The Type 133 Will be the Pinnacle of Change for Lotus
In the past, the British carmaker, Lotus, was known for its ultra-lightweight and simple sports cars like the Elan, Elise, Exige, and later the Evora, which were axed. While the Lotus Emira still upholds the brand’s old philosophy, Lotus is forced to move with the times. This means electricity, and after Lotus’ first EV hypercar, the Evija, and its first SUV – the all-electric Eltere – the brand is introducing its first EV sedan. It’s called the Type 133, and it promises to be the most luxurious model Lotus has ever made.
The Truth Behind Dodge’s Electric Muscle Car
Dodge is known mostly for its outrageous V-8 Muscle cars. Over the last decade, the American carmaker has presented us car enthusiasts with some of the most bonkers high-performance vehicles. Those were the people that actually considered putting the Hellcat engine into a Chrysler Pacifica van. Not that they didn’t put it in almost anything else available in their lineup. Regardless, Dodge is at a turning point as it is preparing the supercharged V-8 for an epic send-off. What comes next is the first-ever Muscle car EV. Dodge’s Muscle is coming in August 2022 and this is everything you need to know about it.
Tuner Alert: Dahler Can Give your BMW M3 or M4 A Swiss Twist of Power
BMW’s M division prides itself with making some of the most driver-focused performance cars on the market. While the tech-heavy nature of modern cars may cause divisive opinions on the subject, the new BMW M3 and M4 is, without a doubt, capable platform. With that said, Swiss tuner Dahler recently unveiled their vision for what a tastefully-modified BMW M4 should look like, and we think that as far as ground-bound aircraft go, this one is touched at all the right places by just the right amount, including the engine department.
Nick Heidfeld’s 959 S Just Got the Legendary Porsche Classic Treatment
While we are never tired of saying how iconic the Porsche 911 is, there are a few models from the German brand that are just as epic. The Porsche 959 is, undoubtedly, one of them, and what makes this one even more special is that this one is owned by racing driver, Nick Heidfeld. The Porsche 959 was regarded as the most advanced supercar of its time when it debuted back in 1986, and this 1987 example recently benefited from the Porsche Classic treatment.
Kellison J6 Panther - The True Story Behind This Forgotten American Muscle Car
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic American sports cars. And while there’s hardly any Corvette worth missing out on, the American icon also proved to be a great basis for other high-performance machines. One of the greatest examples of that is the Kellison J6 Panther, which was the creation of former aircraft engineer, Jim Kellison, who in 1958, founded Kellison Auto Engineering company and aimed to build an even faster version of the Chevrolet Corvette.
Plasan Wilder Is The First-ever Mid-engine Armored Vehicle
We normally don’t talk about armored vehicles as they tend to be as far from performance cars as possible in terms of driving dynamics. However, that was before we learned of the Plasan Wilder. Israeli-based company, Plasan, provides armored solutions for various military vehicles, used in different armed forces around the world, with their technology being applied to over 40,000 vehicles every year. One of their latest products, the Wilder, changes the paradigm of what a light armored vehicle is, and judging by the specs, it can only be described as the Lotus Elise of modern armored vehicles.
Here’s How Much Horsepower a Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Makes After 20 Years
In general, Italian cars are not known for reliability. While we won’t be getting into the argument of how true that is, we have to give credit where it’s due. Ferrari is, more often than not, associated with a level of engineering matched by few, and the brand’s flat-plane V-8 engines are second only to its sublime V-12 mills. That said, YouTube channel Auto Sportivo Bedford, together with former Car Throttle host, Alex Kerston (Autoalex Cars), finds out how well a Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale holds up after 20 years, and by that, we mean how many of its “prancing horses” are still there.
The Citroen SM Mylord: An Exquisite French Convertible With a Cringe Name
While French vehicles are not particularly popular in some regions of the world, they were a force to be reckoned with 50 years ago. The Citroen SM is a perfect example because, like most Citroens, it scores innovative engineering solutions and a highly distinctive design. But while the Citroen SM was a fairly known vehicle, with some examples even sold in the US, there is a much rarer version you may have forgotten about. The SM was originally offered as a 2+2 luxury coupe, but not long after its debut, a convertible version was also introduced. This is all you need to know about it.
Legendary Drummer Mikkey Dee Puts The Pedal To The Metal In The Volvo FH Electric
Even today, when technology is easily copied, Volvo is still considered to be at the forefront of safety. The Swedish manufacturer is also one of the first brands to adopt electrification, and this now extends to their truck models. With that said, Volvo Trucks proudly introduces the FH Electric. Given the focus on electrification, this is the natural progression of the Volvo FH, which in 2014, was the first truck to receive Volvo’s I-Shift, dual-clutch automatic (with optional crawler gears from 2016). Now, this electric version is ready to rock and roll in silence (not literally roll) and legendary drummer, Mikkey Dee gets behind the wheel to share his impressions.
This Shelby Cobra Replica Is So Good, You Can’t Tell It Apart from the Original
The Shelby Cobra is one of the most iconic and sought-after American muscle cars. Despite it being based on the British AC Ace, the Cobra became its own thing thanks to American racing driver and car builder, Carroll Shelby. While every car enthusiast wants a piece of this American automotive history, not everyone can afford the seven-figure price of an original Cobra. Because of this, the Cobra is the most replicated car in the world. But just how close can a replica get to the original? Hagerty gives the answer in an episode of the Appraiserwhere a top-of-the-line continuation car is being featured, in order to determine its market value.
Ferrari Is Still Unsure of How to Transition into an EV Company
Ferrari is, probably, the automotive brand that most begrudgingly made the transition to electrification and SUVs. The Italian sports car manufacturer is still behind on the electrification front compared to most other manufacturers and is yet to announce definite plans for a fully-electric model. Ferrari’s first step towards electrification began with the 2013 LaFerrari, which featured a hybrid powertrain revolving around a V-12, but there are a few reasons why the Maranello-based carmaker is yet to make a transition.
Can a 1990s Ferrari Take On An All-electric KIA?
