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Two Koenigseggs, One McLaren

Two Koenigseggs, One McLaren
Tim “Shmee” Burton continues to live his our dream, touring Europe and driving supercars. In his latest video, he heads to Germany’s Autobahn in a McLaren 12C. Normally, that would be enough for most of us, but not for Shmee, who has to show off even more by capturing footage of a Koenigsegg Agera and a Koenigsegg CCX from his McLaren chase car.
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Tour the Pagani Factory in Google Street View

Tour the Pagani Factory in Google Street View
Google Street View adds another tour to their mapping of supercar manufacturers (we previously saw the McLaren Technology Centre), this time with the Pagani workshop and showroom in in Modena, Italy. Now you can dream of your next Pagani supercar or take a look at Pagani’s racing history from the comfort of your living room.
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Stirling Moss Maserati 450S Prototype up for Sale

Stirling Moss Maserati 450S Prototype up for Sale
This 1956 Maserati 450S is one of the most incredible automotive specimens of all time. Now this rare prototype is hitting the auction block. Driven (and later crashed) by legendary race driver Sir Stirling Moss, this unique vehicle would be the pinnacle of any serious automotive collection.
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Aston Martin Celebrates the History of the DB9

Aston Martin Celebrates the History of the DB9
The Aston Martin DB9 is a stunningly beautiful, high-performance sports car that reflects the balance of power, engineering, performance and style that Aston Martin is known for. The DB9 is a car that’s just as much at home on the streets of Milan as it is on a track.
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Volvo’s V8 Supercar Drivers Take Polestars Onto the Ice

Volvo’s V8 Supercar Drivers Take Polestars Onto the Ice
Volvo V8 Supercar drivers Scott McLaughlin and Robert Dahlgren, fresh off the Volvo Polestar Racing victory at the Melbourne Grand Prix, flew to the Northern Hemisphere and Volvo’s winter testing grounds to get behind the wheel of a 2015 Volvo S60 Polestar.
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Sievers Tuning Custom AMG SLS GT3 45th Anniv. Edition

Sievers Tuning Custom AMG SLS GT3 45th Anniv. Edition
The Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3 45th Anniversary Edition was an incredible machine when it rolled off the production line in 2012 as part of celebration of the first SL model. Only five of the cars were created back in 2012 and one of the owners decided to ask the after-market tuning masters Sievers Tuning to customize it.
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Gran Turismo Recreates Real-World Driving in Game

Gran Turismo Recreates Real-World Driving in Game
Toyota’s new Sports Drive Logger, which goes on sale on June 2, 2014, allows drivers to capture detailed performance information, including GPS position, vehicle speed, engine revolutions, accelerator pedal stroke, steering angle, brake operation signals, and more in real time while driving.
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The Aerodynamics of the 2015 Ford Mustang

The Aerodynamics of the 2015 Ford Mustang
While there’s been some dissent about the design of the 2015 Ford Mustang among classic Mustang purists, reception has generally been positive. Certainly, the addition of a live rear axle and some of its other technological improvements have been met with elation.
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Building the 1,360 HP Heart of the Koenigsegg One:1

Building the 1,360 HP Heart of the Koenigsegg One:1
/DRIVE recently had a chance to discuss the design and development of the Koenigsegg One:1 megacar with none other than Christian von Koenigsegg. We already had a look into the car’s extreme performance and aerodynamics and, in this new video, we look at the heart and soul of the One:1, the 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine which produces 1,360 hp and 1,011 lb·ft of torque at 6,000 rpm.
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2015 BMW M4 Convertible

2015 BMW M4 Convertible
BMW has announced the convertible version of its all-new M4 coupe, the M4 Convertible. Like the M4, BMW has ditched its predecessor’s V8 engine for a more powerful turbocharged 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder that produces a total of 420 horsepower.
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Lamborghini “Yellow Bull” Interior Reworked by Carlex

Lamborghini “Yellow Bull” Interior Reworked by Carlex
Carlex Design took their skills to the interior cabin of a limited edition Lamborghini Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario and the results are dramatic to say the least. Carlex made Lambo’s “Yellow Bull” even more exclusive by carrying over the car’s aggressive exterior lines to the interior.
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AMS 2000HP Alpha Omega GT-R Build Time-Lapse

AMS 2000HP Alpha Omega GT-R Build Time-Lapse
In this video from our friends at AMS Performance, we get a look at exactly what it takes to turn a Nissan GT-R into a 2,000 horsepower beast. The time-lapse clip follows the AMS team as they prepared their top-of-the-line Alpha Omega GT-R for TX2K14.
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Spyker Venator B6 Spyder

Spyker Venator B6 Spyder
Designed by Dutch automaker Spyker, the Venator B6 is a powerful and elegant two-seater convertible. With a mid-engine design, the car clearly has its sights set on vehicles like the Ferrari California. The Venator B6 features sweeping curves and arches, and an interior influenced heavily by airplane cockpits.
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Porsche Boxenne S Concept

Porsche Boxenne S Concept
There’s no question that Porsche makes some seriously awesome vehicles, but one thing they’ve never done is make a hot hatch. This concept rendering from X-Tomi Design makes us wonder why. Seriously. Taking inspiration from the design of the Porsche Macan, we can only imagine how much fun it would be to drive a car with the turning radius of a Fiat 500, but with the brilliant engineering minds from Porsche making its drivetrain and handling systems.
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Trion Nemesis Wants to Be the Next American Supercar

Trion Nemesis Wants to Be the Next American Supercar
Trion Supercars is a company based in Irvine, California that is planning to build the next American supercar: The Trion Nemesis. The company has just started the development of the car, a supposedly 2,000+ horsepower two-door sports car that is expected to go from 0-to-60 mph in a blazing fast 2.8 seconds and have a top speed of 270 mph.
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