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This Is Probably Everything You Need to Know About the Interior of the Mercedes EQS

This Is Probably Everything You Need to Know About the Interior of the Mercedes EQS

The all-electric S-Class promises a spectacular cockpit

In trying to hype up the arrival of the EQS, Mercedes-Benz took to YouTube where it started a short series of videos called Unexpected Beauty. The second clip in the series focuses on the human-centric cabin of the EQS as it also puts the people who developed it into the limelight.

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2021 BMW M3 and M4 by Manhart

2021 BMW M3 and M4 by Manhart

The Manhart-tuned M3 and M4 will come with an additional 100 horses along with other cosmetic and mechanical upgrades

The new BMW M3 and M4 have just started arriving at the dealerships, but Manhart Performance is already developing its own versions of these beauties. The M3 and the M4 are under scrutiny for their kidney grilles, but there’s no denying that they’re an improvement in every aspect otherwise.

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2021 Porsche Taycan Art Car

2021 Porsche Taycan Art Car

Porsche pulls a BMW and introduces a Taycan-based art car

By introduces we mean presents, because this colorful Taycan is not part of Porsche’s lineup. Instead, the car will be auctioned through RM Sotheby’s between April 6 and April 13, with all the proceedings heading to the Suisseculturale Sociale non-profit organization which seeks to support the COVID-19 pandemic-struck art scene from Switzerland.

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Can an Abandoned 1968 Buick LeSabre Start and Drive After Sitting 26 years?

Can an Abandoned 1968 Buick LeSabre Start and Drive After Sitting 26 years?

They say you can’t keep a good car down, but how much damage has time done to this Buick, exactly?

If you are reading this, there’s a 99-percent probability that you are a car enthusiast. If you are, then at some point you’ve probably been romanticizing about finding an abandoned car, restoring it, and driving it. Such a feat would certainly be worthy of been immortalized in the automotive archives, or in this case, most likely YouTube. Speaking of which, this video from Vice Grip Garage just so happens to showcase “rescues” like these.

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Can An Old Lexus Really Give You A V8 With Luxury and Reliability?

Can An Old Lexus Really Give You A V8 With Luxury and Reliability?

Is it possible to have it all, without breaking the bank?

Most of us would agree that luxury and performance cars are unattainable for most of us. Because of this, we spend a lot of time looking for the best possible bargain. Things are not that simple, however, as when you eventually stumble upon an offer that looks like a bargain, things are often not as they seem. The YouTube channel JayEmm on Cars answers a question many of us have asked. Can you get luxury, reliability, and power, at a bargain price?

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FDR's Armored 1942 Lincoln Limo Would Be At Least $1 Million Today

FDR’s Armored 1942 Lincoln Limo Would Be At Least $1 Million Today

It’s a ride fit for a president

The Petersen Automotive Museum is home to a lot of the most famous vehicles in history. One model, in particular, was the recent subject of a video hosted by the museum’s chief historian, Leslie Kendall. It’s an armored 1942 Lincoln Zephyr that happened to be the presidential ride of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States of America.

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A Twin-Turbo Lexus IS F Could Bring Some Pain To the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63

A Twin-Turbo Lexus IS F Could Bring Some Pain To the BMW M3 and Mercedes-AMG C63

We are probably looking at 500 horses and sub-four-second 0-60 mph time

Lexus recently launched its first V-8-powered sedan in almost a decade in the form of the IS 500 F Sport. It’s been just about a week since it was launched, but it looks like the automaker already has one more in the pipeline. According to Motoring, Lexus is working on a twin-turbo V-8 car that will take on the Mercedes-AMG C63 and the BMW M3. To make to deal sweeter, the automaker could resurrect the “IS F” moniker for it.

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2021 Skoda Octavia

2021 Skoda Octavia

The latest more affordable Golf is ready to storm the market

Skoda has long been the popular brand choice for pragmatic people who want a comfortable and practical commuter. The Octavia makes the backbone of the lineup and is one of its most popular models. The Octavia has always been about getting a lot of a car at an affordable price. But with new cars having more and more tech on board, cars are gradually rising up in value. This begs the question, can the best-seller of the Czech brand still be at the top of its game?

