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Watch this Insane Audi RS6 Hit 204 MPH From a Dig: Video

Watch this Insane Audi RS6 Hit 204 MPH From a Dig: Video

Tuned and ready to deliver!

The Audi RS6 Avant is a 605-horsepower machine of epic proportions. Unfortunately, the RS6 Avant isn’t available in the U.S. That leaves us in a bit of an emotional pickle when we see videos like this. For the record, the Audi RS6 in this video isn’t your standard RS6. It’s been tuned to produce a staggering 1,012 horsepower, and as you might expect, it showed out in ways that only a 1,012 horsepower Audi RS6 can.

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Max Verstappen Road Trips His F1 Ride from the Rockies to Miami: Video

Max Verstappen Road Trips His F1 Ride from the Rockies to Miami: Video

This is waaay better than hypermiling

No matter which flavor of automotive awesomeness you prefer, you absolutely must do a cross-country road trip at least once in your life. Seeing this great country unfold around the double-yellow line is an unforgettable experience, pretty much guaranteeing you’ll find some adventure along the way. Unsurprisingly, adventure is exactly what Max Verstappen finds in this five-minute video chronicling his trip from the Rocky Mountains to Miami.

The video begins on the winding switchbacks of the West, with the Torro Rosso slithering its way through paved (and unpaved) two-lanes as he heads East.

Up next, Verstappen shreds some sand on the beaches of Miami before heading down Ocean Drive for a little peacocking. Then it’s to the docks, where the F1 machine gets into a little race with a speedboat.

So yeah, the video can be a little cheesy at times, but seeing this finely tuned F1 car completely out of its element is reason enough to press play.

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Watch This Amazing Review of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: Video

Watch This Amazing Review of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: Video

It is as dramatic as the Demon itself

The guys at SavageGeese finally got around to reviewing a machine that’s hell-bent on creating havoc, the Dodge Challenger Demon. It’s all for a good cause since the car itself was supplied by Tri Industries.

Packed with a fun yet metaphorical intro, this Dodge Challenger Demon review from SavageGees Production was made with help from Tri Industries who offered the car for the video to raise money for their cause, employing veterans and other people of disabilities.

You can help by donating to the cause and, if you do, there’s something in it for you because Tri Industries makes it possible for you to win the Demon you’ll see in the video if you go and donate on www.winadodgedemon.com.

Read more to understand why the Demon is such a coveted car.

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Watch a Bugatti Veyron Hit 250 MPH on the Autobahn: Video

Watch a Bugatti Veyron Hit 250 MPH on the Autobahn: Video

Maxing a Bugatti Veyron on Volkswagen’s special test track is one thing, but doing so on a public road is another. Thankfully it is perfectly legal to try it on unrestricted parts of the German autobahn, which is what this Veyron owner from the Czech Republic did.

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Tesla Model S Driver Rams Into A Nissan SUV Despite Autopilot's Warning

Tesla Model S Driver Rams Into A Nissan SUV Despite Autopilot’s Warning

To quote Dr. Sheldon Cooper, “I cry because other people are stupid”

This is the latest Autopilot crash; but it wasn’t the system’s fault. A couple, who was too busy engrossed in something else other than focusing on the road, rear-ended a Nissan SUV despite the system warning and chiming its brains out. How can one trust a machine blindly?

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Drag Race Battle - Ferrari 812 Superfast Versus Tesla Model X P100D

Drag Race Battle - Ferrari 812 Superfast Versus Tesla Model X P100D

Old school takes on the new school!

On paper, an SUV should have no business competing against a supercar in a drag race. But the cars in question, a Ferrari 812 Superfast and a Tesla Model X P100D, aren’t exactly too far apart in the performance category. One produces 588 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque, while the other has 790 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque on tap. Line them side-by-side on a drag strip and the question of who wins isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds. In the end, such a race took place at the Drag Times home track of Palm Beach International Raceway. As for which car won? Watch the video and find out.

