• Facelifted 2022 Mazda CX-5 Will Start At $25,900 with Standard AWD

    Just a few months after its global reveal, Mazda USA has officially released every single detail we need to know about the 2022 CX-5, including pricing, powertrain choices, and features across its entire lineup.
  • Bentley Releases New "Mulliner Blackline" Edition of the Continental GT

    Black cars have always been the cooler option. Partly because there is something sinister about a black muscle car like a Dodge Challenger. Even draping black on something as cutesy as a FIAT 500 makes it look that much better.
  • Hennessey Teases Six-Wheel-Drive Pure-Electric Hyper-GT

    Hennessey has some serious plans for the next 10 years. After it will finish with the production of the Venom F5, the company plans another three more models. The first one - codenamed ‘Project Deep Space’ - will be the world’s first six-wheel-drive, fully electric Hyper-GT. It will also be the world’s most expensive electric vehicle - with an estimated price of $3 million.
  • Behold The WayRay Holograktor - The Potential Future of Ride Hailing

    WayRay is a Swiss deep-tech startup, has introduced the Battery Electric Holograktor, which is the world’s first car with a holographic display that can superimpose items at any distance around the vehicle.
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  • This 2000 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R has Less Than 2,000 Miles

    Ford launched the SVT Cobra R in 2000 as the fastest factory Mustang ever produced. The model was li...
  • The Future Of Mazda MX-5: What We Know So Far

    The Mazda MX-5, also known as the Miata, is a car that doesn’t need much introduction. The Japanese take on the British, lightweight roadster, is in its fourth generation, with the current, ND generation being the most lightweight and quickest of all iterations. With that being said, rumors of the ND Miata being discontinued in 2022 have been circulating. However, those are false, since we will be getting another updated version of the current generation.
  • Hyundai Tucson - Driven

    Hyundai revealed the Vision T concept at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show with a promise that it would loan at least some of its DNA to the next-generation Tucson. As a very bold concept, it didn’t seem likely that much of its design would make it to production, but here we are looking at the 2022 Hyundai Tucson and, sure enough, it has a daring new design akin to that of the concept that previewed it. The new entry-level Tucson has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that is derived from the
  • Kia Designer Brings The Ferrari F40 Into The Future

    Ferrari launched the F40 back in 1987 as a successor for the 288 GTO. It was designed by Pininfarina and instantly became a huge success. Despite Ferrari’s wish to only build 400 units, high demand increased the production number to a total of 1,315 units, with 213 coming to the United States.
    But how would the Ferrari F40 would look if Ferrari were to start producing it today? Marcell Sebestyen - a senior exterior designer for Kia Europe - came with an answer to the question and complete
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  • Drag Race: Acura TLX Type S Vs Infiniti Q50 Red Sport

    When it comes to Japanese performance sedans, the new Acura TLX Type S has been the talk of talks lately. It debuted on 23 June 2021 and, despite its transversely-mounted engine, it promises an engaging driving experience, combined with perfect daily usability. But how will it fare against another Japanese performance sedan? The YouTube channel Sam CarLegion gives an answer by pitting the Type S against an Infiniti Q50 Red Sport.
  • Nissan Plans 23 Electrified Models By 2030; Previews Them With Four Concepts

    Every automaker is on the cusp of announcing ambitious plans to switch to electrification. While some have jumped the wagon, some are still on the verge of doing it. The latest automaker to do so is the Japanese giant Nissan. Nissan has revealed its ‘Nissan Ambition 2030’ plan that includes 23 electrified models coming out of the automaker’s stable this decade. To give a glimpse of what to expect, Nissan has revealed four EV concepts. None of them are anywhere close to a produ
  • TechArt’s Porsche 911 Targa Is Ready To Respond To 911 Calls

    TechArt got its hands on the Porsche 911 Targa and turned it into a police car. Don’t expect it to enter actual police duty, though. This tuned and dressed-up 911 Targa is a project between TechArt and TUNE IT! SAFE!, and it serves as a sort of symbolism for a worthwhile tuning initiative. That’s because this special Porsche 911 Targa is a showcase that, according to TechArt and TUNE IT! SAFE!, "shows that appealing creative tuning does not have to be in conflict with legal requirem
  • Dodge Durango