If there’s one thing we have established in recent years, it is that EVs are quick, at least when it comes to 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) acceleration. The Kia EV6 is a good example of this, and Carwow reckons that its electric powertrain is capable enough to allow the all-electric crossover to keep up with a 1990s Ferrari F355. The mid-engine Ferrari was pretty quick 25 years ago, but can its V-8 still provide enough oomph or will it fail miserably against “the future”?
1973 Plymouth Barracuda from "Fast And Furious" Is Up For Grabs
It seems there is a recurring trend of movie cars being listed for sale. Last week, we talked about the Porsche 996 Carrera from the 2001 “Gone in 60 Seconds” remake, which was actually a stunt car, based on the 1978 Porsche 911. This time, we are talking about the Plymouth Barracuda used in the Fast and Furious franchise, more specifically, Furious 6 and Furious 7. As expected from movie cars, things aren’t always what they seem.
This 1957 BMW 507 is Dirty But Could Be Worth Millions
BMW has been turning out some of the greatest driving machines ever made. The list is long with cars like the BMW M1 E26, BMW M6 E24, BMW M3 E30, and others, which are world renown for their incredible smile per gallon ratio. Sadly, not all great models are successful and the BMW 507, produced between 1956 and 1960, is among them. Very few of them were made, and recently, one came up for sale, after more than 40 years away from the spotlight.
Tesla’s Conquest of Europe May Fall Short
Regardless of what happens in the future, Tesla will go down in history as the company that started the transition from internal combustion engines to electricity. While the American EV maker has been quite open-minded and willing to share its know-how with other car companies, it seems the current state of the global economy has taken its toll on Tesla’s production output. With other car makers now well into the EV scene, this may be a problem for Tesla, especially in Europe where most of its competitors are based.
Take a Ride in the Craziest Sports Car You’ve Never Heard Of
There is hardly a country with more defunct manufacturers than the U.K. Over the last 100 years, dozens of car brands have come and gone. Some of them, however, did things right, only to be forgotten by time. Such is the case with one of Britain’s most obscure and rare sports cars ever made – the 1970 Trident Clipper. U.K.-based YouTube channel, furiousdriving has managed to get access to one of the very few Trident Clippers made and tell us all about the quirks, features, and history of the car.
This E92 BMW M3 Put on an Epic Drift and Smoke Show at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed
Goodwood Festival of Speed is one of the most spectacular automotive events, and in 2022, the 29th edition took place. The event started on Thursday, June 23, and ended on Sunday, June 26. As always, some of the most epic machines of all shapes, sizes, classes, powertrains, etc. were showcased at the event in West Sussex. By far, one of the greatest shows was put up by James Deane’s BMW M3 E92, which disappeared entirely into a cloud of smoke at one point.
Porsche 911 HLS Is A Weird And Futuristic Car Forgotten By Time
During the 1960s and 1970s, Porsche was experimenting with the 911 platform. At that time, the people at Porsche were yet to realize what an icon the rear-engine sports car would become, and decided to experiment with a sportier version that featured a one-piece canopy. The only issue was that Porsche did not really want to bother making the car. As a result, Porsche sent a 911 to the Technical University in Aachen and asked the bright minds there to have a go at it. They obliged, and one of the weirdest, one-off Porsche models was born.
Germany’s ICE Ban Opposition Could Prolong The Life of Traditional Sports Cars
The push for mass electrification is now more apparent than ever. With it, governments in developed economies are pushing for a ban on all ICE-powered vehicles. With that being said, Germany is one place coveted by motoring enthusiasts. On one hand, there’s the fabled Nurburgring racetrack and on the other, the unrestricted sections of the Autobahn where you are allowed to drive as fast as your car can go unless it’s a Bugatti Chiron, apparently. Germany also holds a substantial share of the global automotive market, much of which is still comprised of ICE-powered vehicles. With that in mind, Germany is opposing the ban, that according to which, all ICE-powered vehicles should be phased out by 2035.
Dodge’s Electric Muscle Car Officially Coming in August
Dodge is known as being the most “against the grain” car company and you only need to see their bonkers, supercharged V-8 models to see it’s true. However, even Chrysler is forced to move with the times, and the company’s transition to electric powertrains is already in motion. With that in mind, Dodge has big plans for the upcoming, 2022 Woodward Dream Cruise, in an event known as the Dodge Speed Week. Over a few days, Dodge will announce three models that will shed light on the brand’s future plans.
Is This 2021 Superlite GT-R The Perfect Unfinished Project?
If you are a car enthusiast, you probably know of the 1964 Ford GT40 and that it is one of the most iconic American sports cars ever made. After numerous attempts at a spiritual successor, Ford came up with the 2005 GT. With that said, even the sequel to the icon is too expensive for most. Luckily, there are alternatives and our investigation stumbled upon a listing in the Facebook group Fiberclassics handcrafted cars, kit cars, Replicas. An almost finished, 2021 Superlite GT-R kit car has been listed by Facebook user, Jon Leone, and it looks like a worthy, budget-friendly alternative to the American icon.
Rendering: A BMW Z7 Would Make for the Perfect Electric Sports Coupe
Even in times when carmakers are transitioning to electricity, BMW still prides itself as one of the sportier premium brands on the market. While the Bavarian company continues to churn out high-performance models like the M4 Competition, it’s the Z Series that seems to have been neglected. The Z4 G29 never really made an impact, unless we count its technological twin, the GR Supra, but an independent designer that goes by Bekir Kaya, has provided an interesting take on what a BMW Z7 would look like.
BMW M Just Indirectly Confirmed the 3.0 CSL Is Coming This Year
The 50 years of BMW M celebration kicked off today at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Bavarian carmaker, naturally, took the opportunity to introduce the new BMW M3 Touring, after many faithful fans awaited (for decades) for the return of the high-performance station wagon/estate. While on the subject of BMW’s high-performance models, M bosses took the opportunity to tease another upcoming model, which is even more special, as it could be the new 3.0 CSL.
The Viritech Apricale is 1,000 Hydrogenated Horsepower of Pininfarina Design
By now, it’s clear that the automotive industry’s main focus is on sustainability and “zero emissions”. While many are putting all their chips on electrification, some companies are exploring hydrogen as a viable alternative. Engineering firm, Viritech, is one such company and their hydrogen-powered supercar, the Viritech Apricale, promises to combine mind-shattering performance, zero emissions, and exquisite Italian styling.
