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Ram Man Of Steel Power Wagon

With Man of Steel opening this week in theaters, it was about time some auto manufacturer cashed in, and who better than Dodge? With the Ram Man of Steel Power Wagon, the company is launching its special edition of the Power Wagon model that boasts black 17-inch wheels and Superman’s trademark symbol on the front and back (with the modern tweaks, of course). It’s a fully functional ride, which means it’ll bring all the specs you would expect from the Ram 1500 series truck, just with a flare of super-heroics. The plan is to tour this beast in promotion of Read More

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Team 67 Shelby GT 500

The Gumball 3,000 finished up on May 25, and while we’ll admit to being a little late to the party on this one, that does not mean we should just ignore it altogether, especially when a beauty like the Team 67 Shelby GT 500 was part of the proceedings. If you’re familiar with Gumball, then you know that it’s not a race per se, but a road trip adventure. And in the case of the Shelby that’s probably a good thing since at 355 horses and with its Ford TopLoader 4 speed, it couldn’t have been the fastest car at Read More

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Aston Martin CC100 Speedster

The Aston Martin CC100 Speedster is an impressive piece of machinery, rolled out just in time to help the famous car manufacturer celebrate its 100th anniversary. Unfortunately, it’s all concept at this point, so don’t expect the opportunity to purchase one any time soon, but for now, we’ll just sit back and take in the eye candy. If you were able to have one of your own, you could expect a lightweight, beautifully designed auto — inside and out — that is capable of achieving 0 to 62 miles per hour in under four seconds. The top rate of speed Read More

Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2014

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a luxury sedan with more technology than most of us laymen know how to handle. Radar, 3D cameras, LED in the back and the front with adjustable brightness, and even night vision! All of it combines for a car of the future that really begs the question: why do you even need the license? The cameras and radar are able to sense cars that are approaching too fast, either directly behind you or in the adjacent lanes. It sends warnings of when a backend collision is near and automatically activates brakes and hazard lights to cut Read More

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Lamborghini Egoista Concept

The Lamborghini Egoista does it all. Goes really fast, helps you to avoid the watchful and prying eyes of police, and takes many of its design cues from the military-grade Apache helicopter. There’s only one little problem. It’s just a concept. And considering the market for this type of car would be very, very small, we’re thinking it’ll stay that way for quite some time. However, what better way is there to celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the snootiest-with-good-reason car companies in existence? This concept features 600 horses to help you do the job right on a V10 Read More

Terrafugia TF-X

It’s been a couple of years since we’ve brought you an update on this flying car technology, but now’s as good a time as any, and there are a few new items of note with Terrafugia’s TF-X. For one, there are two models now instead of the one. Last time we brought it to you it was just The Transition. Now you can add TF-X, an upgrade, to the list. It’s also capable of speeds about 100 miles faster than its predecessor. A few more gap fill-ins: it should take the newbie about five hours to learn how to drive/fly Read More

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Porsche 2014 The Benchmark 911 Turbo

The Porsche 2014 911 Turbo is a brand new baddie from top-of-the-line German engineering. While boasting the same power that you have come to expect from the auto giants, this model has a few bonus features we think you’re going to like. For starters, there is the extra long chassis and LED lighting. Then, you’ve got the Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control anti-roll system and shiny 20-inch wheels. Put it all together, and you’ve got a gorgeous little monster that can do 200 miles per hour for a top speed and hit 0 to 60 in under three seconds. The S Read More

C7 Corvette Stingray

UPDATE: Pricing information came down the pike for the seventh generation, 2014 Corvette Stingray today. We originally brought this to you in January when it was all TBA. For your convenience, the details are below. Pricing starts at $51,995 (before the bells and whistles). The C7 Corvette Stingray marks the triumphant return of one of Chevrolet’s best-loved autos, and frankly, it’s hard to imagine a time when ol’ Sting looked any better than he does now. With 450 horses under the hood and around 450 lb-ft of torque, this incarnation brings with it plenty of power and handling capabilities. It Read More

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