Yesterday, the Renault TreZor Electric GT supercar leaked, and now, it's been officially revealed at the Paris Motor Show. This all-electric vehicle comes equipped with a 260kW battery that generates the equivalent of 360-horsepower and 282-pound-feet of torque, good for a 0-62mph time of under 4-seconds. It's no compact car either, as the TreZor measures 15-feet long, 6-feet wide, and 3-feet tall, with a lift-up top. Want to kick back, and enjoy the scenery? Simply press a button, and autonomous mode is activated. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
The 2018 Honda Civic Type R Prototype has made its official debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, and it's a doozy. Sporting a brushed titanium-satin paint job, this FWD track monster comes equipped with an intake hood scoop, triple exhaust pipes, vented front fenders, bumper ducts, rear diffuser, and like its predecessors, a large rear wing. Under the hood, you'll find a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder VTEC engine generating 306-horsepower and 400 pound-foot of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, enough power to give the Ford Focus RS a run for its money. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including a previously unseen of Bill Gates inside ID Software's DOOM game.
Set to make its official debut at the Paris Motor Show this weekend, the Lexus Kinetic Seat Concept features an innovative fiber net construction, rotational seat cushion and back rest movements, along with a a flexible spider web-pattern for optimal support. The rotational seat cushion and back rest enables both sections to move kinetically with the occupant's weight / external forces, thus stabilizing head movement caused by vehicle motion and keeping your field of vision steady. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the amazing technical mastery of Formula One drivers.
Making its first appearance in 2016 Mondial de L'automobile, Renault's futuristic Trezor supercar concept has just been leaked ahead of the Paris Motor Show. While no technical details have been released, one of the images appear to show solar panels on the roof, which may be used to power a hybrid drivetrain. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Based on the FT-1, Toyota's all-new Supra is speculated to be powered by a hybrid powertrain, co-developed with BMW, that produces in excess of 400-horsepower. Unfortunately, not much else is known about the sports car, besides its BMW Z5-inspired design, but expect it to give the BMW M4 a run for its money once released. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a stuntman successfully completing Evil Knieval's insane jump across Snake River Canyon in southern Idaho.
It's only a matter of time before we see self-driving motorcycles, and the first may be the BMW Motorrad Concept Z. Designed by Anja Didrichsons, this modular bike has three different modes: "sport", with a slightly raised seat for cruising, "racing" for a crouched aerodynamic position, and "autonomous", where riders can lay back on the seat. Continue reading for more pictures.
If money is no object, you could either buy a simple Power Wheels for them this holiday season, or spend $50,000 on a miniature Bugatti Veyron. This is no toy, but rather a custom-built kit car that boasts all-wheel drive, and is powered by a 500cc engine pumping out 40-horsepower, good for a top speed of 55mph. On the cosmetics side, it comes complete with scissor-style doors, leather interior coverings, a pioneer stereo, as well as an "advanced spoiler." Want your own? The current build time is 3-4 months, but unfortunately, upgrade options have not been released. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a bulletproof glass skateboard.
Canepa has completed their fully restoration of a 1979 BMW M1 Procar, number 31 of just 40 made, which served as a spare car during the BMW M1 Procar Championship. Originally sold to a German customer in November 1979, it was then purchased by an American collector 4-years-later. The race car was driven and displayed at numerous events throughout the 1990's, and was placed in storage until October 2012. It was made street-legal by replacing the BMW race components with OEM Procar parts, including BBS center lock wheels, suspension uprights, hubs, control arms, tie rods, axles and mirrors. The engine was rebuilt and equipped with Motec electronic fuel injection, boosting total engine output to 414 hp and 357 lb-ft of torque. Click here for more pictures of the fully restored M1 Procar. Continue reading for a Top Gear review of the original M1.
The Aston Martin DB11 is already a beautiful supercar, but what if the automaker released a track-ready, yet street legal, version? It would probably look something like this design by Rain Prisk Design, with Vulcan headlights, a giant rear wing for extra downforce, flared wheel arches, a ground-hugging suspension system, new aerodynamic bonnet, and of course, a bespoke front splitter. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a T-Rex who steals a jet ski and does insane tricks.
If you thought the Dodge Tomahawk was cool, then check out the Millyard Viper V10, a one-off motorcycle capable of over 200mph,built by British engineer Allen Millyard. Similar to the Tomahawk, it's powered by an 8L Dodge Viper V10 engine generating 500-horsepower. Millyard has stated that reaching a top speed of 250mph with this bike is his goal, and in early speed tests at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, it hit 207mph. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to make dry ice soda popsicles.