This is One of the Weirdest and Most Obscure Porsches Ever Built
When we talk about Porsche, the first car to come to mind is 911. While the German sports car manufacturer is already dabbling in electrification, its rear-engine classic is still keeping it old-school. However, throughout Porsche’s history, there have been many obscure and rare models, including projects Porsche doesn’t like to admit exist. The Porsche B32 is definitely on the obscure side of things, and about as far from Porsche’s usual itinerary as possible. However, there’s a good reason for the B32 to exist, and recently, one of the very few examples was sold for a mind-boggling figure.
Is This Really a Prototype of the Next-Gen Ford Mustang?
The American icon known as the Ford Mustang has evolved through six generations so far, not counting the Mach E. The current S550 generation of the Pony car is coming to an end and the 2024 Mustang, internally dubbed S650, is on its way. While we may see a production version as soon as April 2023, the next-gen Mustang is still being developed and under heavy camouflage. With that being said, test prototypes have started appearing on public roads, and YouTube channel, TFLnow presents the latest (so far) spy footage of the S650 Mustang prototype.
The Acura Integra Was Benchmarked Against Some Unlikely Competitors
The Acura Integra was one of the most anticipated nameplates and after 22 years, it made a comeback for the 2023 model year. While the five-door liftback body style is still a divisive subject, a Q&A session with Lead Product Planner, Jonathon Rivers, in the forum Integra Talk, revealed previously unknown details about the development of the new Aura Integra. Acura’s recent work has made it clear that it wants to be a performance luxury brand. As such, the 2023 Integra was benchmarked against some rather unlikely competitors.
The Porsche 911 996 From "Gone In 60 Seconds" Goes On Sale
Car enthusiasts likely remember the movie “Gone in 60 Seconds”. While the original movie was from the 1970s, the remake from 2000 featured some impressive vehicles, more familiar to the younger audience. Among them was a Porsche 911 "996" Carrera, which was actually, the first car “boosted” in the movie. Now, that very car is for sale, but there’s more to this “996” that meets the eye, as it pretends to be a much newer car than it actually is.
Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
With the “regular” 911 (992) GT3 out and official, all eyes are now headed towards the GT3 RS. As expected, the more hardcore version of the already hardcore GT3 will feature more of everything - except for the weight, of which it will have less. The most important thing is that the latest most track-focused normally-aspirated 911 is underway, and here’s what we can expect.
Updated 6-21-2022: The Porsche 911 GT3 RS has been spied one last time prior to its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Check out the spy shots below!
A Mini with a Hayabusa Engine Gives Nightmares To A Ford Mustang
Drag racing two very different vehicles usually result in a thrilling outcome. CarWow’s latest drag battle features an almost stock, Ford Mustang GT, and a classic Mini Cooper that has been heavily modified. At first glance, it hardly sounds like a fair race, but the Mini has dropped the standard blender in favor of a Hayabusa motorcycle engine. It seems like a classic race between horsepower and lightweight, in which the Mustang has a lot more engine displacement and horsepower while the Mini relies on lightness and high revs.
This Tesla-powered 1972 Plymouth Satellite "Electrollite" Is A Homebuilt EV Muscle Car
Tesla-swapping a classic American muscle car is still a highly divisive subject. However, a 1972 Satellite isn’t exactly as sought-after as its more performance-oriented, MOPAR sibling, the Roadrunner, so exceptions can be made. We know that the third-generation Satellite was powered by a variety of engines, from 225 to 400 cubic inches, and while we don’t know what engine was initially put in this one, it now has a Tesla P100D with all the cool features and none of the safety. That Racing Channel finds out if it’s still as fun to drive and pits it against a 700-horsepower, 1969 Dodge Dart.
These Two Pristine Plymouth Cudas Could Be Worth More Than Some Classic Exotics
Classic American muscle cars are still some of the most desirable cars by collectors and enthusiasts. The Plymouth Cuda is among the most iconic representatives of the 1960s and early 1970s American motoring. The third generation came out in 1970 and is one of the last muscle cars to have actual muscle. Now, not one but two of the most pristine examples are up for grabs through Barrett Jackson. Both cars are the 1971 model year and are listed as no reserve, but one of them is extra special.
The 2023 BMW M4 GT4 Drops In Time For The Next Racing Season
BMW has a long and proud history in racing, particularly so in GT racing. With this in mind, BMW’s Motorsport division just announced that its new racecar, the BMW M4 GT4, officially goes on sale. BMW’s latest GT4 racer was unveiled in preparation for the SRO race weekend at the Virginia International Raceway (USA). The latest iteration of BMW’s GT4 racecar is set to continue the German brand’s success in the GT4 category, and from 2023, private teams will be able to purchase the M4 GT4 and put it straight to work in the racing series.
The Mythical, One and Only White Ferrari Enzo Is Real, and It’s For Sale!
Few car brands have the connotation of special as Ferrari. The sports cars of the prancing horse are legendary, some more so than others. Among the biggest highlights of the Italian brand is the Ferrari Enzo, which was built to celebrate 60 years of Ferrari. Like all flagship Ferrari models, the Enzo was produced in limited quantities, with only 400 examples, and now, the rarest of them all is being auctioned off through RB Sotheby’s without reserve.
Тhe "Anti-Crisis" Moskvitch Is Proof Russia Should Stay Away From Making Cars
The Russian automotive industry has never been much to look at. This is even more apparent in modern days when even brand new models are 20 years behind their western counterparts in terms of technology and safety. The conflict in Ukraine has prompted many companies to move away from Russian territories, including many foreign carmakers, such as Renault. This “power vacuum”, so to speak, has resulted in an old, Russian car company reappearing. The brand Moskvitch is coming back under the supervision of the Russian government, with an “anti-crisis” model, and the car’s standard equipment proves why the brand should have stayed dead.
This Electric 1952 Jaguar XK120 Comes Straight From the Ocean
Over the years, Jaguar has made some of the most beautiful vehicles. While the E-Type generally gets the spotlight, the 1948 to 1954 Jaguar XK120 is just as impressive. Moreover, UK-based company, Lunaz, dabbles in restoring and converting classic vehicles to zero-emissions EVs, and their latest project is based, precisely, on the elegant, British roadster. The Jaguar XK120 by Lunaz isn’t just about zero emissions. It’s also about sustainability and the whole vehicle has been restored using recycled waste from the oceans.
