Some Russian dudes, YouTuber AcademeG, have outdone the one-of-a-kind ‘rally-spec’ Bentley Continental GT with respect to the ultimate Bentley off-roading experience. How? By swapping pneumatic rubber tires for a set of custom made tank treads (or tracks?). The self-professed “auto critics” picked up a cheap Bentley Continental GT and proceed to do an engine swap as the original W12 twin-turbo unit had some issues that deemed not worthy saving. Continue reading Russian Dudes Turned A Bentley Continental GT Into Tank With Tracks
Run in with the law for over-the-top car modifications like super loud exhaust, ridiculously big wing, for examples, are not new, but car wrap? Probably not. However, as one 31-year-old Porsche Panamera owner learned, car wrap too will land in an impound. Then again, given that the Porsche was wrapped in super-eye-catching golden foil, it shouldn’t come as a surprised. Continue reading Gold Foil Wrapped Porsche Impounded For Being Too Shiny
There are rich kids and then there is this rich kid who bent the rule of car modifications. Meet Alex Choi, a 19-year-old young man who did the unimaginable: slapping a Lamborghini Huracan with a roll cage on the entire car… on the outside. Believe it. The images here aren’t Photoshopped, btw. Choi actually did that. In a video (with excellent cinematography, if I may add) posted on his YouTube channel, Choi described himself as a person who “live by the idea of being NOT what people expect or want you to be” and the Unicorn V3, as it is called, make good on his ethos. Continue reading Meet The Most Not Aerodynamic Lamborghini Huracan Mod Ever
Talk about reinventing the wheel… a Finnish couple kind of just did that, well, years after Adam and Jamie tried rolling on square wheels. But the Finnish couple behind the YouTube channel Beyond the Press, a channel that does wacky experiments, did not try to roll on square wheels. Instead, they swapped out the stock wheels of the 150HP Subaru Legacy AWD for 1/2-inch thick saw blades. That’s right. Thick, huge ass and crazy sharp saw blades as wheels. Continue reading Finnish Dude Rides Over Frozen Lake In A Subaru With Saw Blade Wheels
Calling out Ford Bronco lovers! If you are residing in stateside, your chance of securing an incredibly dope Old School BR almost immediately is here! ICON4x4 has partnered with Autotype to put an Old School BR under the hammer to allow one eager and likely very rich enthusiast to call it his/her own without too long a wait and at the same time, doing something good. The sale, if successful concluded, will see 10 percent of the proceeds going to the Autotype Scholarship Fund to aid students currently enrolled in design schools. Continue reading Bronco Lovers Will Not Want To Miss This Autotype x Icon BR Old School
Do you like (1) ridiculous high capacity engine and (2) outrageous power output from the said engine? Well, if you do, then the SpeedKore 1970 Dodge Charger Tantrum is the ride for you. It is a custom resto-mod designed and built by SpeedKore Performance, featuring an absolutely mental 9.0L Mercury Racing V8 QC4v DOHC twin-turbo engine (wait, it has a marine motor???) that pumps out a mind-bending 1,650 horsepower, mated to a very capable TREMEC T-56 6-speed manual transmission. Yay. It’s a stick shifter as a muscle car should. Continue reading SpeedKore’s Award-winning 1,650 HP 1970 Dodge Charger Is Listed For Sale!
Sir Alec Issigonis designed classic MINI introduced 60 years ago remain one of the most endearing classic cars today. It should rightly continue to live on today and beyond. It has earned it, but not without first getting the eco conscious treatment. And eco conscious is this Swind E Classic Mini. The idea of electrifying classic MINI is not new. Even MINI has pitched the idea not too long ago, but unfortunately, MINI has no intention of producing it even in limited numbers. Continue reading Yes, Sir! Classic MINI With Electric Drivetrain Is The Right Thing To Do!
Here’s a Nissan Altima, but as you can see, it is not the run-of-the-mill Altima. It has heavy-duty track system in place of wheels. It shouldn’t surprise anyone, especially Nissan fans because, turning its cars into a powdered ground-tearing beast with tracks wasn’t new. I believe it started with Nissan Rouge back in 2016 for the Montreal Auto Show and then, Nissan followed up with a track 370Z, unveiled at the Chicago Motor Show, in 2018. Continue reading Nissan Brought An Altima With Tracks To Montreal Auto Show
Just when we thought Ken Block’s 900+ HP Hoonitruck is just about as cool as a truck, or truck for that matter, can get, a miniature version of the super truck surfaced and boy, am I salivating all over it. Dang it. My keyboard! What you see here is a Mini Hoonigan Truck. As the name implies, it is a mini version of Ken Block’s beast with bed. However, this is not an official Hoonigan’s project; it was the loving creation of one man called Alex Saint. Continue reading Mini Hoonigan Truck Is Adorable And Bad-ass All At The Same Time
There is a limit to how long a stretched limousine can go for obvious reasons. But that limit has not bothered car customizer Jay Ohrberg from Burbank, California, who in the 80s, created what was known as the world’s longest car called American Dream. Ohrberg’s creation was a monstrosity. So, how long was this American Dream really? Oh, nothing much. It was just 100 feet long (that’s 30-freaking-meters!). Holy mother of… That’s absolutely insane! And oh, it had 26 wheels to go with that length. Mind. Absolutely. Blown. Continue reading The Craziest Stretched Limo Ever Made Had A Pool And A Helipad