Polestar Precept Previews the EV Future

Polestar Precept Previews the EV Future
Volvo EV spin-off Polestar already has some production vehicles in the pipeline, including the Polestar One and Polestar Two. Now, we have a concept vehicle that looks towards the future of the brand. Like the Polestar Two, the Polestar Precept is a 5-door fastback. The Precept strikes out in a new design direction that’s less derivative of Volvo than the production cars.
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Stunning Blue 1976 Lamborghini Countach ‘Periscopica’ for Sale

Stunning Blue 1976 Lamborghini Countach ‘Periscopica’ for Sale
The Lamborghini Countach is one of the most iconic and infamous supercars of all time. Produced in various configurations from 1974 to 1990, designer Marcello Gandini’s second Lambo masterpiece (he also designed the Miura) was notoriously uncomfortable, hard to drive, yet still awesome and spectacular. I’ve seen Countachs in typical supercar colors like red and yellow, but never one as beautiful as this epic Blue Tahiti LP400┬áthat’s currently up for sale.
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From the Vaults: Porsche 928S Dealer Promo

From the Vaults: Porsche 928S Dealer Promo
Produced from 1977 to 1995, the 928 was one of Porsche’s more controversial designs. Originally created to replace the 911 (blasphemy!), Porsche attempted to make the car appeal to a wider audience by making it easier to drive than other sports cars, and also adding features like fold-down rear seats for the kids, and driver-centric comfort features.
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New Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport Pictures Leak

New Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport Pictures Leak
We’ve been waiting for what seems like an eternity for Ford to reveal the new Bronco and its little brother, formerly known as the Baby Bronco. While the official reveal is set for later this month, undisguised pictures leaked out of both vehicles this week.
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This Used to Be a Porsche Boxster

This Used to Be a Porsche Boxster
Over the years, we’ve seen some truly unusual kit cars. Oftentimes, they’re designed to make less expensive sports cars look like Lamborghinis, Ferraris, or other exotics. But in the case of the Gagliardi Vex, it’s a unique vehicle unto itself, borrowing bits and pieces from a variety of supercar styles.
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2021 Audi RS 7 Gives You 591 Horses for Six Figures

2021 Audi RS 7 Gives You 591 Horses for Six Figures
The Audi RS 7 is one of those cars you buy when you’re an executive bigwig, but still want something that performs like a sports car. Fresh from Germany, the 2021 model of the RS 7 is headed to US shores, packing a twin-turbo V8, along with a 48-volt hybrid system to produce a total of 591 horsepower and 590 lb-ft.
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McLaren 765 LT Cuts the Weight, Brings More Speed

McLaren 765 LT Cuts the Weight, Brings More Speed
Out of all of the supercars out there, the McLaren 720S is one of the absolute best. So how do you take a car that good and make it even better? You let McLaren’s engineers turn it into a lightweight “Longtail” edition.
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Fiat and LEGO Built a Life-size Fiat 500

Fiat and LEGO Built a Life-size Fiat 500
While the modern-day Fiat 500 may be going away here in the U.S., it’s still an iconic little car, with lots of fans around the globe since its inception way back in 1957. To celebrate the heritage of the 500, LEGO has announced the release of a new Creator set based on the classic version of Italian subcompact.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1958 Ford Nucleon

Concepts from Future Past: 1958 Ford Nucleon
These days, the use of nuclear energy is pretty much limited to power plants and submarines, but there was a time when it was thought the controversial power source could be used to drive our cars.
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Tearing Down a Toyota GR Supra to Bare Metal

Tearing Down a Toyota GR Supra to Bare Metal
When I first drove the Toyota GR Supra, I was quite impressed with its handling and ability to get around a track pretty quick. But as is the legacy of the Supra, there will always be tuners who can eke more power and capability out of these cars.
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2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review: A Mid-Engine Marvel

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review: A Mid-Engine Marvel
Corvette lovers have been dreaming of a mid-engined version of the great American sports car for decades. Now, for 2020, that wish has been fulfilled. After spending two fun-packed days in the Nevada desert putting the new Vette through its paces, I’m thrilled to report that it’s one of the best performance cars you can buy – for any amount of money.
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The Czinger 21C Is a 1250hp, U.S.-built Hybrid Hypercar

The Czinger 21C Is a 1250hp, U.S.-built Hybrid Hypercar
If you look back at the history of high performance sports cars, there are frequently small brands that come along and make a handful of vehicles for extremely wealthy clients, or maybe just a one-off prototype.
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How Chevrolet Made Cars Back in 1936

How Chevrolet Made Cars Back in 1936
This fascinating educational film was commissioned by General Motors back in 1936 to show how cars were produced at the time. The 30-minute movie, titled “Master Hands,” takes us back in time to watch the production of Chevrolets – from forging molten steel for the engine block, to hand-assembling every component of the chassis and body. The amount of manual labor and workmanship involved in the production line was truly staggering, never mind the dangers of working with fiery vats of metal and powerful and massive milling, stamping and riveting machines.
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Horsepower… Why Not Duckpower?

Horsepower… Why Not Duckpower?
Everyone who drives a car understands the basic concept of horsepower as a way of measuring their vehicle’s engine capabilities. Counting power based on the pulling strength of horses dates back to the 18th century as a way to measure the output of steam engines, when it helped buyers understand how many draft horses they could replace with a given engine.
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2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD Review: A Snowy First Drive

2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD Review: A Snowy First Drive
I recently had the opportunity to spend some time in the beautiful, snow-capped mountains of central Colorado, where Rocky Mountain Redline assembled a variety of all-wheel drive vehicles to demonstrate their prowess in wintry conditions. Among the cars and crossovers was one of the first ever 2020 Dodge Charger GT AWDs to roll off the assembly line.
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