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This is the Coolest Homemade Lamborghini You'll Ever See

This is the Coolest Homemade Lamborghini You’ll Ever See

This talented father built a ‘drivable’ wooden replica of the Lamborghini Vision GT for his son, and it’s fantastic!

Lamborghini revealed the Vision GT Concept back in 2019, and it was arguably one of the most radical designs from the Italian automaker. Lamborghini is known for sharp, aggressive styling, so a car that made other models with the portfolio looks like doodles says how bold the Vision GT Concept is. Although this isn’t a car that you can buy or even see it in real, for that matter, but this particular gentleman owns it. Confused? We’re talking about a wooden homebuilt replica he made that can actually be driven! Crazy, isn’t it?

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Poirier Collection: Inside the Manliest Mancave on the Planet

Poirier Collection: Inside the Manliest Mancave on the Planet

Shmee discovers heaven for all car-nuts. The most impressive man cave features a lot more than just a lot of fast cars

Having your own man cave is a feat many of us would like to boast about. For some, it may be a Skyrim-themed dungeon with pelts, swords, and suits of armor while others could go for a Star Wars or a bar-inspired theme. Of course, plenty of mancaves revolve around cars and Shmee150 takes us on a tour of what can be described as the “manliest mancave” out there. The focal point is, of course, cars, but really, there’s a little bit of everything.

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The Only Bugatti Bolide in Existence Made a Rare Public Appearance, and It Sounds Amazing!

The Only Bugatti Bolide in Existence Made a Rare Public Appearance, and It Sounds Amazing!

If you wondered what the Bugatti Bolide’s W-16 sounds like, this video is your definitive answer

With only 40 units set to be built, and a price tag of about $5 million, chances of seeing a Bugatti Bolide in real life are pretty thin. But those who just happened to be at the Concours d’Elegance at Villa D’Este in Lake Como, Italy got the chance to enjoy an amazing show. The finest machines on the planet were part of the event, and with the Bolide being one of the finest of them all, it had to be present! Needless to say it was a sight to behold.

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McLaren Senna XP "El Triunfo Absoluto" Pays Tribute To Ayton Senna's Legendary 1989 Win in Mexico

McLaren Senna XP "El Triunfo Absoluto" Pays Tribute To Ayton Senna’s Legendary 1989 Win in Mexico

The final out of a series of four to pay homage to famous Ayrton Senna

The McLaren Senna was revealed as the third model in the McLaren Ultimate Series at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The supercar was named after the Brazilian Formula One race driver Ayrton Senna who drove McLaren Formula One cars for six years, from 1988 to 1993.

McLaren Beverly Hills built four Senna XP cars to pay homage to famous Ayrton Senna race victories. The last one, named "El Triunfo Absoluto" (in English, "The Absolute Triumph") celebrates Senna’s win at the 1989 Formula One Mexican Grand Prix.

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The Most Luxurious McLaren Proves Practicality And Performance Can Go Hand In Hand

The Most Luxurious McLaren Proves Practicality And Performance Can Go Hand In Hand

The McLaren GT demonstrates face-ripping acceleration and incredible speeds, despite being the most usable McLaren you can buy

There are very few places where you can really put a high-performance car through its paces. While we do, occasionally, test cars, we still wish we could be part of the AutoTopNL team and have quick access to the unrestricted sections of the German Autobahn. This time, the car that gets to be driven flat out is a McLaren GT that has been “slightly” modified. The GT is currently McLaren’s most practical and luxurious model, but as you will see, it’s more than capable of soiling the underwear of those who are uninitiated.

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The MC20 Cielo is the Most Advanced Spyder Ever Made

The MC20 Cielo is the Most Advanced Spyder Ever Made

The Maserati MC20 Cielo features a retractable glass roof that adds only 143 pounds of weight

Maserati launched the MC20 in 2020, and it has now followed it up with a drop-top version of the supercar. Called the MC20 Cielo, this convertible supercar looks absolutely gorgeous. The biggest difference between the MC20 and the MC20 Cielo is obviously the roof. The Italian automaker has equipped a retractable glass roof on the Cielo, and it has added just 143 pounds to the MC20’s weight. What’s also cool is that Maserati has retained the butterfly doors, something which is a rarity when a car loses its top. Is the MC20 Cielo one of the hottest Spyder models in recent times?

