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Through the magic of social media, some stories have a life of their own. AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
For the second week in a row, automotive enthusiasts worldwide were glued to AutoGuide.com‘s YouTube channel for our review of the Lamborghini Huracan.
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Transformers: Age of Extinction will arrive theaters on June 27, 2014, and the latest trailer is here.
Through the magic of social media, some stories have a life of their own. We’ve compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Lamborghini, a company known for its massive wailing naturally aspirated supercars, might launch a turbocharged V8 model.
Attention dudes: if you think it takes a supercar to impress the ladies think again. That six-figure exotic you just bought might be sending a totally different message to women.
A busy weekend of motorsports saw plenty of action including a milestone for one exotic car brand, namely, its first ever North American motorsports victory.
Brain, it's What's for Dinner
Ok, so the worst just happened, like something totally NOT GOOD. Perhaps a natural disaster has devastated your country; maybe a virulent disease or food-borne illness is spreading throughout the population; conceivably even the hand of God has reached down from on high and caused an outright nuclear meltdown. Whatever the reason, things are seriously jacked.
Each day, AutoGuide strives to report up-to-date automotive news but not all stories are created equal. Some just have a life of our own, especially on social media.
Shared heavily on Facebook, Twitter and Google+, here are our most viral news stories from the past seven days.
Wandering through the Lamborghini museum can leave you with a lot of thoughts.
It’s hard not imagine blasting to 200 mph with a V12 at your back, or just getting lost in the nostalgia of the truly retro designs that seem to define their respective automotive eras.
But read each of the plaques pasted next to every car and there’s another tale being told, that of the automaker’s history, and it goes like this: Chrysler pretty much ruined Lamborghini. . . and Audi saved it.
When Ferrari made the move to drop its iconic gated stick shift the Italian automaker boasted that its transmission technology had become so impressive that shifting your own gears was, at best, antiquated and at worst, robbing the car of its performance.
With the launch of the new Huracán and retirement of its Gallardo model, rival Lamborghini has now also sold its last stick shift. Their reason: no one cares.
Superlatives are the name of the game at the McLaren display in Geneva. The company claims its alluring 650S is the fastest, most engaging, best equipped and most beautiful production supercar they’ve ever made. Is that the truth or just a bunch of bullroar? Here’s the skinny.