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Win the Ultimate WWII Tank Experience

Win the Ultimate WWII Tank Experience

The American Heritage Museum is giving away a 2-day adventure where one lucky entrant and a friend will drive three authentic tanks at their Hudson, MA facility. In addition to driving the M24 Chaffee, M4A3 Sherman, and M26 Pershing, they’ll tour the collection of over 95 tanks, military vehicles, and rare artifacts.

Win a Corvette C8 + 1962 ‘Vette

Win a Corvette C8 + 1962 ‘Vette

What could be better than winning a mid-engined 2020 C8 Corvette? How about winning a C8 AND a 1962 Corvette? The folks over at Dream Giveaway are giving one lucky winner both of these amazing sports cars, while supporting veterans and children’s charities. Awesomer readers receive 50% bonus entries!

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Electric DeLorean

Electric DeLorean

The DeLorean DMC-12 is best known as the time-traveling car in the Back to the Future movies. While the real DeLorean could eventually hit 88mph, it didn’t exactly do it quickly with its 130 hp V6. Electric Future checks out a modded DMC-12 that can zoom from 0-to-60 in about 5 seconds thanks to parts from a Nissan Leaf.

Making Aston Martin Badges

Making Aston Martin Badges

You’d think that creating a badge for a car would be no big deal, but in the case of UK luxury automaker Aston Martin, every little detail matters. Car fanatic Mr JWW visited Vaughton’s, the factory where they meticulously create each badge, and got to help make a custom badge for his special-edition DBX Q SUV.

Elation Hypercars Freedom

Elation Hypercars Freedom

NoCal’s Elation Hypercars is showing off its $2 million electric sports car. The Elation Freedom is slated to produce 1414 hp via its three liquid-cooled motors – or 1903 hp for buyers who opt for a fourth drive unit. It also features a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, which should help offset the weight of its 100kWh or 120kWh battery.

MotoGP Close Call

MotoGP Close Call

During the 2020 Portuguese MotoGP race, championship rider Aron Canet had a crazy close call that could have ended up much worse. Not only did he fall off of his bike at speed, but he also slid down the track for what seemed like forever, and narrowly avoided being run over by multiple racers. This guy should play the lottery.

Carving a Ford Ranger Raptor

Carving a Ford Ranger Raptor

We may not have the Ranger Raptor here in the U.S. yet, so we’ll have to enjoy Ford’s the mid-size off-road truck from afar for now. It looks particularly great carved out of wood, as Woodworking Art shows off his impressive vehicle modeling skills yet again. We love how he incorporated the working suspension and steering.

Win a 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 and a Shelby F-150 Truck

Win a 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 and a Shelby F-150 Truck

Fill your garage with two amazing vehicles. This giveaway includes both a limited-run Ford Mustang GT500, and a Shelby F-150 pickup, both rocking supercharged V8 engines. The duo is valued at over $200,000. One lucky entrant will win both while helping to support charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get 50% bonus entries.

F-150 Max Recline Seats

F-150 Max Recline Seats

For the 2021 model year and beyond, the Ford F-150 will offer an option that allows for the front seats to lie almost completely flat. Designed like the comfy seats in a First Class airplane cabin, they let the driver and passenger catch a nap between job sites or when arriving too late to set up a campsite.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

Ferrari SF90 Spider

Following in the footsteps of the SF90 Stradale, the convertible version of Ferrari’s spectacular hybrid supercar has the same 4.0L twin-turbo V8, along with three electric motors. Combined output is rated at 986 hp, and it can zoom to 62 mph in just 2.5 sec., while 124 mph arrives in just 7.0 sec.

Win a Loaded 2020 Tesla Model X

Win a Loaded 2020 Tesla Model X

The Tesla Model X combines the space of a crossover with the power of a sports car – especially when it’s been tricked out in Performance trim with Ludicrous mode. One lucky entrant will win this car, while helping to support veterans’ and children’s charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get 50% bonus entries for a limited time.

Diesel Dyno Disaster

Diesel Dyno Disaster

Because we can never get enough explosions around here, sit back and enjoy the fiery destruction as this tricked-out diesel truck experiences a catastrophic failure on the dynamometer, the likes of which we’ve not seen before. Thankfully nobody was injured in the big kaboom.

Rezvani Hercules 6×6

Rezvani Hercules 6×6

Rezvani’s monster off-road truck has three axles, and can be spec’d out with up to a 1300 hp 7.0L supercharged V8. It measures a whopping 244″ long, 84.4″ wide, and 79″ tall, and can be equipped with a 3.0″ FOX performance suspension. It also can be outfitted with military-grade bulletproof armor protection along with night vision.

