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Somehow, this baby blue C7 Stingray with a wide body kit managed to win the Gran Turismo People’s Choice Award. While this isn’t the absolute worst car at this year’s SEMA Show, it’s certainly among the top 10. Chevrolet poured untold effort into restyling its ever-popular sports car to maintain the Corvette image without keeping… Continue Reading...
Hyundai has teamed up with Fox Marketing Cars to build a wildly customized Veloster. Far more than just a fancy paint job this vehicle is the most powerful “street-focused” Veloster ever. It will be showcased at the Annual SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada in just about a week and a half. Continue Reading...
Many car enthusiasts believe that Southern California is the place to be if you love cars, and HRE Wheels proved that point at its annual open house yesterday at its headquarters in Vista, CA. Continue Reading...
The SEMA Show is known for a few things: wildly modified cars, beautiful scantily clad women and… like all auto shows… someone walking into your shot. Continue Reading...
Toyota will bring two concepts to the SEMA Show next week that feel more at home on a two-track than the black top. Continue Reading...
While the more obvious main attraction of the St. Petersburg Festivals of Speed is the collection of exotic cars, ranging from Lamborghini Aventadors to McLaren MP4-12Cs, a long list of modified cars makes a show like this full of surprises. Case in point is the fully carbon fiber 1982 Porsche 911 SC (above). OK, so… Continue Reading...
Of all the special edition vehicles Mopar has on display today at the Chicago Auto Show, the Dodge Dart is probably the most attractive. It’s also the most radically different looking of the four vehicles we had a chance to see today thanks to the sweeping carbon fiber hood with an aggressive-looking hood scoop that… Continue Reading...
Milner actually missed winning the ‘televised’ shoot out thanks to a minor error which cost him just a little too much time, nevertheless, earlier in the day, the time he set proved to be the fastest out of 200 cars that competed on the climb over the course of the weekend. Continue Reading...
With yesterday’s demise of 0-60 Magazine still fresh in our minds, we have news of another magazine closing, this time out of England. It appears that legendary modified car magazine Max Power, equally famous for its souped up hatchbacks as it was for bare breasts, is closing its doors. A tweet by British outlet Motormorph… Continue Reading...
Chevrolet debuted three new compact cars, as part of its new Z-Spec factory upgrades lineup, with the new Cruze and Volt, as well as the upcoming Spark subcompact rounding out the lineup. While the concepts modifications are cosmetic in nature, the upgrades really elevate the conservative lines of the Cruze, with an orange paint job,… Continue Reading...
Every G.T.500CR comes with an official Shelby serial number and will be listed on the Shelby World Registry. Three different versions of the car will be offered. Continue Reading...
Given that it’s now spanned almost a full decade, the Fast & Furious franchise can likely be labeled as a success, at least from a commercial standpoint. Last year’s film, the fourth installment, dubbed Fast & Furious, (new model, original parts), saw a bit of a return to the original script and original cast, but… Continue Reading...