What do you do if you are 22 and have access to a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat? … 198 mph that’s what you do! That brings a whole new meaning to the word ‘reckless’. It recently happened in North Carolina. 22-year-old William Jefferson the owner of a 707 hp Hellcat tested the cars performance […]
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Ford has now made an amazing 10 million Mustangs! To celebrate they just revealed the 10 millionth example of the iconic sports car. The celebration, held outside the Flat Rock Assembly Plant where the car is currently manufactured, featured 60 Mustangs from various eras, neatly arranged to display ‘10,000,000’ when viewed from above. As for […]
With a 475bhp 5.0-litre V8, the new Ford Mustang Bullitt isn’t exactly lacking power. Thanks to the Shelby GT350 inlet manifold and bigger throttle bodies, it’s more than powerful enough for most. But not all… And if you crave more power, Mustang Tuner Steeda has created their own ‘Steve McQueen Edition Bullitt Mustang’. A Whipple […]
The Ford Mustang was a revelation when it was first launched, capturing a new spirit of freedom, and 54 years later it’s every bit as important The Mustang has not only stood the test of time it’s improving with age. Keeping the same iconic name for 54 years has meant sales have naturally stacked up, […]
If not for an outcry from loyal enthusiasts, the front-wheel-drive coupe we know today as the Ford Probe could have become the fourth-generation Mustang
When Ford put the Mustang on the market in 1965, it took the auto industry by storm. Until then, the notion of a sports car for ordinary people seemed like nothing more than a pipe dream for most Americans. Not surprisingly, it didn’t take long for petrolheads to fall in love with the Mustang, an affair which shows no signs of ending any time soon.
The Mustang story is not without its share of problems. The oil crisis of the early 1970s served to suffocate the V8 horsepower of American cars, including the Mustang. The resulting second-generation Mustang II was a shell of its predecessor, and is often regarded as one of the worst cars that Ford ever made. Things would get better with the introduction of the third-generation Fox Mustang, but sales continued to slump.
Watch this Cadillac Sixteen concept car starting up and driving away. This one off car has a legitimate V16 engine (not two V8s bolted together), producing 1,000 horsepower and 1,000 lbs ft. of torque without the use of forced induction. With most engines getting smaller and adding turbo chargers, this normally aspirated 16 cylinder engine is a revelation! You […]
At the time of this unfortunate accident, this now ruined 458 Italia had been loaned to a 26-year-old driver by Colorado supercar tour company Oxotic. It looks like the driver steamed into the bend a little too quickly, then tried to make the corner while braking, with predictable results. The rental company, which uploaded the […]
► Porsche unveils new 911 RSR race car in Los Angeles ► Eschews rear-engined configuration for mid-engined set-up ► Naturally aspirated flat-six develops 503bhp – with restrictors! A new Porsche 911 RSR racer is always a big deal, but the latest RSR is a bigger deal than most – sacrilegiously, it’s mid-engined. To allow for […]
Watch the Corvette Gand Sport Take On the 911 Carrera S… may the best car win! The Corvette Grand Sport essentially combines the Stingray’s naturally aspirated 460-hp V-8 with the Corvette Z06’s handling bits, including the fancy magnetorheological shocks. Meanwhile, the big news with the 911 Carrera S is its new turbocharged six-cylinder. Is the […]
Rumor Has It The New Nissan GT-R Is Coming in 2018 The current Nissan GT-R is still a monster. With a 545-hp twin-turbo , tenacious all-wheel-drive, and a zero-to-60 time that can dip below three seconds, it earned the “Godzilla” nickname long ago. But it has been on sale in the U.S. since 2008, and […]
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