The Murcielago drifter in question races in Japan and is also fitted with a Liberty Walk widebody kit.
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.
Merc’s super saloon sure is one hell of a performer, but with a power deficit of 100 HP, can it hold its own against the Italian exotic?.
This remote-controlled LEGO Aventador SV tries its best to look like the original.
While we don’t purport to know what this Urus is all about, and there are two rumored options, it sounds like it still uses a twin-turbo V8.
A big, mid-engined supercar with 485 HP, rear-wheel drive and no fancy electronics to safeguard you; what could possibly go wrong?.
The Aventador is a bit long in the tooth but could stay with us until 2024, as its successor has reportedly been pushed back.
The new hypercar will allegedly feature a hybrid V12 engine pumping out 1000 HP and be priced at around $2.2 million.
Underground Racing’s Huracan has twin turbochargers and a strengthened dual-clutch ‘box, and can make bona fide hypercars eat its dust.
The DMC-X Urus Stage 1 kit makes the Italian SUV wider, faster and stronger for $60,000.
Thanks to forced induction, the Porsche enjoys a healthy torque advantage, but is that enough to give it the win?.
This lightly modified Huracan Performante crossed the half-mile line at 168 mph which, in our books, is pretty fast.