The master hoonigan returns to tear up some pavement and leave behind a thick layer of rubber and dust in his latest Gymkhana stunt video, taking on wild animals, exotic sports cars, and even a jumbo jet in and around Dubai in his tricked out Ford Fiesta RX43.
A gorgeous limited-edition carbon fiber Lambo that packs a 770hp V12 engine, and is capable of dashing from 0 to 60 in just 2.8s, with a top speed of 217mph. Its all-wheel drive configuration and rear wheel steering should help it handle brilliantly.
The Italian luxury sports car maker jumps into the SUV market with a big splash – a stunning new ride that embodies the spirit of Maserati, with the utility that today’s drivers are looking for. We have few tech specs, but it will be an AWD with an 8-speed auto.
Bentley uprated the Flying Spur V8’s 4L twin-turbo engine to produce 14hp more for a total of 521hp with torque maxing out at 502 lb-ft. The car’s suspension and Electronic Stability Control have also been improved to keep you comfortable atop all that power.
A 7″ tablet designed to bring old vehicles up to speed with modern features found in newer cars, such as hands-free calling, music streaming, voice-activated navigation, a backup camera, collision warning, vehicle diagnostics and more.
An absolutely stunning cruiser bike made primarily from wood. Its frame, pedals, and mudguards are made from birch and oak. It’s got a Shimano 3-speed shifter, Shimano rollerbrakes, and (thankfully) a saddle made from leather, not wood. (Thanks João!)
(LOUD) Tag along for a POV ride with Top Fuel drag racer Shawn Langdon as he’s launched down the 1000 foot drag strip to an eye-popping speed of 316 mph in just 3.77 seconds. We can almost smell the nitromethane fumes.
To combat this winter’s snowiest conditions, Nissan has kitted out a series of SUVs riding on 48-inch Dominator snow tracks instead of tires. The Winter Warrior Murano, Pathfinder, and Rogue can be seen at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, but not at dealerships any time soon.
Store oversized items inside your car by turning the passenger side seats into cargo racks. Replace the headrests with the mounting posts then install the cargo bars and straps. SeatRack also has an optional camera mount.
Tesla Motors’ latest ad is a real-world demonstration of the Model S’ optional Autopilot technology. When you’re on the highway you can activate cruise control, automatic steering and automatic lane changing. The car can also park on its own.
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