We have to admit that many car manufacturers are turning their heads away from gasoline guzzling performance cars with the intentions to go green, but we still love these marvels of engineering and wanted to show you the most extraordinary representatives of this class that crush roads and tracks in the US with their might.… Continue reading 10 New Muscle Cars Better than American Classics (Record Speeds & Price Tags)
There’s nothing new about the Lamborghini badge being associated with Batman. After all, Bruce Wayne does drive multiple Raging Bulls in various installments of the franchise. Nevertheless, this connection usually involves V12 models, whether we’re talking about the said motion pictures or fan-customized machines like the Lamborghini Batventador.
Just a couple of years ago all of the top speed and acceleration competitions were mostly conducted between gasoline guzzling four-wheelers, while electric cars, maybe with the exception of Teslas, were laughed at for their lack of power and slow speeds. But it does seem the days of internal combustion domination are coming to an… Continue reading Top 10 Fastest Electric Cars in World 2018 (Including New Tesla Roadster)
And we thought the 2018 Lexus LC 500 looked pretty wild in stock form. Liberty Walk offers not just one, But two wide body kits for the cool coupe. A new LC 500 will set you back at least $92,995, in case you need a donor car. The Japanese tuner’s first body kit for the… Continue reading Liberty Walk Lexus LC 500 Redefines ‘Wide’
Do you live in the U.S. and need service work done on your McLaren F1? McLaren Philadelphia can help—owners in North America no longer have to ship their cars to the U.K. for annual maintenance.
When Saleen revealed the new Saleen one sports car at the L.A. Auto Show, only a handful of details were released. Now the company is starting to fill in the gaps with a selection of recent statistics, as well as pricing. It turns out the curvy mid-engine machine will run $100,000, which puts it right… Continue reading Saleen 1 Priced At $100,000
If Mazda goes to extend sales, it’s about to would like additional crossovers. According to company chief executive officer (CEO) Masamichi Kogai, a new crossover that will not cannibalize sales of the CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 is returning in 2021, to be engineered at the new United States. Manufactory Mazda is building in partnership with… Continue reading Mazda Plans A New Crossover For 2021