How do electric cars produce maximum torque instantly?

How do electric cars produce maximum torque instantly?

[embedded content] Most electric cars aren’t normally associated with performance, but they are able to achieve something gasoline-powered cars can’t: peak torque at zero rpm. It’s thrown around often, and many will More »

Pagani Zonda lives on with custom Fantasma Evo

Pagani Zonda lives on with custom Fantasma Evo

The Pagani Zonda lives to die another day. The Italian supercar was meant to leave this world forever in 2013, but four years later, Pagani has graced the world with another custom, More »

2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road trail review: archaic in all the right ways

2017 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road trail review: archaic in all the right ways

The Toyota 4Runner refuses to evolve, and that’s why we love it. It has stayed true to its rugged roots for more than three decades, outliving long-forgotten 4x4s like the Mitsubishi Montero, More »

BMW M8, Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, Mercedes-Benz S-Class: This Week’s Top Photos

BMW M8, Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, Mercedes-Benz S-Class: This Week’s Top Photos

Follow Viknesh One of the cars we drove this week is Mercedes-Benz’s updated S-Class. The current generation of the flagship sedan is at the midway point in its life cycle, and to More »

Ford GT40 teaches Dodge Hellcat a thing or two about racing

Ford GT40 teaches Dodge Hellcat a thing or two about racing

Follow Jeff [embedded content] Though a Ford GT40 replica isn’t exactly the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat’s grandfather, the stately elder and the rorty modern muscle machine recently met. If only the two More »

 

This 1,700-hp Mitsubishi Evo is the quickest in the world

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Follow Jeff [embedded content] The Mitsubishi Evo is a pretty wild machine. It is basically an excellent powertrain wrapped around a mediocre interior. You buy it because you want to go fast, and that’s why we love it. Tuners love it too because they can rework the 4G63 engine to make tremendous power. Extreme Tuners

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2019 Mercedes-Benz CLS spy shots and video

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Follow Viknesh Mercedes-Benz is out testing prototypes for its next-generation CLS, the current generation of which has been on sale since the 2012 model year. Even though the CLS is more closely related to the E-Class than the S-Class, Mercedes won’t rename the vehicle a CLE, as some have speculated. When announcing its new naming

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VLF has ample supply of Dodge Vipers for Force 1 conversions

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Follow Viknesh Despite production of the Dodge Viper coming to an end on August 31, VLF Automotive has an ample supply of the cars for converting into the Force 1 V10. The American coachbuilder first showed the Viper-based Force 1 V10 coupe at the 2016 Detroit auto show. The company followed up with the Force

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2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe and Cabrio to debut at 2017 Frankfurt auto show

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Follow Viknesh 2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet spy shots – Image via S. Baldauf/SB-Medien Enlarge Photo Mercedes-Benz’s S-Class sedan has been updated for 2018 with some visual tweaks to the exterior and cabin, plus a revised powertrain lineup. The automaker has confirmed that similar changes will be introduced to the 2-door S-Class models, also for 2018.

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“Gran Turismo Sport” launching on October 17

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[embedded content] The “Gran Turismo” franchise has a history of delays, but the next iteration of the iconic franchise has an official date: “Gran Turismo Sport” is launching on October 17. Last month, Polyphony Digital revealed more details about the game at the E3 video game expo and simply gave the title a fall release

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Hyundai's i30 N aims to compete with VW Golf GTI

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The subdued styling of Hyundai’s i30 N is a nod to Volkswagen’s Golf. NAMYANG, South Korea — Mere months from putting their first production car on sale, Hyundai’s N division and the man behind it are tipping their hand as to what enthusiasts can expect from the nascent performance subbrand. Albert Biermann — who was

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