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Bully Dog Big Rig Medium Duty Gauge Tuner (mdgt) For Cummins 2008-2015 6.7l Isb on 2040-parts.com

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Leno invites Ricardo HyBoost Ford Focus to the garage

Tue, 18 Mar 2014

Jay Leno invited Tom Apostolos to the garage this week. He’s the president of Ricardo Americas, a tech company partially responsible for the hybrid powerplant on the McLaren P1. Leno and Apostolos talk about hybrids, and how you have to drive them tens of years and hundreds of thousands of miles to get any added value out of them.

2012 Ferrari California now on video

Mon, 16 Apr 2012

2012 Ferrari California on video (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});The 2012 Ferrari California is a facelifted and tweaked version of the original California, revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and now on Video. It wouldn’t be a big surprise if the facelift for the Ferrari California had passed you by. Ferrari revealed details of the 2012 facelift for the California in February and debuted it at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but with the new Ferrari F12 bowing in at Geneva the tweaks to the California took a distinct back seat.

Audi A6 allroad 3.0 TDI is the five millionth Audi with quattro 4WD

Fri, 22 Mar 2013

The first Audi qauttro hit the headlines in 1980 and now – 33 years later – Audi has produced its five millionth car with AWD – an A6 Allroad. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});It’s thirty years since Audi became the first mainstream car maker to offer a four wheel drive road car when the Audi quattro hit the road, offering a (certainly for then) fulsome 200PS with the added reassurance of four wheel drive for added grip. True, others had flirted with 4WD road cars before Audi made it mainstream, such as Jensen with the FF in the 1960s, but Audi’s bold move was a real first for a mainstream maker, even if the Audi quattro was not exactly an entry-level model.