2022 Mercedes EQC 400 Review - The Electric SUV With Hidden Character
Among the big automotive brands, Mercedes has one of the most comprehensive EV lineups currently on the market. The Mercedes EQC was introduced back in 2019 and is the first Mercedes EV. Recently, we got to drive the Mercedes EQC 400, which at this point in time, is the only available version of the compact luxury SUV. The EQC is the founder of the Mercedes’ all-electric, EQ lineup and these are our impressions.
Rendering: An Off-Road Tesla Cybertruck With the Angles to go Anywhere
The Tesla Cybertruck is one of the most anticipated yet controversial vehicles in recent times. This is mainly due to the fact that the all-electric pickup truck from Tesla was unveiled back in 2019 and despite numerous preorders, still hasn’t seen the light of day. While Elon Musk assures us that the Cybertruck will go on sale in 2023, Tesla may have dropped the ball since other carmakers have, not only brought it up, but beat Tesla to the EV pickup truck game, a case in point being the Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, and the GMC Hummer EV.
This 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Is One Of The Last Classic Mustangs Worth Buying
If you are a muscle car enthusiast, you probably know that around the mid-1970s, things went really bad for those of us looking for big power and performance. The oil crisis meant gas was expensive and American carmakers were forced to take their big V-8s and neuter them. The 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 is one of the cars that got the worst of it. Despite having a 351 Cleveland under the hood, the most powerful version of the 1973 Mustang Mach 1 made 285 horsepower. But that doesn’t mean this 1973 example should be overlooked, especially when it has been fully restored and is currently listed for a reasonable price.
2023 Volvo C40 Recharge Review: The Sportier Electric Alternative to the XC40
Volvo, like other manufacturers, is hard at work electrifying its entire lineup. While Polestar (Volvo’s ex-tuner) is considered to be the EV arm of the Swedish brand, Volvo is churning out fully-electric versions of its own models. The first Volvo-badged EV is the XC40 Recharge, which is still being sold with a variety of internal-combustion engines. However, its sportier sibling, the Volvo C40 Recharge is the brand’s first EV-only model, and we recently got a chance to spend some time with the twin-motor variant.
Ford Gears Up to Become The Ultimate Enthusiast Brand
With the mass adoption of electric powertrains, it’s difficult to see how car companies plan to appeal to car enthusiasts. It seems Ford is tackling the challenge by splitting its model development process into two separate divisions: the Ford Model e division and the Ford Blue division. In the eyes of traditional fans, Ford has already done some controversial moves, case in point being the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which aside from the tri-bar taillights has little in common with the Mustang we all know and love. But now, Ford assures us that, despite the focus on EVs, it’s going to be an enthusiast-centric brand.
Mercedes-AMG G63 4x4 Squared - The Ultimate Factory Monster Truck
The Mercedes G-Class has been one of the most distinctive vehicles ever made. Like the Land Rover Defender and Hummer H1, the G-Class was originally developed as a light, military transport vehicle. While the model, also known as Gelandewagen, can trace its roots back to the 1970s, the model has evolved over the years, with many special versions of the boxy off-roader. Now, there is a new version for 2023 and it looks like, this time, Mercedes has made the ultimate factory monster truck.
The Sixth-Gen Camaro Might Have Been More Successful as a Shooting Brake
The sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro is nearing the end of its production run with the 2023 model year being the last refresh of the American icon before being discontinued in 2024. There have been talks about what’s coming next, and it looks like the Camaro nameplate will be adopted by an EV sedan. The Camaro’s main rival, the Ford Mustang, has already taken steps forward with the S650 generation, which will feature hybrid powertrains and then, there’s the Mustang Mach-E. While the sixth-generation Camaro is not enjoying great sales figures, an independent graphic designer that goes by jlord8, has envisioned a more practical version in the form of the Chevy Camaro Sportback, and we have to say, it looks like a missed opportunity from GM.
How the Nissan GT-R Changed the Rules and Saved Nissan
The Nissan Skyline GT-R goes down in history as one of the most iconic Japanese sports cars ever made. It managed to not only put Japan on the automotive map more than once but also to save the Nissan company from going bankrupt. Nissan’s strife to create a world-dominating performance car culminated in 1989 with the R32 GT-R, but even more interesting is how the car, which got the nickname Godzilla, came to be. A documentary about the R32 GT-R’s birth from YouTube channel, THE SQUIDD, gives a brief but detailed history lesson on Godzilla’s birth.
Olymp Is The New European Car Brand That Comes to Challenge Tesla and Volkswagen
While start-up manufacturers are an increasingly common sight in the modern-day automotive industry, those are usually limited to China and the US. A case in point is Chinese carmakers like Haval and Geely, which are starting to expand to other continents, or American start-ups like Rivian and Lucid, which follow in the footsteps of Tesla. Now, there is another start-up company that proves Europe still has something new to offer on the EV front. It’s called Olymp and, despite the name, it’s an Austrian company that wants to challenge the status quo.
We’re Convinced the UK Has One of the Best Car Scenes
When it comes to car shows, gearheads across the world wish they would be in the U.S. While the land of the free is known to host some of the biggest automotive events on a regular basis, AdamC3046 shows us that the UK car scene is just as crazy, if not more so. At UK’s Modified Nationals we see some pretty interesting stuff and, as you will see, anything goes. From mildly modified examples through sub-compact hatchbacks with body parts belonging to completely different vehicles, we see proof that the creativity of people knows no bounds.
Rendering: This EX8 Concept Would Put Peugeot in Competition With Aston Martin and Ferrari
These are sad days when the most exciting design studies are done, not by the manufacturers themselves, but by independent designers who are showcasing their vision of what a certain brand could make. While modern regulations ensure we will be getting fewer and fewer exciting models, a Turin-based graphic designer known as Mattia Loghero has presented his take on a French high-performance, luxury gran-tourer, dubbed the Peugeot EX8 Concept, and we already wish it was more than just a sketch.
