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Once A Taxi Driver, Now A Crypto Billionaire - Here's What The Man Drives Today

Once A Taxi Driver, Now A Crypto Billionaire - Here’s What The Man Drives Today

Chris Jaszczynski has some pretty dope wheels under his arsenal, ideal for the sun-kissed skies of Dubai

MoVlogs, a.k.a Mohamed Beiraghdary, the popular YouTuber from Dubai, recently met up with Crypto mogul, Chris Jaszczynski. Now, Mo not only got to check out Chris’ cars but also got to see his fancy house, a part of his NFT collection, and the office from where he runs his Crypto empire.

The duplex apartment of course is located right in the heart of downtown Dubai sitting next to the Sheikh Zayed Road and the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. This home is good enough to be featured on MTV Cribs. No kidding.

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2022 Brabus 900

2022 Brabus 900

900 horsepower for the Maybach GLS sounds even better!

Last year, Brabus unveiled the Brabus 800 package for the Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC. It took the SUV’s V-8 engine up to a total of 800 horsepower, which was about 250 horsepower over the standard numbers. Today, however, the tuner decided that the GLS 600’s output can be updated even further, and it came up with a new package for the luxury SUV. The new kit is called Brabus 900, and as the name suggests, it delivers a total of 900 horsepower.

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We Finally Get A Glimpse Of The 2023 Hyundai Kona's Interior

We Finally Get A Glimpse Of The 2023 Hyundai Kona’s Interior

The 2023 Kona’s cabin seems to be inspired by the Ioniq 5

Hyundai unveiled the new-generation Kona back in 2017, and it remained pretty much unchanged ever since. A new generation has been spotted out in the wild for quite some time now: for example, back in February, it was seen testing in Sweden. Today, the car was caught testing out in the wild once again, but this time, we also get a good look of the interior.

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2022 Infiniti QX80

2022 Infiniti QX80

This old-school seven-seater might quench your thirst for Japanese luxury engineering

Being a full-size SUV underpinning the Armada’s bones, the QX80 is a full-fledged luxury offering from Infiniti. It features a powerful V-8, fully independent suspension, a plush interior, and even loads of convenience features to make up for its dated architecture. We reviewed the Lexus GX earlier, and it confirmed that the body-on-frame chassis-based SUVs aren’t that bad. Same with the QX80, which is heavily based on Nissan’s Armada, while being about $20,000 more expensive. Surely there are a lot of differences, but Infiniti is trying to squeeze out a little more every year before a comprehensive revamp. But, unlike the GX, the QX80 is not known best for reliability. It is not as bad as a Mercedes-Benz would be, but it has faced recalls in its previous iterations. So, who do you think will buy the QX80? Well, people who don’t have problems with higher fuel expenses, love the raw sound of a V-8, love to travel around with family, and want good luxury treatment. But, if you pay $71,000, you want all of these factors covered, including a modern cabin design and a better handling chassis, right? The Jeep Wagoneer, the Cadillac Escalade, and the Genesis GV80 are all modern seven/eight seaters with ample tech and a modern-looking cabin. So, what should you do? Before making any judgments, read our full review.

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The 2023 BMW X7 Is The Lady Gaga Of The Automotive World

The 2023 BMW X7 Is The Lady Gaga Of The Automotive World

If you thought BMW’s design philosophy couldn’t get any more bolder, the 2023 X7 will prove you wrong

At this year’s New York Auto Show, BMW introduced its most anticipated luxury SUV - the X7 - which received a mid-cycle makeover. The 2023 model year comes with all the necessary changes to make it look modern for at least the next five years. Available in three models: the xDrive40i, the M60i, and the upcoming Alpina XB7, the entire X7 range is now powered by a mild-hybrid powertrain. The exterior design is not being taken seriously in the automotive world, but whether like it or not, it is the most aggressive-looking X7 to date. All the models now feature adaptive air suspension and an all-wheel-drive system. The interior is refreshed completely. You now get a new dashboard design with two curved screens which are reminiscent of the all-electric iX. As a whole package, the 2023 BMW X7 looks promising. It will compete with the Jeep Wagoneer and the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class.

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The 2023 MINI Countryman Cooper S Prototype Is An Attention-Seeker; Spied Testing Again

The 2023 MINI Countryman Cooper S Prototype Is An Attention-Seeker; Spied Testing Again

The testing moves closer to BMW’s technical center

Mini continues to test the next-generation Countryman, and this time, our spy photographers caught a new prototype testing in Munich, Germany near BMW’s technical center.

