More power, more models, more ego.
While we won't see the U.S. spec versions of the Nissan GT-R until the Los Angeles Auto Show next month, the car maker opened up about their flagship sports car at the 2012 GT-R's global launch in Japan today. (more…)
Miss the roll bar? Your prayers have been answered.
Apparently unsatisfied with the current Porsche 911
Giant Moonroof Edition
Targa, Ruf Automobile has declared they intend to build a modern-day version of the 1967 Porsche Targa. (more…)
Car maker slaps V10 into sedan; Q-car lovers squeal like Bieber fans.
Chrysler has once again found a non-Viper use for their 8.4 liter V10, and quite frankly, we think the more uses the car maker can find for that motor, the better. (more…)
A great car clip to start your weekend right.
How cool is the 1971 film The French Connection
? Let's put it this way: watch it today, and it'll still blow you away. (more…)
A look back at the big stories of the week.
Welcome to the Backwards Burnout, 0-60mag.com's new weekly series where we look back at the stories you really should have read the first time around. (more…)
A selection of some of the craziest accidents from this year in racing.
It's hard to tear your eyes off a car wreck. There's just something surreal about it: seeing structures and materials we consider solid torn apart like tissue paper, watching multi-ton objects fly through the air like baseballs... (more…)
Movable sculpture/greeting cards replicate radial engine action.
Email is boring. Efficient, sure. Free, yeah. But exciting? Not one bit. When we receive snail mail, by contrast, it still gives us a little version of the old Christmas-gift thrill. (more…)
Complex brings us a slideshow of chromatic car porn.
Generic paint schemes may hold dominion over the street car world (the current ten-year-color-champ: silver!
), but for race cars, having a distinctive paint job (or livery, as it's known) can mean the difference between being recognized by fans and blurring into an anonymous smear of high-velocity color. (more…)