Category Archives: Self Drive Cars

Tommy Hilfiger to sell his 3,000-mile Ferrari Enzo

Follow Jeff [% } %] [% }); %] ]]> Once in awhile, a rare car comes up for sale and we remark on the rarity and the cost. Today is “once in awhile,” because another supercar produced in extremely limited quantities is heading to auction. It’s a Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] Enzo, and this one is the

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Upgrade your Camaro ZL1 to 740-hp Callaway-spec for $17,995

Follow Viknesh Straight out of the box the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 comes with 640 horsepower of supercharged grunt. That’s already seen the car set a sub-7:30 lap time at the Nürburgring. But in the world of muscle cars bragging rights matter, and right now the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Roush-tuned Ford Motor Company

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Support this LEGO Jeep Wrangler to make it a reality

Follow Jeff [% } %] [% }); %] ]]> LEGO car kits have been springing to life across the Internet for the last few years, and the enthusiasm with which they’re purchased is impressive. The next possible entry into that world is this finely detailed Jeep Wrangler crafted by Chiho Kim. Road & Track came across

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VW to build e-Golf at Transparent Factory

Follow Viknesh Volkswagen’s famous Transparent Factory in the German city of Dresden will soon be churning out cars again. The plant, which features glass walls and an open-plan design, was last used to build VW’s Phaeton. But after production of the flagship sedan came to an end in March, the plant served as a demonstration

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Could the Jaguar F-Type move to a mid-engine layout?

Follow Jeff Our friends at Road & Track used their time at the Los Angeles auto show wisely. Sitting down with Ian Callum led to a long chat about Jaguar’s future, and the magazine’s article makes for a rather interesting read. Buried toward the end of the story is an interesting tidbit about the possible future

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New 'Cars 3' teaser is an intense way to spend 49 seconds

[embedded content] Remember when Pixar made movies for kids? Ask anyone who’s watched the first 15 minutes of “Up!” or sat through the existential question called “Wall-E” and they’ll tell you that computer-animated movies can get real deep, man. We’ll say the same about this teaser for the upcoming “Cars 3” movie, which is due

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