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On a cold morning in Russia, competitors in the Moscow Unlimited Standing Mile event readied for action, seeking the ultimate speed from their tuned missiles. One competitor, piloting a 1,800 hp Nissan GT-R by Oberlin, Ohio, based tuners Switzer Performance, sought to claim the title as "world's fastest GT-R." Completing the mile in a reported 22.602 seconds, the machine nicknamed "Goliath" hit 250 mph to become the undisputed tsar of the GT-Rs.Read More »from Watch the fastest Nissan GT-R in the world hit 250 mph in 22.6 seconds
As a former staff sergeant with the 82nd Airborne Division of the U.S. Army, Kelly Fromm knows all too well the risks our military face. On Christmas Day in 2007, Fromm's good friend Sgt. Joseph Tutten was killed in Iraq, leading the then retired Fromm to pay tribute to his lost comrade by creating a patriotic-themed Chevy Camaro, named Veteran 1.
After auctioning off the car, Fromm donated all the proceeds to the Active Dogs Academy Service Dog Foundation (ADASDF), a non-profit that provides service dogs to wounded veterans. Fromm himself received a dog for free in 2009 after a four-year wait due to primary lateral sclerosis, a disease that forced his medically retirement from the army, but it costs the organization $30,000 to train each animal. The goal was to help fund the organization so they can continue helping veterans in need.
And his mission continues, now focused on a new assignment – an 850-hp one that will top Veteran 1 in every way.Read More »from How an 850-hp Chevy Camaro helps wounded veterans in need
This "glow-in-the-dark" Lamborghini Aventador made its way around the inter-web earlier this year when its owner, Nasser Al-Thani, a 24-year old member of Qatar's ruling family, drove around London without the proper insurance documents, causing local police to seize the vehicle and tow it. This photo of the Tron-like machine, taken by Reece Garside Photography, is parked next to something equally ostentatious: A black and gold Bugatti Veyron. Do you think the driver in the car to the left feels a little inferior? If you have a photo to share, please add it to Motoramic's Flickr group, or send us a message via Twitter, Facebook, or Google+.Read More »from Only in London: Flickr photo of the day
Rumors of the McLaren P1's speed have been circulating for months, despite no official word being given. Now, however, McLaren has unleashed a mountain of stats to lay its claim as the king of the hypercars, desperate to prove its superiority over Porsche's new Nurburgring record-holder and Ferrari's 963 hp one-named monster.
The P1 is not just fast — it's ballistic.Read More »from McLaren P1 speeds to 124 mph as quick as a hot hatch hits 60
When Lamborghini brought us the Veneno earlier this year in Geneva, the four-of-a-kind, multi-million dollar alien creation was pre-purchased by three well-heeled buyers, with the fourth calling Lamborghini's museum its home. The gaudy supercar was formed in celebration of the mad Italian automaker's 50th birthday. And that, we presumed, would be the end of the story.
But as these leaked photographs show, a topless Veneno is preparing for its inauguration, and according to Top Gear, it will be priced at a staggering $5.3 million.Read More »from Lamborghini Veneno Roadster throws away its top for $5.3 million
Let's start by saying this creative expression has nothing to do with breast cancer awareness month or any other moral cause. No, rapper Nicki Minaj painted her $400,000 Lamborghini Aventador (and its Forgiato wheels) her trademark shade of pink because it's, like, totally blazin', or something — and it goes with her pink Bentley and pink Range Rover.
Note to self: Never, ever sell a car to Nicki Minaj. Unless you want it comprehensively ruined.Read More »from This is why you should never sell a car to Nicki Minaj
We live in a world where natural and man-made disasters run rampant. I'm not talking about Congress alone; from large-scale events such as typhoons and earthquakes, to localized disasters like house fires and flooding, the morning news often arrives filled with calamities.
But we needn't worry: Romania has the answer. And it comes in the form of a gigantic Hummer-like machine that can withstand anything the hand of God can cast.
Ghe-O Motors of Romania has created the Rescue — a 3.2 ton truck that makes the original Hummer look like a first-gen Mini. It comes with a gasoline or diesel engine, and the various iterations top out at either 500 hp or 340 hp, respectively. As the name suggests, it's designed to rescue people from any and all situations. Presumably it's also capable of overcoming an army of Martian fighting-machines designed to kill Tom Cruise.
It's marketed for military application, medical support as well as for firefighters, boasting a 163-gallon water tank. It even sports pneumatic airbags on the wheels that inflate to provideRead More »from Romania’s answer to the Hummer prepares for the end of the world
After its shock reveal at the New York auto show, the 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28 stands as one of the most anticipated machines of the year. GM promised new heights of performance, and an unrelenting dedication to make the car worthy of its legendary name, and challenge some of the world's best. We got the chance to take a Z/28 deep dive at GM's Milford Proving Grounds, and ride shotgun in one of its development mules on the venue's test track. Is it everything that was promised?Read More »from Riding in the new 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28, a factory-bred street racer
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