Why Can’t This Tuned, 700HP BMW X3 M Give The Business to a Mercedes-AMG GT R?
There was a time when SUVs were mostly family haulers and vehicles prepped to tackle the great outdoors. But once they became extremely popular, automakers began developing high-performance versions.
Nowadays, there are loads of beefed-up crossovers available and the BMW X3 M Competition is one of the most powerful you can buy at 503 horsepower. But thanks to aftermarket tuners, the X3 M can produce notably more power. Enough to give sports cars like the Mercedes-AMG GT R a run for their money.
This 900HP AWD Honda Is Just Insane
About three years ago, the most heavily-modified Honda Civics in the US gathered on a runway and had a drag race. Two of the cars pushed well-over 1,000 horsepower, but the winner was a relatively stock-looking EG hatchback, with 900 horsepower and all-wheel-drive conversion. Needless to say, the car proved a point – power is nothing without control. Fast-forward three years and AWD high-horsepower Civic builds are starting to become more mainstream. The YouTube channel “That Racing Channel” (TRC) stumbled upon one of them.
Watch a Bugatti Veyron and a $50 Million Ferrari 250 GTO Play Cat and Mouse
It’s not uncommon to feast your eyes on some rare exotic vehicles when on the streets of London. The YouTube channel “TheTFJJ” is certainly making the most of it, as we see regular weekly content of expensive, rare, and exotic cars being enjoyed. Not only that, a lot of the footage is taken from inside of the cars. This video in particular shows two very expensive and rare cars, each of them very fast for their time, being enjoyed on public roads.
Watch the Toyota GR Yaris Get Beat On in First Real Test
Ever since its debut, the GR Yaris has been putting a lot of smiles on a lot of faces, mostly those of the car journos that had the chance to sample the feisty hot hatch. But the time has come for Toyota’s pocket-rocket to go rallying and looking at this video, it really seems up to the challenge.
You Have to Check Out The TIKT AMG GT R Pro at Hockenheim
Every car has hidden potential. This is especially true in modern days where most cars come out of the factory with the most eco-friendly setup possible. With this in mind, there are plenty of professional tuners who will be more than happy, for a certain price, to unchain the beast that sleeps in your car. As you will see in this video from the German “Sport Auto” YouTube channel, someone decided that the AMG GTR Pro is not vicious enough.
This Is How You Recommission A Classic Mercedes 300SL Gullwing
Having a classic car and keeping it running can be a challenge sometimes. This is especially true when a car has been sitting for a prolonged period of time, without being used. Cars, similar to people, need exercise every now and then. With this in mind, there are very few people out there who specialize in keeping classic cars in working order. Lain Tyrell has been a leading authority in the field for 40 years now and his expertise is highly valued across the globe.
This 2,000HP Dodge Viper Is Stupid Fast
Power is great, but just how much power is enough? Apparently, there is no such thing, as one of YouTube’s go-to racing channels – “That Racing Channel” (TRC) – gives us a ride-along in one very fast Dodge Viper. This isn’t just any Viper, as you will find out below. As usual, we get the story behind the car, how the owner got it, and what’s been done to it. Spoiler alert: there are some pretty crazy facts about this particular snake.
This In-Depth Video of the Koenigsegg Agera is a Must-See
Koenigsegg is regarded as one of the most revolutionary automakers in the industry. Take the Koenigsegg Agera, for example. Introduced a decade ago, the Agera was, in many ways, a revolutionary supercar that helped Koenigsegg transition from being a niche automaker to a globally renowned automotive purveyor of hellacious speed and performance.
The latest episode of YouTube channel Mr.JWW shines a light on the supercar that made Koenigsegg a household name.
This Ruf 911 CTR "Yellowbird" On the Nurburgring is Pure Gold
If you’re a Porsche 911 fan, you’re definitely familiar with Ruf Automobile, modified 911s and the iconic CTR Yellowbird. If you haven’t heard about Ruf and the Yellowbird, it’s time to grab a seat and check this out, because you need watch and hear one of the greatest 911s built outside Porsche’s factory.
Learn Everything About the Ferrari SF90 From The Man In Charge of Its Design
This Video About the Maserati MC12 Will Remind You Of Better Times
The Maserati MC12 is arguably one of the most underrated supercars of all time. Produced in limited quantities back in 2004 — only 50 were built — the MC12 was a two-seater supercar that Maserati built to comply with homologation requirements so it could enter the FIA GT Championship with a race-spec version of the same car. Sixteen years later, not a lot of people remember the MC12 or even its shared history with the much more famous Ferrari Enzo. Fortunately, Petrolicious’ original series Homologation Specials did not forget about the MC12 and its impact in the supercar world. It doesn’t get as much love and respect as the Enzo, but the MC12 should be remembered better than it has been. It wasn’t the best car to drive, and it was oft-criticized for being too big, but the MC12’s place in the annals of Italian performance cars is secure, or at least it should be.
Quit Wasting Time And Learn The Real Story Behind the GMC Syclone
The GMC Syclone is undoubtedly one of the most bonkers cars ever built by GM. It could whoop a Ferrari’s ass in a straight-line race back in 1991 and just under 3,000 units were produced, all painted black - except for the Marlboro Editions, which were red and white.
In case the Syclone still has the power to unearth some nostalgia for you, here’s a video that will refresh your knowledge on the performance pickup truck.