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Is the Ferrari 812 Superfast A True GT? A Trip from The UK to France Holds The Answer

Is the Ferrari 812 Superfast A True GT? A Trip from The UK to France Holds The Answer

This front-engined Ferrari has got the performance, but what about long-distance comfort?

You’d think the Ferrari 812 Superfast has been turned over its every side by pretty much all the car journos that matter at the moment and you’d be right. However, Harry Metcalfe of Harry’s Garage wanted to see if the super-fast Superfast can be used as a good old grand tourer, as Ferrari claims. Hence this 35-minute experiment transposed into a YouTube video.

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2020 Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo LP1200 by Zyrus Engineering

2020 Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo LP1200 by Zyrus Engineering

This is the epitome of a pee-inducing tuning project

It’s not uncommon to see a heavily tuned Lamborghini Huracan. Every so often, though, a tuner comes out with a tuning kit so jaw-dropping that you’re left with no words to describe it.

That’s basically what Zyrus Engineering accomplished when it presented its latest creation. It’s called the LP1200, and it’s based on the Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo, the racing variant of the standard Huracan. Yes, folks. The LP1200 is a road-legal monstrosity that’s based on a track-only racer that’s based on a road-legal car.

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Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Arrives With The Most Powerful Engine From AMG

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Arrives With The Most Powerful Engine From AMG

Holy smokes, Mercedes-AMG didn’t play around with this Black Series GT

Rumors talked about it for a couple of years, some spyshots gave us even more reason to get excited and follow the topic, but it was finally a press release from Mercedes-AMG that brightened our day.

This, folks, is the new Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, featuring the most beefy engine ever developed by the house of AMG.

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10 Cars With the Best Power Output Per Liter

10 Cars With the Best Power Output Per Liter

There’s no replacement for displacement... or is there?

Back in the day, if you wanted more power, you had to have an engine with a big volumetric capacity. Take, for instance, Malcolm Campbell’s Campbell-Napier-Railton Blue Bird record-breaking car of 1931 that was a 25-foot-long behemoth powered by a 23.9-liter airplane engine developing 1,450 horsepower.

Nowadays, however, with the advent of turbocharging as well as other clever mechanical solutions, we no longer need engines the size of a bedroom to get the oomph we want. Point in case? Each and every car on this list.

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What in the World is this Strange Bugatti Chiron Test Mule Doing on the Road?

What in the World is this Strange Bugatti Chiron Test Mule Doing on the Road?

Bugatti may be testing a new Chiron, but we don’t know what it is yet

Introduced in 2016, the Bugatti Chiron has already spawned eight variations ranging from simple special-edition models to unique cars like the La Voiture Noire. But the supercar firm isn’t planning to stop just yet, and a new test mule spotted by our paparazzi proves just that. We don’t know what it is yet, but we’re looking at three different scenarios.

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We Have A Looking Glass Into the Ferrari Portofino's Future, and Something Big is Coming

We Have A Looking Glass Into the Ferrari Portofino’s Future, and Something Big is Coming

New Evidence Suggests That a More Powerful Ferrari Portofino is Coming in 2021

A recent filing with the Environmental Protection Agency hints that Ferrari is planning a new model, which is right now only known as the “2021 Ferrari F164 BCB”. At a glance, this probably doesn’t tell you anything, but Ferrari fans and enthusiasts will tell you the F164 is the internal model code for the Portofino. With fuel economy figures for the 2021 Ferrari Portofino already submitted and a second submission for the “Ferrari F164 BCB”, we’re willing to bet there’s a new model on the way. This is what we know about it.

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This is Probably What the Lamborghini Diablo Would Look Like if it Was Designed Today

This is Probably What the Lamborghini Diablo Would Look Like if it Was Designed Today

But then again, would it be a good idea to modernize the Diablo?

Design has always been a big deal at Lamborghini and the brand’s DNA is best reflected in the audacious styling cues flaunted by its supercars. We’re not including the Urus here, although for a performance SUV, it certainly looks spicier than anything that’s out there at the moment.

That said, do we really need a Lamborghini Diablo adorned with modern design elements?

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10 Fastest Cars To 60 MPH Ranked Fastest to Slowest

10 Fastest Cars To 60 MPH Ranked Fastest to Slowest

These are the 10 quickest production cars from 0 to 60 mph!

Just like top speed, 0 to 60 mph acceleration is one of the key aspects of a performance car. As a result, automakers have been competing to improve and even set records for these figures for decades now. While most supercars were’t capable of hitting 60 mph in less than three seconds 20 years ago, newer examples will do it effortlessly.

And new technology also enabled some sedans and SUVs to hit that magical benchmark in less that three clicks. Compiling a list of the 10 quickest cars to 60 mph is a bit tricky since many of these cars come with claimed manufacturer times that have yet to be tested, but no matter how we twist it, the world’s 10 fastest cars reach the benchmark in 2.6 seconds or less. Here’s our own ranking from quickest to slowest.

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Are These "Leaked" Images of the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Legit?

Are These "Leaked" Images of the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Legit?

It looks like the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series "debuted" earlier than it should have

Updated: Following these image leaks, which were most likely planned,Mercedes has released a show-all video for the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series.

A Black Series version of the Mercedes-AMG GT has been in the rumor mill for more than two years now. Camouflaged versions were spotted on public roads and on the Nurburgring track and new reports say that the sports car could debut in July 2020. But the wait is partly over, as the AMG GT R Black Series is here for us to see in a bunch of leaked photos.

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The Lotus Evija is So Fast That It Puts the Ferrari SF90 and Bugatti Chiron to Shame

The Lotus Evija is So Fast That It Puts the Ferrari SF90 and Bugatti Chiron to Shame

British all-electric hypercar could change the performance car segment as we know it

The Lotus Evija is a monster all-electric hypercar that Lotus is developing to turn the performance car industry on its head. With potential rivals like the Rimac C_Two, Tesla Roadster, and Pininfarina Battista all in varying stages of development, Lotus is moving along with its development of the Evija, determined to set the bar in a segment that technically doesn’t exist yet.

As the development of the Evija continues, the folks over at Top Gear got to slip behind the curtain and get precious information regarding the Evija’s ungodly performance capabilities. Expectations are already running high, but this early in the hypercar’s development, it looks like the Evija will have the performance chops to not only live up to the hype but far exceed it, too.

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2020 Lamborghini Sián Roadster

2020 Lamborghini Sián Roadster

The infinite-headroom Sian is here and it’s already sold out

Lamborghini will assemble just 19 Sian Roadsters. They’re all sold at the time of writing, by the way, so all that’s left for us to do is drool at the photo gallery while squeezing in one or two details about the Roadster’s character. Here’s the essential info on Lamborghini’s new V-12, yet-unpriced marvel.

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The Science Behind the Legendary McLaren F1 Will Blow Your Mind

The Science Behind the Legendary McLaren F1 Will Blow Your Mind

Here’s why the McLaren F1 is such an amazing supercar

Although it’s barely 30 years old, the McLaren F1 is already an authentic classic. This status comes from the fact that it was a groundbreaking design in the early 1990s, bringing Formula One and state-of-the-art technology to the road. The McLaren F1 was a hypercar before hypercars were a thing and held the record for the fastest production car for no fewer than 12 years. It introduced a unique three-seat design, it was the first car with a carbon-fiber monocoque, and it was powered by a BMW-made V-12 engine that’s still the most powerful naturally aspirated mill out there.

Oh, did I mention that it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans with small upgrades made to the road-going car? The folks over at Donut Media just released a video in which they discuss all the great tech behind the McLaren F1. And it’s as interesting as they get.

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