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Alfa Romeo Is Plotting a Larger-Than-Giulia 5 Series Competitor

Alfa Romeo Is Plotting a Larger-Than-Giulia 5 Series Competitor

The question is whether or not Alfa Romeo can get such a vehicle into customer hands at a reasonable price.

Big Alfa Romeo Sports sedans don’t really exist today, with the last important model that comes to mind being the 166 that was produced between 1996 and 2007. But, what if Alfa Romeo, now under the leadership of Stellantis, decided it wanted to forget about the SUV segment for a moment and compete with the likes of the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E-Class, and even the Audi A6 or Maserati Ghibli? Well, believe it or not, an uncited report is claiming this could very well happen, and it could happen sooner than you’d expect.

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8 Sports Cars from the 2000s Still Worth Buying

8 Sports Cars from the 2000s Still Worth Buying

It’s not yet been 20 years since Y2K, and we’re already reaching for the rose-colored glasses when talking about the 2000s. It was a decade of rapid technological advancements, one where flip phones turned into smartphones and laptops were finally making some gains on desktop computers. It was, arguably, the decade of the Fast And Furious franchise, for the movie-going car guys, that went from glamorizing the tuner culture to being just another action franchise that happened to feature some exotics.

Above all, though, it was the decade of the electronic uprising in our sporty cars. The first flappy paddles found their way into up-market supercars, and even the more mundane machinery came with a host of electronic aids to keep them level and straight on the road. Some enjoyed having their skills behind the wheel complimented by the electronic suspension, self-leveling dampers, four-wheeled steering, and other clever robotics that made driving fast a bit easier. The purists, however, did not like the rise of electronic aids and kept searching for those cars that kept true to the old school setup of three pedals, a stick, and no help other than that given by your senses.

We’ve put together a list of 8 sports cars from the 2000s that you should still consider today. They offer the perfect blend between rawness and electronic advancement from a time when we didn’t hear doomsday preachers announcing the end of the manual transmission.

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Drifting in a RWD Porsche Taycan? We're Not So Sure

Drifting in a RWD Porsche Taycan? We’re Not So Sure

Can this be the most engaging EV?

Ever since EVs have started popping up like mushrooms, a lot of car enthusiasts have deemed them unholy, soulless, and boring to drive. However, there’s another side to it, as demonstrated in this video from the channel Seen Through Glass. The channel is actually quite fun, since it showcases expensive cars and supercars in a more entertaining way, sometimes even using them not how they were intended. This gives us a chance to get answers to questions we never thought we’d be asking. For example, can an all-electric Porsche Taycan drift?

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Ken Block's 2002 Subaru WRX STi Is For Sale, And You Know You Want It

Ken Block’s 2002 Subaru WRX STi Is For Sale, And You Know You Want It

That could turn out a very valuable car in a decade from now

Ken Block is selling his 2002 WRX STi. Mind you, the car has a lot of emotional baggage as it’s the one that helped Block secure his first rally victory back in 2006 and the same he used to jump 171 feet on Stunt Junkies.

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Apparently It Costs A Fortune To Charge a Tesla In Texas Right Now

Apparently It Costs A Fortune To Charge a Tesla In Texas Right Now

The biggest advantage of owing an electric vehicle just went down the drain

The winter snow in Texas left people dead in their tracks. It has impacted even basic services like power and water and has left the Lone Star state crippled. People there are facing electricity bills as high as $17,000, which shows what a massive impact the storm has had on the day-to-day lives of the residents. The rocketed prices have affected EV owners, too, as Oilprice.com reports that charging a Tesla cost the owners around $900, which is almost 50 times more than how much it generally costs!

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The 2022 Mercedes C-Class Is Bringing S-Class Tech To The Middle Class

The 2022 Mercedes C-Class Is Bringing S-Class Tech To The Middle Class

The new C-Class is here in sedan and wagon guise with a lot of tech trickled down from larger S-Class

The C-Class is to Mercedes-Benz what the 3 Series is to BMW. That is best demonstrated by the amount of tech Stuttgart poured into the new C-Class via the S-Class flagship. Here’s everything you need to know about the new 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which is expected to hit U.S. showrooms in early 2022.

