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Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Is Damn Impressive on the Nürburgring

Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Is Damn Impressive on the Nürburgring

A lot faster than the standard GT4 and is rumored to possess a 500 HP engine.

It is no secret that a new 718 Cayman GT4 is being thoroughly tested before its November debut. It’s the top-tier RS variant that has been caught numerous times by spy photographers, and now, Porsche has announced that it is 24 seconds faster than the standard GT4 around the 12.9-mile Nürburgring circuit.

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2023 Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 Spy Shots: Down On Cylinders, Up on Power and Tech

2023 Mercedes-AMG GLC 43 Spy Shots: Down On Cylinders, Up on Power and Tech

The upcoming model sports a bigger grille, proper exhaust pipes and a diffuser. This performance SUV will be the latest victim of engine downsizing.

Here’s a scoop fresh from Germany. We’ve got some exclusive spy shots of the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GLC43. A prototype of the SUV was recently spotted during a test run.

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2023 Chevy Corvette Z06: Topless Thrills Up to 8,600 RPM?

2023 Chevy Corvette Z06: Topless Thrills Up to 8,600 RPM?

Listen to the C8 Corvette teasing us with its flat-plane V-8 that revs up to 8,600 RPM, right before its official debut

At this point, there’s hardly anyone who doesn’t know about the C8 Corvette. The first production, mid-engine Corvette finally came to us in 2019 and quickly became the world’s hottest sports car. Moreover, that was only the base version, and now, we finally get a glimpse at the first high-performance version – the Z06. More importantly, we heard the engine, which sounded like no other Corvette that was ever made.

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The Audi R8 Bloodline Carries On - Maybe Even As An EV

The Audi R8 Bloodline Carries On - Maybe Even As An EV

The future of Audi R8 is uncertain, but reports suggest it may become a hybrid or even fully electric by 2023

With a few exceptions, Audi is a brand that makes luxury cars that, for the most part, feature a rather unremarkable design. While that changed in the last few years, one model that has always been exciting is the Audi R8. Since its debut, in 2006, the mid-engine model hasn’t experienced any radical changes. However a few months ago, Hildegard Wortmann – Audi’s global chief of sales and marketing – stated that the Audi R8 “is an icon of the past, not necessarily the future”. This points to the R8 nearing the end of its lifespan in order to make room for something new.

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We Just Caught the Volkswagen ID.5 GTX Making Short Work of the Nurburgring

We Just Caught the Volkswagen ID.5 GTX Making Short Work of the Nurburgring

The Volkswagen ID.5 GTX is expected to make 299 horses and have 310 miles of range

Volkswagen was supposed to debut the ID.5 GTX at the 2021 IAA Mobility Show in Munich, but canceled it at the last minute. We saw a camouflaged version ahead of the show which didn’t hide much of the styling cues, but it was still with some skin. Now, the coupe-version of the ID.4 was recently spotted stretching its legs at the Nürburgring without nearly any camouflage this time.

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BMW's New Electric Architecture Comes With a Lot of Surprises, the First Being An Electric 3 Series

BMW’s New Electric Architecture Comes With a Lot of Surprises, the First Being An Electric 3 Series

It all starts with an electric 3 series, 800 Volt battery tech, and 350 kW charging capability, but the possibilities are endless

We now know that BMW is working on a new compact EV Saloon. Internally known today as the NK1, the rest of the world will know it as the 3 Series EV when it launches in 2025. It will serve as an alternative to the next-gen, fuel-powered 3 Series. Sitting atop a new electric architecture known as Neue Klasse, this electric 3 Series will be the first big step forward in BMW’s massive shift to electrification and will pave the way for a whole-new generation of BMW EVs – including an extended lineup of SUVs. This news, however, is about a lot more than a new electric 3 Series, and more about BMW’s path to the future.

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Spyros Panopoulos Chaos Is The First Greek Hypercar And It Will Not Be An EV

Spyros Panopoulos Chaos Is The First Greek Hypercar And It Will Not Be An EV

A 3,000-HP ultracar is coming from Greece. It’s called the Chaos and It will not run on electricity

Nowadays, there are plenty of startup companies cooking up an EV hypercar. Thanks to the electrical revolution, the hypercar industry has become like the watch industry – come up with a provocative design and then outsource the electric powertrain from somewhere else. However, internal combustion engine hypercars are still alive and it seems the next big thing isn’t coming from Bugatti, Pagani, or Koenigsegg, but….from Greece.

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The 2023 BMW M2 Competition Was Going Hard On the Nurburgring

The 2023 BMW M2 Competition Was Going Hard On the Nurburgring

The 2023 BMW M2 in the Competition-spec was seen running laps on the Nürburgring, but it still didn’t show any skin

The new BMW M2 has been spotted testing at the Nürburgring. It has been spotted back previously as well, but this time it’s in the Competition-spec. BMW is planning to revamp the new M2 to a large extent and it won’t just be a baby M3 now. Will it be able to live up to the hype, or are we in for a disappointing surprise when the car comes out?