    Dodge’s muscle SUV is in its eleventh year of production and it will probably be the last before it gets a new generation. The changelog happens to be with the base SXT getting seven seats as standard along with blindspot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. The brand decided to ax the SRT Hellcat trim with the beastly 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI V-8, which is a bit of shame.
  • Mitsubishi Ralliart’s Comeback Is All Show And No Go

    As part of their updated "Small but Beautiful" midterm plan, Mitsubishi Motors is doing a lot of things to bring back the brand’s "Mitsubishi Motors-ness". The revival of Ralliart is one of them, but oh boy you’ll be disappointed on how this famed motorsport sub-brand made its comeback.
  • This Drag Race Between Five German Cars Oozes With Unpredictability

    The ‘Carwow’ team brought in five German cars to face each other on the drag strip. The contenders include the Audi RS3, the BMW M2, the Mercedes-AMG A45, the Porsche Cayman GTS, and the Volkswagen Golf R. All the cars have very different setups – some are naturally aspirated, some turbocharged; some are rear-wheel-drive, some all-wheel-drive – that make this an unpredictable race. Which car are you betting on here?
  • The Craziest Engine Swaps We Have Seen On The Internet

    It seems, in the world of modified cars, engine swaps are as common as ketchup on a hot dog (original, I know). There are certain engines that are considered to be the go-to platforms, for such things, e.g. LS, 2JZ, etc. as well as cars that are crying to accommodate either of them, in their engine bays. However, there are engine swaps that are much more uncommon, whether because of the engine choice or because of the car they are done to, and these are some of the main culprits.
  • 2022 Subaru Levorg STI Sport R Is The WRX Wagon America Needs

    The Subaru WRX’s launch was controversial, to say the least. It was mostly driven by the fact that the sports sedan looks like a crossover, no thanks to its sheer amount of body cladding. But what if you want a WRX, but in a body style that enthusiasts actually want, and with a design that’s arguably more attractive? Say hello to the Subaru Levorg STI Sport R.
  • Carnage A Trois, Airing December 17, Has The Proper Ingredients Of A Grand Tour Special

    The boys are back! After their LOCHdown special, which aired back in July, this year’s next Grand Tour Special, which is also their Christmas Special dubbed Carnage A Trois, dwells a little deeper into French cars. Owing to the lockdowns which would have been in place when this film was made, the Grand Tour team really couldn’t venture far to some exotic locales like Brazil or Namibia. So instead, they had to stick within the confines of the U.K. Nevertheless, the trailer does look
  • Assetto Corsa Competizione Update Includes The BMW M4 GT3

    Assetto Corsa Competizione was officially presented back in 2018, with the versions for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 announced in June 2020. At Gamescom 2021, the game’s developer - Kunos Simulazioni - announced that a version for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 will also arrive in February 2022.
    However, November 2021 brings some serious updates for the PC version, and the BMW M4 GT3 is part of this update.
  • Hyundai Pays Tribute to Original Grandeur Flagship Sedan with Heritage Series EV Resto-mod

    Hyundai has paid homage to the 1986 Grandeur by electrifying it and equipping it with modern features. The Grandeur was Hyundai’s luxury flagship sedan introduced in the South Korean market and was an important product for it back then. The company is celebrating the Grandeur’s 35th anniversary by reincarnating the 1986 Grandeur as an EV. Called the Heritage Series Grandeur, this ‘electrifying retro-futuristic’ resto-mod looks tasteful and reminds people of the car that
  • Mercedes-Benz E-Class

    We love how the E-Class has been one of the benchmarks in the mid-size luxury sedan segment besides the 5 Series and the A6.
    It is still in its fifth generation and in that regard, Mercedes has given a facelift with updated looks and a lot of advanced electronics. The 2022 model year pretty much has all the features with fewer additions making the E-Class a complete no-brainer in terms of recommendations. So should you consider the E-Class or just go with other options from BMW and Audi? Let&rs
  • Stock Z06 Takes On Stock Shelby Mustang GT350 and GT500

    1000 horsepower fire-breathing monsters are a common sight at almost any drag strip these days, but I’m sure most people would like to know how some sports cars perform out of the box.
    Well in their latest video, Wheels shows a bone stock C7 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 taking on a Shelby Mustang GT350 and Shelby Mustang GT500. Let’s see which one comes out on top. The showdown took place at the Mission Raceway Park up in BC, Canada.
  • The Tesla Model S Plaid Finally Tastes Defeat At The Hands Of A 1,000-Horsepower McLaren 720S!

