Articles by Antonie George

Antonie George

Antonie George is fast in making a 3D sketch but won’t back down from getting dirty. Currently a senior automotive engineering student, he is also part of the Formula Student team, developing a performance brake system for the car. When he’s not at the garage, Antonie spends time freelancing or reading juicy comments on automotive blogs while listening to old music.

Feelings sometimes get hurt when he’s expressing thoughts with utmost regard for truth. However, readers appreciate the perk and won’t mind a dose of properly launched sarcasm.

Dream Cars: His future 2-door garage promises to shelter a beefed up '67 Dodge Charger R/T for the track and a Colin McRae-spec Subaru WRX STI for dirt. Late nights catch him dreaming of a silver Koenigsegg Regera ripping on the Nurburgring.

The Marvelous 2019 Mercedes-AMG G63

Just one month after unveiling the 2019 G-Class, Mercedes dropped the first AMG iteration of the model during the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. However, if at the time the G 63 AMG was just sitting there to be admired, now it was time to actually see what the timeless design off roader is actually capable of. It’s been 40 years since Mercedes released the first G-Class. Back in 1979, the ...
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Electric Cars are Shattering 0-60 records – Here’s Why

Four wheels touching the ground, one to change direction, a power unit and a chassis to keep it all together. That’s how you’d describe the earliest car in history. However, as the first cars were finding their way to the public, the race for the fastest and the most powerful vehicle was already underway. As time has passed and cars have become faster, combustion powered cars have ...
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Tesla Model X Review – An Electrifying Experience

What do you get from mixing falcon-wing doors, giant panoramic screen, unexpected amounts of power and a crazy amount of party tricks and Easter eggs? The Tesla Model X – an all-electric SUV that aims to fulfill your transportation (and enjoyment) needs while making the world a more habitable, less-polluted place.  So, how well does it perform? Let’s have a detailed look at what the Tesla ...
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2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 – America’s Supercar Slayer

Being in full control of a very powerful car is just like eating whatever you please and never getting fat – it doesn’t really happen. You know a car has a lot to offer when upon pressing the throttle, it makes you question your ability to manage the output. .  The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 encapsulates an amazing amount of power. The previous generation of the ZR1 ‘Vette packed a punch, ...
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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, ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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