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Evolution of the BMW M3
When it comes to performance cars, little carry the same iconic legacy the BMW M3 does. A high performance version of the standard 3-Series, the M3 is a product of BMW’s in-house motorsport division, M GmbH. Although the BMW M3 received some major changes throughout its lifetime, it never lost its status as the benchmark performance sedan/coupe. Here is how the M3 evolved over the years, ...
2018 Kia Stinger GT Review: Performance To Back Up The Looks
Stepping Up To The Stinger
If you told me Kia would make a car capable of competing with the German and Japanese offerings a decade ago, I would have laughed. Although Korean cars were never truly bad, they were never good either. Simply put, manufacturers like Hyundai and Kia designed and built simple and affordable economy cars for the masses. They were inexpensive for a reason. The build ...
Does the Camaro ZL1 1LE Live up to the Hype?
When I think of the late ‘90s, it seems like just six or seven years ago. In reality, we’re looking at two decades. While Pokémon has unfortunately held its value, and Will Smith’s music career sounds like the cheerful stuff we need right now, the automotive landscape has been turned entirely upside-down since then. Nowhere is this more apparent than the new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE.
It’s “Bring Your SUV To Track” Day: 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
Nurburgring lap time, the current automotive performance scale, are mostly attempted by hot-hatches, coupes and sometime beefed-up sedans. You don't expect an SUV to be able to tackle corners and accelerate enough to justify tracking it. Enter the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. It’s got “track” in its name, so you know it means business. We love the Grand Cherokee SRT with its good ...
Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio – Rebirth of Italian Legend
It all starts with the FCA pouring a truckload of money into a project. Everybody was hoping against all odds that, this time, everything will work out the way it should and the streak of bad luck will end within Alfa Romeo.
The end result is the 505bhp Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio. The Quadrifoglio is the top-tier of the brand new 4-door Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan. It is thrown out there into ...
The 10 Most Exciting Cars Arriving in 2018
Looking in retrospective, 2017 turned out to be a great year for automotive fans. In the short span of 365 days we got to see some truly incredible machinery in the form of McLaren’s Senna, Ferrari’s 812 SuperFast, Lamborghini’s Huracan Performante, and let’s not forget the all-American Ford GT. Although topping that list seems almost impossible, 2018 promises to be even more exhilarating. ...
Dodge Demon Review – Drag Times from Hell
If there has ever been a car hyped to the absolute limit, it’s definitely the Demon. After all, Dodge took the already insane Challenger Hellcat and pumped in even more power. The end result: a quarter mile time that makes National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) go bonkers. Dodge even likes to brag about how the Demon is so good it’s banned.
Debunking the myth
2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is ...
Premium Vs Regular Gas – Which is best for your car?
Have you ever borrowed a friend’s car only to find out there’s no gas in it, and it only runs on premium? Many turbocharged cars and some naturally aspirated performance cars require only the good stuff, but what about using premium in your car even if the manufacturer doesn’t require it — are there any gains to be had? Could the better fuel result in increased mpg?
The answer is ...
The Grooviest Cars of the 1970s
List of Groovy, Righteous & Far Out Cars that defined the 1970s.
The 1970s seemed like a bad time for the automotive landscape, what with rising fuel and insurance costs, plummeting engine power, and some seriously questionable styling. Still, the ‘70s laid the groundwork for what would happen in the coming years. The first Cannonball Run took place in 1972, and Japan invaded with ...
Great Cars That Deserve A Comeback
There’s a lot of cars that become legendary in their own time, and then fade from prominence, remembered only by their enthusiasts. Some are too great to forget, and get a second chance at production, like the Acura NSX and Ford GT. For every great car that makes a comeback, there are a dozen worthy rides that will never again see the factory. Here’s our picks for the greatest cars that ...
Most Quintessential Cars of the 1960s
The phrase “bat shit crazy” comes up a lot these days, whether talking politics, business, or celebrity scandals. It also applies to cars of a certain age. The space race seems to have driven everyone mad in the 1960s, and car designers, and the car buying public, bought up lots of weird and wonderful rides. Here are the most iconic quintessential cars of the 1960s.
Best Car Apps for Smartphones
Smart phones can offer so much more than just Facebook and Twitter. Especially while driving, you should put that tech to use, making your drive a better, more efficient, safer experience. Of course we don’t want you playing Minecraft or Pokémon GO while driving, so keep your eyes on the road, and use these car apps in the background, while you focus on driving. Here’s our list of the best ...
Worlds Most Iconic Turbo Cars
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson once humorously said about turbochargers: “exhaust gasses go into the turbocharger and spin it, witchcraft happens, and you go faster.” He’s not exactly wrong, and the mystique of the turbo is felt worldwide. From factory turbo cars, to aftermarket performance upgrades, it seems most gearheads want a turbocharged car. If you’re in the market, here’s our picks for ...
Pros & Cons of Autonomous Cars
Like it or not, autonomous cars are the future of the new car scene. Enthusiasts might cringe at the thought of “driving” these vehicles, but the sad truth is that most car buyers aren’t enthusiasts. The same reason the Toyota Camry and Nissan Rogue sell in large numbers, is the same reason driverless cars are coming to market and will sell well: most people don’t want to drive.
Like when ...
33 of the Most Underrated, Overlooked & Underappreciated Muscle Cars
Almost everyone loves a Chevelle SS, Shelby Mustang, or MOPAR equipped with a HEMI. Traditional muscle cars involved big engines stuffed into a mid-size car with good looks, and while those famous cars are great, there were quite a few other muscle cars built in that era (or after) that offered similar performance. Since these underrated muscle cars aren’t as popular, there is less demand and ...
Depreciated Dream Cars That Are Now Affordable
“Dream cars” earn their title by being way out of reach for the average car enthusiast. Sometimes it’s due to ultra-low production numbers, but usually the exclusivity comes from six or even seven-figure MSRPs. Not a lot of us are willing to drop more than the price of an average American home on a car. However, depreciation is a wonderful thing for car buyers, even if it hurts the first ...