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A Miami-born car fanatic, Jeff began writing and attending auto shows while still in high school. As much as he loves the run-of-the-mill supercar, his dream would be to compete in a bare-knuckle rally stage behind the wheel of a Lancia Stratos.

Here’s How the New ‘Top Gear’ Should Really Look

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Maybe I’m jumping the gun here, but I’m not fully convinced that six hosts and one Stig will make for an extremely watchable new Top Gear. Yes, we all still wish it was still Clarkson, Hammond, and May, but often if you punch your coworkers, you’ll be out of a job. But I digress. Continue Reading »

The 2016 Lexus IS 200T is Refined, Refreshed, and Really Good

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Big engines are dying; it’s a sad fact of life. You can either pretend to ignore it (like some companies), or evolve and adapt to the ever-changing market. For Toyota—or more specifically Lexus—that engine evolution came later than sooner. Continue Reading »

BAC Wants to Make a More Practical, Yet Still Bonkers Three-Seat Supercar

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This is a BAC Mono. It’s a supercar by any stretch of the imagination. But what separates the Mono from the current crop of supercars is its single-seat, open-top layout. Somewhat impractical, slated mostly for track use, BAC wants to expand its lineup and its reach. Continue Reading »

Chevrolet Heats Up Chicago With New Camaro 1LE—Now With V6 and V8

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With the brisk winter air beating down on the poor, unsuspecting Chicago Auto Show goers, Chevy hopes that its new reveal will bring some warmth to McCormick Place. And why shouldn’t it? The 2017 Camaro 1LE looks hot, and comes in two new flavors. Continue Reading »

Star Wars and Sci-Fi Fans Should Drool Over This Modern Speeder Concept

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As good as the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens film was, you can’t deny its blatant lack of Speeders (spoiler!). You know, the hovering bikes used by both the Empire and the Republic that play a crucial part in the franchise? Yup, those are the ones. Continue Reading »

Chevrolet Might Already Show Off Its New Camaro 1LE This Week

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RS, SS, 1LE, and so on seems to be the natural progression in the Camaro lineup as of late. With the former two already on the market last year, fans knew it was only a matter of time before Chevy delivered a new 1LE—we just didn’t know when or where. Continue Reading »

Ferrari Waves Goodbye to Aging FF, Introduces Powerful New GTC4Lusso

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“We’ll never build an SUV!” said Ferrari Chairman Sergio Marchionne as he slammed his fist down emphatically. But why should Ferrari build an SUV? Especially when they have something as wonderfully beautiful as this—the new GTC4Lusso. Or in human speak, a Ferrari sportwagon (of sorts). Continue Reading »

A Ferrari SUV Won’t Happen As Long As Marchionne is Still In Charge

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‘Outspoken’ is a relatively safe term to describe Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne. The Chrysler head and recently-appointed Ferrari boss spoke candidly on a recent phone interview with financial analysts in regards to an SUV. Continue Reading »

You Definitely Won’t Be Able to Buy A 2016 COPO Camaro

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It’s pretty easy to see that the 2016 Chevy Camaro is gonna be an absolute winner, what with its updated suspension and powerful V8. But you have no idea just how desirable its drag-prepped COPO version is until you look at the order forms. Continue Reading »

Watch the Audi R8 Channel Its Inner Rocket Ship In Latest Super Bowl Spot

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The great David Bowie once said, “I’m an instant star. Just add water and stir.” For Audi, the possibility of having an “instant star” in the new R8 supercar is something execs are betting on. So much so, in fact, that Audi spent more than a few millions of dollars for this one ad spot. Continue Reading »