🏎️ Corvette E-Ray: America's Answer to the 911 Turbo?
PLUS: Exorcist Camaro, 306 KM/H M3, and MORE
The Corvette ERay has officially started entering production and with that the first drive reviews are coming in. This is a car that I’m personally VERY excited for. It’s the first AWD Corvette and it takes the essence of a Corvette, but matches it with on-demand torque of an electric motor.
Are you excited for the Corvette ERay?
As a follow-up to last issue’s poll, we saw that 62.5% of readers believed that the V12 would be SAVED. They believe that Ferrari and Lamborghini will keep at least one V12 Halo car.
"The Corvette E-Ray: A Masterpiece of Performance and Innovation at Half the Price!"
The Corvette E-Ray is an exciting sports car that brings unattainable speed and performance to the masses. This electrified version of the popular Corvette model is capable of out-accelerating most vehicles in its class, while still delivering decent fuel economy and daily driver comfort. With a hybrid powertrain, the E-Ray is able to make more power without the associated noise and vibration of traditional sports cars. It offers excellent track potential and features all-wheel drive. The car's performance is on par with multi-million dollar machines, making it a jack-of-all-trades. The electric aspect of the E-Ray adds an extra 160 horsepower for a total of 650, making it a true beast on the road. Overall, the Corvette E-Ray is a masterful creation that sets a new standard for performance cars.
"The 2024 Acura Integra Type S Transmission: Prepare to be Blown Away!"
The 2024 Acura Integra Type S is set to revolutionize the driving experience with its impressive transmission system. In an article published by The A.V. Club, the author expresses their enthusiasm for this new release. They state that the transmission of the Integra Type S will make believers out of car enthusiasts, particularly when it comes to Honda's manuals. The article emphasizes the hype surrounding this car and how it lives up to expectations. It mentions that the transmission is the highlight of the Integra Type S, and that it sets a new standard for performance and driving pleasure. The author concludes by stating that the Integra Type S is a game-changer in the automotive industry, and it will surely impress anyone lucky enough to get behind the wheel.
We’re keeping with the corvette theme here. A c1 is NOT something you hear about that often.
"Get Ready to Shine with the One-of-a-Kind 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS in Explosive Gold!"
Get ready to be dazzled by the one-of-a-kind 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. This stunning car is currently up for sale in the United States, with a price tag of $599,995. What sets this particular GT2 RS apart from the rest is its eye-catching Chromaflair Explosive Gold paint job, a color that reportedly costs over $100,000. The gold paint is accentuated by carbon fiber accents, matte black magnesium wheels, and gloss black brake calipers with gold Porsche lettering. Underneath the hood, you'll find the optional Weissach package, which includes additional carbon fiber components, titanium, and magnesium wheels. The interior of the car is more understated, featuring black Alcantara and leather with gold contrast stitching. With only 2,450 miles on the clock, this limited edition Porsche is a true collector's item.
"Manhart Turbocharges BMW's M2 Competition to an Astounding 715 Horsepower!"
German tuner Manhart has unveiled its latest package for the BMW M2 Competition, and it's a real beast. The previous-generation M2 has been transformed into a hardcore two-seater that boasts a whopping 715 horsepower, thanks to a modified twin-turbo 3.0-liter engine. To handle the extra power, Manhart has made several hardware upgrades, including upgraded turbos, a custom intercooler, and a stainless-steel exhaust. The car also features a giant rear wing, carbon fiber accents, and mint green contrasting accents for added visual drama. Inside, there are Recaro Sportster CS bucket seats and a mint green roll cage. With its impressive power and aggressive design, this modified M2 is sure to turn heads.
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It’s a 2,000+ Horsepower Porsche. You have to watch how fast this thing is. I often see cars in the 1500-1700 HP range. This is another level.
"The Ferrari 458: A Modern Supercar with Timeless Appeal - Find Out Why!"
The Ferrari 458 has become a highly sought-after collectible car, standing out among modern supercars for its staying power and popularity. Despite being relatively mass-produced, the 458 has captured the attention of enthusiasts and continues to draw more attention than its successors like the faster and more capable 488. The 458 Italia saw a 20 percent growth in average value from March 2021 to June 2023, compared to a 16 percent growth for the 488 GTB in the same period. The 458's appeal can be attributed to its role as the end of an era, being the last Ferrari to feature a naturally aspirated V-8 engine. It also introduced technological advancements like direct injection and a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The 458's customizable options and high-revving natural aspiration set it apart from its successors and make it a unique and desirable collectible among Ferrari enthusiasts and collectors.
