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This Blinged-out Tesla Model X Runs a Quarter-Mile Faster Than a Porsche Carrera GT

This Blinged-out Tesla Model X Runs a Quarter-Mile Faster Than a Porsche Carrera GT

This Model X goes through a drastic weight reduction and takes less than 11 seconds to complete the quarter-mile race!

Tesla cars have embarrassed some of the most loved supercars on drag strips for a long time now. With every new performance update, things just keep getting better. It’s funny how effortlessly these EVs receive a power bump, when internal combustion engine cars, on the other hand, have to spend a lot of time in the garage and get new parts and other upgrades.

Despite Tesla offering continuous updates, people are not content. Well, that’s the case with every enthusiast. We just can’t have enough. So, this new Tesla Model X went through some old-school faster-off-the-line techniques to breach the 11-second quarter-mile record to become the quickest production SUV in the world right now. How about that!

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The Lucid Air Could Dethrone the Tesla Model S With A Range Of 442 Miles

The Lucid Air Could Dethrone the Tesla Model S With A Range Of 442 Miles

The Air beats the Tesla Model S by a comfortable margin of 40 miles

Lucid Air is yet to be launched, but there is enough for us to know that it is going to be a big headache for Tesla. The Air will square up against the Tesla Model S to claim supremacy in the premium sedan segment. There have been a lot of talks about its range as well, claiming that it would become the most efficient EV to date.

Now, Lucid Motors has uploaded a teaser video showing the Air’s range to be 442 miles. This is almost 10-percent more than the Model S, which has the current-best range in the market.

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Car for Sale: Super Rare, Numbers Matching 1970 Shelby GT500 Fastback With Low Milage

Car for Sale: Super Rare, Numbers Matching 1970 Shelby GT500 Fastback With Low Milage

This rare 1970 Shelby GT500 looks cool in Acapulco Blue

The Mustang Shelby GT saga started in 1965 with the GT350, a sportier, lightweight version of the ’Stang. But Ford and Carroll Shelby took things up a notch in 1967, when he introduced the GT500, a not-so-light but significantly more powerful version of the Mustang. The GT500 remained in production as the range-topping Mustang until 1969, but unsold 1969 models were given 1970 identification numbers. With just 380 units rebadged for 1970, this fastback is hard to find, and low-mileage, well-maintained examples are extremely rare. If you’re looking for one, the folks over at Mecum Auctions are offering an example with just 57,000 miles on the odometer at the Kissimmee Summer Special in late August.

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A Decade Apart: Manual 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S vs. 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera S

A Decade Apart: Manual 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S vs. 2010 Porsche 911 Carrera S

The Porsche 911 gets better by the generation and here’s the hard proof

With every new 911 generation, Porsche doesn’t forget to mention that it is the best 911 to date and equally important, the best 911 it can be at the moment of launch. This, however, doesn’t make past-gen 911s weak, for the simple reason that Porsche wholeheartedly invest all its know-how into its core sportscar, regardless of the age they came to be.

So when Throttle House dropped a video that compares the current 2020 911 to the 2010 911, our interest piqued.

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2020 McLaren GT by Novitec

2020 McLaren GT by Novitec

McLaren’s grand tourer gets plenty of aero and extra ponies

As McLaren’s first dedicated grand tourer, the GT combines the best of all worlds, boasting supercar-like performance to go with an interior that’s brimming with all the fine things money can buy.

Novitec’s latest aftermarket program is dedicated to the McLaren GT, and, in keeping with the company’s reputation as a tuner par excellence, owners are treated to an exterior touch-up, a new set of wheels, and an engine upgrade that successfully dials up the GT’s power and performance capabilities. This is a McLaren GT that’s tuned to the nines.

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10 Useless Car Features Automakers Got Away With

10 Useless Car Features Automakers Got Away With

Here’s 10 car features that shouldn’t exist

The automobile has come a long way from being a horseless carriage in the early 1900s to a fast, comfortable, and entertaining means of transportation in 2020. Modern cars are now packed with features and technology that are supposed to make a living with and driving a car easier, but while some are actually useful, others are downright useless. The worst part is that some of those useless features are very expensive. So here’s our list of 10 useless car features that carmakers got away with.

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Autopilot Woes: Owners Blame Tesla, Elon Musk Blames Lazy Owners

Autopilot Woes: Owners Blame Tesla, Elon Musk Blames Lazy Owners

Will changing the name help in any way?

Tesla’s Autopilot has changed the way cars are driven, and the automotive world will never be the same. While this was introduced as a technology to assist the driver, many people have taken it on its face value – or word value in this case. The company’s Level 2 self-driving system has come under scrutiny many times for various reasons, and it still haunts Elon Musk, who is tired of reiterating that people cannot rely completely on it as a full self-driving system. He recently spoke to Automotive News, and blamed the owners for not using it the way it was intended to be used.

