Meet Echo and her ride, an R32 Skyline fitted with drift-spec performance modifications, a Pandem-Widebody kit, and Lord knows what else. Now listen to her tires scream as she’s chased by dinosaur-costumed security. We don’t know the context of the dinosaur costumes, but we kind of want a couple of them in our office now.
Sometime in the ’90s, crossovers started becoming popular. It wasn’t hard to see why: You had the visibility of an actual SUV with the handling of a sedan in one package. Pair this combo with the iconic EJ20 Subaru boxer engine, and you have yourself a Subaru Forester—a popular choice for sleeper builds thanks to its engine’s compatibility with STi parts.
Tasteful aesthetic modifications don’t necessarily have to be expensive. While most people opt for new wheels, headlights, or front splitters, those changes aren’t really that subtle enough for owners who like the stock look of their cars. Here’s a subtle, tasteful idea for your car’s next makeover.
This Nissan GT-R cruises like a normal car, but when you really step on the gas, it becomes anything but. The motor under the hood produces a whopping 1,400hp, and the car runs on requisite drag tires to keep all that power on the road. Sheesh.
The Tesla Model Y was just unveiled to the public a few days ago. Missed it? Watch Tesla CEO Elon Musk talk about the vehicle, as well as the company’s development plans for the future and more.