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First Walkaround Video Shows Just How Awesome The McLaren Artura Is

First Walkaround Video Shows Just How Awesome The McLaren Artura Is

The Artura oozes speed even as it stands still

When McLaren woke up from its sleep in 2010 and started churning out fantastic supercars, some said it will only be temporary. One decade later, McLaren is still doing its thing, combining sleek-looking, low-slung cars with insane performance. With the Artura, the supercar maker managed to prove yet another thing: it is not afraid to switch it up every now and then just as it is not afraid to play with new tech.

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Watch The World's Quickest Ferrari F8 Tributo Take on a McLaren 765LT

Watch The World’s Quickest Ferrari F8 Tributo Take on a McLaren 765LT

Drag racing never gets old so here we go again

Orchestrated by Hennessey Performance at its Pennzoil Proving Ground, this drag race between the F8 Tributo and a 765LT might be short, yet it’s just the right dose of supercar radness.

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 Here's How The Revolutionary 600hp 3-Cylinder Engine Of The Koenigsegg Gemera Works

Here’s How The Revolutionary 600hp 3-Cylinder Engine Of The Koenigsegg Gemera Works

Koenigsegg is a revolutionary automaker that has been pushing the threshold of engineering with every new car of theirs. Be it the Koenigsegg CCR that humbled the legendary McLaren F1 or the Koenigsegg One:1, the world’s first megacar that had an impressive power to weight ratio of 1:1. The future also looks quite thrilling with the Koenigsegg Jesko, a 1,600-horsepower machine that has the making to surpass the 300 mph mark!

Revolutionary engineering technologies have been at the forefront for Koenigsegg. Their latest ground-breaking feat comes in an ironically small package and is aptly named the Tiny Friendly Giant - the world’s most powerful 2.0-liter three-cylinder engine with 1700 horsepower and a monstrous 2,581 lb-ft of torque. This engine uses the magical Freevalve technology which makes all of these mind-boggling numbers possible and comes packed in the Koenigsegg Gemera - their very first megacar with four seats.

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GMA T.50s Niki Lauda Arrives as a Track-Focused Destroyer on Four Wheels

GMA T.50s Niki Lauda Arrives as a Track-Focused Destroyer on Four Wheels

This is going to be a fun one to drive in a race track

Gordon Murray Automotive has revealed the track version of the McLaren F1-inspired T.50 supercar. It’s called the GMA T.50s Niki Lauda, named after the three-time F1 world champion. GMA developed the T.50s Niki Lauda with the goal of turning it into the be-all and end-all for a track car. It comes with a 4.0-liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine that produces 89 fewer horsepower than the McLaren Senna GTR, but weighs 30 percent lighter and generates 50 percent more downforce than the McLaren track car. GMA plans to build only 25 units of the T.50s Niki Lauda. Each unit is priced at $4.3 million, and production is set to begin at the end of 2021.

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Jay Leno's 2002 Pontiac Firebird WS6 Reminds Us That The Early 2000s Were Pretty Awesome

Jay Leno’s 2002 Pontiac Firebird WS6 Reminds Us That The Early 2000s Were Pretty Awesome

It’s one of the most pristine-looking Firebird WS6s we’ve ever seen

The Pontiac Firebird is one of the unsung heroes among American sports cars. In fact, Motorweek said in a review from 1998 that the Trans Am was the synonym of “Corvette performance for a minivan price.” The reason for that? For 1998, Pontiac fitted its sports car with a 305-horsepower LS1 engine.

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This Alpine A110 Almost Sounds Like an F1 Car

This Alpine A110 Almost Sounds Like an F1 Car

It is actually part car, part motorcycle

Some people acquire retro cars and turn them into glorified garage queens in the wake of a thorough restoration process. Some people acquire retro cars and turn them into hillclimb monsters. Care to guess which way Javi Graña went with his Alpine A110?