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The Best Car Upholstery and Interior Cleaner - Review and Buyers Guide

The Best Car Upholstery and Interior Cleaner - Review and Buyers Guide

Here’s a list of the best car upholstery and interior cleaners that will keep your cabin fresh and clean at all times

People generally take care of the exterior of their vehicles, either wiping the dust off or giving it a proper wash often. Some folks who love their vehicles to the bits even detail it themselves or get it done from outside to make it look shiny and new at all times. But, often, the interior is neglected. We may clean the dash and stuff once in a while, but what about a deep cleaning?

The cabin tends to get dirty and spoilt quite often, and things get even worse if you use the vehicle to transport stuff regularly. And, if you have light-colored upholstery and panels, well, God bless you. The cabin cleaning and detailing requires extra effort, and to help you out with that, we’ve listed some of the best car upholstery and interior cleaners money can buy.

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S3XY Drag Race Putting the Model 3 Up Against the Model X, Model Y, and Model S

S3XY Drag Race Putting the Model 3 Up Against the Model X, Model Y, and Model S

S3XY Drag Race Putting the Model 3 Up Against the Model X, Model Y, and Model S

We’ve already seen various Teslas beat the many of the internal-combustion engine supercars with utmost ease. So, it’s not wrong to say that these silent machines are explosive beasts on a drag strip. But, how do they perform when pitted against each other? Throttle House brought the S3XY range – Model S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y together on a drag strip to see where each model stands within the family. Let the games begin!

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10 Must-Have Car Features To Look For Your Next Car

10 Must-Have Car Features To Look For Your Next Car

These 10 features are important in enjoying the full driving experience of your next car

Cars today aren’t just cars anymore; they’ve become four-wheeled technological hubs, fitted with a dizzying array of tech features that can make anyone’s head spin, Regan from the Exorcist-style. It’s hard enough to keep track of all the standard tech features included in cars, but the real madness happens when you’re presented with a catalog of options, packages, and accessories, all of which are available for the taking.

The downside to all of this is that the more features you avail, the more expensive the cart becomes. On that end, we’re presenting a list of car features that we believe are must-haves for your next purchase.

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The 2020 SEMA Show is the Latest to Bite the Dust

The 2020 SEMA Show is the Latest to Bite the Dust

Other auto shows could work digitally somehow, but not the SEMA show

SEMA show has been a major attraction for people interested in aftermarket equipment and accessories. It also served as a perfect ground for the engineers and designers to showcase their creative sides by building crazy concepts. For off-roaders and pickup trucks, it was the biggest stage of ‘em all. But, just like the other shows this year, the SEMA show, too, will bite the dust. Earlier this week, SEMA officially confirmed that the 2020 edition of the show is scrapped. Well, this was expected.

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Is a 2020 BMW X6 M50i Faster Than Jaguar's Supercharged F-Pace SVR?

Is a 2020 BMW X6 M50i Faster Than Jaguar’s Supercharged F-Pace SVR?

Here’s a half-mile race that’s supposed to shed some light on the matter

If you told us two decades ago that we’ll have SUVs fitted with bumped-up V-8 engines roaming the streets, able to pull off insane 0-60 figures, we would have sent you home for a nap to cure that drunkenness. Fast forward 20 years and drag racing performance SUVs is becoming the norm, so here’s today’s duel: the BMW X6 M50imeets the F-Pace SVR. Care for a bet?

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Ken Block Will Bring Dominance to the 2020 Projekt E Series With an All-Electric Ford Fiesta

Ken Block Will Bring Dominance to the 2020 Projekt E Series With an All-Electric Ford Fiesta

Electric racing is a thing now and it isn’t going away

By now you all (should) know who Ken Block is and what he does for a living, so we’re going to cut the blabber and get straight to the point: he’ll be hooning an all-electric Ford Fiesta prepared by STARD in the Projekt E racing series. Now let’s explain what’s what.

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Someone is Selling a 2003 Ferrari 360 Limo And We Can Almost Smell the Lawsuit

Someone is Selling a 2003 Ferrari 360 Limo And We Can Almost Smell the Lawsuit

This has "long and drawn-out saga" written all over it

Are you interested in a Ferrari 360 Moderna that’s not really a Ferrari 360 Modena anymore? If you are, then you might find this particular ride interesting…or perplexing, depending on what kind of mood you’re in as you’re reading this. This is a Ferrari 360 Modena limousine. There are no typos in that previous sentence. It really is a limousine, though it didn’t start as one. But that’s neither here nor there. What’s important is that it’s for sale in Australia, and you have the opportunity to buy it provided you’re willing to spend on it. But before you do, there is one caveat. Ferrari doesn’t take too kindly to its cars getting bastardized to this extent. The Italian automaker has been known to be litigious in circumstances like this, so before you plop down your hard-earned money for the 360 Modena limousine, you might want to make sure that everything about the car is on the up-and-up.

