Hyundai has been making remarkable strides catching up with the big nameplates, and their flagship Equus caps off this effort with a long wheelbase and 5.0L V8 that makes 420 hp.
Claiming to be the world’s fastest car is a perpetual game of catch-up, but this customized Maxximus G-Force Ultima GTR takes the cake with 1600hp and a 0-60 of 2.1s.
Audi’s A4 allroad quattro is a more rugged version of the A4 avant wagon, with increased ground clearance, steel plate underbody and Audi’s quattro all wheel drive system.
BMW muddies the crossover waters with its 5 Series Gran Turismo; this “Progressive Activity Sedan” features a unique tailgate and fold-flat rear seats that create 58 cubic feet of storage.
Recently debuting at the Salon Privâ€šÃ Ã¶¬© in London, the Caparo T1 is a track and road-friendly two-seater with a lightweight aerospace frame, a 575bhp engine and a 0-60 of <2.5s.
Driven by an alternate (read: imaginary) form of propulsion, Norio Fujikawa’s JetBike is like something straight out of a Last Exile and Akira mashup; we wants!
Most kids of the 80s no doubt remember The Neverending Story; Enclothe has created a fantastic homage to the movie with a cool (but creepy) Southern Oracle t-shirt.
Short for Kinetic Energy Recovery System, KERS has been heavily bandied about for Formula One’s 2009 season; the video above does a great job explaining it with sweet 3D graphics.
The 2010 Acura TSX is getting a V6, addressing a common gripe for the entry-level luxury sedan; it’ll use the same 280hp, 3.5L engine from the TL and features a stiffer suspension.
Ford revives two brands at once with the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO; it’s a sleeper outside, but gets V8 power with a 365hp 3.5L EcoBoost V6; also: AWD and a beefed-up suspension.
Whoever is marketing Dawn of War II deserves a raise: THQ takes a 1960s-era British APC, turns it into a Space Marines Rhino, and crushes a few hapless hatchbacks just for kicks.
Two promos in one at the Chicago Auto Show for GM with their Corvette Stingray concept, which will serve as Sideswipe in Transformers 2; too bad it won’t ever see production.
Scion continues its tradition of limited-production models with the tC Series 5.0; this time, it features TRD-sourced parts including 18″ alloy wheels, a rear sway bar and sport muffler.
The John Cooper Works MINI Cabriolet boosts low-end torque, good for a 0-62 time of 6.9s; also upgraded are the suspension and brakes, along with a piano-lacquer trim and aero kit.
Rafel Reston takes a trip down alternate reality lane with his Dodge Viper ’67, a wholly fictional concept that features swoopy S-curves and exhaust manifolds reminiscent of a Corvette.
Available at the Leggenda e Passione event on May 17, this 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa is expected to set a record as the most expensive vintage motor cord sold at an auction.
Most aero-kits do everything but make cars more aerodynamic, but Mugen’s Zero-Lift bodykit for the 2010 Honda Insight is a rarity: it claims to create zero lift and improve handling.
Wood is good, or at least that’s what Waldmeister Bikes wants you to believe; beyond the swoopy profile, each bicycle frame is made with PEFC-certified woods from a German forest.
This Antares Bulldozer Concept by Mike Turner has us wishing our Tonka trucks were half as cool; it features electroactive polymer wheels which can change shape and size.
It couldn’t have gone off better if it were planned: this clip from the Championship Off Road Racing event shows Rick Huseman doing a double front flip in his Fabtech Pro 4 truck.
Pagani’s Zonda R is official and it’s a beaut: lightweight carbon fiber and titanium construction along with a 739bhp engine result in a scorching 0-60 of 3s; only 5 of the 15 made are left.
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