Honda Teases Us with the New Civic Type R Once Again
Even with COVID-19 and the digital world looking to wipe live, brick-and-mortar auto shows from existence, Japan is giving these ancient relics at least one last shot. The Tokyo Auto Salon has produced several interesting cars in 2022, although most will never see the light of day ever again. Honda, however, showed off the new Civic Type R in the flesh, albeit covered in camouflage. The Japanese marque also released a new teaser video to get even more hype for the hottest of hatchbacks.
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This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette Has Been Restored In a Very Rare Color
Classic Corvettes are, undeniably, a desirable piece of American automotive history. The C1 Corvette, in particular, is where it all started and while early examples left a lot to be desired, especially in the performance department, later C1 examples, like this fully restored, 1960 example are truly remarkable. Moreover, this one is finished in the rare Cascade Green and recently changed hands, for a pretty penny.
Cadillac NART Zagato Is The Italian Cadillac You Did Not Know About
When talking about 1970s American cars, you probably think of performance-choked V-8 engines that were a shadow of their former selves, from the Muscle car era. You probably don’t think of coach-built Cadillacs with an Italian connection, but the 1970 Cadillac NART Zagato is exactly that and this is what we know about it.
It Looks Like BMW Is Developing A Special M Car That Will Debut In 2022
BMW and its M division are gearing up for a busy 2022. It’s got quite a lot of vehicles lined up for debut, like the M2, the M3 Touring, the XM, and even the iX M60. Amidst all this, we now get news that the performance arm of the German automaker is planning for a special vehicle. This is rumored to be a special edition of the BMW M4 to commemorate BMW M’s 50th anniversary. But, do you think the company will mark its Golden Jubilee with just another M4?
Fastest Electric Cars in the World
There is no dearth of electric cars in the market now. We aren’t just talking about the urban commuters, but also fast electric cars. There are many new automakers that start their electric car journey with fast cars or electric supercars. Companies like Estrema, Aspark, and even Tesla, for that matter, came up with fast electric sports cars or electric supercars. While some have faded into oblivion after showing us promising concepts, some have weathered the storm and are either into production or will enter production.
Here’s a list of the eight fastest electric cars in the world today that are in the production stage or about to enter production. Some of these fast cars are from mainstream automakers, some from established EVmakers, and some from new start-ups.
This Mk4 Supra Has A Diesel Engine From A Tank
The Nissan Ariya Concept Is A Road-Going Formula E Car
Is it possible to use an all-electric motor from a road car in a single-seater racing car? Well, Nissan thinks it is. It’s just been a few days now since Nissan revealed four electric concept vehicles in one swoop. They’re back, once again with the Ariya Single Seater Concept. The car seeks to explore the future of performance with electric power.
Bentley Releases New "Mulliner Blackline" Edition of the Continental GT
Grullon GT8 Gran Prix Edition Is The Budget-Friendly McLaren F1 You Want
The McLaren F1 is still considered to be one of the greatest cars ever made. Since then, there have been a few attempts of recapturing its presence, more specifically, in the form of the McLaren Speedtail and Gordon Murray T50. Unfortunately, all three of the above-mentioned cars cost a fortune, especially the F1, which currently goes for $20.5 million. Luckily, a Canadian firm, DDR Motorsport has got your back with a McLaren F1-inspired kit that costs a fraction of the price. It’s called the Grullon GT8 Grand Prix Edition.
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.
Frank Stephenson Re-imagines The Interior Of Next Generation Cars
Stellantis And Mopar Had Some Pretty Darn Sweet Concepts At The 2021 SEMA Show
The SEMA Show plays host to hundreds of vehicles from automakers and aftermarket companies from all across the globe. One of the most consistent groups to take part at the show is Stellantis with Mopar. Most of its brands – especially Jeep – always turn heads with some fantastic concepts. This year was no exception as the auto group brought seven different concepts from Jeep, Ram, and Dodge to the recently concluded event at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Ferrari Debuts The BR20 - A Fastback One-Off Model Based On The GTC4 Lusso
When you’ve got the money, you don’t just buy the most exotic cars; you get them commissioned based on your preference and needs. Top-end automakers aren’t new to this as they customize every car based on the client’s needs, but sometimes, they cater to demands that literally change the shape and style of the vehicle. Courtesy of one such customer, we have the Ferrari BR20 – a One-Off car commissioned by a customer that’s based on the GTC4 Lusso.
This Homemade Bugatti Chiron Actually Runs
Have you heard the quote Necessity is the mother of Invention? Well, the guys at NHẾT TV, from Vietnam certainly seem to swear by it. They’ve already gathered close to a million subscribers on YouTube, and for good reason. They’re USP? Building out replicas of big-name supercars and superbikes.
They’ve previously built a Lamborghini Aventador, a Mercedes SLS, and a Ducati Panigale. One of their most impressive creations was the homemade Ferrari 458. Now they’ve turned their attention to the big daddy of them all, the Bugatti Chiron.
This 1978 Pontiac Firebird Is The Ultimate Trans Am
The cinema has made many cars famous – the Ford Mustang, Dodge Charger, Chevrolet Corvette, and even imports like the Toyota Supra have achieved iconic status, due to no small part, to the movies they’ve starred in. Among these is the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and it was “Smokey and the Bandit” that inspired this 1978 Pontiac Trans Am resto-mod, built by “Ryan’s Rod & Kustom”.
Nissans Kicks of SEMA With Some Seriously Crazy Cars
The SEMA auto show is just around the corner, and recently several manufacturers have been giving us sneak peeks at what they are bringing to the aftermarket world event. The display will be open for the entire show from November 2nd through November 5th at booth #52157 in the West Hall of the Las Vegas convention center.