Posted by Justin on 07 15th, 2011
Rat rods are nothing but an automotive phenomenon. Indeed, who could imagine these rusty jalopies, derisively dubbed “rat rods” would become a whole subculture? Born in America in the 70’s (like it could be born elsewhere), rat rodding has become popular all over the world and peeps that build and enjoy these cars have adopted [...]
Posted by Justin on 07 13th, 2011
We car enthusiasts are passionate do-it-yourselfers. Take me for example, I love working on my car, and if I have to choose between a date and time with my ride, well, I will think twice (choosing the car, I can at least be sure that I’ll see her naked that evening). It never hurts to know how to hold a screwdriver as not only can you get out of trouble when there’s no help around, but you can also save some bucks being able to install that new muffler or rear spoiler by yourself. But let’s face it - when you “pimp” your ride with a cardboard body kit or use duct tape to “fix” your truck steps, you got the DIY thing wrong. Some things are better to be left for experts. What do I mean? See the examples below.
Posted by Justin on 07 7th, 2011
The first six months of 2011 brought plenty of interesting news and events to automotive enthusiasts around the world. For this post we selected five tuning projects that have an unusual and even bizarre ideas behind them. We’re pretty sure these five modified cars will make you wow. Check them out and let us know your thoughts in the comments!
Posted by Justin on 07 5th, 2011
The third film of the Transformers saga, Dark of the Moon, has been in theaters for a week now. Along with The Fast and the Furious and the Cars movies, the clanking robot-war blockbuster has a strong automotive focus. This year both heroic Autobots and evil Decepticons got new troops into their ranks, and in this post we’d like to take a closer look at the four-wheel cast of the Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Check the full list of the Transformers 3 cars and their prototypes right after the jump.
Posted by Justin on 07 1st, 2011
Summer Slam Car Show is considered a national pastime out in the North East and it went really big this year - over 600 show cars in over 50 classes were competing for trophies and cash prizes. The show was a great success and true inspiration for our team. We were so captivated by the thrill of seeing so many insane body works, engine mods, custom tail lights, suicide doors and sonorous exhaust systems at one place, that we kept our cameras to our faces nearly all day. Check out coverage from the event and let us know what cars you like best by leaving a comment!
Posted by Justin on 04 20th, 2011
Automotive market may be in for a hard summer as inventories of Japanese products continue to run short. Thus, Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. have told U.S. dealers that deliveries from Japan may not arrive until September. In the best scenario, Toyota and Nissan will begin full production a month after Japan’s Golden [...]
Posted by Justin on 04 14th, 2011
Design student from Dallas, Jeremy Westerlund, has overthrown the established views on how a car can look like with his Rolls-Royce Apparition concept. Blending the past and future of the luxury marque, the Apparition could be a good alternative to those who are not impressed with the Rolls-Royce Phantom and Ghost anymore. Like any true [...]
Posted by Justin on 02 28th, 2011
Next years are expected to be of a great attention to Cadillac Escalade as the automotive market will welcome a new generation of 2013 Cadillac Escalade. Web sources have already spreaded photos of this vehicle. The general appearance of new 2013 Cadillac Escalade presents the mix of elegance and fierce that will be for sure [...]
Posted by Justin on 02 16th, 2011
Chevrolet launched its high performance Camaro at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show. The modern iteration will use a version of the supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, which can be found in the Cadillac CTS-V and Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.Chevrolet officials estimate the engine will produce 550 horsepower and 550 pound-feet of torque. The 2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 [...]
Posted by Justin on 02 9th, 2011
The British automaker Mini has issued a press release, which details the appearance and specifications of the new compact crossover Countryman. Many specialists were waiting with a peculiar look for the release of this information. The fourth model in the company’s range will be a landmark — it is the first four-wheel drive car in [...]
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