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You’ve Heard People Call The Dodge Challenger A Boat, But This Corvette Actually Is One

Many of us are familiar with the expression “boat” when it comes to cars, but for those who don’t already know, it typically refers to a car that is large, heavy, and cumbersome to drive. However, in the case of this “Corvette”, it takes on a whole new meaning. Built by JetCarTurkiye, this boat bears a very close resemblance to a C7 Corvette. It...

Honda ‘HR-X Delsol’ Design Proposal Is An Otherworldly Personal Electric Pick-up

As electrification is bound to become increasingly common throughout the automotive industry, the shape and design of new vehicles will begin to change. Just take a look at the new Ioniq 5, for example. On first impressions, it looks like a compact hatchback but it actually has a longer wheelbase than Hyundai’s flagship Palisade SUV. By also using...

Driven: 2020 VW T-Roc 140TSI Sport Is More Than A Golf On Stilts

In an age where demand for crossovers and SUVs continues to rise, the Golf-based Volkswagen T-Roc proves that there is something to this trend. Launched in Australia last year following a series of delays, the T-Roc was initially only sold in flagship 140TSI guise. While that variant has since been joined by the 110TSI, it was the 140TSI Sport that...

Why Do Movie Studios Destroy So Many Valuable Cars? Easy: They Don’t

I don’t think I’m the only one who winces when he sees a collectible car destroyed in the movies. But fortunately, in most cases, the destruction is as fake as almost everything else happening onscreen. At this point, the knowledge that movie shoots have multiple cars for multiple uses is not at all new. But the intricacies of how car stunts work...

This Venturi Atlantique Is The French Ferrari You’ve Never Heard Of

France is a country better known for its hot hatches than its sports cars. It did give us Alpine, though, and Bugatti, right at the far end of the scale. And for a while in the 1990s, there was this: the Venturi Atlantique. The Venturi name might be familiar if you follow the Formula E electric racing series, or have a card-counter’s memory for early...

This Mule Could Hide The LaFerrari Replacement, But Will It Have A V12?

At some point, Ferrari will launch a replacement to the LaFerrari, and a prototype has been nabbed testing in our newly-obtained spy photos. Ignore the bodywork that bears a resemblance to the car it’s superseding; what we’re seeing here is, in all likelihood, a development mule for the range-topping Ferrari hypercar. Maranello would rather not give...

Professor Of Design Analyzes Nissan’s New Logo And How It Has Evolved Over Time

Nissan recently unveiled a new simplified logo and the brand is pretty excited about it. So much, in fact, that it asked Professor David Bihanic, a Designer and Lecturer at the University of Sorbonne in Paris, to analyze its new logo. Professor Bihanic appears to be impressed because he says that the lifecycle of any logo is one of necessary simplification....

Spot The Difference: Mercedes-AMG GT 4 Door Facelift Spied

While much has been said of the new forthcoming Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door 73e, there hasn’t been all that much attention shown to the model-wide midcycle refresh we expect to see for the 2022 model year. The Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe is a bit of an oddity in the line-up. Visually similar in many ways to the CLS, but with a price tag and performance...

800 HP, Carbon Fiber-Bodied Lamborghini Urus “Green Urnet” Cost $350,000

Matte colors are out. Pearlescent colors are out. The new hotness is colored carbon fiber – like, say, the one on influencer’s Harrison Woodruff Lamborghini Urus. Woodruff’s Urus was modified by 1016 Industries to feature custom brand-new storm gray and green carbon fiber bodywork inspired by The Green Hornet and the super SUV is now affectionately...

1969 Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF Competizione Is The Only One Of Its Kind

A one-off 1969 Lancia Fulvia 1600 HF Competizione is currently up for sale through RM Sotheby’s in the UK. The Fulvia 1600 HF Competizione has a very interesting history. The car was the brainchild of none other than Alejandro De Tomaso who believed he could tempt Ford into purchasing the Lancia brand. It was De Tomaso’s belief that if the Blue Oval...

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