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This One-Off McLaren Senna Merlin Goes To Show Just How Magical MSO Really Is

This One-Off McLaren Senna Merlin Goes To Show Just How Magical MSO Really Is

No other Senna in the world comes with an image of the wizard of legend

A one-off McLaren Senna that’s been customized by McLaren Special Operations is up for auction on Bring A Trailer. The unit, number 401 of the 500 Sennas made, is unique for several reasons, none more significant than the “Merlin” name it’s been bestowed. The one-of-a-kind Senna “Merlin” currently has a bid of $900,000 with eight days left in the auction.

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Will The BMW M4 CSL Bring Enough Fight To Combat the Porsche 911 GT3?

Will The BMW M4 CSL Bring Enough Fight To Combat the Porsche 911 GT3?

We’re not saying that a BMW M4 CSL is coming for sure, but there are rumors suggesting it

There’s been a lot of talk on the internet about a potential BMW M4 CSL coming to market and with the launch of Porsche’s new 911 (992) GT3, the idea of a lighter, more powerful, and hopefully nimbler M4 makes more and more sense.

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2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Just Redefined What It Means to Be a Road-Going Track Car

2022 Porsche 911 GT3 Just Redefined What It Means to Be a Road-Going Track Car

Your street-legal racing car from Porsche has arrived

Porsche has finally unveiled the new 911 GT3 and it’s packed with goodies from bumper to bumper, including lightweight materials, tweaked aerodynamics and a gem of a naturally aspirated engine.

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The Vector W8 Is The Craziest Supercar Ever Made

The Vector W8 Is The Craziest Supercar Ever Made

It came from the brilliant mind of Gerald “Jerry” Wiegert

Back in the 1990s, small supercar manufacturers looking to steal a pie slice from the likes of Lamborghini and Ferrari had to come up with audacious designs just to enjoy some attention. Case in point: the outrageous W8, developed by California-based Vector.

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2021 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Cabrera By Mansory

2021 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Cabrera By Mansory

If you didn’t think the Aventador SVJ Cabrera couldn’t get better, Mansory’s tune will surprise you

Mansory is famous for taking some of the world’s most exotic supercars and turning them into examples of excess car tuning. No supercar is spared from a Mansory tuning creation, including the already radical Lamborghini Aventador SVJ.

The Mansory-tuned Aventador SVJ — it’s called the Cabrera — gets an exaggerated new look, an engine upgrade, and an abundance of aerodynamic upgrades. Only three units of the Mansory Cabrera will be built.

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2021 Zagato Isorivolta GTZ

2021 Zagato Isorivolta GTZ

A love letter to an Itaian-American automotive romance from years past

Until not too long ago, coachbuilding was thought to be a lost art. Thanks to names like Zagato, it made a comeback and now, once again, we can feast our eyes on bespoke elegant creations sculpted by the art of coachbuilding. The coachbuilder Zagato has formed bonds with many companies, one of which Iso Rivolta. In honor of this, the Italian design studio has decided to commemorate the brand by resurrecting one of its most iconic models – the 1963 A3/C. The virtual concept called Iso Rivolta Vision Gran Turismo was immortalized in the Gran Turismo video game, but how much of it has transitioned into the production car?

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2021 SCG 003S

2021 SCG 003S

SCG’s race car for the road is exactly what the label says

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus – aka SCG – knows a thing or two about racing. So, when they say the SCG 003S is a race car for the road, something we hear way too often these days, you can bet that is exactly what they mean.

Developed with the expertise gained from racing at Le Mans or the Nurburgring, the SCG 003S is hand-built from the ground up in Sleepy Hollow, New York. And as you can imagine, it is nothing to sneeze at. Let us take a closer look.

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The TVR Griffith Might Just Happen After All

The TVR Griffith Might Just Happen After All

The future is looking better for TVR and the new Griffith

Announced with great celebrations at Goodwood Revival back in 2017, the same year TVR celebrated its 70th birthday, the reborn Griffith sports car gradually fell into a cone of shadow after a series of delays and it got to a point where it completely went off radar for the past two years.

Put in front of this sizzle and no steak situation, we, just like you, thought the project was dumped. Apparently, that is not the case as a new loan keeps TVR on track to delivering the second-gen Griffith.

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