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Race Motion: Baja

Race Motion: Baja

The Martelli Brothers and Mad Media offer up a different take on off-road racing videos, contrasting the quiet and serene setting of Baja, Mexico with the high horsepower action of trophy trucks, buggies, motorcycles, ATVs and UTVs as they tear across the desert, catching air and throwing dirt everywhere.

Hydro Dipping a Whole Car

Hydro Dipping a Whole Car

(PG-13: Language) Hydro-dipping is the process of adhering a film to the surface of an object by floating it in a bath of water and adding an activation agent. We’ve seen it done to shoes, guitars, and helmets, but the guys at Russia’s Garage 54 tried to dip an entire car. Unfortunately, even the best-laid plans can go very wrong.

2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line

2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line

Hyundai’s very nice Sonata sedan gets a big performance boost. The N Line packs a 2.5-liter turbo-4 that makes 290 hp and 311 lb-ft. of torque, an 8-speed “wet” DCT, a sport-tuned suspension, and performance brakes. It also has stiffer engine and transmission mounts, and “N” sport seats with Nappa leather and suede inserts.

Win a 2020 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Denali Pickup Truck

Win a 2020 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Denali Pickup Truck

The 2020 GMC Sierra 3500 HD Denali is one badass pickup, and this tricked-out heavy-duty truck could be yours. With a Duramax diesel making 445 hp and 910 lb-ft. of torque, it’s ready to haul anything and does it in style. One lucky entrant will win this truck while helping to support charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get double entries.

2022 Volkswagen Golf R

2022 Volkswagen Golf R

VW updates its zippy hot hatch with a power bump to 315 hp and 310 lb-ft. of torque. The 8th-gen Golf R can now hit 62 mph in just 4.7 sec, and has a new torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system that can distribute power independently to either rear wheel, improving its already stellar cornering abilities.

KleinVision Flying Car

KleinVision Flying Car

Over the years, there have been many attempts to create a car that could fly, but most of them have failed to go into production. KleinVision hopes to break that streak with their AirCar, a transforming vehicle that recently took its maiden flight, going from driving mode to flying mode with ease.

Changing a Tire on a Spinning Car

Changing a Tire on a Spinning Car

Being able to change a car tire is an essential skill that everyone should learn. Stunt driver Terry Grant has figured out how to change a car tire while the car is still in motion. Back in 2010, he set a Guinness World Record for the fastest wheel change on a spinning car, a feat he managed to achieve in 3 minutes, 10 seconds.

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Bugatti Bolide

Bugatti Bolide

Bugatti set their engineers and designers loose to create the most extreme track car concept. The result is this quad-turbo W16 lightweight monster that makes 1824 hp and weighs 2733 lb. Its top speed is “well above” 310 mph. In simulations, it does 0 to 124 mph in just 4.36 sec., 0 to 186 in 7.37 sec., and hits top speed in 33.62 sec.

2021 Jaguar E-PACE

2021 Jaguar E-PACE

Jaguar’s compact SUV gets tweaks to its grille and LED headlights with slick double J-blade running lights. Inside, there’s a new 11.4″ curved glass touchscreen, a streamlined center console with a new shifter, and an optional digital rearview mirror. Available in 246 hp and 296 hp mild-hybrid variants with 2.0L turbo engines.

Rocket eBike

Rocket eBike

Electric bikes can be great, but their limited range gets in the way of longer rides. The Rocket eBike promises rides up to 100 miles thanks to a big battery pack, efficient motor, and regenerative braking. The bike folds up small so you can toss it in your back seat, has a full suspension, and hits a max speed of 28 mph.

Driven: 2021 Lexus IS 300

Driven: 2021 Lexus IS 300

It’s been a minute since we got behind the wheel of a Lexus IS, but we recently got to spend some time with the latest model of the sporty sedan, which offers numerous improvements to its chassis, suspension, and technology. The results are a car that’s more engaging to drive, while still offering plenty of comfort and luxury.

Why Canada Doesn’t Have Their Own Car Brands

Why Canada Doesn’t Have Their Own Car Brands

There are a number of great American cars manufactured in Canada. In total, our neighbors to the North produced 2.4 million cars in 2019 alone. But for some reason, Canada no longer has any of its own major car brands. Donut Media digs into this puzzling question and attempts to provide some answers.

2021 Ford Bronco + Filson Wildland Fire Rig Concept

2021 Ford Bronco + Filson Wildland Fire Rig Concept

To honor first responders who have relied on Broncos for decades, Ford and Filson created a special Bronco Badlands SUV. It’s painted in U.S. Forest Service colors, and packs a rescue skid, fire hose, water tank, and pump. Its seats are made from Filson jacket leather, while its top and cargo divider are made of fireproof ripstop nylon.

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