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US $67.87
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Naples, Florida, US

Naples, Florida, US
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Honda reveals ‘Forza’ design contest winner in Chicago

Mon, 10 Feb 2014

Honda teamed up with “Forza Motorsport” to reveal the winning entry in the “Forza Motorsport” Civic Si Design Contest at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show on Friday. The winner was Tiffany Labedz of Phoenix, who beat out 17,000 other members of the Xbox “Forza” community. "At Honda, we love meeting our customers where their passion lies, and the racing and custom car design in ‘Forza Motorsport’ is definitely a passion for so many Honda and Civic enthusiasts," said Tom Peyton, Honda’s assistant vice president of advertising.

174-mph Volkswagen Golf R400 heads for Beijing motor show

Thu, 17 Apr 2014

Volkswagen has divulged plans to reveal a spectacular new Golf R-based concept car called the Golf R400 at this weekend's Beijing auto show. Said to preview a possible limited production model from Volkswagen's increasingly active R performance car division, the Golf R400 runs a powered-up version of the Golf R's turbocharged 2.0-liter direct-injection gasoline engine aimed at providing it with the sort of firepower to match the current king of the Euro hot hatchback brigade, the Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG. VW The VW Golf R400 makes 395 hp from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

Caterham Sevens reimagined as classic F1 cars

Tue, 20 May 2014

You could never really call the Caterham Seven modern – its look has remained fundamentally unchanged since the original Lotus Seven (the car Caterham would eventually buy the rights to build) launched back in 1957. Today, the engine is still in the front, those delightfully exposed front wheels still float over bumps and the frog-eyed headlights serve as a reminder of years gone by. And now the modern Seven has been taken right back to the period where it was first conceived, with these Grand Prix-style racers from Zolland Design.