#Performance Car


600-hp KTM X-Bow GT2 racer could spawn supercar for the road

Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM expanded into the world of cars when it launched the original X-Bow in 2008. The X-Bow has undergone multiple updates since then, the most significant being 2020's launch of the X-Bow GT2 race car, which sports an enclosed body and 600-hp powertrain. Autocar reported on Monday...
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Best Automotive Paints: Color Your Car Right

Getting the best look is all about picking the right paint. The Drive and its partners may earn a commission if you purchase a product through one of our links. If you're a car person, you appreciate making a personal statement on some level or another. That does not mean you need to rock a goatee and wear cutoffs that show off your killer tats. While the make and model is enough to let people know what you're all about, that paint job does all the heavy lifting. If you're not in on the whole ratty car theme and aren't willing to pay someone else to do it, you're going to need to buy paint at some point or another. You need to do as much research as possible to make sure you do the work right. I can still provide you with some insight on what paint to consider and give you some tips along the way.
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The Bronco Raptor Borrows Its Anti-Lag System From the Ford GT Race Car

With the arrival of the 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor, the off-roading segment has welcomed a new title-contender. And while it’s easy to get caught up in the Ultra4-inspired SUV’s incredible suspension setup or its gigantic 37-inch tires, there’s a lot more to the Braptor than one’s eyes might suggest. Take the truck’s 3.0-liter EcoBoost V-6 for example, which features an anti-lag turbocharger system with tech pulled directly from the Ford GT race cars. In order to better understand how this system works, Road & Track sat down with Bronco Raptor Powertrain and Chassis Engineering Manager Pat Morgan.
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The 2023 Chevy Corvette 70th Anniversary Edition Is A Boomer's Dream

Time to get out your crispest jorts and whitest New Balances — it’s been another five year increment since the Corvette was introduced, and it’s time to celebrate!. That’s right folks. The Corvette is turning 70, and you know what that means? Another RARE special edition. Chevy confirmed the news that a 70th Anniversary Edition package will be available on the 2023 Corvette and Corvette Z06 to celebrate the car’s run that began in 1953.

Retro review: 2006 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG

This review was first published in Issue 153 of Top Gear magazine (2006) In some sort of pseudo-philosophical sense, the S65 AMG doesn’t really exist. It’s one of those things that actually manages to cancel itself out. Yes, it’s another motoring milestone for Mercedes and, yes, it’s yet another engineering pinnacle for the AMG performance division, but there’s absolutely no justification for building, let alone buying, a car like this. So, on the one hand, you have an automotive marvel, on the other, a pointless act of Germanic self-indulgence. On balance, you have nothing.

The famous “Flying Mustang” almost breaks its own record

We all know the 1965 Mustang. It’s an indisputable icon of both the classic car world and America as a whole; after all, Ford sold over 680,000 copies of its pioneering pony car for the extended ’65 model year after being introduced midway through 1964. These cars are treasured the world over, and as a result, many of these ’65 Mustangs are proudly still on the road, carrying a median condition #2 (Excellent) value of $46,800 in the Hagerty Price Guide. Though, owing to its prolific nature, it isn’t hard to find one for much less than that.

Crazy Rare Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6 RSX Up For Sale

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution met a tragic demise when the Japanese carmaker decided to reposition itself as a crossover-focused manufacturer. Despite the performance sedan's absence, fans around the globe continue to show love and support for its heritage. This particular model currently being sold in the UK is an example that this group would lose their minds over.

Most Underrated New Cars You Can Buy In 2022

You might have to wait right now for a new car to be delivered, but the choice of which car you want to wait for to be delivered in 2022 is massive. With that comes a long list of great cars that are popular with good reason. However, if you don't subscribe to the idea of the latest and greatest and don't want to drive the same car as everyone at the office or your neighbors, then you have real choice. There are some great cars out there being underrated by the general public and enthusiasts alike. These are the cars we've driven and been impressed by, but for one reason or another, they remain overlooked.

A Highland fling with Lamborghini’s raging bulls

Rarely, and I mean VERY rarely, does an email drop into your inbox which has you reaching for your diary and clearing 48 hours. But when Lamborghini gives you the opportunity to drive seven of their models on some of the most demanding and exhilarating roads through the stunning Cairngorms … well, would you say “no”?

How much will a turbocharger cost in 2022

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - How much will a turbocharger cost in 2022? Are you trying to put together a cost effective turbocharger system for your vehicle? You should know that a turbocharged car makes about 20-40% more total power than a non-turbocharged car of the same year, make and model. Well, Maxpeedingrods GT35 GT3582 turbocharger is great for single turbo applications with 4 or 6 cylinder engines, don't hesitate to buy a turbocharger to boost your car's power. Turbos vary from one model to another and the cost depends on the base of the model. The cost of maxpeedingrods turbo varies from $200 to $1000. It is the best turbo in the market for your budget. When you want to spend money on a turbo, you have to consider two things, one is the turbo price and the other is the labor cost. Different types of cars require different types of turbos, so the cost varies from model to model. But you can get the best budget turbo at Maxpeedingrods. The price of a turbo will increase with quality. Labor costs will vary from store to store. It depends on how much time it takes to fix the turbo. It may take at least an hour and a half to fix at a cost of $90-$120 per hour. Labor costs for turbocharger replacement The average labor cost to replace a turbocharger is about $1,200-$2,000. This cost is divided into two parts. One is labor and the other is parts. in 2021, labor will cost about $450-$600 and parts will cost about $1,350-$1,600. But if you have a strong do-it-yourself attitude, congratulations, you can save this money. The DIY cost of a turbocharged car.

An R32 Skyline GT-R Dream Build

With asking prices on a constant upward trajectory, trying to get your head around the world of GT-Rs is enough to land you in a permanent state of confusion and utter disbelief. And it’s not only the BNR34 that this is happening to, it’s all generations of the GT-R and every other popular JDM performance car too.