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The 2024 Range Rover Sport SVR With The Rumored BMW-Sourced V-8 Spotted Testing In Dubai

The 2024 Range Rover Sport SVR With The Rumored BMW-Sourced V-8 Spotted Testing In Dubai

It will get the same engine as the BMW X5 M Competition

We are less than a month away from the official debut of the new Range Rover Sport, and while the engineers are busy preparing for the launch, a prototype of the next Range Rover Sport SVR was caught testing in Dubai!

The new prototype has dropped some more camouflage, especially up front, but we also get a better look at the squared-off quad exhaust pipes.

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Should Tesla Spin-Off 'PLAID' As Their Very Own High-Performance Sub-Brand?

Should Tesla Spin-Off ’PLAID’ As Their Very Own High-Performance Sub-Brand?

Mercedes has AMG, BMW has the M Division, Audi has RS and Cadillac has V. But what about Tesla?

Right from the onset, Tesla’s have always been pretty quick cars. The first-gen Roadster seems like a spec from the distant past, but it was nice to see Musk, drive up on stage in one, at the recently held ’Giga Rodeo’. Fast forward to today and the current crop of Tesla’s has turned things up to a eleven, especially when you consider cars like the Model S Plaid and the recently unveiled Model X Plaid.

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Tonka Toys Go To War On The Dirt: The Wrangler 392 Takes On The G-63 AMG And The Defender 90 V-8

Tonka Toys Go To War On The Dirt: The Wrangler 392 Takes On The G-63 AMG And The Defender 90 V-8

Which one of these V-8 powered SUVs will come out on top?

Not that they were ever built for speed (or were they now?), Motor1 decided to pit three high-performance V-8-powered rigs against each other on a dry lake bed, out in the deserts of California. The purpose of this battle was to determine the fastest of the trio on the dirt.

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Worthy Alternatives To The 2023 Subaru Outback

Worthy Alternatives To The 2023 Subaru Outback

The 2023 Subaru Outback makes a strong case for high-riding station wagons, over SUVs, but you might want to consider these vehicles too

The 2023 Subaru Outback is here and it seems to be the closest to being an SUV without actually being out. For as long as we can remember, the Outback has, essentially, been a raised Subaru Legacy station wagon (estate). While the Outback has always made a solid case for high-riding station wagons, the 2023 model is taking it to the next level. That said, considering the price-range of the Outback, there are other worthy alternatives, you might want to consider, and here they are.

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Lamborghini Prepares A Hotter Urus Performante Version

Lamborghini Prepares A Hotter Urus Performante Version

Lamborghini will offer a new version of the Urus to take on the Purosangue

In 2022, Lamborghini will unveil two new versions of the Urus - as the company has already confirmed in a previous statement. One of the two versions will be the facelift version of the Urus - called EVO - which has been spied many times before. The second version is still a mystery - or it was until today.

Our spy photographers caught a new version of the Urus out for some testing sessions. It will either be called Performante or Tecnica and it should be unveiled before the end of 2022.

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The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Debuts With A 373-Mile Range, A 56-inch Hyperscreen, And 500+ Horsepower AWD Version!

The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV Debuts With A 373-Mile Range, A 56-inch Hyperscreen, And 500+ Horsepower AWD Version!

Mercedes-Benz might have ticked all the boxes with the SUV version of the EQS sedan

Mercedes-Benz has taken to electrification like no other automaker. Audi come a close second, but Mercedes is operating on a whole different level. The German marque has made sure it has offerings in every mass-market segment in the shortest time possible. Sometime last year, the automaker revealed five new vehicles in one auto show – the EQE sedan, the EQB crossover, the EQG Concept, the Maybach EQS SUV, and the AMG EQS.. Then Mercedes followed it up with the Vision EQXX Concept

Without taking a break whatsoever, the automaker has now come up with the EQS SUV (the non-Maybach version). As the name suggests, it is the SUV version of the EQS sedan. It shares the same wheelbase, but is more spacious and comes with better cargo capacity. It will be offered in two trims – 450+ and 580 4MATIC – the latter being a 536-horsepower, all-wheel-drive version. With a range of up to 373 miles and a 56-inch Hyperscreen on offer, the Mercedes EQS might be an electric SUV that you can’t ignore!

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