Mario Andretti Drives His First Race Car Again

Mario Andretti Drives His First Race Car Again
Legendary race driver Mario Andretti, who won the Indianapolis 500 in 1969 and is still the only driver to ever win the Indy 500, the Daytona 500, and the Formula One World Championship, has been involved with the launch of the Playstation game, Gran Turismo 6.
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DiamondBack Leaning Trike

DiamondBack Leaning Trike
The DiamondBack is an open-air three-wheeled vehicle that combines the thrill of racing motorcycles with the ease and safety of driving a car. Pneumatically-operated front wheels lean into turns to add to driver excitement. Plus, its active suspension system automatically maintains the proper ride height.
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Crazy, Brilliant Nissan Juke Commercial from Mexico

Crazy, Brilliant Nissan Juke Commercial from Mexico
While the Nissan Juke is a fun little car to drive, we can’t say that the commercials that Nissan runs for the crossover here in the states are particularly memorable. Can you even recall the content from a single Nissan Juke spot you’ve seen?
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MINI John Cooper Works Concept

MINI John Cooper Works Concept
MINI will debut its next John Cooper Works race-inspired concept car at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in January. This version of the JCW is based on the latest generation MINI, with a slightly longer wheelbase and wider track.
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Ranger Rover Sport Crosses Empty Quarter Desert

Ranger Rover Sport Crosses Empty Quarter Desert
Land Rover is subjecting their newest Range Rover Sport to a series of driving challenges to prove the vehicle’s off-road abilities. Fortunately for us, Land Rover documented the most recent challenge: the complete the fastest crossing ever of the Empty Quarter desert.
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Drive the 2015 Ford Mustang Now in NFS Rivals

Drive the 2015 Ford Mustang Now in NFS Rivals
There are generally two types of driving video games: those that attempt to be hyper-realistic and those that are more forgiving and “arcade like.” The former includes games like the Forza franchise and the recent Gran Turismo 6 and the latter includes the Burnout series and Need for Speed Rivals.
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Horacio Pagani Shares His Story and Design Philisophy

Horacio Pagani Shares His Story and Design Philisophy
Horacio Pagani is a former engineer for Lamborghini and the founder of Pagani Automobili, the Italian maker of astounding supercars like the Zonda and the Huayra. XCar had the chance to interview Pagani in his office.
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Hanging with the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 Pit Crew

Hanging with the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 Pit Crew
The Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 racer is a track-proven winner. Go behind the scenes with the three person pit crew who are responsible for keeping the car at its top performance on the track. This POV camera view features Simon Robotham at Team RJN who shows us the steps the pit crew follows when the GT-R pulls into the pits during practice sessions.
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Mercedes Plans Production Fuel Cell Vehicle by 2017

Mercedes Plans Production Fuel Cell Vehicle by 2017
Mercedes-Benz has announced it will be bringing a fuel-cell powered electric vehicle to the market in 2017. We’ve already seen a concept car by Mercedes, the B-Class F-CELL (shown above), which may be a preview of what to expect.
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Mitsubishi Eclipse R Concept

Mitsubishi Eclipse R Concept
The Mitsubishi Eclipse went out of production back in late 2011, but it was long beloved by drivers thanks to its youthful styling, and powerful top-end engine options in the later generation’s GT models. It was, and still is a popular choice for street tuners, though it is still a bit on the heavy side of things.
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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
The updated C-Class not only has been given an exterior facelift, it adds a variety of new comfort, technology and safety features over its predecessors. For starters, thanks to its aluminum hybrid body, the new C-Class managed to shed as much as 220 lbs.
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D-Day: The Jaguar D-Type

D-Day: The Jaguar D-Type
As Jaguar’s E-Type seemingly gets the majority of attention from classic car enthusiasts, it’s easy to neglect the incredible car that pre-dates it – the open air, single-seater D-Type – built from 1954 to 1957. In this short film by Kidston, actor Chris Barrie gets to sit behind the seat of this rare specimen of British car history, with the help of famed Jaguar test driver Norman Dewis, who raced the aircraft-inspired D-Type back in its heyday.
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2014 Hyundai i20 WRC Rally Car

2014 Hyundai i20 WRC Rally Car
Hyundai recently announced the development of a new “N” series performance line. Coinciding with that announcement, Hyundai unveiled its newly designed World Rally Car, the 2014 Hyundai i20 WRC. The car will make its racing debut at Rallye Monte Carlo in January, the first race of the 2014 WRC season.
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Review: 2014 Lexus IS 350 F SPORT

Review: 2014 Lexus IS 350 F SPORT
I’ve driven a number of Lexus vehicles over the years, and while they’ve been well made, comfortable and luxurious, they’ve generally not been all that sporty – except maybe specialty cars like the LFA or the CCS-R.
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Mustang Burnout Compilation

Mustang Burnout Compilation
While the 2015 Ford Mustang might be getting some sort of automated burnout control, Ford’s classic pony car has been more than capable of performing the task for as long as we can remember. In this eardrum shattering clip compiled by [WAD]HD, sit back and enjoy six minutes of smoking tires and pavement performed by skilled drivers who clearly will have no use for such high-tech silliness.
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