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McLaren F1 put up for sale by company – just one

McLaren F1 put up for sale by company – just one

One of if not the most highly regarded original supercars, the McLaren F1, has been brought back to sale by McLaren itself. This vehicle is chassis #069, what the company suggests was "one of the very last produced", and this one is coming in "Concours Condition." The vehicle has less than 2,800 miles on it (from new) and will be sold with the watch this line of vehicles was originally presented with as well as "the correct numbered McLaren F1 book" - that's the LM Edition of the book "Driving Ambition". Just 64 roadcar examples of this vehicle were ever produced - 106 F1 vehicles total. This vehicle is set to fetch a pretty penny.

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New Audi TT RS Coupe and TT RS Roadster pack new 400hp 5-cylinder

New Audi TT RS Coupe and TT RS Roadster pack new 400hp 5-cylinder

Audi is rolling out the most powerful TT ever with new Coupe and Roadster designs debuting at the Beijing Motor Show. The heart of the TT RS Coupe and Roadster is the new 5-cylinder 400hp engine that makes 354 lb-ft of torque. The 400hp output is 60hp more than the previous model. All that power and torque goes to the road via the famous Audi Quattro all-wheel drive system and a 7-speed S tronic transmission.

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2016 Chevrolet Cruze First Drive

2016 Chevrolet Cruze First Drive

Automakers of the world underestimate the engineering acumen of General Motors at their own peril. After decades of less-than-stellar entry-level sedans wearing the Chevy badge, GM got serious about the compact segment in 2011 when it brought the Chevrolet Cruze to dealerships across America. Finally, here was an affordable Bowtie-wearing commuter that didn't just look good, but offered a driving experience on par with the Japanese rivals that had dominated small car sales for so many years.

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Ford GT configurator opens letting us lust after Ford’s supercar

Ford GT configurator opens letting us lust after Ford’s supercar

Ford has been teasing us with the Ford GT supercar for a while now. The new GT has a racing version that has been hitting tracks around the world already and 500 folks that can afford a car that is expected to start at $400,000 will get the chance to own one. For we normal folks, as close as we will come to owning a Ford GT is playing with the car configurator.

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Ford Fusion Autonomous vehicles use LiDAR to see in the dark

Ford Fusion Autonomous vehicles use LiDAR to see in the dark

For autonomous vehicles that will operate in the city, driving at night means that they will most likely have light to drive by. Anyone who has ever driven in a rural area with no streetlights on a night with little or no moonlight knows just how dark it can get. To help autonomous cars operate safely Ford's Fusion Hybrid autonomous research vehicle has LiDAR sensors that allow it to see in the dark.

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Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-in Hybrid gets power from other cars

Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-in Hybrid gets power from other cars

Volvo has been making safe cars for decades and one of its latest automobiles is the XC90 T8 Twin Engine Hybrid and as you expect with a hybrid car it can get power from the gas motor or the electric system. Combined the gas and electric motors inside the XC90 T8 produce 400hp making this one of the most powerful Volvo cars ever built. Volvo has devised a very interesting system that allows this plug-in hybrid to get power from other cars.

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Nissan GT-R sets drift record at 189 mph

Nissan GT-R sets drift record at 189 mph

Nissan has announced that it has entered the Guinness World Records book with a very special GT-R for the fastest drift ever. Masato Kawabata, a Japanese drift champion for the Japanese drifting series, piloted the specially tuned Nissan GT-R. The record was set at the Fujairah International Airport, UAE. The 2016 GT-R used for the record setting run is far from stock.

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Android Auto launches in 18 new countries

Android Auto launches in 18 new countries

Android Auto has been around in the US for a long time now so it is easy to forget that the automotive OS isn't available all around the world just yet. Google has announced that Android Auto is now available in 18 more countries around the world. That means that drivers in these countries can get control over compatible apps on their phone from the car infotainment system.

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Porsche 911 GT3 seat becomes the coolest office chair

Porsche 911 GT3 seat becomes the coolest office chair

If you have ever looked at the cool seats inside a sports car like a Porsche 911 GT3 and though you would like to have one of those for a chair, you aren't alone. In fact it seems enough people had that same exact though over at Porsche that the company decided to do just that. You can buy an office chair with the exact original equipment sport seat right out of the current Porsche 911 Carrera GTS or 911 GT3.

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Nissan Navara truck hides an 800hp GT-R heart

Nissan Navara truck hides an 800hp GT-R heart

We love it when carmakers get wacky and build cars or trucks that have insane amount of power for no good reason other than they can. Such was the case last summer when Nissan rolled out the Juke-R 2.0 that packed away an engine right out of a GT-R. You could buy the Juke-R if you had the money and inclination to do so. A company called Severn Valley Motorsports in Shropshire has taken Nissan's lead and crammed the GT-R engine inside a truck.

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Roborace racing series is for cars with no drivers

Roborace racing series is for cars with no drivers

With autonomous cars, becoming more and more prevalent as the years go by it's no surprise that someone wants to see these driverless cars race. A racing series called Roborace will do just that when it debuts late in 2016 or early next year. The cars used in the series are electric, custom made, and very cool looking. They have four wheels and are covered with sensors and antennas.

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Jaguar to build Nine 1957 XKSS continuation models

Jaguar to build Nine 1957 XKSS continuation models

Jaguar is making one of the coolest and most exclusive cars that it has offered since 1957. The new car is called the XKSS and the run started in 1957 with 25 planned, only 16 of those original cars were built before a tragic fire destroyed the rest of the cars. Jag now plans to build the nine outstanding XKSS cars promising that they will be completely authentic and crafted to the highest quality.

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