Despite its tremendous torque, it’s not exactly easy to make a Tesla Model S go sideways, Japanese pro drifter Nobuteru Taniguchi proves that it’s at least sort of possible as he burns rubber in the electric executive sedan.
McLaren rounds out the “low end” of its line. With a tweaked version of their carbon fiber chassis, its designed to offer greater everyday comfort, while still packing an impressive 540hp twin turbo V8, and a 0-to-62 time of 3.5 secs.
A trio of drivers meet along a road and decide to play a little “ring around the rosie” with their tuners. We’re duly impressed that none of the three cars made contact, but then again, we only got to see 15 seconds of the festivities.
Based on the Ford SVT Raptor, the Shelby Baja 700 adds a Whipple supercharger to the 6.2L V8 engine, upping its output to over 700hp. It also has an upgraded suspension, 3″ King rear shocks, custom 18×9 wheels and the sweet Cobra stripes.
The tech-packed big daddy of the Cadillac line takes aim at the BMW 7-series, but weighs less than the 5-series. Under the hood is a 3.0L twin-turbo V6 that produces 400hp and 400 lb-ft. of torque, a 2.0L turbo 4 or a 3.6L V6.
The latest version of the Michigan-made supercar has a twin-turbo Corvette LS7 V8 that produces up to 1100hp. The F7 weighs just 2850lb. thanks to its carbon fiber and Kevlar body and aluminum, carbon fiber and Kevlar chassis.
A roving coffee shop bus service in San Francisco, California. You can get tickets via an iOS or Android device and pay via Bluetooth. Leap buses have Wi-Fi, USB charging ports and of course overpriced food and drinks.
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