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Yet Another Reason BMW Engines Are Junk

Yet Another Reason BMW Engines Are Junk

Okay, not all BMW engines are junk, but there have been a few that aren’t exactly on the top of the dependability list

As a car enthusiast who spends some of its time watching YouTube, you may have stumbled onto Tyler Hoover’s channel – Hoovie’s Garage. The YouTuber consistently opens up with the slogan “The dumbest automotive channel on YouTube”, but we like to think it’s more of an educational/entertaining automotive channel. Mostly with regards to what we shouldn’t be buying. With this in mind, Tyler, once again, walks us through (or under) one of his many “hoopties”, as he likes to call them.

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The 2022 Lexus IS 500 F Sport Performance Takes Aim At the BMW M3 and Audi RS5

The 2022 Lexus IS 500 F Sport Performance Takes Aim At the BMW M3 and Audi RS5

It makes 472 horses and takes just 4.5 seconds to 60 mph

Lexus has launched the 2022 IS 500 F Sport Performance model. It is the first model in the automaker’s new ‘F Sport Performance Line’ series. The biggest talking point is the 5.0-liter, V-8 engine under the hood. The IS moniker has been around for a long time now, but it’s still trying to find its feet as a worthy contender to the three Germans. Lexus has made a lot of mechanical enhancements to sell it as a sporty sedan, but only time will tell if a V-8 was all the IS needed to make a splash.

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Is The Karma GS 6 The Perfect Middle Ground Between Full-Electric and Gas-Powered Cars?

Is The Karma GS 6 The Perfect Middle Ground Between Full-Electric and Gas-Powered Cars?

It looks spectacular, is feature-rich, and comes with an electric-only range of 80 miles

Karma Automotive is back in the news, this time for the introduction of its latest vehicle called the GS-6. The GS-6 is essentially the Revero GT that the company revealed in the past, but with few significant changes. Karma plans to use the Revero moniker for a future, upmarket product.

Anyway, the GS-6 is a plug-in hybrid vehicle that debuts in the “new luxury” segment; a term coined by Karma to perhaps create a new niche. The GS-6 is not priced as exorbitantly high as the previous products and starts under $100,000.

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2023 BMW 7 Series

2023 BMW 7 Series

BMW needs to respond to the new S-Class, and it has to do it quickly

The new Mercedes-Benz S-Class is nothing but a declaration of high-tech war aimed at its two main rivals, the Audi A8 and the 7 Series. BMW’s flagship received a hefty facelift in 2019 for the 2020 model year and other than the enlarged grille, it got a tech upgrade, including BMW’s then-new iDrive 7.0 setup. However, you can only stay relevant for a short time in the current luxury car climate and with the S-Class making no rebates on the technology front, BMW is already working on the next-generation 7er. Here’s everything we know so far.

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The 862-Horsepower Subaru WRX STI From Gymkhana Was a Masterpiece of Modern Engineering

The 862-Horsepower Subaru WRX STI From Gymkhana Was a Masterpiece of Modern Engineering

These videos are the perfect Gymkhana documentaries

We can safely say that each and every Gymkhana car used so far in the installment was downright bonkers. No exception. However, as Ken Block traded places with Travis Pastrana for Gymkhana 2020, Subaru responded by dialing up the WRX STI to eleven… thousand.

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The Jaguar XJ is Dead, and The Rest of the Lineup Might Follow

The Jaguar XJ is Dead, and The Rest of the Lineup Might Follow

Jaguar plans big changes in the near future

With the increasing expansion of electric vehicles, more and more car companies are rethinking their strategies. One of the latest cases is Jaguar. The esteemed car manufacturer from Great Britain will be making a complete transition to electric propulsion in the coming years. This means that some of our favorite models from Jaguar will undoubtedly face extinction, starting with the flagship sedan – XJ. What does this mean for the rest of the brand’s current lineup? How much of it will be left and what can we expect in the future?

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Driving A Legendary Rally Icon in Assetto Corsa (Subaru Impreza 22B)

Driving A Legendary Rally Icon in Assetto Corsa (Subaru Impreza 22B)

When in doubt, flat out and if that doesn’t do the trick, you can hit restart race anyway

These days, well-preserved Subaru Impreza 22Bs get sold for as much as $370,000. And for good reason. The 22B is one of the rarest Subies out there, simply because it was a special, road-legal interpretation of Subaru’s Impreza WRX rally car fitted with a larger engine, a widebody kit, and gold-painted wheels.

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