AMS Lamborghini Huracan does 0-60 MPH in 1.4 seconds!

Modern hypercars like the Bugatti Chiron and Koenigsegg Jesko cost around $3 million and will do 0-60 mph in about 2.5 seconds. If you want to beat one of these heavyweights, you need an electric hypercar like the Lotus Evija or Rimac C_Two. However, what if you could beat them in a Lamborghini Huracan? AMS […]

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2022 Toyota GR 86 Convertible rendered: New sports coupe gets the angle-grinder treatment

A convertible variant of the Toyota GR 86 and twin under the skin Subaru BRZ has long been rumoured – now we know what one could look like. Following its recent and highly-publicised launch, our in-house Photoshop whiz Alex Misoyannis took the liberty of rendering a roofless rendition of the all-new sports coupe. This interpretation retains the car’s existing 2+2 seating layout, and sees a retractable soft-top stored above the boot. The front fascia and lower rear-end are unchanged.

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Ford Crown Victoria getting a 27-litre V12 tank engine swap

General Motors’ LS-series V8 engine has been a popular swap for a long time for those wanting easy and reliable power – but what do you do if you want to be a little different? One car builder in Sweden has decided his Ford Crown Victoria should instead be fitted with a 27-litre Rolls-Royce ‘Meteor’ V12, borrowed from a World War Two-era tank. Speaking to US publication Road & Track, Daniel Werner said the project was born from the heart, rather than the head.

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Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series approved by WHO as vaccine transporter

The Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series has been certified by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to transport COVID-19 vaccines, thanks to a medical-grade refrigerator. With some vaccines needing to be kept at constant low temperatures to be effective, Toyota has partnered with B Medical Systems to fit a fridge in the back of the LandCruiser Troopcarrier, to help get the vaccine to some of the most remote parts of the world.

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2021 Porsche Cayenne GTS review

Blessed be the gods of displacement. German carmaker Porsche neutered the once great Cayenne GTS, stripping it of its 4.8-litre V8 heart and soul, and replacing it in 2015 with a 3.6-litre twin-turbo V6. Sure, the new V6 was more powerful than its V8 predecessor, but it lacked the personality of the older V8, castrating what was once a theatrical response to the idea of a performance SUV.

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