Monthly Archives: January 2018

Porsche 911 becomes a family heirloom with a touching story

Cars sometimes bridge a special bond between humans, and the story of this Porsche 911 is no different. The German sports car marque has put a spotlight on the touching story of a 911 after the car's owner, Naja, inherited it from his late father. The 964-era 911 was the final car Naja's father collected, and after he passed away, the family sold off nearly...

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Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari motorhome is heading to auction

Following the recent bidder showdown over one of Michael Schumacher's former Ferrari Formula 1 cars, another piece of the racing legend's motorsport legacy will soon cross the auction block. Bonhams will offer Schumacher's former Scuderi Ferrari motorhome at its Paris auction on February 8. The motorhome was in service with the Ferrari F1 team from 2001...

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Nikola selects Arizona to manufacture electric semi-trucks

Nikola has taken a major step toward bringing its extended-range electric semi-trailer truck to market. The company announced on Tuesday that Buckeye, Arizona will be home to its future manufacturing facility. The American startup debuted its One electric semi in December 2016. At that time, Nikola said production would start in 2020. The latest update from...

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One-off McLaren 720S enhanced by MSO raises $650K for charity

The McLaren 720S is definitely a hot commodity right now, but one punter has plunkered down $650,000 to drive off in one. Sure, that price was paid for a one-off example featuring a few enhancements by the MSO personalization department. However, we're still talking far more than double the car's $284,745 starting price. It turns out the car was sold on...

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Dutch firm to unveil production flying car at Geneva motor show

Dutch firm Pal V is ready to take to the skies and announced it will show its production flying car at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show kicking off in early March. Following its debut, Pal V will enter the final stage of certifying its flying car, called the Liberty, for road use and flight. The Pal V Liberty will pack an internal combustion engine...

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Ares plans Ferrari 412-inspired GTC4 Lusso conversion

The Ferrari 412 and earlier 400i and 365 GT4 models were never the prettiest of Ferraris, but their low popularity meant not many ended up being sold, thus making them quite rare today. Coupled with their boxy design that typifies the 1980s era, the cars are now highly sought after in the collector car world. One fan was so enamoured by the 412 that he or...

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