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Let the burnouts begin: Dodge unleashes its Hemi-powered Challenger Drag Pak

June 30, 2015

The legendary muscle cars of the 1960s and early ’70s made their reputations not only with prodigious power and timeless styling, but also with prowess on the track. So it’s only fitting that Dodge’s rolling tribute to that era, the Challenger, continues to seek glory in racing. The Dodge Challenger Drag Pak is a race-prepped version...
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Good news, baby gangsters: Dartz now makes bulletproof car seats

June 28, 2015

Dartz Motorz knows how to keep people safe. The brand has birthed countless nigh-invulnerable armored vehicles over the years, including the Black Shark SpyKar, which features a rotating bulletproof grill, a Kevlar-coated titanium body, and an awesome anti-paparazzi shock device. Now, the automaker has designed a product made exclusively for kids. I’ll let that...
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Elon Musk highlights Tesla Model S value retention

June 26, 2015

Despite their rather monstrous price tags, Tesla’s vehicles have found a reasonable audience over the past decade, thanks to their high-efficiency, sporty specifications and looks; and that green factor, that makes people feel good about themselves for being responsible with their energy usage. Apparently though they’re also a good investment, as company founder Elon...
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7. BMW M235i

June 24, 2015

The BMW M235i has a base price of $ 47,770, but in order to get many of luxury amenities expected from a BMW, you will have to pay extra. Base price does not include heated front seats which come in the $ 700 Cold Weather Package, a rear view camera which comes in the...
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Chevrolet’s 2016 Cruze press release is written entirely in emoji. Can you help us decode it?

June 22, 2015

The Chevrolet Cruze compact car is all new for the 2016 model year. Details about how the vehicle will look and perform are slim at the moment, and the brand’s latest press release isn’t helping much. Why? It’s written entirely in emoji. Unfortunately, we skipped all of our emoji description classes in college, so...
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