Don’t Write Off The Ferrari-Fighting Ginetta Akula Just Yet
The British automotive industry boasts many automotive manufacturers, found in varying degrees of obscurity. Ginetta is one of those manufacturers that, unlike many others, is still around. While the car has its fair share of lightweight sports cars for the road, the company mostly dabbles in various, single-make racing series, like the Ginetta G40 Cup, Ginetta GT4 Supercup, and others. However, the Leeds-based carmaker has done the unthinkable and challenged Ferrari with their latest creation, the Akula.
The 1969 Ford Mustang BOSS 520 Was The Ultimate Mustang
The legacy of the Ford Mustang dates back to 1962 with the Ford Mustang I concept car. Since then, we have gotten many iconic interpretations of the car, including high-performance variants like the Shelby GT350, GT500, BOSS 302, and the BOSS 429, which is considered to be the ultimate ’Stang. The BOSS 429, itself, was the basis for other interesting projects such as the mid-engine Ford Mustang LID, but there was another, more conventional version that, sort of, made it - the Mustang BOSS 520.
The Condition of this V8-Swapped BMW E30 from Car Trek Will Break Your Heart
It is generally accepted that BMWs do not age well. Maybe they do in terms of aesthetics (except the current ones), but not in terms of reliability, as we have seen many times. Things are even less promising when you buy a car that was featured on Car Trek, which is exactly what Jared Pink from Wrench Every Day has done. The YouTuber acquired the 1987 BMW 325i E30, originally driven by Tyler Hoover, and as you would expect, the car is in a pretty rough shape. What you don’t know, however, is just how rough the old "Beemer" really is.
Refill Your Gas Tank With This Hefty Dose of Tuner Cars
Car meets are awesome, and while not all regions can boast such a great car scene on a daily basis, those less fortunate than others can still enjoy such events on the internet. YouTube channel CarSpotterQVS is doing a great job at supplying such content, and this particular gathering somewhere in the Netherlands is proof of just how diverse and rich the car culture in Europe really is.
It’s Official: Bugatti Sucked at Developing Cars
When it comes to the automotive industry, Rimac’s acquisition of Bugatti is one of the most epic automotive marriages in recent history. Volkswagen owned the French hypercar manufacturer since 1998, but on November 2nd, 2021, the Croatian EV manufacturer, Rimac, officially took custodianship of Bugatti. While this is a great way for both car companies to move forward, Mate Rimac’s other goal for Bugatti is to assume much better control over the development costs, which is something Volkswagen did not manage very well at all.
Here’s What a Modern Day Manta Ray Corvette Would Look Like
With modern automotive design influenced more and more by numerous regulations, many of the production cars do not look nearly as exciting as their respective, original concept models. For the same reason, many design studies never made it to production or had to be heavily altered. While there are concept cars that made it to the real world, the Chevrolet Corvette Manta Ray is, sadly, not among them, but now, we have a modern interpretation of the 1960s design and, once again, we wish GM could give us a production version of it.
Lightning Sports TS: When The Brits Wanted To Make Their Own C3 Corvette
When we talk about “The American Dream” in the context of cars, the Chevrolet Corvette is, often, the car everyone looks up to. While largely sold in its home market, in the USA, the American sports car has had quite a faithful fanbase across the pond too. Because of this, some European carmakers tried capturing the essence of the Corvette with their own interpretation, a case in point being the Intermeccanica Indra, but in a British company, called Lightning Sports Cars UK revealed their take on a C3 Corvette, called the Lightning Sports TS, and we are not sure what to think of it.
10 Road-Legal Cars Powered By F1 Engines
The term “race car for the road” has been abused quite thoroughly by marketers wanting to make certain cars more appealing to car enthusiasts. With that said, few things scream “race car for the road” as loud as a Formula One engine, and these 10 cars are motivated by engines based on, or developed for Formula One racing.
Video: Old School Muscle Goes Against Modern Performance in an Epic Day at the Strip
When it comes to muscle cars, there are two opposing camps – classic versus modern. And while many of us enjoy both, seeing a clash between old-school muscle cars and modern muscle is always a sight to behold. YouTube channel Wheels has done a great job at compiling some of the most epic muscle car drag battles. In this case, it’s a near-nine-minute video of some awesome cars battling it out at the quarter-mile, and there are a few cool movie references in there for good measure.
This 1991 Chevrolet Corvette C4 ZR-1 Is An Attainable Americn Icon Worth Checking Out
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American icon, not just on its home soil, but across the pond. While the C4 generation is generally considered to not be the model’s finest hour, its top-of-the-line version, the ZR-1, is certainly a sight to behold. With this in mind, plenty of “Vettes” made it across the pond and this particular example, 1991 ZR-1, located in Enkhuizen, Netherlands, is up for grabs, and it looks like the bargain of the century.
This Time Lapse Restoration of a AE92 Toyota Corolla is Mesmerizing
In times when modern cars become more tech-heavy, complex, and synthetic, there are those among us that appreciate the simplicity that older automobiles provide. Moreover, if you are someone with a DIY inclination, wrenching on a car brings you joy, and this is exactly what we see from Dingel-DIY. The YouTuber shows us, in detail, how an old, beat-up Toyota Corolla, destined for the scrapyard, can be brought back to its former glory.
Test Drive: The Range Rover Velar Is Painfully Under-Appreciated
Range Rover is well known as Land Rover’s luxury lineup. In 2017, the luxury arm of the British manufacturer introduced the Range Rover Velar. The luxury SUV did a great job of filling the gap between the smaller Range Rover Evoque and the Range Rover Sport. But while moderately successful compared to its bigger sibling, the Velar’s sales between 2017 and 2022 are nearly 30-percent less than its bigger, more expensive sibling, the Sport. We are here to tell you why the Velar is one of the best sports-luxury SUVs and a better option than the Range Rover Sport.
This Has to be the Most Purposefully Modified Toyota GR Yaris on the Planet
The Toyota GR Yaris was one of the most unexpected cars to come from Toyota. By all accounts, it can be viewed as the spiritual successor to the Toyota Celica GT Four, despite the GR Yaris not being entered in rallying yet. The DIYers from Mighty Car Mods have taken it upon themselves to utilize all available aftermarket modifications for the GR Yaris in order to create the ultimate version of the compact hot hatchback. Can they build the most powerful GR Yaris yet?
