointed

Only in Japan, but we will get something even better

Since the introduction of the first Nissan Leaf, the automotive world has been quite eager to see what the Nissan performance division Nismo can do with the electric hatch. The race-ready Nismo Leaf RC was the first one to appear, but it was just too radical. Then, over the years, Nissan played around with some pseudo spirited versions never giving us a true Nismo Leaf. All that until October 25, 2017, when the Japanese company showcased the Nissan Leaf Nismo Concept.

Fast forward to today.

Nine months of the gestation period gave birth to a Leaf Nismo only available in Japan and wearing much the same attire as the concept version. Yet, I am far more interested in what Nismo did to that 147 horsepower drivetrain.

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2017 - 2018 Kawasaki KX 250F

2017 - 2018 Kawasaki KX 250F

The Japanese Green Team’s single-most dominant motocross bike of the last decade

It is hands down is the single-most dominant motocross bike of the last decade. But for some time now, the Blue Crew has grabbed some of the limelight. STYLING
Let’s face it, nobody buys a motocross motorbike for the way it looks or for the way it is shaped and contoured. But, not many people realize that these design elements and minimalistic bodywork keep the motorcycle at the top of its game.
The 2017 onwards model features slimmer shrouds as a result of revised radiators and their new (...)

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2019 Hyundai i40

2019 Hyundai i40

The Euro-spec sedan is itching for an update

The Hyundai i40 is the latest car to go around the Nurburgring in full camouflage gear. Naturally, it means that it’s also the latest car to be caught out testing ahead of what looks to be a 2019 debut. Hyundai’s mid-sized, Europe-facing sedan is ripe for an update, hence the sight of the swirly wrapped prototype making runs at the ‘Ring earlier this week. There’s not much to look at for now, but the spy photos do give us some ideas on what we can expect when the updated i40 starts losing its camo skin.

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The Hyundai i30 N Line Isn't A Hot-Hatch, Yet It Looks Stimulating Like One

The Hyundai i30 N Line Isn’t A Hot-Hatch, Yet It Looks Stimulating Like One

Hyundai has come a long way. Like, a really, really, long way. Remember the old Hyundai Accent? It was a strangely underwhelming machine even when new. Last night I was strolling through the streets and suddenly came across the new Hyundai i30 (the Elantra GT.) It was dark outside, the car was black, and you know what, the new i30 did not look underwhelming. Not a bit. It’s a hatch I wouldn’t mind driving, owning or, in its most potent N form, racing. Now, the Europeans get a new version of the i30 to spice the things up a bit. The N Line! I did not use “spice up” only by chance. Hyundai actually titled the press release with “Spice up your driveway,” and I get them. With body additions inspired by the top of the line i30 N, the new i30 N Line feels lively and rambunctious. Especially in red.

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Watch How the $21,000, 27-Hour Oil Change is Done on a Bugatti Veyron

Watch How the $21,000, 27-Hour Oil Change is Done on a Bugatti Veyron

Forget about how long it takes because the price of one oil change costs about the same as a brand new car

For most of us regular folks, a standard oil change typically costs anywhere from $30 to $100. It’s usually more expensive when we’re talking about premium cars, but that same train-of-thought is taken to the extreme level when we’re talking about a car like the Bugatti Veyron. The embodiment of excess, the Veyron is more than just a $1.5 million supercar that once held the title as the world’s fastest production car. Everything about it is expensive, right down to the oil change, which can ring you up a staggering $21,000.

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A BMW 507 Brought in More Than $5 Million at the 2018 Goodwood Auction!

A BMW 507 Brought in More Than $5 Million at the 2018 Goodwood Auction!

It doesn’t get any sexier than the BMW 507 Roadster

A 1957 BMW 507 Roadster sold for more than $5 million at the recent Bonham auction at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The final price not only doubled the car’s pre-auction estimate — it was expected to fetch around $2.5 million — it also blew past the highest price ever paid for a BMW 507 by more than $2 million.

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2019 Nissan Leaf Nismo

2019 Nissan Leaf Nismo

For Japan only. At least for now

Introduced in 2010, the Nissan Leaf set many benchmarks in the electric car market and has become one of the most popular EVs out there. But, after seven years on the market, the Leaf got a bit long in the tooth, and with other companies having introduced more modern EVs in this niche, Nissan had no choice but to develop a second-generation model. Unveiled for the 2018 model year, the new Leaf is better in just about any department and it finally spawned a Nismo version.

Previewed by a concept unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, the Leaf Nismo is heavily based on the show car. However, the Nismo isn’t the "higher power, longer range version at a higher price" promised by Nissan, as the upgrade is far from comprehensive under the skin. The EV was also launched in Japan only, and it doesn’t seem as if Nissan wants to sell it in Europe or the United States anytime soon. Information is still scarce, but until more data becomes available let’s have a closer look at what we already know about it.

Continue reading to learn more about the Nissan Leaf Nismo.

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Mil-Spec Automotive Revives the Hummer H1

Mil-Spec Automotive Revives the Hummer H1

The beast returns with modern features. And an expensive price tag

While it failed as a brand as soon as it launched the H3, Hummer became an iconic brand with the H1. Produced by AM General from 1992 until 2006, the H1 is still regarded as one of the best off-road, military-based civilian vehicles ever built. 12 years have passed since it was discontinued, and the H1 returns as a restomod vehicle by Mil-Spec.

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The 2019 Audi TT Is Fresher, Meaner, More Tech Savvy, and Quick-Tempered

The 2019 Audi TT Is Fresher, Meaner, More Tech Savvy, and Quick-Tempered

I expected to see a facelifted Audi TT at the Paris Auto Show later this year, but Audi jumped the gun and released a new car only days after the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The new Audi TT received superficial exterior upgrades, slightly retuned engines, and a few more options for the interior. It remained much the same as before, but it did gain new Audi nomenclature designating the version with a number. New cars include the TT 40 TFSI, the TT 45 TFSI, the TT 45 TFSI Quattro, and the TTS.

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Jay Leno's Garage: Taking the Superformance Corvette Grand Sports for a Spin

Jay Leno’s Garage: Taking the Superformance Corvette Grand Sports for a Spin

This is easily one of the company’s best creations till date

Superformance has been creating new versions of legendary cars since 1996. Some of their creations include the Shelby Cobra, Ford GT40, Caterham, and Daytona Coupe, among others. Recently, they recreated a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, which is perhaps one of their best creations to date, and Jay Leno took it out for a spin!

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