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Showing posts from December 3, 2018

2019 Ford Raptor - First Drive

ULTIMATE Race Camper! (Big Block & Fridge Included!)

Polstar 1 Ordering & Performance Details

It’s the inner values that count - the cockpit of the new A7 Sportback

Bizarre moment cat performs sit-ups underneath car in China

SsangYong Rexton Goes Dakar Rally as DKR Dune Climbing Machine

3 DECEMBER 2018 SsangYong has unveiled the Rexton DKR to compete in next year’s Dakar Rally, the world’s toughest rally, following the brands successful campaigning of a Tivoli inspired car in the 2018 event. Developed by SsangYong Motorsport in Spain, the new Rexton DKR utilises a dune buggy body style with the muscular design features of the new SsangYong Rexton SUV. The car is built to be strong, fast and light to overcome the many different challenges posed by the race. The 11-day 2019 Dakar starts in Peru on January 6th concluding in Lima on the 17th. With 10 hard stages, competitors race over 5,000 kilometers, 70 per cent of which is across dunes and sand, with 3,000 kilometers of special stages. This is the 40th Dakar Rally, and the tenth since moving to Latin America. The Rexton DKR is rear wheel drive and will compete in the T1-3 class (two-wheel drive petrol vehicles). It is powered by a 450hp V8 race engine, and with a kerb weight of less than 1,900 kg, accele

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