The World’s Quickest Audi TT Proves You Don’t Need a Big V-8 To Run In The 7s
When you think of drag racing, you probably think of big American V-8s or high-horsepower GT-Rs and Lamborghinis. Most people definitely don’t think of Volkswagens and Audis, but VeeDubRacing is here to show us that some of VAG’s offerings can be very capable platforms when done right. The tuning specialists from HST brought out their all-wheel-drive Audi TT in order to correct a mishap from two years ago when their car crashed while attempting to set a new record. This time, however, it managed.
This Mazda RX-3 Widebody Concept is JDM Restomoding Done Right
When it comes to car enthusiasts and creative content, the sky is the limit. One great example is this wide-body Mazda RX-3, created by graphic designer and CGI artist, Andrey Bayduzhiy. JDM culture is still at an all-time high and with prices for legendary 1990s JDM sports cars already being absurd, this is a great opportunity to showcase what can be done with a classic Japanese sports car from over 50 years ago.
It’s Official: The Mercedes Manual Transmission is Dying
Over the last five years, carmakers have gradually started phasing out the manual transmission from their models. While Mercedes offered manual transmissions for nearly half of its model lineup until 2021, a new 2023 automatic-only strategy will make Mercedes one of the first automotive manufacturers to completely retire the manual transmission. That’s right, folks. Mercedes will join the automatic-only movement in 2023, according to a recent statement by company officials.
Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS: Celebrating 50 Years of the Duck Tail Spoiler
The Porsche 911 has had plenty of epic iterations over the years, but very few of those can match the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS. This performance variant of the 911 was not only a homologation special but also the fastest German automobile of its time with a top speed of 152 mph (245 km/h). More importantly, the development of the car, which started back in 1972, gave birth to one of the most iconic design elements of the Porsche 911, known as the “Ducktail” spoiler. In 2022, we celebrate 50 years of the birth of this motorsport-inspired feature.
$500 Fast and Furious "Replica" Proves You Get What You Pay For
There is a point when a car is in such a bad condition that it just isn’t worth fixing it. However, the world of YouTube is full of car nuts with masochistic dispositions as Tavarish clearly demonstrates. Despite the Fast and Furious franchise having started over 20 years ago, Fast and Furious replica cars are still a hot commodity. The YouTuber already has a bright orange Lamborghini Murcielago that was used in Fast 8, but now, he bought a replica of the green Mitsubishi Eclipse - one that wore a $500 price tag. Now he’s here to share why it was a mistake.
Poirier Collection: Inside the Manliest Mancave on the Planet
Having your own man cave is a feat many of us would like to boast about. For some, it may be a Skyrim-themed dungeon with pelts, swords, and suits of armor while others could go for a Star Wars or a bar-inspired theme. Of course, plenty of mancaves revolve around cars and Shmee150 takes us on a tour of what can be described as the “manliest mancave” out there. The focal point is, of course, cars, but really, there’s a little bit of everything.
Video: Barn Find Hunter Unearths Its Craziest Finds So Far
With the U.S. spreading its “wings” from coast to coast, there’s bound to be a lot of unearthed automotive treasures. Barn Find Hunter does exactly that, with Hagerty blessing. Sometimes, however, the cars that you stumble upon in barns are truly insane and in more than one way. Such is the case with Dave Coleman -a car enthusiast, weekend racer, and an all-time car nut. Some of the things he has are truly insane and obscure, and in this latest episode of Barn Find Hunter, he discovers something truly unexpected.
The Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo Is The Hardcore Speedster You Can Only Drive In Gran Turismo 7
Gran Turismo 7 is the latest incarnation of the racing game and, already, there are updates that add even more exciting vehicles to the already comprehensive virtual garage. The latest 1.15 update for GT7 adds a very exciting vehicle from a manufacturer that’s mostly known for motorcycles. The Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo is a lightweight, mid-engine speedster that joins the ranks of the hybrid Toyota TS010 and Roadster Shop Rampage Camaro. Even more interesting is the fact that the Suzuki Vision Gran Turismo is an evolution of an already existing Suzuki concept.
The Secrets Behind How The Lucid Air Can Have So Much Interior Space
With battery electric vehicles breaking the paradigm of what a car should be, it’s difficult to see how the automobile can be reinvented even further…until now. Lucid Motors is one of the start-up EV manufacturers that promise to give Tesla more than a run for its money, and the company has already achieved a few milestones that solidify its position as an innovative EV manufacturer. Lucid CEO, Peter Rawlinson, takes us on an in-depth tour of the Lucid Air’s ins and outs in order to explain how the interior space of the luxury EV has been maximized.
The Most Luxurious McLaren Proves Practicality And Performance Can Go Hand In Hand
There are very few places where you can really put a high-performance car through its paces. While we do, occasionally, test cars, we still wish we could be part of the AutoTopNL team and have quick access to the unrestricted sections of the German Autobahn. This time, the car that gets to be driven flat out is a McLaren GT that has been “slightly” modified. The GT is currently McLaren’s most practical and luxurious model, but as you will see, it’s more than capable of soiling the underwear of those who are uninitiated.
Here’s What An Unholy Hybrid Between a De Tomaso Pantera And A Ford GT Looks Like
Custom cars are a great way to express combine some of the best bits and pieces in the automotive market into a single package. For those that love De Tomaso Panteras and Ford GTs, this build should be the closest thing to automotive pornography you can get (in a good way). AutotopiaLA takes us for a ride on one of the cleanest, yet most unusual examples of De Tomaso Pantera. The car is, essentially, a unique hybrid between a Pantera and a Ford GT, with a very high level of finish and some bits that come from very unexpected places.
This 1960 Lotus Elite Series 1 Could be the British Classic You Didn’t Know You Wanted
Investing in classic cars may become more of a thing than ever with the introduction of more high-tech features in cars as well as electrification. Cars from the 1950s and 1960s, in particular, are still a thing and this Series 1 Lotus Elite is up for grabs for a fairly reasonable price, given all that has been done to it. It’s also finished in the correct colors and it is, essentially, a poor man’s Jaguar E Type, only much rarer.
