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Video: Witness the Most Ridiculous Lamborghini Takeover Ever

Video: Witness the Most Ridiculous Lamborghini Takeover Ever

Behold, the full firepower of over 70, highly-modified Lamborghinis, driving in convoy

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.

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Compared: 911R vs 911 GT3 Touring - Looking Beyond What Meets the Eye

Compared: 911R vs 911 GT3 Touring - Looking Beyond What Meets the Eye

Comparing two of the most analog 911s of the 21st century to see what makes each of them so special

Jason Camisa beautifully articulated the fact that before the 911 R, VW’s typically German mentality dominated the cars that came out of Stuttgart. As a result, they were getting faster around tracks and quicker to 60 mph, all without losing the soul and essence that one desires from a sportscar like the 911. The regular 911s weren’t designed by engineers or purists anymore but by the accountants and board members who solely cared about sales figures. This is why the 911 R was such a big kick in the rear for that lot when it was met with unparalleled demand. This was a similar story for the 991.1 Speedster and every special Porsche with a stick shift and naturally aspirated engine.

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Exclusive: Classic Cars Don't Have to be an Expensive Hobby

Exclusive: Classic Cars Don’t Have to be an Expensive Hobby

I caught up with industry veteran, Richard Reina who gave me a run-down on the why’s and how’s of getting into the hobby on a budget

With my hot wheels and NFS arcade racing games in the late 90s and early 2000s, I am someone who grew up in the Fast and the Furious generation. But over the years my taste in cars has evolved and I have come to appreciate much older cars as well. The sixties, in particular, are a sweet spot for me.

The cars from some big names can fetch millions today, but really, how expensive is it to get into the world of classic cars, and is it a hobby that is still accessible? Well, to give me an insight on the current trends and where the industry is at, I had the chance to catch up with, Richard Reina from CARiD, a thirty-year-old industry veteran. Now in his 60s, he has been involved in the hobby side of things, for pretty much his entire adult life.

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This 991 Porsche 911 GT3 RS With a Gunther Werks GW9 Aero Package is the Ultimate Track Weapon

This 991 Porsche 911 GT3 RS With a Gunther Werks GW9 Aero Package is the Ultimate Track Weapon

If you are Willing to pay the money, you can end up with a very mean-looking GT3 RS

We are still waiting for the 991.2 GT3 RS to arrive, and judging by how improved the standard 2022 GT3 is, we can only imagine the updates the RS version is going to offer. Instead of waiting around for it to arrive, a better option would be to improve the look of your 991 GT3 RS with this cool GW9 Aero Package from Gunther Werks. For those of you who do not know, Gunther Werks is an American Porsche tuning specialist that in the past has come up with some amazing works like this Porsche 993 Speedster Remastered that was unveiled during the 2021 Monterey Car Week.

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Rendering: The BMW 4 Series Coupe Deserves This Redesign

Rendering: The BMW 4 Series Coupe Deserves This Redesign

If BMW could take back anything from the 4 Series, it should be the huge "nose" grilles

It was 2021 when the new generation BMW 4 Series was launched and while almost everything was perfect, BMW has been heavily criticized for the huge kidney grilles. Since the Bavarian auto giant updated the 3 Series sedan models in May 2022, and didn’t switch to the larger grille layout, we are keeping hopes high as it is the 4 Series’ turn to see some updated visuals. Thanks to X-Tomi Designs, we know what we want, the good old smaller kidney grilles with a more aggressive front-end styling.

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Learn How Chevy Leveraged Aerodynamics to make the C8 Corvette Z06 Faster

Learn How Chevy Leveraged Aerodynamics to make the C8 Corvette Z06 Faster

The Z06 needed a lot of work to become as fast as it is

When compared to the Corvette Z8 Stingray, the Z06 is more aggressive, delivers more power and it is, of course, faster. The work on the Z06 was intensive, but in the end, the car offers improved aerodynamics from front to rear. According to Chevy, the Z06 is the most capable track car it has ever offered, and it seems that people already understood that, as the first unit was sold for $3.7 million at a recent auction.

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Video: What It's Like to Drive the Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack

Video: What It’s Like to Drive the Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack

The Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack is the ultimate marriage between electric and gasoline propulsion, and here’s how it performs around a technical circuit

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.

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Porsche 904 Living Legend - The Ducati-Powered Track Car That Never Happened

Porsche 904 Living Legend - The Ducati-Powered Track Car That Never Happened

Porsche almost revived the iconic 904, with a Ducati V-twin engine and 200 horsepower

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.

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The Mercedes-AMG One Hypercar Probably Shouldn't Have Happened

The Mercedes-AMG One Hypercar Probably Shouldn’t Have Happened

The Mercedes-AMG One proves that F1-powered hypercars and low emissions cannot co-exist peacefully

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.

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2022 Audi A5 Coupe - Performance, Price, and Photos

2022 Audi A5 Coupe - Performance, Price, and Photos

The Audi A5 could be the perfect blend between luxury, performance, and price

If you are looking for a luxury yet not-too-powerful two-door coupe, the A5 Coupe might be the best choice for you. This four-ringed car is a lot better looking than the more practical A5 Sportback but shares the same powertrain, interior features, and all the Audi goodness. The 261-horsepower yielding 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot sends power to all four wheels and is mated to a seven-speed DCT. Among all the other A5 variants; Sportback, Cabriolet, and Coupe, we love the Coupe for its athletic stance along with the cabin aesthetics. While the A5 Coupe is reserved for the mass, Audi also offers more spirited S5 and RS5 versions to bring out the enthusiast inside you. But, how will it perform when you compare it to the top dogs such as the BMW 4 Series, and the Lexus RC?

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Indulge Yourself in These Weird Facts About The Bristol Fighter

Indulge Yourself in These Weird Facts About The Bristol Fighter

The Bristol Fighter is basically a British Dodge Viper with gullwing doors that was build by an airplane manufacturer

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.

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Confirmed: This Really is a $142 Million Mercedes 300 SLR

Confirmed: This Really is a $142 Million Mercedes 300 SLR

This Mercedes 300 SLR is now the most expensive classic car in the world

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.

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When American Muscle Cars Invade The German Autobahn

When American Muscle Cars Invade The German Autobahn

Given enough space, these pony cars can do some pretty gnarly speeds on the ragged edge

Ever wondered what a true-blooded American muscle car can do on an open stretch of highway with no speed limits? Well, the following videos that I’ve put together will give you an idea of what exactly it feels like to go flat out on the German Autobahn. The cars in question aren’t your base- or mid-spec models, but some of the most potent versions from the big three with proper burly V-8s under the hood.

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This is the First Teaser for Lamborghini's New LMDh Race Car that Will Debut in 2024

This is the First Teaser for Lamborghini’s New LMDh Race Car that Will Debut in 2024

The race car will enter competitions like the 24 Hours of Le Mans, 24 Hours at Daytona, and 12 Hours of Sebring

Since 2015, Lamborghini has competed in various series for GT3-specification cars where it accumulated more than 40 titles and some unique achievements. It is the only manufacturer in the world that won the legendary 24 Hours at Daytona three times in a row (It happened between 2018 and 2020). The company also has its own Super Trofeo series around the world. As of 2024, however, Lamborghini will compete in both the FIA World Endurance Championship’s Hypercar class and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GTP class. Of course, its job won’t be very easy, as it will have to face tough competition from automakers like Porsche and Cadillac.

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