Your EV Can Now Look Like It Has a V-8 Under The Hood
It’s obvious that EVs are becoming more and more mainstream and this even extends to project cars and various builds. Of course, an electric motor is not as exciting to look at as a powerful internal combustion engine, which is why Canadian company, Webb Motorworks has developed a way for the buzzing powerplants to look like a classic V-8 engine.
Cool Australian Muscle Cars of the 60s and 70s
Muscle cars have often been related to the American market owing to the hot rod culture that sprung up during the 1920s. Australia followed suit after automakers like Ford released the GT in the late 60s for the local market. The popularity of the touring car series also encouraged manufacturers to develop muscle cars that specifically targeted the Australian market. The fact the population is geographically isolated and relatively smaller has lent to the uniqueness of muscle car models over the next few decades.
The Pagani Huayra’s Successor Promises a Next-Gen V-12 and a Manual Transmission
With the Pagani Huayra being on the market for the better part of a decade – actually it will be a decade as of 2022 – the world has been expecting a successor. Now, we don’t exactly have all of the specifics, but a new report quoting none other than Horacio Pagani has shed some light on a few things that we can expect. The most important development is that it will remain true to its internal combustion roots with no hint of electrification in the mix.
The Volkswagen SP2 "Reborn" Is An Obscure Brazillian Classic, Reimagined
There are certain cars of the past that deserve to have a modern-day successor. Apparently, a designer that goes by the name of rob3rtdesign is of the same mind, as he has decided to take the Brazil-only Volkswagen SP2 and turn it into something that looks like an epic side project, made by RUF or Singer.
The BMW M3 Touring Isn’t Coming Stateside Because It’s Bad for Business
It was in mid-October when we laid eyes on the BMW M3 Touring as it did some hardcore testing on the Nürburgring.It was wearing that controversial big grille, an aggressive front fascia, and looking every bit the M3 Touring we always wanted. Then we learned that the M3 Touring won’t be coming to the United States. The reason behind it, strangely enough, has nothing to do with the lack of interest in wagons or the love for SUVS. In fact, it’s actually BMW making a good business decision.
The Airtrek Is The Mitsubishi’s First-Ever EV With Up To 323 Miles Of Range
Vietnamese Company VinFast Just Staked Its Claim At the LA Auto Show
Ferrari F8 Tributo vs Mclaren 765 LT vs Porsche 911 GT2 RS; Need We Say More
In this week’s drag-race special, CarWow pits some top-tier European exotics against each other. We have the U.K with the Mclaren 765 LT vs Italy with the Ferrari F8 and the mighty Porsche 991 GT2 RS representing Germany, for today’s shoot-out. Let’s see which one of these supercars makes it top.
The Acura Integra Could Return to Racing
Acura just revealed the new 2023 Integra, marking the name’s return to the market in nearly two decades (2006, to be specific), but what happens next? Well, if Acura has its way, it’ll be putting the Integra back on the racetrack yet again, but it’s not entirely up to Acura, and we’re talking about cross-company politics here.
Rumor Has It That BMW Is Working on an i5 Touring
The next-gen BMW 5 series has been spied numerous times in 2021 despite the fact that the current-generation model was just updated. We’ve also recently seen the i5 – the 5 Series EV that will be sold alongside the traditional 5 Series- but now we’ve learned that the i5 won’t be just an electric sedan – there’s actually more to it. And, by more, I mean more interior space and cargo room.
2022 Volkswagen T-Roc R
The German automobile conglomerate known as VAG has announced their most popular crossover globally, the T-Roc, with a facelift, and while the facelift brings a lot of changes to the overall design, it adds a lot of features too. The R variant of the T-Roc, however is majorly unchanged, especially in the powertrain department. But it is no slow bugger at all! So, how does it square up for the 2022 model year?