The Ford Bronco Raptor Gives "Built Wild" A Whole New Meaning
The return of the Ford Bronco name quickly paved the way for various interpretations of the retro-futuristic SUV. Last year, Ford unveiled the future of Built Wild by introducing a short-wheelbase Bronco for the 4600 stock class, which was a throwback to the 1969 Bronco 1000 Baja. Now, Ford Performance took Built Wild to the next level, with a more utilitarian version, based on the four-door Bronco that’s even more extreme.
Video: Witness the Most Ridiculous Lamborghini Takeover Ever
If you are binging YouTube car videos, you have probably come across Tim Burton’s channel, Shmee150. The guy is pretty much anywhere high-performance cars can be found, and sometimes he’s among the very first to see them in person. This time, the action is happening at Lamborghini Paramus, New Jersey, where at least 70 Lamborghinis of all shapes and sizes are gathering for a massive takeover. Straight pipes, twin-turbo V-8s, burbly V-10s, and shrieking V-12s are the focal points today as you will find out below.
1994 Fiat Punto Grama 2 Maggiora - The Lancia-Powered Hot Hatch You Didn’t Know Existed
The Fiat Punto has been the Italian rival to the likes of Volkswagen Golf and Toyota Corolla since the early 1990s. Like its aforementioned competitors, the Italian hatchback got its fair share of special editions, including the Punto GT and various Abarth versions. The rarest version of the Fiat Punto, however, was not made by Fiat and didn’t even have a Fiat engine. It was the 1994 Fiat Punto Grama 2 Maggiora, and it shared mechanicals with one of the greatest rally cars ever built.
Koenigsegg’s "Affordable" Supercar Promises To Be Just As Crazy As The Rest Of The Koenigsegg Models
When it comes to cars, Koenigsegg is at the forefront of innovation, but there comes a time when even the best of the best need to think about production output. So far, all of Koenigsegg’s offerings have been produced in highly-limited numbers, with the most common one being the 2022 Koenigsegg Gemera, which is limited to just 300 examples. However, the Swedish manufacturer has been considering a more affordable model since 2019 when it entered a joint venture with the Swedish EV manufacturer, NEVS, and now, we get to see how it looks.
Video: What It’s Like to Drive the Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack
When it comes to hypercars, it doesn’t get much more extreme than Koenigsegg’s offerings. Moreover, the Swedish carmaker has been at the forefront of technological advancements in automobiles since its inception, and the Koenigsegg Regera is one of the cars that best embodies what the brand stands for. Mr. JWW who is an automotive, travel, and culture vlogger, takes us around this marvel of a machine to showcase not only its “quirks and features”, but also to take us for a spirited drive.
Porsche 904 Living Legend - The Ducati-Powered Track Car That Never Happened
When a brand has a history as long and as proud as Porsche, there are bound to be plenty of iconic models. While the Porsche 911 has been the brand’s signature model for decades and the basis for many special models, including competition models, the 1964 Porsche 904 was just as capable in its own segment. In 2020, Porsche revealed a series of previously unrevealed concepts that show that the 904 almost got a spiritual successor back in 2013. It was called the Porsche 904 Living Legend (LL), and here’s what it would have been had Porsche decided to make it.
The Mercedes-AMG One Hypercar Probably Shouldn’t Have Happened
As far as high-performance cars go, the Mercedes-AMG One is one of the most impressive technological feats of our time. Unfortunately, it’s for that very reason that Mercedes management now regrets indulging in the ambitious project. While putting an F1 powertrain into a road-going car sounds great and it has been done in the past, apparently, Mercedes management did not account for all the challenges caused by adapting a racing engine for road use.
This Toyota FJ Cruiser Is A Secret Modern Classic
With car prices only going up and modern cars being more artificial than their older counterparts, finding a car that is a real treat for car enthusiasts and at a reasonable price is becoming increasingly difficult. However, we are happy to report that there is still hope for us enthusiasts who are looking for a good deal, and this 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser is as quirky as it is dependable. Moreover, it is a modern classic, inspired by the original Land Cruiser FJ40, so prices are only going to go up.
2022 Mercedes EQS 580 Test Drive: The Definition of Luxury, Electrified
The Mercedes EQS is already on sale as the brand’s EV equivalent to the Mercedes S-Class. The EQS is currently being offered in five different flavors, two of which are AMG variants. Power ranges from 288 horsepower in the base EQS 350 to 761 horsepower in the AMG EQS 53. We recently got the chance to drive the Mercedes EQS 580, which is the most powerful version of the EQS before you step up to the AMG models. I’m here to tell you that it’s better that you’d expect.
Indulge Yourself in These Weird Facts About The Bristol Fighter
The British automotive industry has spawned some great and not-so-great vehicles, some of which are more known than others. The Bristol Fighter was certainly one of the more obscure propositions, which is a shame as it comes from a storied British company that started as an airplane manufacturer. The Bristol Fighter has many interesting quirks and features as well as interesting facts surrounding it, and we are going to share them with you.
Confirmed: This Really is a $142 Million Mercedes 300 SLR
Another day, another broken record. A legendary, 1955 Mercedes 300 SLR was recently sold at an auction in Germany, for the record price of €135 million, which equals $142.9 million at current exchange rates. This makes the 300 SLR the most expensive car in the world, easily dethroning the 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, which was sold for $78.0 million back in 2018.
Ride Shotgun in a Pristine E34 BMW M5 as it Laps the Nurburgring
The Nurburgring is a coveted place by many petrol heads around the world and mastering the challenging circuit is a feat few can boast of. Misha Charoudin, the Nurburgring’s resident Russian, professional test driver, vlogger, and Nordschleife veteran is taking us for another ride around the legendary race track. This time, the car of choice is a BMW M5 E34 – a car that is as capable as it is overlooked because of the M5 models that came after it. This is how the, now 32-year-old performance sedan performs.
Birth of a Legend - This First-Year 1969 Nissan Skyline GT-R Kickstarted Godzillas Legacy
The Nissan Skyline GT-R is a name that echoes across the car world with a kind of reverence, similar to a Porsche 911 or a Ferrari F40. The Nissan GT-R was produced in six generations, with the latter dropping the Skyline name. The story of the Nissan Skyline GT-R dates back to 1969, and even the first model featured hardware taken straight out of motorsports. For over 50 years, the GT-R badge has been responsible for most of Nissan’s proud racing heritage, and it all started with this car, which was recently listed on Bring a Trailer for a relatively reasonable price.
