One Lap of the Web: Maserati renders, VW e-Up beat boxin' and GM's reorganizationFri, 08 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
The Maserati Bora was produced between 1971 and 1978. Yesterday it was brought back by ace render artist Alex Imnadze at World Car Fans. The profile of the render looks a bit like the McLaren 12C, but the nose is all Maserati. Check it out.
If you'd like to know what it's like to ride a in pre-war Bugatti, check out this story from our friends at Petrolicious. One thing we learned from the piece is that there's nowhere to put your arms, so you better be pretty close with your co-driver.
Reddit user dkbschimdt gave the Volkswagen e-UP engines sound the only way he knows how, by beat boxing. The VW cruises through the streets of Stockholm, Sweden with hidden speakers pumping out the breaks, beats and sound effects. Boy, that really reminds us of another famous beat boxer from our past.
Forbes talked with heavy hitter Jay Alix about his role in the restructuring of General Motors. He was one of Rick Wagoner's right-hand men during the entire bankruptcy proceedings and helped devise a plan that ultimately saved the company. It's an interesting read that notes a few things that even we didn't know about.
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