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Tesla Muscle Car CGI

Restoration Blog: April 2020 - Jay Leno’s Garage

Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG | Hybrid Forged HF-5 Wheels

C8 Corvette vs Ferrari F430

Renault Captur Review: Stylish, Quirky and Fun?

Olds Aerotech | 300mph Concept

Electric Xpeng P7 Reveal With Autonomous Driving

Ford Bronco History | Ford Bronco Evolution since 1966

Too Hot To Handle Harry Gets My Tattoo | The Hangout Ep.2

1 shoot 2 STi’s | VARIS WIDEBODY STI

The Craft behind the Taycan || 03 | That Porsche passion

Widebody Mazda RX-7 FD3S Wagon

Xpeng P7

1957 Chrysler Imperial vs Cadillac 62 Dealer Promo Film

2021 Toyota Supra 2.0 & 3.0 – What Are The Differences?

911 | Seven-speed manual transmission and a host of new equipment options

Stuttgart. A seven-speed manual transmission can now be ordered for all 911 Carrera S and 4S models as an alternative to the standard eight-speed PDK transmission at no extra cost in European and related markets. The manual transmission is combined with the Sport Chrono package and will therefore appeal above all to sporty drivers who derive more driving pleasure from changing gear themselves. Also as part of the model year changeover, a host of new equipment options will now be offered for the 911 Carrera series that were previously not available for the sports car. These include Porsche InnoDrive, which is already familiar from the Panamera and Cayenne, as well as a new Smartlift function for the front axle. For purists: seven-speed manual transmission with Sport Chrono package The manual transmission with seven gears for the 911 Carrera S and 4S always comes in combination with the Sport Chrono package. Also included is Porsche Torque Vectoring (PTV) with variable drive torqu

C8 Corvette Base Hot Laps - All Season Tires Track Test

Honoring Bugatti Veyron's 400 km/h Record

Opel Astra (2021): Skizze - Neuvorstellung - Kompakt - Infos

[Car] 아반떼 N 라인 티저 공개

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Hyundai N | The new Veloster N - Take a Detour

McLaren 720S - quicker than a Ferrari 488 Pista?

Novitec Lamborghini Huracan EVO Exhaust

The Next N-Line | 2021 Elantra N Line | Hyundai

SEOUL, April 27, 2020 – Hyundai Motor Company today revealed the first images and a sneak preview video of the all-new 2021 Elantra/Avante N Line sedan. The upcoming Elantra N Line adds N brand specific design elements, chassis upgrades and a turbocharged engine to the recently revealed 2021 Elantra. Hyundai’s high-performance N brand develops fun-to-drive cars that make the driver’s heart beat faster whenever they’re behind the wheel. Inspired by N brand, N Line trims add sporty design elements and refined powertrain/chassis upgrades to the all-new Elantra recently introduced. Hyundai’s high-performance N brand product portfolio offers everything from motorsport to base model. N Line is characterized by N-specific design and performance upgrades. Hyundai is expanding its N Line model line-up to enable even more customers to experience the N feeling.

Novitec Lamborghini Huracan EVO