Month: February 2020

Bugatti only built 450 of its earth-shattering Veyron over a decade by the time production ended in 2015. Now, just four or so years into its production run, Bugatti has already built the 250th example of the Veyron’s successor, the Chiron. The 250th Chiron rolled out of the Bugatti atelier in Molsheim, France, earlier today, completing
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The GTS badge goes back a long way in the Porsche history—all the way back to 1963 and the Porsche 904 GTS coupe. The tiny, low-slung, mid-engine 904 GTS—for Gran Turismo Sport—was essentially a racing car with enough comfort and amenity to enable it to be driven on the road. Although not a road-going race
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Imagine building your project car with Dale Earnhardt Jr. ‘s old tachometer, Joey Logano’s rear axle, or Jimmie Johnson’s trailing arms. Well, you can. Used race-car parts are out there, and you don’t have to wake up for an early morning auction to find them. Quicker than a race car can be built, it can
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You needn’t be an experienced computer hacker to fool a car’s sensor-based driver-assist systems—you simply need a projector. Apparently, that’s all it takes to trick a Tesla equipped with Autopilot 2.5 hardware or any vehicle using 630 Pro driver-assist tech from supplier Mobileye. Ben Nassi, a Ph.D. student at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, discovered
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If fast cars, big stars, and plentiful explosions are what draw you into the Fast and Furious films, then you’re going to love the trailer for the latest film in the long-running franchise. Known simply as F9, the movie looks as explosive as ever, with Dodge Chargers jumping off cliffs, fighter jets, and even a rocket-powered
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