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BY: Jonathan

Hennessy Supercharged 2015 Mustang GT

Upgrade your new Ford Mustang to over 700 horsepower.

[gallery ids="541790,541791,541792,541793,541794"] Hennessy Performance has again done what they do best, tune cars. This time it is the all new Ford Mustang offering two complete packages for the 2015MY 'Stang. The HPE600 and HPE700 will boost the car to 620hp/595lb-ft. and 717hp/632lb-ft., respectively. The lower horsepower package will set you back $14,950 while the 700+ horsepower HPE700 will cost $17,950.
October 20, 2014 at 02:33 PM
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BY: Jonathan

Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet

A beauty on stock wheels, but what do you think of the Vellano upgrade?

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October 16, 2014 at 01:39 PM
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BY: Jonathan

Ferrari Celebrates 60th Year In North America With F60America

The perfect platform for your USA, USA, USA chants!

[gallery ids="541775,541774,541776"] Ferrari is celebrating 60 years in North America with the release of 10 F60Americas (take that Canada and Mexico!). Already fall in love with it? Too bad. The 10 V12 convertibles are already spoken for so better luck with the 70th anniversary.
October 10, 2014 at 04:39 PM
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BY: Jonathan

Ken Block's Raptortrax Shredfest

The Hoonigan Racing crew takes to the mountains in a Ford Raptor.

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October 07, 2014 at 12:56 PM
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BY: Jonathan

2014 Lexus RX 450h Hybrid | Reviewed

A crossover that does everything it's supposed to do and does it well.

[gallery ids="541767,541766,541765,541764"] Story by: Evan "Evo" Yates The RX 450h is one of those vehicles that quietly stays under the radar while satisfying virtually every thing you ask of it. With it’s semi-dated styling, it isn’t winning any beauty contests but is refined enough to still get respect. Maybe it’s because the generic RX shape has been around for so long that although it looks just fine, it just doesn’t catch your eye as much – and that’s ok. The RX 450h has an attractive front fascia, though, and the LED headlamps are certainly a step in the right direction. Driving the 450h is a dream. It’s extremely quiet even when the motor turns on and everything about the steering, accelerating and braking is so smooth it makes you hate pretty much every other car you’ve ever driven. Outside of it being a bit sluggish in ECO mode, I simply can’t find anything negative about the driving experience whatsoever. As Lexus does so well, all occupants are always comfortable with front and rear seating that any adult or child alike would find accommodating. The rest of the interior is a bit vanilla, but again, functional. The deeply recessed screen leaves you a little room for your keys or your phone and the Lexus Remote Touch Interface is easy if not easier to use than a standard touch screen. In addition to hauling sweaty football players, the RX also can hold its own when it comes to moving a box or two. With a second row that fully reclines, I found this Lexus had more than enough space to move several larger items. As with most hybrids, the gas mileage is stellar as long as you’re driving around town as I found the needle barely moved for the first couple days. Of course, once you jump on the expressway the RX 450h turns back into a regular vehicle with typical gas mileage. Everything being considered, you won’t wow anybody at a stoplight with the RX 450h but you’ll certainly get everything you need to get accomplished in an effortless manner that just may be more important anyway.
October 02, 2014 at 06:13 PM
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