Buy Steven Tyler’s Hennessey Venom GT Spyder, support charity

Steven Tyler was the first in the world with a Hennessey Venom GT Spyder, and now the Aerosmith front man’s car can be yours. It’s set to go under the hammer at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona and all proceeds from the sale will be donated to charity. Tyler first saw the Venom GT when the car made its debut…

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This Week’s Top Photos: The 2017 Detroit auto show edition

It was all about big and bold vehicles at the Detroit auto show this year, and they didn’t come much bigger and bolder than the Audi Q8 concept. The concept hints at a production vehicle of the same name coming in 2018 and features a larger footprint than the related Q7, a fastback roof and a plug-in hybrid system delivering 442 horsepower…

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After defeating an Aventador, Acura NSX faces off against the GT-R

The current Acura NSX is an interesting vehicle. It’s a sort of budget hypercar in that its not wearing an ungodly price tag (relatively speaking) yet it packs the combination of electric motors, batteries, and a gasoline engine that you’ll find in some of the world’s highest performing vehicles. Think of things like the McLaren P1, LaFerrari and…

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After defeating an Aventador, Acura NSX faces off against the GT-R

Audi to end WEC campaign after 2016, including Le Mans

Audi has confirmed earlier reports that it is about to end its participation in the World Endurance Championship. Audi will exit the sport at the end of the 2016 season, in the process ending 18 years of prototype racing. (The final race will be the 6 Hours of Bahrain on November 19.) During those years, Audi managed 13 wins in the prestigious 24…

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How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

People love to look back on the past with rose-colored glasses. We do this with everything from politics, to finance, to the world climate, and especially to automobiles. The thing is, cars today are better than ever and they’re only improving. That doesn’t mean the classics are bad. In fact, we love old school metal here. Still, it’s interesting…

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How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

People love to look back on the past with rose-colored glasses. We do this with everything from politics, to finance, to the world climate, and especially to automobiles. The thing is, cars today are better than ever and they’re only improving. That doesn’t mean the classics are bad. In fact, we love old school metal here. Still, it’s interesting…

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How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

People love to look back on the past with rose-colored glasses. We do this with everything from politics, to finance, to the world climate, and especially to automobiles. The thing is, cars today are better than ever and they’re only improving. That doesn’t mean the classics are bad. In fact, we love old school metal here. Still, it’s interesting…

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How the 2017 Camaro compares to the 1967 original

Lexus LC 500 spotted making great noises at the ‘Ring

There are many fun jobs out there. One of them is, without a doubt, logging thousands of test miles in new vehicles. That goes double when those test miles take place at Germany’s Nürburgring and you’re behind the wheel of the upcoming 2018 Lexus LC 500. A YouTube user spotted the car running hot laps at the Green Hell, and he captured some…

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This is a Hyundai Santa Fe that has over 1,000 horsepower

If you don’t know who Bisi Ezerioha is, you probably have at least heard of his tuning company. He runs a shop called Bisimoto, and it turns almost any vehicle out there into a high-horsepower road beast. Bisi and his team have cranked out crazy minivans, insane Porsches, and plenty more. Now, Hyundai has teamed up with Bisimoto to bring the world…

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This is a Hyundai Santa Fe that has over 1,000 horsepower

China’s Geely is new partner for Bloodhound land speed record team

The United Kingdom’s Bloodhound has secured vital funding from Chinese automaker Geely in order to complete its attempt on the world land speed record, scheduled to for South Africa in October 2017. Geely, which is the parent company to Volvo, has been named the prime sponsor of Bloodhound, as well as the team’s official automotive…

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China’s Geely is new partner for Bloodhound land speed record team