Soundracer has been out for a couple years, and while it gets a lot of guff from the performance community, it is actually a fun little toy if you can find one for around $30 or so (Amazon). It works by plugging into your 12-volt power receptacle, and reading the alternator in order to produce a high performance engine soundtrack, then playing sounds over top your existing engine through an FM station on your stereo system. Continue reading Add a High Performance Soundtrack to Your Engine
A wealthy Chinese businessman shipped his Lamborghini Gallardo out for repair last November 29th, 2010, after the supercar coughed up a case of the ‘I don’t wanna start’s’. The authorized dealership that took the car in was unable to get it running, so they shipped it back to the owner in the same dysfunctional condition, except with the addition of a smashed bumper that occurred during transport. Continue reading How to ‘Hammer’ Out A Problem with Lamborghini
Even though I’m not what you would call a huge Saab fan, every once in a while they produce something with an understated charm.
From Road & Track comes a comparison between the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 (392 cubic-inch big block) and Shelby Ford Mustang GT350. While not much of a true comparison of these road warriors, the video features enough burning rubber and supercharger whine to be well worth your three minutes.
(Story and Photo via Road & Track)
The Honda X-Track is a two-seater vehicle is powered by a hybrid engine and it can be used in 2 modes: street mode and track mode dreamed up by designer Nikita Kalinin.
The Maybach Exelero is a high-performance sports car designed and built by German luxury car manufacturer Maybach presented in May 2005 in Berlin, Germany.
Not many make it past the drawing board, but every once in a while automakers produce the odd working prototype of concept cars.
The Dodge Viper is crude, rude, loud, unsophisticated, unsafe, inconvenient, impractical, ridiculous, and I have to say one of the most enjoyable vehicles I have ever driven. With today’s technological brand of super-car, it is not often that one gets to drive their own vehicle without the intervention of a computer. Where the only thing standing between you and the road is your foot, brain, and 600 horsepower, 560 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading 2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10 Review
The Dodge Charger has lived a fairytale of success and failure since its introduction in 1966. It went from a rather modest first generation family cruiser, to a stylish and meaty second generation (1968-1970) coupe that would become one of the most highly sought after, recognized, and legendary muscle cars of all time (Dukes of Hazard, Bullitt, etc). Continue reading 2009 Dodge Charger R/T Review