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Photographer Fabian Oefner created an incredible image of a 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV’s individual parts disintegrating in all directions by first capturing 1,500 individual photos of the $2 million car over the course of about 2-years. Officially called “Disintegrating X (Lamborghini Miura),” Oefner and his team had to visit workshops around the Lamborghini Factory in Sant’Agata/Italy to photograph the vehicle during a restoration project. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Designed by Ramandeep Singh, Narendra Singh and Appu Koshy, the futuristic Lamborghini Trono is an all-electric hypercar with design elements from the Terzo Millennio concept as well as the Huracan. Featuring sleek Y-shaped headlights, angular styling, a panoramic windshield, large wheels, and then a thin light bar in the rear, similar to the Lamborghini Concepto X. Read more for additional pictures and information.
You read that right, Lamborghini is holding a one-make racing series for the Urus in 2020, and the vehicles will be based around the Urus ST-X Super SUV concept. This concept features a roll cage, 25% weight reduction from the production model, FIA safety equipment, and larger front air intakes. It’s still powered by a 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 641 hp and 626 lb-ft of torque. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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The LaFerrari, also known as the Ferrari F70, is a limited production hybrid supercar that is powered by a longitudinally-mounted Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout Ferrari F140 direct injection 65° V12 engine producing 789 hp)at 9,000 rpm and 516 lb⋅ft of torque at 6,750 rpm, paired with a 161 hp KERS unit that provides short bursts of extra power. Unfortunately, this strange knockoff from Malaysia won’t be fooling anyone, but at the least its body was constructed entirely from sheet metal, rather than around another car, such as the Pontiac Fiero or Toyota MR2. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Powered by a Jeep Wrangler-sourced 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine, the 2019 Rezvani Tank is as tough as it looks. Outside, it sports a gaping mesh grille, slim headlights, a full-glass rear hatch replete with slim LED taillights and its iconic crossbar logo. Inside, you’ll find a window controller, gauge cluster, shifter, and steering wheel all from Jeep, but the Rezvani swaps the factory Jeep infotainment for an aftermarket Alpine system with a 7.9-inch touchscreen that supports Apple CarPlay as well as Android Auto. However, if you want the (FLIR)night vision camera, you’ll have to shell out an additional $5,500. Read more for a video review, additional pictures and information.
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The Fast & Furious franchise has been known for its outlandish vehicles, especially the Toyota Supra that late actor Paul Walker made famous, and that has inspired custom vehicle mashups, like this one. The last place you’d probably expect a Toyota Supra 3.0L inline-six 2JZ-GTE turbo engine is in a “hi-riser,” or in other words, a traditional, full-size, body on frame, V8 powered, rear wheel drive American-built sedan modified by significantly increasing the ground clearance. This 1973 Chevrolet Impala by an auto enthusiast named Craig may look normal at first glance, but it’s much more than meets the eye. Read more for a video showing why.
For those who missed the official debut of the life-sized LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron last year, here’s an up-close look at this awesome machine. Featuring 2,304 motors from the LEGO Power Function series and 4,032 Technic gear that churn out 5.3 horsepower and 68 lb-ft of torque, enabling the 1.5-metric-ton replica to achieve a top speed of 12 mph. It took a team over 13,000-hours to develop and build. Read more to see it in-action.
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Rain Prisk Design is back at it again, and their latest creation is this Lamborghini Urus pickup truck concept, which despite its odd looks, might actually have a market. The designer kept the front unchanged, aside from a rugged skid plate in the central portion to protect it from nasty bumps, while adding large off-road wheels and tires to increase ride height as well as prepare the vehicle for any rough terrain. Last, but not least, the pickup bed is the highlight of this concept, which adds utility for those who require nothing but the most luxurious for transporting their hardware. Read more for more interesting images from around the web.
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The new BMW M5 Competition retains the same powertrain as the standard M5, but total power output has been increased to 617 hp at 6,000 rpm and 553 lb⋅ft of torque between 1,800–5,800 rpm, enabling it to accelerate from 0–62 mph in just 3.3-seconds. Is that enough to stand up to a 10-year-old modified Porsche 911 (997) Turbo S and a Litchfield-tuned Nissan GT-R? CarWow set out on quest to see who would come out on top in a drag racing showdown. Read more to see the victor.
Always wanted to tackle the famed Nürburgring track in Germany, but don’t have a vehicle for the experience? There’s always the option of paying for a ring taxi, but it’ll definitely cost you. To be more specific, a run in a BMW M3 will cost you roughly $300, while a ride along in a McLaren 720S will run $340. Why? The 13 mile race track in the world is rough on cars, especially the tires, brake pads and even driveshafts. Read more to see the cost breakdown for the McLaren 720S at Nurburgring.