Tuning Ford Edge 2007

    Tuning Ford Edge 2007

    by yura

    A glance at the new 2007 Ford Edge will make you eager to hit the road. The Edge begs to be driven, and the H&R Edge, with its bold style and assertive stance, is your gateway to adventure. The lively spirit of the new Edge makes any journey exciting, turning long routes into enjoyable shortcuts. Blending sport utility functionality with the dynamics of a sports car, H&R Sport Springs lower the Edge by 2 inches for enhanced handling and an excellent ride. H&R TRAK+® Wheel Spacers ensure a precise fit and dynamic side profile, while H&R Triple C Camber Adjustment …

  • Mad Max Volkswagen Bus

    by yura

    To promote its all-electric ID Buzz van, Volkswagen is reminding us of the original Bus (also known as the Transporter, Kombi, or Microbus) introduced in 1949. While the US ceased production in the late 1970s due to emissions and safety regulations, Brazil continued making it until 2014. Despite its production ending, the Volkswagen Bus remains beloved among enthusiasts, inspiring highly customized creations such as a Mad Max-themed version. The VW Bus’s versatile nature has embedded it in various facets of pop culture. If associated with a festival, it is undoubtedly linked to the original Woodstock of 1969. In modern times, …

  • 850hp Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 from Mansory

    by yura

    Currently, there are two high-cost ways to indulge in a Mercedes GLS-Class. One option is to purchase a Maybach GLS 600 directly from Mercedes, like Kim Kardashian did. Alternatively, you could choose the Brabus 800. However, a third, thrilling choice has emerged: the 850-horsepower Mansory-tuned GLS 63, catering to every SUV enthusiast’s desires. Mansory, renowned globally for their body kits and custom cars, has a distinctive style. Their carbon fiber package for the Lamborghini Urus is strikingly unconventional, yet captivating. Their customized Ferrari Roma stands out as one of the most stunning V8 modifications. Their work on the Mercedes-AMG GLS …

  • 800hp Volvo 745 for Drift

    by yura

    For some time, drifting enthusiasts have known that old Volvo wagons can serve as excellent drift cars. Their rear-wheel-drive setup, affordable price (especially for initial purchase), and distinctive, boxy appearance attract attention in the drifting scene. However, these Swedish vehicles also have drawbacks, such as their considerable weight. Additionally, if you aim to build one properly, managing costs becomes challenging. So, why would someone add carbon kevlar body panels to a Volvo 745 for drift? To save money, of course! While carbon kevlar panels are indeed pricier than steel or fiberglass, the reasoning is more complex. Swedish professional drifter Kevin …

  • $250,000 1970 Ford Mustang Restomod

    by yura

    This restomod based on 1970 Ford Mustang, a classic embodiment of automotive prowess, redefines elegance with its broad front stance and sleek race-inspired aesthetics. This specific model encapsulates the essence of the beloved Boss 302, elevating it to unparalleled heights, albeit with a hefty price tag of $250,000. While a premium 1970 Ford Mustang fastback typically commands a respectable price range of $80,000-$120,000, this exceptional specimen transcends conventional value metrics. Its uniqueness may not appeal to every enthusiast, but for those seeking distinction, it’s an investment worth exploring. A distinctive feature of this offering from Vanguard Motors lies in its …

  • Lifted Audi RS6 C8

    by yura

    In a time when car manufacturers are simplifying their production by reducing models and engine options, Audi continues to offer a diverse lineup for the current A6. Despite the usual trend of fewer options in the US compared to Europe, American buyers have access to exciting choices like the 2024 A6 Allroad Quattro and the 2024 RS6 Avant. But what if you could have the best of both worlds in one vehicle? Introducing the elevated Audi RS6 “Allroad”, a custom C8-generation creation that showcases the aftermarket’s prowess in 2024. Audi enthusiasts know well that the brand offers various versions of …

  • Tuning Toyota Land Cruiser J250

    by yura

    We were waiting for new Toyota Land Cruiser J250 already for a long time. It’s really brand new model. New design, new engines and actual technologies. New Land Cruiser already isn’t a dinosaur in SUV world like previous Land Cruiser or its luxury brother Lexus LX 570. And I guess this Toyota Land Cruiser Prado J250 (on some markets it’s Prado, on another it’s simple Land Cruiser) looks awesome. SUV looks almost like old Land Cruiser 70 or 80 with these headlights. But cheaper versions will have another headlights. It’s still Land Cruiser, one of the best between real offroaders, …

  • Restomod 1969 Dodge Charger with V10

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    You’re probably familiar with the ’69 Charger, but this one’s a whole different beast. Meet 1969 Dodge Charger with crazy V10 from Viper, a custom creation that cost a pretty penny to build over a decade ago and is now searching for its next lucky owner. In the realm of pro-touring muscle cars, there’s no strict rulebook—traditionalists might argue otherwise. Take, for instance, the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan’s 1970 Cuda “Sick Fish,” now boasting a 750 hp Mercury Racing N/A V8 for 2023. Some purists argue that swapping out the LS-based engine takes the build out of the Mopar realm. …

  • Mitsubishi is a major global company, but its presence as an automaker is not as significant in North America. For 2024, we have updates on the brand’s new vehicle lineup, including a surprise for fans of the classic Lancer: the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Ralliart model is set to launch next year. Hints of a Ralliart SUV were evident since the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2022, where a concept was unveiled. Now, the Japanese scoop site Best Car Web confirms the model’s upcoming release. While specifics remain limited, there is a clear picture forming of what the Outlander Ralliart will entail. …

  • The late 1950s gave us some of the most remarkable classic American vehicles, with the trucks being standout examples. Among these, the 1956 Ford F100 is a personal favorite, but the 1958 Chevrolet Apache 3100 restomod offers a distinctive touch and includes the iconic wrap-around windshield. 1958 was an exceptional year for Chevrolet trucks. The Apache was part of the 1955 to 1959 Task Force series, marking a period when utility vehicles began using V8 engines. It was also first year to introduce four-headlight setup and the final year to feature full chrome front fascia. This particular model caught my …