Here’s another exciting piece of news from Toyota for motorsports fans. In addition to the pair of electric AE86s, Toyota also revealed the Toyota GR Yaris Rally2 Concept and two special editions Toyota GR Yaris RZ, the GR Yaris RZ “High-performance Sébastien Ogier Edition Concept” and GR Yaris RZ “High-performance Kalle Rovanperä Edition Concept”.
If you are into Rally motorsports, you should have heard of the name Christof Klausner. Klausner shot to fame when he competed in an Audi Quattro, known as “Ur Quattro”, prepped by himself. In his career as a Rally race car driver, he had enthralled millions with his driving skills. Unfortunately, Christof Klausner’s career ended …
Audi. Ducati. The two marques do not appear to have anything in common but yet somehow they found a common ground on unpaved roads. The two marques recently come together to premiere their off-road rides. Ducati presented the Ducati DesertX, the Italian motorcycle maker’s first entry to the offroad segment and Audi brought along the …
Ever wanted an off-road Porsche 911 coupe? Well then, Singer Vehicle Design is the go to custom Porsche creator. The custom Porsche workshop has given a 1990 Type 964 Porsche 911 an off-road makeover and man, it is absolutely gorgeous.
Why should SUVs look like one that does grocery run and dropping kids at soccer practice? If every SUV looks the Toyota RAV-4 Rally Car Concept, perhaps more men will be inclined getting behind the wheel of one (and even volunteering for anything that requires him to drive the car).
The mention of Hoonigan’s Gymkhana series, the name Ken Block pops up. Well, not anymore. Subaru Motorsports USA driver Travis Pastrana is taking over the wheel along with this: the Subaru Gymkhana STI, a custom-built Subaru WRX STI based on a production sedan.
Other motorsports have already gotten into electric races and now, it is finally rallycross’ turn – specifically, the FIA’s new World Rallycross Project E race series. What you see here is race car driver Ken Block‘s ride for the series.
Traditionally, racing cars have always been as a show of automobiles’ technologically advancements. Think Subaru WRX, Ford Focus and Mitsubishi Evolution series, and you know what we mean. As the world progresses into mainstream electric vehicle, the strategy remains the same.
If weren’t for YouTube’s god-knows-how-the-heck-it-worked algorithms, I wouldn’t have discovered this wonderful gem, a custom ride by YouTuber Gingium, albeit it being more than a year late (it was a 2018 video, btw).
Videos like Ken Block’s famous Gymkhana series never fail to set boy racers’ heart fluttering. It even aspired some to do the same, but there’s just one problem: money. It is true that some may have the talent necessary to pull a Gymkhana off (even with R/C car, if I may add), but their abilities …