That Didn’t Take Long: First Lexus LFA for Sale on eBay(Dec 15, 2011)kevin- lexus already loses money by selling the lfa straight from the dealerships. Toyota would in turn lose that money, theoretically, but they already sell so many cars that it really equates out to no net losses or gains.
The DIY Eco-Friendly Zoleco Concept Car from Canada(Dec 14, 2011)yeah. just so all of you know, that 151 mpg is nowhere near what it will realistically get. with BMWs new i8, it claims to get 100mpg's, but really only gets about 40-50 based on the way normal people drive. so that 151 will probably translate into about 65-75 mpg.
Stunning Private Supercar Collection in Japan (Dec 14, 2011)alright, this dude has way too much money, but at least he has the sense to spend it on something awesome. and seriously, why get a maybach? that brand s seriously losing money for merc.
A Bad Day for Ferraris in Japan(Dec 05, 2011)three rules of the road:
1) dont recklessesly drive at all
2) if you choose to drive recklessesly, dont do it on the highway or at high speeds. ever.
3) please dont let anyone see that you have wrecked you ferrari driving recklessesly. that is social suicide, as well as financial suicide.
Report: Porsche Supercar to be Based on Audi R8(Nov 09, 2011)I hate to break it to ya brad, but GM doesn't own VW, the company owning porsche. I highly doubt that first off the american government would allow that, or that VW would accept their terms, considering that GM has almost gone under multiple times since 08
SEMA 2011: Dodge Challenger ACR is What Awesome Looks Like(Nov 02, 2011)yeah they should try and put more power out. but i remember maybe a year or two ago in i think it was motor trend, there was an article where they tested a supposedly 700 horses version of this versus the hennessey camaro and a suped up shelby, and the challenger had all sorts of problems, besides the fact that it didnt put out the power chrysler said it would.
Comrade, Where’s My Car?(Oct 22, 2011)this really really scares me if a world war three were to happen. sure american weaponry and technology is better right now, but it worries me that russia has this much weaponry.
Ferrari Concept Celeritas is Attracting Attention(Oct 16, 2011)idk how low the seats sit, or how high the front glass is, but this looks like a good car, as long as you head is protected. definitely a concept geared for places like orange county california, somewhere like that.
Chevrolet Looks To 2030 With EN-V Concept(Oct 15, 2011)ok clayton i take offense to that, because I just turned 18 recently, and I absolutely have no problem going out and driving a ferrari or other gas guzzlers out there. I just dont want to drive them all the time to save myself some money.
The Convertible Camaro Tuned by GeigerCars(Oct 13, 2011)if the car had black wheels or grey wheels, it would be tight shane. but of course the artist had to go all out and go with not only an off color orange, but orange wheels.
Vilner Brings Back the Discontinued Saturn Sky(Oct 11, 2011)yeah Tyson, it was pretty much a soltice, maybe with a few teaks on the exterior/interior. That would be the case, considering they were both GM brand car companies. And this author is wrong, Hummer wasnt discontinued by GM, it was sold by them to a chinese company.
Another New ‘Ring Record, From Another Viper ACR(Sep 15, 2011)Ok... I will agree that the lifts do look outdated, but if people still fantasize over it, still buy it*, and it is still raced with the same designed body, why should they change it?
*for those who can afford it
Another New ‘Ring Record, From Another Viper ACR(Sep 15, 2011)Lexus v. Viper, maybe. Zonda v. Viper, no way bro. There is no way you can compare those two. They're in separate classes of cars. The Zonda is a hypercar, the viper a supercar/ musclecar.
Official: Ford Focus RS Confirmed(Aug 09, 2011)They need to bring it here, but if they don't, some people better start buying them wherever it will be sold and shipping them over here for others to see.
Mitsubishi Lancer AWD Version Looking To Reach 100,000 Units(Aug 09, 2011)Well from what I've seen on British TopGear, the VIII also had a maintenance schedule of every 4,500 miles you had to take it in for servicing, while the tires only lasted about 4,000 on average. Also it had way to big a turbo/ way too much turbo for
Transformers’ Bumblebee Cruze Crashes into China(Jul 27, 2011)Well I hope we can agree on this: it nowhere near looks like bumblebee ( obviously), and the Chinese I'm sure are going to love it because well, it looks stupid and probably doesnt go that fast.
Lotus Elise Leaking Oil, Bourgeoisie Concerned(Jul 27, 2011)Well, considering that after five or six years, yes the oil line probably did get a bit damaged, it does look a bit better to me than what it could've been. Now, if it was a brand new model, I would definitely be concerned.