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Report: Porsche ramps up efforts to produce Mission E

The Porsche Mission E Concept from the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show was quite a show stopper since it previewed Porsche’s future design language, and gave us many hints as to what we could expect to see in cars like the new Panamera and the 911. Porsche was also rumored to be working on an EV […]

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Report: The Ford Focus RS is running a bit behind schedule getting to customers

Ford’s latest hot hatch, the Focus RS, is apparently running a little behind schedule as the Dearborn automaker reportedly is a bit back-ordered from high demand. The Truth About Cars heard about the news and says that Ford is so behind, they cancelled around 220 customer orders for the 2016 model-year car and instead, replaced […]

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Report: The next Mazda MX-5 should go on a diet thanks to carbon fiber

The Mazda Miata MX-5 is already the very definition of lightweight fun, but Mazda doesn’t think it’s light enough, according to AutoCar. The latest report indicates that Mazda wants to make the MX-5 even lighter by utilizing carbon fiber and smaller engines. This sort of revolutionary construction shouldn’t happen until 2021 however, which is when the […]

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2010 Lotus Elise Concept (18)

Report: Lotus will actually make some cars, a new Elise comes in 2020

Lotus has been on the back burner for a bit as the company undergoes some restructuring after being run to the ground by abusive CEO, Danny Bahar, who was even sued by the company for a abusing company funds for his personal amusement. The company, after a long legal battle, then found itself a new […]

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Report: Jaguar apparently ditches any sports car efforts for EVs

Some strange and rather surprising news comes in from Jaguar via Automobile Magazine, where the outlet learned that the Coventry-based automaker is said to be ditching any future plans to build high-performance or sports cars, including no XK coupe or convertible replacement and production C-X75. Sad news is sad… According to the news bit, Jaguar instead […]

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Report: Toyota reportedly confirms hybrid turbo mill for next Supra

There’s a lot of hype hovering around the next-generation Toyota Supra, a supposed revival of the famed midsize coupe, thanks to a joint venture with BMW. But really, all it is just a lot of hype piled on top of hype, to make one big dog pile of hype. And more hype has been posted […]

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Photo Leak: Could this picture prove the Chevy Corvette “Zora” mid-engine coupe is real? [UPDATED]

UPDATE: The page has since been removed. Rumors of a mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette “Zora” have been around in some way, shape, or form since the Corvette has existed. But now, it seems Chevrolet might actually be producing one very soon. Numerous hints and leaks have suggested such a project, in a likely bid to compete […]

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2016 – Koenigsegg One-1 Crash

Koeniggsegg officially reveals what went wrong with the insane One:1 crash on the ‘Ring

The great big Koenigsegg crash on the Nürburgring was a measurable story when it occurred earlier in the week. I mean, what did you expect when the company’s fastest, most powerful, most expensive car eats shit on the infamous Green Hell, potentially taking the title as the most expensive crash ever on the the racetrack? Well, if […]

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Report: Nürburgring claims a Koenigsegg One:1, could be ‘Ring’s most-expensive crash ever [UPDATED w/ video]

Photo Source: MotorAuthority Some sad news is hailing in from the Nürburgring over in Germany where crashes happen all the time. Although crashes occur on the regular there, leading to many sad and frowned, but albeit lucky faces of surviving crash victims, this one isn’t so lucky. Sure, no humans were lost in this crash, but […]

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CarTech Report: Lamborghini wants to try and make engines with carbon fiber connecting rods

Being a car enthusiast-based website, I’d hope you, as the reader, know the basics about how an internal combustion engine works and what many of the key components are and what they do. So let’s talk about connecting rods, or the metal shaped bars that act specifically as levers to turn the crankshaft, since they […]

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