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Brabus Just Proved that Aftermarket Tuners Aren't Ready for EVs

Brabus Just Proved that Aftermarket Tuners Aren’t Ready for EVs

It also gives the car a more aerodynamic look

We live in a world where EVs are taking over, and just like with the rest of the world, the tuners will have to do some serious changes if they want to stay relevant. With no V-8 or inline-six engines to modify, they will have to adapt to the current reality. Brabus is one of the first tuners to offer improvements for electric cars, and while right now it didn’t find a solution to improve the power output of the Mercedes-Benz EQS, it did manage to improve the car’s range a little.

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BMW and Toyota's Latest Partnership Could Reshape the Automotive Industry

BMW and Toyota’s Latest Partnership Could Reshape the Automotive Industry

Thanks to Neue Klasse platform, the new FCVs will launch by 2025

With the increasing sales of battery-powered electric vehicles, the future of clean and green motoring is nearer than anticipated. However, a rare alternative to BEVs is hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars. But you know it, and I know it, the concept has been a big flop in the past. However, carmakers have been busy experimenting with the limits and possibilities that could be achieved with hydrogen power. Besides the two mainstream brands, Toyota and Hyundai, which have an edge in the market, it seems that BMW will follow the same path and launch its first mass-production hydrogen-powered SUV by the end of 2025. A report from Nikkei Asia confirms that the Bavarian automaker will take all the help needed from Toyota to fulfill what was once a dream.

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Porsche and Pixar Team up for the One Off 911 Sally Special

Porsche and Pixar Team up for the One Off 911 Sally Special

Porsche spent over a year perfecting this one off tribute to Pixar’s Cars.

Porsche has brought the 996 based Sally Carrera from Pixar’s Cars movie to life with a one off special project. Set to make a public debut at the 2022 Monterey Car Week, the 992 911 GTS based Sally Special will be auctioned off for two charities, and the lucky winner will own one of the rarest modern Porsche’s.

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The 10 Worst American V-8s of All Time

The 10 Worst American V-8s of All Time

The 10 worst American V-8 engines to ever live in consumers’ engine bays

America has been in love with the V-8 for almost a century now. From a hallmark of luxury and affluence in the first decades of the 20th century, it shifted to become a symbol of speed, excitement, sport, and adventure for the average working man. It fueled the post-Second World War hotrod boom of the late 40s and 50s. In the 1960s, it became the focus of the Super Stock craze and the following muscle car era. For the last 25 years, it has seen a Rennaissance thanks to ever-increasing technological advancements that overcame strict emissions and fuel economy standards. During the past 100 years, many excellent V-8s and some genuinely tragic ones have existed. Today we look at some of the worst American V-8s to find themselves in consumers’ engine bays.

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Audi Extremity Concept is the Quad of the Future

Audi Extremity Concept is the Quad of the Future

Does an Audi ATV make any sense?

Audi isn’t exactly in the business of making off-roaders, but that hasn’t stopped the creativity of a certain dude to create an off-road quad-bike that can go over all terrain. It’s called the Audi Extremity Concept, and the rendering is a creation of Annan Li, wherein he imagined what an ATV from the brand with four rings will look like.

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Here's Why The Base Dodge Challenger Hellcat Was The Truest Muscle Car Of Them All

Here’s Why The Base Dodge Challenger Hellcat Was The Truest Muscle Car Of Them All

The slowest Challenger Hellcat may actually truest to the original Muscle car formula, and here’s why

We recently spoke of how the base Dodge Challenger Hellcat, somehow, became the base car in Dodge’s supercharged lineup. While this fact, in itself, is bonkers, the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, with its 707 horsepower (717 horsepower from 2018) laid the foundation for a whole line of epic, high-performance MOPARs. But there are certain traits that defined a car as a true American Muscle car, and while each of the Hellcat’s derivatives is worthy of the title, we think the original, 2015 Challenger Hellcat best embodies the Muscle car philosophy, and here’s why.

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Can F1 Champion, Nico Rosberg, Handle the Rimac Nevera?

Can F1 Champion, Nico Rosberg, Handle the Rimac Nevera?

He loves how the Nevera drives and how fast it goes

2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg is a diehard Rimac fan. Since 2020, he has been closely watching the development of the C_Two, and as of August 2022, he is the proud owner of a Nevera supercar. And we are not talking about an ordinary Nevera, but unit #001. Nico made the trip to Rimac HQ in Croatia to check the development of the supercar, and after that, his supercar was delivered to his home in Monaco.

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A Chevy Camaro RS EV Might Not be So Bad After All

A Chevy Camaro RS EV Might Not be So Bad After All

Should the all-electric Chevy Camaro adopt a more traditional look?