    Ever since the Tesla Model S Plaid arrived, it has taken the drag racing scene by storm. The mighty fast EV has downed big names like the Lamborghini Huracan EVO, the McLaren 765 LT, the Dodge Demon, the Nissan GT-R, and even the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, to name a few. Now, the McLaren 720S Spider took it upon itself to avenge the humiliation the Plaid has caused to those cars, and it has successfully done it. All hail the McLaren 720S Spider!
  • Do the Updates to the 2022 Nissan Altima Make it Relevant Again

    Nissan has been on a role of dropping tons of new cars and updating old ones. Whether it be a brand new electric crossover, or updating one of their most popular models, Nissan seems desperate to kick the sour after taste of the recent fiasco with the old CEO, Carlos Ghosn. The most recent example of this is the several changes the Japanese company has made to its mid-size sedan, the Altima.
  • 2022 Alpine A110 Comes With More Power and New Aero

    The saying “win on Sunday, sell on Monday” still carries weight in the automotive world and Alpine is one of the latest examples. 2021 was indeed a good year for the small French carmaker. It ventured into Formula One and won the Grand Prix in Hungary while simultaneously pushing ahead with the Endurance program in the Hypercar category. The company’s motorsport strife has been perfectly reflected by the revamped Alpine A110, which is even more exciting.
  • Need a Break From the Family? Here are the Best Car and Racing Movies Streaming Now

    The holidays can be exhausting. Family, 5 pounds of turkey in your gut, and black Friday shopping can take a lot out of you. So relax and re-cooperate this week and weekend with TopSpeed’s list of the best car-themed movies and shows on Netflix.
  • The New Ford Ranger Raptor Is Just Around The Corner

    After 11 years on the market, the Ranger T-6 was finally replaced! The 2023 Ranger made its debut on November 24, 2021, and we know for sure a Raptor version is just around the corner. Now, thanks to X-Tomi Design we also have a better look at the next Ranger Raptor.
  • 2023 Kia Niro Breaks Cover With Striking Looks And Varying Degrees Of Electrification

    Kia has pulled off the wraps of the all-new Niro small crossover SUV, nearly five years after the outgoing model made its debut in the United States. Prototypes of the 2023 Niro have been spotted testing prior to today’s unveiling, so this is the first time we’re seeing its Habaniro Concept-inspired design.
  • 2023 BMW i7 Prototype Benchmarked Against Tesla Model Y and Mercedes EQS

    BMW is very serious about electrifying its future lineup. So far we’ve seen the iX and the i4, but the future will bring electric versions for pretty much every other car in the lineup. So far, the future i5 and the i7 are the ones that seem the most promising ones. A previous report suggested both cars will deliver in excess of 750 horsepower - making them the most powerful BMW road cars.
  • Here is All the Drama Going on in the World of Formula 1 Right Now

    We like to believe that Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport, where those in charge are more dedicated to making the racing faster and more intense.
  • BMW M Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary With Special Logo

    BMW M was established back in May 1972 in order to facilitate BMW’s racing program. It started small, with only 35 employees and its first project was the 3.0 CSL. The company grew slowly, and in 1978 it revealed its official M-badged car for the public: the M1. Today BMW M offers modified versions for nearly every BMW nameplate, with the exception of the Z4, 7-Series and X1.
    And now, to celebrate half a century of existence, BMW M is offering its customers the possibility to decorate the
  • This Tesla Model X With Machine Guns Shouldn’t Be Let Out On The Streets!

