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Brabus 800 is a race-ready track toy masquerading as an E-Class luxury sedan

Brabus 800 is a race-ready track toy masquerading as an E-Class luxury sedan

German high-performance tuning specialist Brabus has unleashed its newest 800 model based on the facelifted 2021 Mercedes-AMG E63 S sedan. Brabus recently unveiled the 500, a seventh-gen Mercedes S-Class with a 500-horsepower inline-six engine. And now, it’s the E-Class’s turn to take the spotlight, and it’s carrying a mightier stick than its Brabus 500 stablemate.

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The Lamborghini Urus’ high-speed ice record is now official

The Lamborghini Urus’ high-speed ice record is now official

Last March, the Lamborghini Urus set a new top speed record at the Days of Speed event on top of frozen Lake Baikal. The Lambo Urus set the 1,000-meter record by garnering a top speed of 185.17 mph (298 km/h) and an average speed from a standing start of 70.84 mph (114 km/h), highly impressive given the icy and slippery track conditions.

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Toyota TRD Camry Next Gen is ready for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series

Toyota TRD Camry Next Gen is ready for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series

After two years of development, Toyota recently unveiled the Next Gen TRD Camry for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series. Interestingly, Toyota is the only manufacturer to have three vehicles competing in NASCAR: The Supra in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NFX); the Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS); and the TRD Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS).

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Brembo introduces G Sessanta Concept brake caliper for motorcycles

Brembo introduces G Sessanta Concept brake caliper for motorcycles

Italian braking expert Brembo is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. Commemorating this glorious event is the brand’s newest brake caliper concept for motorcycles. The latest G Sessanta Concept is unlike any brake caliper you’ve seen before. Embodying the desirable traits of a genuine concept, G Sessanta is Brembo’s vision for the future of mobility.

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The Citroën Ami Cargo is an electric microvan for small business errands

The Citroën Ami Cargo is an electric microvan for small business errands

You’ve probably heard of the Citroën Ami EV, a micro EV that’s small enough to be driven by 14-year-old teeny boppers without a full driving license – in France, at least. Nevertheless, the Ami is a brilliant and dirt-cheap city car with a conscience. And now, Citroën has unveiled the microvan version of the Ami, which makes it doubly desirable.

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2021 Torsus Praetorian has improved features and military-grade body panels

2021 Torsus Praetorian has improved features and military-grade body panels

The 2021 Torsus Praetorian remains the world’s most formidable and most capable 4x4 bus. Yes, the Praetorian is a bus, but it can do more than pick up or drop off passengers at the next stop. It’s a hardcore, battle-ready, and supremely off-road-ready apocalypse machine with room for up to 35 passengers and heavy-duty equipment.

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Swiss car builder Morand is building its first hypercar in hybrid and electric versions

Swiss car builder Morand is building its first hypercar in hybrid and electric versions

Switzerland-based automaker Morand Cars is building its first hypercar. Aptly named the Morand Hypercar, it will arrive by mid-2023, offering a choice of two powertrain options: Hybrid and all-electric.

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Hyundai and Genesis vehicles to feature standard rear-occupant alert technology

Hyundai and Genesis vehicles to feature standard rear-occupant alert technology

In cooperation with the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) annual ‘Look Before You Lock’ pediatric heatstroke prevention campaign, South Korean automaker Hyundai and its Genesis luxury arm will now offer rear-occupant alert technologies as standard in its vehicle lineup.

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Viritech Apricale is a hydrogen-powered hypercar that stores hydrogen in its chassis

Viritech Apricale is a hydrogen-powered hypercar that stores hydrogen in its chassis

British startup Viricale has presented its hydrogen-powered Apricale hypercar as a viable alternative to all-conquering electric supercars like the Pininfarina Battista, Rimac C_Two, and Lotus Evija.

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This fully-restored Mazda MX-81 Aria Concept previews a glorious past

This fully-restored Mazda MX-81 Aria Concept previews a glorious past

There’s a funny story behind the Mazda MX-81 Aria Concept you see here. It debuted at the 1981 Tokyo Motor Show as Mazda’s first experimental concept vehicle (MX is for Mazda eXperimental). Designed by Marc Dechamps of Italian coachbuilder Bertone, the MX-81 Aria is a fusion of quirky 80’s Japanese engineering and gorgeous Italian styling.

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2021 Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition gets new exterior and interior updates

2021 Infiniti Q50 Signature Edition gets new exterior and interior updates

The 2021 Infiniti Q50 is getting long in the tooth. Unveiled in 2014, Infiniti has given its Q50 sport-luxury sedan a welcome update with the Signature Edition. Based on the new-for-2021 Q50 Sensory trim, Infiniti gave the Signature Edition premium Saddle Brown leather upholstery and a dark chrome front grille.

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2022 Genesis G70 2.0T costs $1525 more, V6 turbo model gets price cut

2022 Genesis G70 2.0T costs $1525 more, V6 turbo model gets price cut

Genesis unveiled the refreshed 2022 G70 sport-luxury sedan in October last year. Even though the G70 is among the first Genesis models to land stateside, it’s the last to inherit the brand’s ‘Athletic Elegance’ design philosophy after refreshing the G80, G90, and unveiling the all-new GV80 SUV.

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