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No Ferrari has made more headlines than the 1962 250 GTO, which US businessman Craig McCaw bought in 2011 for a staggering $35,000,000. The car in question was one of only 39 ever made, built for British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss, with Moss’s period livery to match. Continue reading “$35,000,000 Ferrari”
The future is coming and it’s called “Vanquish S”. The dinosaurs didn’t know that extinction was coming. They carried on romping and stomping as the sky turned to fire and that meteor took out much of Mexico. Continue reading “The Future never looked more exciting: 2018 Aston Martin Vanquish S”
Lexus’ LFA supercar is, or was, the most exclusive vehicle ever built by the world’s largest automobile manufacturer – only 500 of the exotic carbon fiber 200 mph V10s will be sold at US$375,000 apiece. Now the racetrack-focused “LFA Nürburgring Package” is set to be revealed. Continue reading “Most expensive Japanese car ever”
Even in a world with no shortage of ridiculousness, the Mercedes-AMG G65, a three-ton military vehicle crammed to overflowing with a 621-hp V-12 and quilted leather, stands tall as an exemplar of absurdity. Continue reading “Mercedes-AMG G65, what do you think about this SUV?”
The standard 2018 Kia Stinger is powered by a 2.0-liter, 255-horsepower, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while the performance spec GT version gets a 365-horsepower, twin-turbo V6. Both engines are mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, putting power to the pavement through either the rear wheels or all four wheels.
All-wheel-drive Stingers get Kia’s Dynamic Torque Vectoring system, while the rear-drive cars get a limited-slip differential. Stopping power comes courtesy of a set of vented Brembo brakes.
According to Kia, the V6 Stinger should be able to hit 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 167 mph. Continue reading “The Beast from KIA !”
A diminutive all-wheel-drive, two-door coupe that seats four and offers no manual transmission? Sigh. That’s what the Audi TT Coupe has come to. Have we lost that loving feeling? Not quite, but our heart might not spark as brightly. Nevertheless, although the evolution of its design has been Continue reading “NEW Audi TT Coupe 2017”