With electrification happening all around us, many of our favorite automotive nameplates will either die or change dramatically to adapt to the electric future. Ford was the first among the big American three to do so with the Mustang Mach E, and Dodge is on the way to unveiling its first EV Muscle car.Naturally, Chevrolet joins wants to join the fray, and it seems the Corvette and Camaro names will be put on high-performance EVs like what happened with the Blazer. While the Chevy Camaro SS is still around, a Brazilian graphic designer that goes by Kleber Silva has reimagined the current Camaro RS as an EV.

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Ford GT - Performance, Price, and Photos

Ford GT - Performance, Price, and Photos

The GT is a modern take on a 60s racing icon, one that humbled Ferrari at Le Mans. It returned around the turn of the century to celebrate Ford’s centenary

If you’re going to celebrate a birthday, how would you do it? Ford decided for their 100th anniversary they needed something special. So special, that they revived a name that had been absent for 36 years: the GT40. The end result was the Ford GT, the first true street-legal supercar from the blue oval ever.

Using the pedigree and heritage of their Le Mans-winning GT40, the Ford GT is essentially the modernized vision of the iconic racing car. With only 4,038 of these American legends made, seeing one in the flesh is a true rarity.

The first-gen Ford GT was a success and inspired Ford to create a second generation for the 2017 model year. Although the second-gen Ford GT is a technological marvel, it doesn’t hug the heartstrings like its predecessor. The first-gen Ford GT is like being in a 1960s dream where the sound of a V-8 rumbling heart, was the only thing that mattered.

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Here's Why The Nissan Ariya EV Is a Game Changer

Here’s Why The Nissan Ariya EV Is a Game Changer

With high-tech features, Ariya EV gives Nissan an opportunity to turn the market on its head

The Nissan Leaf once was the most popular electric car in the world. Now, with the coming of its spiritual successor, the stunning Nissan Ariya, we are witnessing the dawn of a whole new era for the Japanese manufacturer we grew to love. As strange as it sounds, the Nissan Ariya EV could become a game-changer for Nissan.
What does that mean though!? Well, the Ariya EV fuses the latest Nissan tech with slick, yet opulent styling usually reserved for futuristic-looking concept cars. Add to that its integration with electromobility movement, smart infotainment systems, and advanced battery tech, and you truly do get a complete game-changing package. The Nissan Ariya is an SUV-sized vehicle that stands to tackle the greatest EV heavyweights like the Tesla Model Y, Hyundai Ioniq 5, and the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Here are its ten most prominent features that signal the coming of change.

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Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2024 BMW X5 M

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2024 BMW X5 M

It features the same grille as the future XM

BMW has been testing the facelift X5 M for over a year now. Our spy photographers have caught prototypes of the future SUV many times before, including around the famous Nurburgring track. Now, BMW took the SUV out for some more testing around the ring, and for the first time we get to see the new undisguised grill, which is very similar to that of the upcoming BMW XM.

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Keyvany Just Purified The Ferrari F8's Pedigree With Extreme Tuning

Keyvany Just Purified The Ferrari F8’s Pedigree With Extreme Tuning

A very aggressive look is also part of the package

When it comes to Ferrari models, there isn’t much you can change about them that will add any kind of real value. They deliver enough power and most of them look very good from the factory. The F8 Spider is included in this statement, but Keyvany doesn’t agree, and its latest Hayula package completely transforms the look of the F8 Spider and cranks up the performance.

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Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2023 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT

The fastest SUV around Nurburgring will already get an update

If you follow the automotive industry, you probably know by now that the entire Porsche lineup is about to be refreshed, starting with the 911 and all the way up to the larger Cayenne SUV. In fact, just recently our spy photographers spotted the Cayenne Coupe GTS out for a run around Nurburgring. Today another Cayenne model, this time the Cayenne Turbo GT - the most powerful, non-hybrid Cayenne - was flexing its muscles around the ring.

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Maserati is Shaking Up Its Lineup, as the Ghibli and Ferrari V-8 Vanish

Maserati is Shaking Up Its Lineup, as the Ghibli and Ferrari V-8 Vanish

Oh gratuitous V-8 Maserati, you will be missed

Maserati has always had a sense of effortless cool about it that no other car manufacturer can manage. One could even argue that if George Clooney was a car, he would be a Maserati. Most of it is down to the looks and sound, as almost every Maserati ever produced has been quite easy on the eyes and has an exhaust note that is without equal. Some of it is down to the idiocracies that are part of every Maserati, stuff like less than stellar reliability, the build quality, and such, but all of it somehow has the effect of just adding more charm, rather than infuriating you. However, this kind of Maserati may be coming to an end. We now know that not only is the Ghibli sedan getting the ax, but so is Maserati’s Ferrari-derived V-8.

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