The Lambo replica is powered by a twin-turbocharged, 5.7-liter Corvette V8 and its bodywork was created by just three cheap 3D printers.
The key in question was first recalled by General Motors in June 2014, yet an employee discovered it was still available as a replacement.
Good thing BMW has no plans whatsoever of building such a thing, because…. well, it just doesn’t make sense.
It may be seven years old, but this wildly modified Grand Cherokee is one of the craziest Jeeps out there.
The Nexo’s exhaust emits water and 99.9 per cent filtered oxygen – or else the runner would suffocate.
After a full restoration process, the old mechanical parts are ditched in favor of all-electric powertrains and tech like Wi-Fi .
Nothing in this pile reminds us of a 458, as it’s been completely destroyed, but someone has decided to put it up for auction.
The truck driver apparently pushed the gas pedal instead of the brake.
The Toyota 86 GT with the Dynamic Performance Package is a hoot to drive, despite showing its age in certain areas.
Could Mazda bring back the RX nameplate that was killed off in 2012, probably with some kind of electrification? We sure hope so.