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This Video is Proof That Nissan Should Have Built the R390 GT1 Supercar

This Video is Proof That Nissan Should Have Built the R390 GT1 Supercar

The only road-legal example of this GT car grabbed all the attention it needed at Villa d’Este

The R390 GT1 prototype seen in the video is the only specimen made for road use, before the development of the proper race cars. This Nissan supercar is one of the rarest cars in the world, but Nissan was initially planning to build a road-going car before the 1997 Le Mans entry. This right-hand-drive configured supercar was spotted in Italy for the 2022 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este show in May 2022.

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SSC Tuatara Hits 295 MPH, Becomes World's Fastest Production Vehicle

SSC Tuatara Hits 295 MPH, Becomes World’s Fastest Production Vehicle

This time SSC made sure the record is official

One of the biggest news of 2020 was SSC Tuatara’s alleged 330-mph top speed run. The news ended amid controversy as many said there were inconsistencies between the automaker’s claims and what actually happened during that run. In the end, SSC had to admit it failed to achieve 330 mph, and, on its next attempt, the Tuatara hit a top speed of 282.9 mph. While the number is nowhere near 330 mph, the Tuatara still broke the Agera RS’ previous 277.9 mph top speed record.

SSC wasn’t happy with that result, and it took the Tuatara back on the track for another attempt. The result was more than satisfying as the supercar got even closer to the 300-mph mark.

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As the Pagani 10C Approaches a New One-Off Huayra NC Comes to Life

As the Pagani 10C Approaches a New One-Off Huayra NC Comes to Life

Just a one-off edition built to take your mind away from the imminent C10 launch

It would seem that Pagani should have run out of ideas for the Huayra, with so many special editions, one-offs, and spin-off models. The new C10 should just be the next logical step, but the C10’s debut is months away – it will happen on September 12, 2022, in Milan, Italy - and here we are looking at a new one-off Pagani Huayra. This one-off comes courtesy of Pagani China on commission of a special customer and goes by the name Huayra NC (no, is not a typo).

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The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Lego Technic Kit is 3,778 Pieces of Pure Automotive Joy

The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Lego Technic Kit is 3,778 Pieces of Pure Automotive Joy

Think you can put together all 3,778 pieces of this new Lego Technic kit?

Lego, the famous toy company from Denmark, has announced a miniature Technic kit of the breathtakingly beautiful Ferrari Daytona SP3. Although there have been multiple leaks online about the toy supercar, there is now an official statement from Lego that states the price which is €/$399.99, and it will officially go on sale in June 2022.

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Video: Witness the Most Ridiculous Lamborghini Takeover Ever

Video: Witness the Most Ridiculous Lamborghini Takeover Ever

Behold, the full firepower of over 70, highly-modified Lamborghinis, driving in convoy

If you are binging YouTube car videos, you have probably come across Tim Burton’s channel, Shmee150. The guy is pretty much anywhere high-performance cars can be found, and sometimes he’s among the very first to see them in person. This time, the action is happening at Lamborghini Paramus, New Jersey, where at least 70 Lamborghinis of all shapes and sizes are gathering for a massive takeover. Straight pipes, twin-turbo V-8s, burbly V-10s, and shrieking V-12s are the focal points today as you will find out below.

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Koenigsegg's "Affordable" Supercar Promises To Be Just As Crazy As The Rest Of The Koenigsegg Models

Koenigsegg’s "Affordable" Supercar Promises To Be Just As Crazy As The Rest Of The Koenigsegg Models

If Koenigsegg goes through with the RAW project, the brand will produce cars in the hundreds,

When it comes to cars, Koenigsegg is at the forefront of innovation, but there comes a time when even the best of the best need to think about production output. So far, all of Koenigsegg’s offerings have been produced in highly-limited numbers, with the most common one being the 2022 Koenigsegg Gemera, which is limited to just 300 examples. However, the Swedish manufacturer has been considering a more affordable model since 2019 when it entered a joint venture with the Swedish EV manufacturer, NEVS, and now, we get to see how it looks.

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Video: What It's Like to Drive the Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack

Video: What It’s Like to Drive the Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack

The Koenigsegg Regera Ghost Pack is the ultimate marriage between electric and gasoline propulsion, and here’s how it performs around a technical circuit

When it comes to hypercars, it doesn’t get much more extreme than Koenigsegg’s offerings. Moreover, the Swedish carmaker has been at the forefront of technological advancements in automobiles since its inception, and the Koenigsegg Regera is one of the cars that best embodies what the brand stands for. Mr. JWW who is an automotive, travel, and culture vlogger, takes us around this marvel of a machine to showcase not only its “quirks and features”, but also to take us for a spirited drive.

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