From the Vaults: The Sunbeam Tiger

From the Vaults: The Sunbeam Tiger
Shelby, Corvette, and even Triumph are highly recognized names in the world of classic cars. But one name that doesn’t get mentioned often – at least not in the circles we run in – is the Sunbeam Tiger.
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Mazda3 TCR Race Car Is Reason Enough to Bring Back MazdaSpeed

Mazda3 TCR Race Car Is Reason Enough to Bring Back MazdaSpeed
The 2019 Mazda3 hatchback is a really nifty looking car, and it offers some great driving dynamics for its class. Now, Mazda Motorsports has taken the shooting brake style of the 3 hatch and transformed it into a pro race car with gobs of style.
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2020 Chevy Corvette Convertible Seamlessly Drops Its Top

2020 Chevy Corvette Convertible Seamlessly Drops Its Top
The prospects of mid-engine Corvettes hitting the roads is pretty damned exciting all on its own. But the idea that you can enjoy all of that power, balance, and handling prowess with the wind in your hair makes it even more appealing.
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Hennessey Venom F5 Engine Makes An Astounding 1817 Horsepower

Hennessey Venom F5 Engine Makes An Astounding 1817 Horsepower
Thanks to their custom-tuned and custom-built engines, Hennessey Performance makes some seriously badass vehicles. Now, the Sealy, Texas tuner is showing off one of the most powerful V8 engines we’ve seen this side of a top fuel dragster.
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Carspotting Japan: Honda S660 Mugen Edition

Carspotting Japan: Honda S660 Mugen Edition
Hot on the heels of my tiny Italian carspotting in Japan a couple of weeks back, comes a far more modern, mid-engine approach to automotive engineering. Commonly referred to as “the new NSX’s baby brother,” the Honda S660 is a Japan-exclusive two-seat roadster that fits neatly within the Japanese kei car category, so it has to have less than a 1.0-liter engine.
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2019 BMW i8 Roadster Review: Hybrid Power, Wind in Your Hair

2019 BMW i8 Roadster Review: Hybrid Power, Wind in Your Hair
Looks are everything to so many people. When looking at cars, the aesthetics are what draw people in. I remember the first time I saw the BMW i8 Roadster. As journalists, we aren’t supposed to be so smitten and biased based simply on looks.
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2020 Nissan TITAN Brings Styling and Tech Upgrades

2020 Nissan TITAN Brings Styling and Tech Upgrades
It hasn’t been all that long since Nissan revamped its TITAN pickup truck. The second-generation, full-size pickup debuted for the 2016 model year. But with tough competition from the likes of Ram and GMC, Nissan decided to go back to the drawing board and up their game for the 2020 model year.
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2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition Is Ready for Adventure

2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition Is Ready for Adventure
I’ve always said that if I was going to be left with a single vehicle to survive the zombie apocalypse, it would be a Toyota 4Runner. Not only are these rugged body-on-frame SUVs basically indestructible, they can go just about anywhere, regardless of terrain, and have lots of space for passengers and cargo.
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Concepts from Future Past: The Pontiac Stinger

Concepts from Future Past: The Pontiac Stinger
Long before Kia put the name to good use, Pontiac took us to the “excitement edge” with its futuristic Stinger. The 1989 Stinger Concept was created as a sporty, recreational vehicle, and revealed just one year after the Pontiac Banshee concept.
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Spoiler Alert: The Zenvo TSR-S Rear Wing Is Bonkers

Spoiler Alert: The Zenvo TSR-S Rear Wing Is Bonkers
These days, you can find spoilers on everything from a McLaren 720S to a Toyota Camry TRD. These rear wings can be simply decorative, or add a significant amount of downforce. Many supercars even feature active spoilers which can raise or lower depending on their speed, but I’ve never seen an active wing that’s quite as amazing as the one on the Zenvo TSR-S.
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2020 Toyota Camry TRD and Avalon TRD First Drive Review

2020 Toyota Camry TRD and Avalon TRD First Drive Review
Toyota Racing Development (aka TRD) is charged with making the highest performance versions of Toyota’s production vehicles, though in recent years, their focus has been on trucks and SUVs. So what exactly happens when you let TRD tinker with a couple of family sedans?
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Brabus G V12 900: “One of Ten” Elite Benz Badasses

Brabus G V12 900: “One of Ten” Elite Benz Badasses
If opulent SUV exclusiveness is your thing, and you have $875,500 sitting in your bank account, we’ve got the perfect vehicle for you. We are speaking of the Brabus G V12 900 “ONE OF TEN.” This twin-turbo, V12 equipped G-Wagen stole the spotlight in Frankfurt recently, fifteen years after the first version was revealed at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show.
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Hand Painting a Lamborghini Gallardo

Hand Painting a Lamborghini Gallardo
I can’t imagine laying a paintbrush to the exterior of any of my cars, let alone a Lambo. But one trusting Lamborghini owner allowed Miami artist Alexander Mijares to do just that. The result of his efforts is actually quite stunning, and makes the already distinctive Gallardo just that much more eye candy for bystanders, transforming the matte blue car into an art exhibition on wheels.
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Ride Along in a 1973 Dodge Challenger

Ride Along in a 1973 Dodge Challenger
While the latest models of the Dodge Challenger and Charger are impressive, there’s still something so perfect about their classic 1970s incarnations. Take, for example, this beautifully-restored 1973 Challenger R/T, featured by Hagerty Classic Cars. It looks just spectacular in red and black, and there’s nothing quite like that baritone muscle car exhaust note to remind you that you’re alive.
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Carspotting Japan: Classic Fiat Nuova 500

Carspotting Japan: Classic Fiat Nuova 500
Fiat is discontinuing sales of the smaller 500 in the United States. So instead of throwing a fit over the demise of the little Fiat 500 and its feisty Abarth doppelgänger, let’s take a look at the vehicle that first sported the triple digit badge: The aptly named, “Fiat Nuova 500.” It’s not often that you come across classic Italian cars in rural Japan.
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