"Hennessey Unleashes the Jaw-Dropping Final Edition Exorcist Camaro ZL1 with 1000 Horsepower!"
Hennessey, the Texas tuner known for its high-performance vehicle modifications, is building a "Final Edition" of the Exorcist Camaro ZL1. The limited edition model will consist of 57 examples, a reference to the year the Camaro debuted in 1966. The Exorcist Final Edition boasts an impressive 1000 horsepower and features a supercharger, custom camshaft, ported heads, and high-flow catalytic converters. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds and has a top speed of 217 mph. Hennessey refers to the Exorcist as "the Z/28 Camaro that GM refused to build." The price for the package is listed as "inquire," with the additional cost for the donor Camaro ZL1 starting at $54,950.
"Misha Charoudin Apologizes to Tesla after Experiencing the Incredible Track Pack Upgrade on Model S Plaid"
Race driver and Nürburgring driving instructor, Misha Charoudin, has apologized to Tesla after test driving a stock Model S Plaid and criticizing its suspension and brakes. However, after experiencing the Model S Plaid with the Track Package upgrade, Charoudin has changed his opinion. The Track Package includes track-ready brakes and tires, the ability to reach a top speed of 200 mph, and other performance enhancements. Charoudin praised the upgraded Model S Plaid for being more stable, refined, and playful in corners, and he no longer felt unsafe driving it. He also noted that the braking performance was excellent. However, Charoudin mentioned that the car's weight was noticeable in corners, resulting in body roll and punishing the tires. Despite this, the Track Package has significantly improved the car's performance on the Nürburgring.
"Reviving History: Our Exhilarating Drive in the First-Ever Street-Legal Porsche 356/1!"
The article describes the experience of driving the 356/1, the first street-legal Porsche ever made. The author expresses enthusiasm and excitement about the opportunity to drive such an iconic car. They describe the car as "pretty and sweet," with a dapper silver and red exterior. Despite its small size and vintage features, the author feels confident and glamorous while driving the car. The article also provides some historical context, explaining that the 356/1 was the first car built by Porsche under its own name and how it went through various modifications and owners before being reacquired by Porsche in 1958. Overall, the author's enthusiastic tone conveys their admiration for the 356/1 and the significance of this historic vehicle.
"AC Schnitzer's Modified BMW M3 Touring Blazes to 306 KM/H in Impressive Speed Test"
AC Schnitzer, the well-known BMW tuner, recently tested its modified M3 Touring on the Continental Papenburg 3000 speed track in Germany. The result? An impressive top speed of 306 km/h (190 mph)! AC Schnitzer upgraded the car's engine to a whopping 602 horsepower and 750 Newton-meters of torque, allowing it to reach this incredible speed. The M3 Touring also boasted a reduced sprint time, reaching 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.5 seconds and 124 mph (200 km/h) in only 10.8 seconds. Despite its weight of 1,940 kilograms (4,276 pounds), the M3 Touring proved to be a powerful and fast family wagon. For BMW enthusiasts looking for a high-performance wagon, AC Schnitzer's modified M3 Touring is an excellent choice.
"Discover the Ugliest American Car Ever Made: Which Model Takes the Crown?"
Are you ready to discuss the ugliest American cars of all time? Well, buckle up because we're about to dive into the realm of unappealing design choices. While American automakers have created some stunning vehicles over the years, not every model has been fortunate enough to be blessed with good looks. So, what's the worst of the bunch? Sure, the Pontiac Aztek is an obvious pick with its snout-like front end and lumpy proportions, but we're looking for suggestions beyond the obvious. Perhaps the bug-eyed AMC Pacer with its strange hood and bulbous cabin deserves the crown. Or maybe the Mustang MKII ruined the perfectly-designed muscle car. Personally, I believe the Taurus wagon of the late 1990s takes the cake for being the ugliest Ford. Its weirdly-shaped windows, squished down nose, and small headlights just don't do it for me. Now it's your turn – let us know in the comments section which American car you believe deserves the title of the ugliest of all time, and we'll round up the top contenders next week. Get ready for a slideshow of automotive monstrosities!
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