This owner has turned his Lamborghini Huracan into a twin-turbo, rally-spec off-road machine. It has a fully customized roll cage that covers the entire car, and custom lights to complete the rally look. The build is far from done, but we can’t wait to see clips of this racing in the dirt.
This is the Camaro EL1 Formula Drift car. It runs on electricity using an 363kg battery pack situated where the engine used to be. A V8’s roar would’ve been neat, but this car was built with a different intention. Do you think we’ll see more electric drift cars in the future?
Realistic (and expensive) racing simulators are used by racing teams to train drivers on positioning and timing techniques. It’s a safer way to practice since you minimize the risk of injury (both to car and driver) during practice sessions. But do these racing simulators actually make you faster in real life?
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High-horsepower setups using Nissan GT-Rs aren’t a rare occurrence. The car’s a solid platform to build on, so when mechanics decide to take it even further, the builds become absolutely insane. With 3300hp spinning all four tires, this GT-R makes some serious speed—it reaches 358kph at one point.