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20 Feb 2015

Mercury-powered AMG Marauder GT S gets 3,100hp. And it’s not a typo.

So maybe you were disappointed when Mercedes-Benz and AMG downsized the Mercedes-AMG GT powerplant to 4.0 liters and 503hp. I mean, sure it’s much cheaper than any previous SLS at $129,000, but you can get a 707hp Challenger Hellcat for half that, a 580hp ZL1 Camaro is around $60,000 and the

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11 Feb 2015

Watch the Dubai Police bring their supercars out to play

It’s no secret the Dubai Police have the greatest fleet of police supercars in the world, beating even Italy and its cop Gallardos (and Huracan). What you might not know is that for the police of a Middle Eastern country, they seem to have a sense of humor in Dubai. Fun,

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10 Feb 2015

The Supercars of Monaco: 6 debuts scheduled for Top Marques

Top Marques Monaco probably doesn’t get the attention it should, probably because it’s the week after New York. While that means Monaco won’t get the next Audi Q7 introduction, it does leave room for smaller manufacturers to show off ultra-exotics in front of an audience willing and able to buy

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McLaren 675LT teaser
04 Feb 2015

Hear the new McLaren 675LT rip it up before the debut

Unlike Ferrari, McLaren is keeping the 675LT under wraps until its Geneva reveal. We do know that the LT designation means it’s an aerodynamic longtail with an airbrake, which McLaren says gives it 40% more downforce than a 650S. It will have more power, too–666hp. Which is the best power

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04 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB

Ferrari dropped a bomb with the announcement of the 488 GTB, an entirely new car. Maybe aware of what happened to Acura at Detroit when the Ford GT upstaged the NSX, they’re not keeping it secret until the official debut at Geneva. Instead, if you have a reveal scheduled you

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03 Feb 2015

Hotfix: Five Facts About The 2016 Ford Focus RS

  If you’re an American who was in any way aware of cars 10 years or so ago, your memories of small Fords are probably horribly tainted with names like “Tempo” and “Escort,” which were unbelievably awful. Not just dynamically, but mechanically, from the era of planned obsolescence when Detroit

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29 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: 1979 BMW M1 AHG

  BMW’s M1 was one of the biggest surprises in supercar history. In 1978, BMW’s lineup topped out with the 635CSi, which had a new 217hp 3.5-liter engine, and the year before you could only get up to 176hp. Suddenly in October of 1978 at the Paris Auto Show, here

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22 Jan 2015

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Corvette Callaway C12 hits eBay

NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Jr. has decided to part ways with his 1999 Corvette Callaway C12. Purchased in 2004, this C12 is number 18 of 19 total built by Callaway, and is bathed in a stunning BMW 287 Blue Pearl 3-step Glasurit finish. To match it’s radial looks, the C12 was fitted with a bored out 6.2

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15 Jan 2015

Hotfix: Four facts about the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

I was not entirely sure this car would exist. When the new Cadillac ATS-V makes 455hp from a twin-turbo V-6 and Ford is getting over 600hp out of their twin-turbo V-6s, a big ‘ol 6.2-liter V-8 in the 2016 Cadillac CTS-V must be a hard sell. In fact, GM President

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13 Jan 2015

Supercar Flashback: Lamborghini Espada

Maybe it’s because I first saw a photo of an Espada at a formative moment in my life*, but it’s always been one of the cars that defines “exotic” for me. Marcello Gandini at Bertone designed a gullwing concept car for Lamborghini called the Marzal in 1967, when Ferruccio Lamborghini wanted

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