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Car for Sale: Unique, Retro 2020 Ford F-150 by Beechmont Ford in Ohio

Car for Sale: Unique, Retro 2020 Ford F-150 by Beechmont Ford in Ohio

This nostalgic build will remind you of the Ford trucks from the 1980s

We’ve seen many interesting Ford dealership packages and they give a fresh twist to your truck. These are mostly available for the lower trims and comes with quite a few features that make the whole ownership experience quite a happy one. One such package has come to light this time from Beechmont Ford. This Ohio dealership has introduced a retro package for the 2020 Ford F-150. It comes in a dual-tone shade, features a Roush exhaust, and oodles of chrome.

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Audi To Over-Complicate Cars With Supercomputers and Repair Costs Could Skyrocket

Audi To Over-Complicate Cars With Supercomputers and Repair Costs Could Skyrocket

Supercomputers in cars sounds fun, but when you house most electronic controls in one place, a single failure could mean big bucks

If you strip down most modern cars on the road today, you’ll find a handful of different computer systems. You’ll find a body control module, an engine control module, and some even have smaller computers like modules that control the anti-lock brakes, airbags, or various other bits of technology. This was accurate ten years ago, and as cars have gotten more advance, these very control modules have been tasked with doing more while being interlinked together via a CANBUS system, and some are even complemented with additional control modules for smaller tasks. If one module failed, you could usually replace it and go about your life, albeit after paying a small fortune for the new computer, programming, and installation. Soon, however, Audi looks to simplify things by bringing everything together into by big supercomputer that’s being called an “Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Computer.” It sounds simple, but it’s actually far from simple. Let me explain…

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This Tesla Model 3 Just Proved How Versatile Electric Cars Are, Even in Water

This Tesla Model 3 Just Proved How Versatile Electric Cars Are, Even in Water

EVs are better swimmers than fuel-powered cars, but they are no Michael Phelps!

Unless your internal combustion engine car is rated for a healthy wading depth, taking it into the waters is the worst idea. These fuel-powered mills are susceptible to hydrolocks that could seize the engine in the worst-case scenario. But, is it the same with EVs? Not really. Electric vehicles don’t have an ICE, so they are not prone to hydrolocks, and this Tesla right here proves it.

As you can see in the video, this Tesla Model 3 floated and swam across to the other side in what appears to be rather deep waters for a sedan. This right here goes on to prove how versatile EVs are.

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2020 Hyundai Venue - Driven

2020 Hyundai Venue - Driven

Hyundai introduced the Venue subcompact crossover for the 2020 model year as an all-new model that’s based on the same platform as the Ascent compact sedan. As a subcompact, you can get a well-equipped model for less than $20,000, but that affordability doesn’t come without its tradeoffs. Being an all-new model, we’ve been itching to see how Hyundai’s latest entry to the U.S. market holds up, especially against long-running nameplates like the Ford EcoSport and Nissan Kicks. We finally got our chance with the mid-level SEL trim, and this is what you can expect from it.

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Koenigsegg Jesko and Porsche 935 Just Teased in New Project Cars 3 Trailer

Koenigsegg Jesko and Porsche 935 Just Teased in New Project Cars 3 Trailer

Project CARS is coming for Gran Turismo and Forza

Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport are two of the biggest video game franchises in the world, but don’t sleep on one other franchise that’s steadily becoming a big player in the car video game industry. Project CARS first captured our attention in 2015, and now, the highly popular video game franchise is turning up the heat with its third installment, appropriately called Project CARS 3.

Our first taste of the new game comes to us through a delectable teaser video that gives us an overview of the many new features that the new game will offer, including two vehicles — the Koenigsegg Jesko and the recently refreshed Porsche 935 race car — that will surely get most of us scrambling to get our hands on the game as soon as it’s available.

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Weird Comparison: Honda Civic Type R vs Mini John Cooper Works GP

Weird Comparison: Honda Civic Type R vs Mini John Cooper Works GP

These two are not exactly direct rivals, but they’re both hot hatches priced similarly… hence this video

There’s no shortage of hot hatches on the market - in fact, the niche is becoming a rather cutthroat arena slowly but steadily. There’s also no doubt that two of its hottest representatives come from Honda and Mini, in the shape of the Civic Type R and the bonkers John Cooper Works GP. These two happen to make the subject of a recent comparo by Edmunds. Care to see which one came out on top?

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