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Armor-plated SUV among extravagant debuts at Top Marques Monaco show

Tue, 26 Apr 2011

While AutoWeek editors were pounding the pavement at the New York auto show last week, the world's silly rich were nodding polite approval at the Top Marques Monaco show. Included in the debuts were Gemballa, Fisker, Keating, Tirrito and Conquest, the latter of which showed off a ridiculously large, armor-plated SUV called the Knight XV that reportedly took organizers three hours just to maneuver it through the hall doors. Lest we forget that we're all human, Top Marques Monaco also had its “Black Friday at Wal-Mart” moments: According to organizers, Gemballa's world premiere of the Tornado was cut short after it was purchased “within 16 seconds of the show doors opening by a sheikh eager to have a piece of the action.” Full wrap-up release from Top Marques Monaco below.

What would the Ninja Turtles drive?

Thu, 27 Mar 2014

The new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” live-action trailer made its online debut today. The four heroes in a half shell are back in New York, with a tarted-up Megan Fox playing April O'Neil -- somehow without red hair. William Fichtner plays The Shredder, and Danny Woodburn plays sensei Splinter.

GM claims 23-mpg average in E-ROD 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

Thu, 23 Jun 2011

First introduced in 2009, the GM Performance Parts (GMPP) E-ROD program was born with the mission of creating fuel-efficient, emissions-compliant engine packages for hot-rodders. Now the program is back in the news as GMPP claims that an E-ROD-powered 1955 Bel Air returned 23 mpg on a trip from Michigan to Florida while producing emissions comparable to those of a new Camaro SS. All of that green doesn't come inexpensive--or easy.