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The Aspark Owl EV Will Outrun Your Guardian Angels

The Aspark Owl EV Will Outrun Your Guardian Angels
I’ve seen some fast cars in my day, and the insane acceleration will always take you by surprise. The fastest vehicles I’ve ever seen in person were NHRA top fuel dragsters and that sort of acceleration (and noise) is mind-boggling to say the least.
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Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Takes Nürburgring SUV Crown

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Takes Nürburgring SUV Crown
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is one of the best handling cars I’ve driven in the last year. I’ve yet to drive the Giulia’s crossover cousin, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, but word on the street is that it’s no slouch as SUVs go.
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2006 Ford GT Does World’s Fastest Standing Mile

2006 Ford GT Does World’s Fastest Standing Mile
The guys over at M2K Motorsports have a very special 2006 Ford GT. The car is heavily modified featuring an Accufab Racing Engine that has massive turbos, MoTeC ECU and lots of other custom parts, but it still has the stock transmission.
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Range Rover Sport SVR Goes Fast on All Terrains

Range Rover Sport SVR Goes Fast on All Terrains
Brands love to tout their 0-to-60 km/h and 0-to-100 km/h times, but most of the time, those are recorded in ideal conditions, on a dragstrip with sticky race tires. But when you’re buying a sports SUV like the Range Rover Sport SVR, chances are you’ll be driving it on some some more challenging terrain.
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World’s Fastest Accelerating EV Hits 62mph in 1.779 Secs

World’s Fastest Accelerating EV Hits 62mph in 1.779 Secs
Electric cars are able to make some very impressive runs from a standstill to 60mph. This is because all of their torque is available immediately. If you think the Tesla Model S is fast off the line, check out these German students setting a world record for EV acceleration.
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Inside the Bloodhound SSC: 1000mph or Bust!

Inside the Bloodhound SSC: 1000mph or Bust!
The current land-speed record for a vehicle was set all the way back in 1997 by pilot Andy Green and his ThrustSSC turbofan-powered car. It was the first supersonic ride on wheels, with his top speed hitting over 763mph over the course of one mile.
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