    You know what’s cooler than the falcon wings on the Tesla Model X? Machine guns coming out of the falcon wings! ‘FullMag’ uploaded a video of a Model X that started life as an EV, then an espresso machine on wheels, and now, a freakin’ artillery. Coolness factor – infinity!
  • This 1800 HP Chevrolet Corvette C7 Will Give You The Creeps

    When it comes to modified cars, the main goal seems to be high horsepower. However, having a well-sorted car means building it to send that power to the ground, as efficiently as possible. With this in mind, That Racing Channel (TRC) is giving us a YouTube video of one such car – a sinister-looking C7 Corvette, which may be one of the most well-sorted high-horsepower builds, you will ever see.
  • Volkswagen Aero B Caught Looking Like a Passat-Arteon Mashup

    The Volkswagen Passat isn’t as dead as the media would lead you to believe, and the Aero B – a Passat-sized EV – isn’t going to replace it right away. In fact, the ICE-powered Passat will see one more generational shift that should keep it on the market, at least in some places, until the end of the decade. At that point, it will probably be replaced by the second-generation Aero B, but that’s still 8 years from now and we’re getting ahead of ourselves, so le
  • Ferrari Is Planning More Icona Models With V-12 Power

    A while back, Ferrari promised that it will be more unpredictable in regard to its upcoming models. It seems the Italian company relies on its ultra-exclusive Icona models in order to do so, as it recently unveiled the $2.26-million Ferrari Daytona SP3, of which only 599 will be made. This, however, will not be the only model we see from Ferrari’s Icona program, as the company is working on more special projects, with V-12 power.
  • Q8 E-Tron Confirmed as Facelifted E-Tron Prototype Reveals Minor Changes

    Audi is not backing down from electrification. Just recently we learned that the RS6 Avant E-Tron should launch in 2023 and not even a week after that, the company launched the China-only Q5 E-Tron, basically a rebadged Volkswagen ID.6X. And, while all these new models are cool, we can’t forget about existing models, like the original E-Tron – Audi’s largest electric SUV to date. That’s why the company is hard at work to refresh it for 2022 – a move that will keep
  • Pogea Lorenzo CLS63S 4M

    Mercedes’ need to electrify its entire lineup killed a lot of cool cars, including the CLS 63 S AMG Shooting Brake. Eduard Pogea of Pogea Racing wanted to give special attention to this car and created his own project based on the CLS 63S. The car was built especially for him, so do not expect to see this package available for order.
  • Grullon GT8 Gran Prix Edition Is The Budget-Friendly McLaren F1 You Want

    The McLaren F1 is still considered to be one of the greatest cars ever made. Since then, there have been a few attempts of recapturing its presence, more specifically, in the form of the McLaren Speedtail and Gordon Murray T50. Unfortunately, all three of the above-mentioned cars cost a fortune, especially the F1, which currently goes for $20.5 million. Luckily, a Canadian firm, DDR Motorsport has got your back with a McLaren F1-inspired kit that costs a fraction of the price. It’s called
  • Hennessey Delivers The First Venom F5, and the Second Isn’t Far Off

    When Hennessey announced the production version Venom F5 back in December 2020 it announced it will take on cars like Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and SSC Tuatara and even more, it will hit speeds of over 300 mph. In fact at least 311 mph was the number we were promised.
    Only 24 units will be built and despite its $2.1 million starting price, the supercar was sold out in no time. Now, the customers have to wait for their cars to arrive!
  • Ford Unveils The Next-Gen Ranger With A V-6 Diesel Engine, New Tech, And Updated Looks

    For a company that comes up with pretty much a new generation of the F-150 every five years, it sure milked the Ranger for a very, very long time; 11 years to be precise. Ford sold the Ranger T-6 for 11 years without a major update, but times are changing now.
    The Blue Oval has unveiled the next-gen 2023 Ford Ranger. It is based on an upgraded chassis, comes with new styling cues, and also features a new V-6 diesel mill. The mid-size truck will also have a longer wheelbase, a wider body, and a
  • The Ford Mustang’s Last Stand Could Involve Hybridization

    We have been tackling the subject of electrification quite a bit lately, as more and more models are adopting some form of electrification, with some becoming fully electric. For better or worse, this also extends to some iconic names like the Ford Mustang. With the latest information, from a Ford engineer, we have good reason to believe that the current, S550 generation of the pony car will be the last non-hybrid model.
  • It Can’t Get Any Cooler Than This Replica C7 CopBoat Can it?