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The Hoonigans Go Deep With Cleetus McFarland's Insane 'Vette Kart: Video

The Hoonigans Go Deep With Cleetus McFarland’s Insane ’Vette Kart: Video

No body, no problem!

How about stripping a Chevrolet Corvette down, strapping in a 7.0-liter LS, and going after some world records for manual Corvettes? Sounds like an insane project to you? It sure didn’t sound too daunting to Cleetus McFarland, the creator of "Leroy The Savage."

"Leroy The Savage" is, at its core, a Chevrolet Corvette C5 that was stripped of its bodywork and was able to run the quarter mile in 11 seconds with no other modifications. Then came an LSA supercharger and other mods that brought the time down to 9 seconds. McFarland then smelled blood and reckoned his creation could go after some records on the dragstrip and one thing led to another.

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Holden's Bathurst Time Attack Concept Car is a 1-Megawatt Beast!

Holden’s Bathurst Time Attack Concept Car is a 1-Megawatt Beast!

Will we ever see it race the tracks? Perhaps not...

This new concept car is more than just a development for Holden. This year, Holden marks the 50th anniversary of its first victory at the Bathurst, and also its 70 years since it produced its first car. Dubbed the Time Attack Concept Racer, this car has 1,341 horses to power it. However, Holden has no plans to build it! Funny, right?

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Tesla Updates Autopilot with "Mad Max" Mode for Assertive Overtaking

Tesla Updates Autopilot with "Mad Max" Mode for Assertive Overtaking

Let the autopilot do it for you, like a road warrior!

Tesla keeps on improving its Autopilot system and the new version is now able to overtake other cars in traffic with the "Navigate with Autopilot" function. It features a "Mad Max" mode for more assured passes.

Tesla cars have been driving themselves around and about for quite a while now, but passing hasn’t been anywhere near second nature for the American EVs. To initiate an overtake when navigating with the Autopilot system turned on, you had to toggle the turn signals yourself. Now, with version 9 of the system being available, this is no longer the case.

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Next-Gen 2020 Porsche 911 GT3 992 Caught Testing Hard at Monza!

Next-Gen 2020 Porsche 911 GT3 992 Caught Testing Hard at Monza!

It could be the best service for fans ever

The new Porsche 911 992 is one of the most expected vehicles to appear this decade. We all know it is coming, we all know Porsche is testing it all over the world, but we did not know that Porsche was hard-testing the 2020 Porsche 911 992 GT3 version at the Monza. But it did and the driver didn’t hold back if we can judge by the video we have here.

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The Hyundai Santa Fe Cabrio Is Real, But Not for Production

The Hyundai Santa Fe Cabrio Is Real, But Not for Production

One-off engineering prototype

Hyundai is not yet sure it wants to make a full production version of the Santa Fe Cabriolet (and it probably won’t), but if it did, it’d be the world’s first seven-seater convertible... that’s also an SUV.

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New Hyperloop Pod Unveiled, Could Go Into Service Next Year

New Hyperloop Pod Unveiled, Could Go Into Service Next Year

Is this the next high-tech mode of travel?

Meet the world’s first full-scale hyperloop capsule, called Quintero One (quintero in Spanish means “fifth”), a 32-meter/105-foot plane without wings or windows, for lack of a better comparison. It’s expected to be “optimized and ready for passengers” in 2019, and its makers are touting it as possibly the safest form of transportation in the world.

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Take a Look Back at VW's Record-Breaking Run Up Pikes Peak: Video

Take a Look Back at VW’s Record-Breaking Run Up Pikes Peak: Video

This is still epic to look at

This summer, Volkswagen conquered the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race with their fantastic I.D. R prototype, which was driven by Romain Dumas up the mountain in a record time of 7:57.148, 16 seconds under Sebastien Loeb’s 5-year-old record.

Motorsport is still a relevant marketing tool and battle-scarred Volkswagen decided the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the perfect place to showcase its electric technology. The race, which has been going since 1916, sees competitors climb up the 12.42-mile-long course all the way to 14,000 feet. Nowadays, there’s no more dirt at Pikes Peak, but that doesn’t make the challenge itself any less daunting.

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