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Someone Is Building A Real-Life CyberPunk 2077 Quadra V-Tech

Someone Is Building A Real-Life CyberPunk 2077 Quadra V-Tech

The Quadra Turbo R V-Tech from Cyberpunk 2077 is coming to life in an ambitious project

Cyberpunk 2077 came out in December 2020 and quickly got a lot of flak for its numerous bugs and broken promises. Be it as it may, the game offered a very unique perspective on what cars would look like in the dystopian future. But for some, playing the game isn’t enough, which is exactly what we see on the YouTube channel Burning Wrenches, where the host has an affinity for fabricating stuff. One of its creations is a real-life replica of the Quadra V-Tech, featured in the game.

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Future McLaren Super Cars Will Have Some Provocative Names

Future McLaren Super Cars Will Have Some Provocative Names

McLaren’s future models will no longer have numerical and alphabetic designations, as the brand moves to more exciting and provocative names

Cars are one of the human inventions that most captivated man’s imagination. This is especially true for supercars, which is why many people compare their seductive curves to those of a beautiful woman. Given that supercars (and by extension cars) can be viewed as living beings, as opposed to a means of transport, it’s only fair that they have the appropriate names.

Since McLaren returned to making road cars, their names seemed like a bit of an afterthought. The main offender was the MP4-12C, which according to some journalists sounded like it belonged to a fax machine. But all that is about to change, as McLaren recently filed trademarks for three non-numeric names.

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After 5 Years, the Mercedes-AMG One Finally Goes Into Production

After 5 Years, the Mercedes-AMG One Finally Goes Into Production

It’s spent a long time in the incubator, but this baby is finally ready to hatch

It’s been a little over four years since Mercedes and AMG first revealed the Project One – a daring hypercar whose goal was to blend F1 performance and technology with the simple phrase “road capable.” As easy as that sounds, there’s a reason we’ve had to wait so long for the original Project One to become a reality – it wasn’t so easy after all. For six months after its unveiling, Mercedes was balls to the wall when it came to sharing insight about development and goals, even claiming that the One was going to be the fastest car to ever grace the Nürburgring. But, this is where fairy tales become nightmares, and both Mercedes and AMG finally got a taste of just how hard it is to build a true F1 car for the road.

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The 2023 Nissan Maxima Could Finally Be A Step In The Right Direction

The 2023 Nissan Maxima Could Finally Be A Step In The Right Direction

Will the 2023 Nissan Maxima turn the boring Sedan into an exciting sporty Proposition, or is It destined to remain a bland fleet Car?

You probably know the Nissan Maxima as the brand’s bland sedan, destined to be a fleet car for a rental company or a taxi service. Over the years, the car did have a few decent versions, among which the SR, which was supposed to be a sportier variant of an otherwise unremarkable mid-size, front-wheel-drive sedan. To make things worse, the Maxima dropped the manual option in 2008 and, ever since, the potent 3.5-liter V-6 had to work with a lame CVT unit. However, the 2023 Nissan Maxima has the potential to be an exciting proposition. Here’s why.

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The Nostalgia Lingers As Acura Exposes The New Integra Piece by Piece

The Nostalgia Lingers As Acura Exposes The New Integra Piece by Piece

Yeah, the new Integra will have that six-speed manual, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

As you already know, The Acura Integra is making a comeback. And based on the very first teaser, we know it’ll feature a unique blend of Civic Type R, Acura NSX, and typical Acura DNA. More recently we learned that it’s going to be a real-life hatchback as the universe intended, but outside of this, the bulk of what makes up the new Acura Integra is a bit of a mystery. Now, thanks to Acura’s most recent teaser (and tribute to previous models, including the RSX) we know it’ll feature a six-speed manual transmission, again, as the universe intended.

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The 2023 Honda Civic Type R's Nurburgring Ambitions Exposed

The 2023 Honda Civic Type R’s Nurburgring Ambitions Exposed

It seems to be the same prototype which Honda teased, but it can be seen in action this time

Honda gave us a glimpse of the upcoming Civic Type-R a few days back. The company released two images of the hot hatch that were wrapped in camouflage, but gave us a fairly good idea about its styling cues. But, to us enthusiasts, two images aren’t enough. So, here are some more shots of the Civic Type-R taken by our photographers. The only fly in the ointment is that this car has got red skin as well. Nevertheless, we get to see it in action this time and with fewer clothes than the first time it was spied.

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The Lancia Delta Name Returns, But Don't Get Excited Quite Yet

The Lancia Delta Name Returns, But Don’t Get Excited Quite Yet

The Lancia Delta is getting revived for 2026, but It might not be what you are expecting

Most of you will probably agree that “they don’t make them like they used to” when it comes to cars. Granted, the performance of modern cars is much more accessible compared to, let’s say, something from the 1980s, but there’s a reason most poster cars are from a few decades ago. One such car is the rally-dominating Lancia Delta and although there have been modern recreations like the Delta Futurista, it hasn’t had a proper successor…until now.