    If you’re gonna modify a boat to look like a sports car, why not choose one of the coolest ones out there. That’s exactly what JetcarTurkiye from you guessed it, Turkey has done. They specialize in making boats that look like C7 Corvettes. Yes, you heard that right, a boat that resembles the good old C7, complete with bodywork, doors, add-on wheels, a rear wing, and even an exhaust unit,
    which by the way doesn’t sound too bad.
  • Jeep Announces Yet Another Recall, This Time Involving Nearly 100,000 Vehicles

    It seems that the folks at Jeep (Stellantis) can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to recalls. Just a month ago, the company announced a recall for the Grand Cherokee L due to an issue with its high beams, affecting a little over 7,000 units. This time around, the scale of the recall is much larger, and it involves nearly 100,000 vehicles.
  • Report: Porsche Working on A Large, Three-Row Crossover-Sedan

    A new report is claiming that Porsche is looking to expand its SUV lineup even further with a model that slots above the Cayenne as a flagship crossover of sorts. The model, which is currently without a name, was shown off in a rendering to various dealers, but it is expected to launch in the second half of this decade. Does Porsche need a three-row crossover? Well, there’s some interesting information coming together on this one.
    Note: Porsche Cayenne Turbo shown here
  • The Dodge Hellcat’s End Is Closer Than We All Thought

    Shortly after we turned the calendar to 2021, Dodge CEO, Tim Kuniskus did his best to prepare us for the inevitable death of Dodge’s supercharged, 6.2-liter V-8. The good news from that was that report was that Dodge wouldn’t abandon the muscle car, but now we know – if reports from Motor Authority are accurate – the exact model year that Dodge will kill off Hellcat production. I’ll give you a hint: It’s not far away.
  • Your EV Can Now Look Like It Has a V-8 Under The Hood

    It’s obvious that EVs are becoming more and more mainstream and this even extends to project cars and various builds. Of course, an electric motor is not as exciting to look at as a powerful internal combustion engine, which is why Canadian company, Webb Motorworks has developed a way for the buzzing powerplants to look like a classic V-8 engine.
  • Cool Australian Muscle Cars of the 60s and 70s

    Muscle cars have often been related to the American market owing to the hot rod culture that sprung up during the 1920s. Australia followed suit after automakers like Ford released the GT in the late 60s for the local market. The popularity of the touring car series also encouraged manufacturers to develop muscle cars that specifically targeted the Australian market. The fact the population is geographically isolated and relatively smaller has lent to the uniqueness of muscle car models over th
  • The Volkswagen SP2 "Reborn" Is An Obscure Brazillian Classic, Reimagined

    There are certain cars of the past that deserve to have a modern-day successor. Apparently, a designer that goes by the name of rob3rtdesign is of the same mind, as he has decided to take the Brazil-only Volkswagen SP2 and turn it into something that looks like an epic side project, made by RUF or Singer.
  • The BMW M3 Touring Isn’t Coming Stateside Because It’s Bad for Business

    It was in mid-October when we laid eyes on the BMW M3 Touring as it did some hardcore testing on the Nürburgring.It was wearing that controversial big grille, an aggressive front fascia, and looking every bit the M3 Touring we always wanted. Then we learned that the M3 Touring won’t be coming to the United States. The reason behind it, strangely enough, has nothing to do with the lack of interest in wagons or the love for SUVS. In fact, it’s actually BMW making a good business
  • Rumor Has It That BMW Is Working on an i5 Touring

    The next-gen BMW 5 series has been spied numerous times in 2021 despite the fact that the current-generation model was just updated. We’ve also recently seen the i5 – the 5 Series EV that will be sold alongside the traditional 5 Series- but now we’ve learned that the i5 won’t be just an electric sedan – there’s actually more to it. And, by more, I mean more interior space and cargo room.
  • Volkswagen T-Roc R

    The German automobile conglomerate known as VAG has announced their most popular crossover globally, the T-Roc, with a facelift, and while the facelift brings a lot of changes to the overall design, it adds a lot of features too. The R variant of the T-Roc, however is majorly unchanged, especially in the powertrain department. But it is no slow bugger at all! So, how does it square up for the 2022 model year?

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