Since Leno is out of a job, he now has more time to spend working on his YouTube hit series “Jay Leno’s Garage.” We’ve seen the wild and the wonderful in his garage before, but now the Nissan Idx Nismo made its way to Beverly Hills.
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Oh, how everyone loves the hot and handsome Honda Civic Type R. It’s fast, it’s fun, but it will only be available to European buyers — or will it? American fans of the Civic Type R have decided to petition to bring the hot hatch to the U.S.
We may be in a renaissance of design, but there was a point in time where car design was ever evolving. In the years before and after WWII, cars featured styling that we consider iconic today. Even so, some cars truly stand out in that time, and one that took pre-war styling to new extremes was the 1938 Phantom Corsair.
When Lexus unveiled the two-door RC coupe, it was clear that the Japanese automaker dared to be different. With a gaping mouth, a smooth body profile and a sharp rear-end, it’s arguably one of the prettiest coupes we’ve seen in a long time.
Sure, Koenigsegg and Maserati may be soaking up the spotlight in Geneva — but there’s one big, beautiful car that people might be overlooking. It’s the called the NanoFlowcell Quant e-Sportlimousine, and (in addition to being a mouthful) it is a hybrid-electric, 900 horsepower hypercar.
As of late, Honda hasn’t been a brand associated with fun-to-drive cars. The new Civic Si barely satisfies our pallets for performance, but there is a a model worth caring about that has long been absent from the lineup. It’s the 280-horsepower Civic Type R (concept), and in this fiery guise, it looks epic.
How bold is too bold? At some point, you need that perfect mix of horsepower and design. Or does any of that matter when it comes to custom work? The creative minds over at Bandit9, create limited edition motorcycles that blend art, design, and individuality. Their bikes are works of art without being overtly obnoxious.
Welcome to the future everyone, glad you could make it. Remember back, say, 30 years ago when 400-, 500-hp was a shot to the moon and back for automakers? Yeah, well, times have changed. Lately, automakers, tuners, and people with too much time on their hands, are claiming everything from 2,800-hp people murdering hypercars, to 288 mph Bugatti’s that will run out of gas if you look at them funny.
If we’re being honest though, it’s all just sort of ridiculous.
I wrote a post last week about Dean Jeffries and the Black Beauty from the show The Green Hornet. It got all of us thinking about superhero vehicles. Batman had a car. Mr. Incredible from 2004′s The Incredibles had a car. Even Spiderman had some ridiculous dunebuggy thing. But come on, superheroes. Why limit yourself to just cars? Check out these superhero vehicles that make four wheels look positively lame:
In the mid 90s, McLaren nearly dominated the world of motor racing. From Le Mans, to the FIA GT Championship to the British GT Championship; among others. But strangely enough, McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray’s dream of the ultimate road-going supercar was never developed for the track. It wasn’t until teams took the vehicle out to the track, did they realize just how precise and track-purposed the car truly was.
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