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Here's What To Expect From Alfa Romeo's 5-Year Onslaught of New Cars

Here’s What To Expect From Alfa Romeo’s 5-Year Onslaught of New Cars

Alfa Romeo promises that It will give us a new model every year, until 2026. Here’s what models we can expect

It seems Alfa Romeo is one of those brands that refuse to step away from traditions and move on with the times. Over the last decade or so, the Italian company has come up with some great models, but their business strategy hasn’t been what you would call sustainable. However, this may be about to change, as the Italian car company recently stated that we will be getting a new model every year until 2026, and from 2027 onwards, all models of the brand will be electrified.

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Honda launches all-electric EV Sub-brand - e:N

Honda launches all-electric EV Sub-brand - e:N

The Japanese automaker showed off two production spec models for China, along with three futuristic concept cars

Honda held a virtual event online to showcase their EV strategy for the Chinese market, via their new EV sub-brand e:N. The Japanese brand unveiled two production-ready electric vehicles: the e:NS1 and the e:NP1. Apart from these two EV’s we also got to see three electric concept cars. The e:N SUV Concept, e:N GT Concept, and e:N Coupe Concept.

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2023 BMW M3 Touring Spied Testing At The Nürburgring!

2023 BMW M3 Touring Spied Testing At The Nürburgring!

BMW’s performance wagon was seen running hot laps at the Nürburgring

Spotting the BMW M3 Touring is like spotting a Mewtwo. It’s a beautiful Pokémon, but it’s rare. The last time we spotted the M3 Touring was back in 2020. Now, almost a year later, it has been spied again testing at the Nürburgring. However, there isn’t anything different this time around, and our spy photographers informed us that it even had the same registration number as the prototype from last year.

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This Race-Spec Version of the 2022 Civic Si Exposes the Future of Tuning Capabilities

This Race-Spec Version of the 2022 Civic Si Exposes the Future of Tuning Capabilities

The 2022 Honda Civic Si comes this October and sends a strong Message by going racing

When we talk about performance versions of the Honda Civic, we usually mean the Type-R. With that being said, Honda recently teased us with some videos of the current, eleventh generation of the Civic. The eleventh-generation Civic debuted in April, and now we are looking at the Civic Si, which will follow soon. The car was spotted testing around the Thunderhill Raceway, in California, where it would compete in the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

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The Lexus LX600 Debuts Today And You Can Watch the Live Stream Here!

The Lexus LX600 Debuts Today And You Can Watch the Live Stream Here!

Lexus will reveal the LX600 SUV on 13th October at 12:30 p.m. ET and you can see it here!

It took a lot of us by surprise when Land Cruiser decided not to bring the new Land Cruiser 300 to the U.S. The beast wasn’t moving in numbers that would justify it being alive here. However, the Toyota Group has decided to replace it with the new Lexus LX600 SUV instead and will be arriving Stateside. The company released a teaser last week announcing that the LX 600 will debut on October 13 at 12:30 p.m. ET, and here’s the live stream for you to watch

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A Brave Statement: Mazda Will Destroy Its Luxury Competitors By 2023

A Brave Statement: Mazda Will Destroy Its Luxury Competitors By 2023

Mazda is rapidly expanding its luxury SUV Lineup, while transitioning to more upscale and performance-oriented Vehicles

A while back, we talked about how Mazda is in the process of reinventing itself. The Japanese carmaker shared, on its official newsroom that three new SUV models are coming out by 2023 and that the expansion of its lineup will be accompanied by upgraded dealer facilities. Mazda’s transition to a more upscale image has never been more apparent and we are going to see the first models with longitudinally-mounted inline-six engines debut as early as 2022.

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The 2026 Lotus Elise Will Prove Electric Drive Is Better

The 2026 Lotus Elise Will Prove Electric Drive Is Better

The Lotus Elise’s successor will have at least double the power of any Elise that came before it

The Lotus Emira is billed as the brand’s very last fuel-powered vehicle, marking the end of its gas-powered lineup forever. We knew this was the case early on as right around the time it was launched, the company also told us that the Elise, Exige, and Evora were officially being sent to the guillotine. It was a bittersweet revelation that we all knew was coming but really didn’t think it was going to happen so fast. Since then, and even more so after the launch of the Emira, we’ve all wondered what would happen next. Will there be a successor to any of Lotus’ legacy models? Is the brand’s once most important model – the Elise – really gone forever? Well, now we know that, at the very least, it might not be over for the Elise quite yet.

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Breaking: 2022 Chevy C8 Corvette E-Ray Spied for the First Time!

Breaking: 2022 Chevy C8 Corvette E-Ray Spied for the First Time!

The Corvette E-Ray isn’t a myth and we now have proof!

The Corvette E-Ray has never been spied before, but the company has been working on it for a very long time. The fact that GM trademarked the ‘E-Ray’ name back in 2015 shows that the automaker has had it in its plans for the better part of the last decade. Fast forward to the present day, the automaker is still tight-lipped about it, but it has been spotted testing at the Nurburgring. If you had even an ounce of doubt, this proves that the car is certainly not a myth.

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