Porsche Boxster GT1 By Vale Automotive Is, Essentially, A Mini-Version Of The 911 GT1
The Porsche Boxster is a popular platform for crazy conversions. While there are plenty of ambitious conversions, based on Porsche models, the most extreme one yet comes from Vale Automotive. The tuning company offers this as a kit and it can best be described as a hardcore, mini-version of the Porsche 911 GT1 with a bunch of design cues from other iconic and special models thrown in.
Ford Mustang GTT By Zero To 60 Designs Combines Ford GT And Ferrari Design Cues
The Ford Mustang GT is a subject of affection for many tuners and custom shops. But among them, Zero to 60 Designs seems to have made one of the most controversial, yet aesthetically pleasing versions of the car. The design for the S550 Mustang was actually introduced back at the 2016 SEMA Show. The idea is to bridge the gap between the Ford Mustang and Ford GT, both in terms of looks and performance.
2023 BMW 3 Series Facelift Arrives With More Aggressive Styling and New Technology
The BMW 3 Series is in its seventh generation and the current G20 model has been around since 2018. Four years later, in 2022, the model has finally received a mid-cycle refresh. The 3 Series, in general, has been the Bavarian carmaker’s best-selling model for 45 years and counting, accounting for nearly 50 percent of all BMW sales, and here’s how the latest version is planning to continue this tradition.
This 1966 Ford Mustang is Powered by Honda - Sacrilege Or Pure Genius?
There are certain things in the automotive world that are generally accepted and others that are a no-go. A good example would be putting a Chevy LS engine in a Mazda RX-7. The one shown on That Racing Channel, however, has a bit of a Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift vibe to it, because it features one of the most popular engine swaps in one of the most unlikely places – a 1966 Ford Mustang.
Subaru’s STI Brand Isn’t Dead, But It Might As Well Be
When we talk about Subaru, STI is where all the action happens. Subaru Technica International is the Japanese brand’s division that’s responsible for all motorsports and performance-related projects. The division was founded in 1988, and while the first Subaru rally car was based on the Legacy, it was the Impreza that benefited the most from STI’s know-how. That said, while we are used to seeing the full-on STI version of Subaru’s compact sedan right after every WRX debuts, we might not be so lucky with the latest generation. This begs the question, what is Subaru’s STI brand up to?
Ken Block’s 1,400-HP Vintage Porsche 911 Pikes Peak Racer is Ridiculously Awesome
Hoonigan has built some insane stuff, but the most extreme builds have to be the ones done with Ken Block. You are probably familiar with the 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn, and the more recent Audi S1 Hoonitron, which is an obvious throwback to the original S1 Quattro from the 1980s. While the latter was designed and built in Ingolstadt, Hoonigan has decided to one-up Ken’s current ride, by building an unholy Pikes Peak creation based on a 1970s Porsche 911.
The Fisker Ronin Will Birth Its Own Unique Segment
Fisker Automotive seems to have made it a mission to give us cars that defy current trends. While it certainly is risky business, the company’s latest creation – the Fisker Ronin – is one that might actually be embraced wholeheartedly by the public. That’s because the Fisker Ronin brings back a body style that we haven’t seen in over 50 years – the four-door convertible. Moreover, it boasts impressive figures, which could make even those looking at a Tesla Model S Plaid reconsider.
This LS7-powered, 1965 C2 Corvette Proves There Is Still Place For Custom-Built 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.
The 2023 Nissan Z Finally Shows What It Can Do Against Its 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.
Alfa Romeo Alfetta May Return As a Mid-Size Sedan, Sometime Between 2022 And 2026
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.
The Four Horsemen Of High-performance Sports Cars Gather For An All-out Drag Race
While drag racing fast cars only tells you so much about their performance capabilities, it’s always fun to see who comes out on top. Currently, these four – theAcura NSX Type S, Nissan GT-R Nismo, Chevrolet C8 Corvette, and Porsche 911 Turbo S – are some of the hottest high-performance cars on the market. ’Throttle House’ arranged for them to meet for a drag race. Can the C8 Corvette punch above its weight against the turbocharged opponents?
Dyno-testing a 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Interceptor Proves You Could Have Outran The Cops With Ease!
The Ford Crown Victoria is one of the most memorable American cars from the 1990s, but not for the right reasons. While the car wasn’t quick or handled particularly well, it was the car of choice for Police and Highway Patrol services. If you are someone who loves stepping on it, you’ve probably dreaded the image of one of these in your rearview mirror. However, a recent dyno tests done by ’Late Model Restorations’, reveal that a 2010 Crown Vic Interceptor is no reason to get your panties in a twist.
Here’s Proof That Porsche is Sending the 718 Boxster Out With a Bang
With electricity slowly taking over as the eventual, main propulsion method, even brands such as Porsche, which are big on tradition, are forced to change their focus. For now, the iconic 911 will remain internal-combustion-powered, but things are different for its smaller sibling, the 718, which will go fully electric, in 2025. However, the latest spy footage suggests that the current 718 Boxster will not go down quietly. A hardcore version of the open-top 718 has been spotted and it’s powered by one of the company’s most exciting engines.
1975 - 1989 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) - The Widowmaker That Started The Turbocharging Craze
The Porsche 911 is one of the most recognized sports cars out there. The model has a long and proud history that spans more than half a century. One of the 911’s biggest highlights, however, is the 930 Turbo, which is one of the most famous 911 models ever made, and for more than a few reasons. Here’s all you need to know about the iconic, rear-engine sports car of the 1970s and 1980s.
An All-Korean Drag Race: Can The Hyundai Elantra N DCT Give The Kia Stinger GT A Run For Its Money?
Korean carmakers have been churning out exciting performance vehicles for a while and Sam CarLegion, recently staged a race between two of the hottest performance models from Hyundai and Kia. The cars in question are the updated Kia Stinger GT and the new Hyundai Elantra N. Both cars pack a surprising amount of performance and practicality, but which one should you go for?