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Better Than The Rumors Say! // 2020 Cadillac CT5-V AWD Review

The Inline 6 Cylinder You Need to Hear to Believe -1954 Jaguar XK120

This Jaguar XK120 was once the fastest production car in the world. This 1954 example has been in the Wile family for decades and boy does it sound incredible. I'm honored to have been trusted to drive this car. It was quite intimidating. Once you hear the first little crunch of the gearbox shifting into first it really keeps you on your toes to be delicate and deliberate. The 4 wheel brakes are quite timid to slow this vehicle so while its fun to ring out the twin cam 3.4L inline 6, you'd better be sure there's nothing in your way! Driving classics like this Jag really make you appreciate the talented drivers who raced them.

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KYOSHO diecastcar 1/18scale Mercedes-Benz CLS500 black unboxing

Retro Review: '90 Mercedes Benz 500SL

New Citroën C4 & ë-C4 100% ëlectric - Design

2021 Volkswagen ID.4 | MotorWeek First Drive

AMG GT Black Series REVIEW: see why it's worth £335,000!

INSIDE AMG – Green Hell | Testing Ground for Driving Dynamics

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Mercedes AMG GT Black Series with GT3

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Mercedes AMG GT Black Series Engine and Exhaust Sound

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Mercedes AMG GT Black Series Explained

The most powerful AMG V8 series engine of all time, the most expressive design, the most elaborate aerodynamics, the most intelligent material mix, the closest proximity to motor racing: For the new Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series (combined fuel consumption 12.8 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 292 g/km)[1], the Affalterbach designers have pulled out all the stops when it comes to the art of vehicle design. The new super sports car perfectly embodies the brand's rich tradition in motorsport, as well its many years of expertise in developing complete vehicles which impress in every respect. The result is an output of 537 kW (730 hp) from a V8 engine with a 'flat' crankshaft, combined with active aerodynamics and a design which stems directly from the current AMG GT3 racing car. 

Ava Addams

AMG GT Black Series (730hp) | RACE Start & 100-200 km/h acceleration

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Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series (2020): Fahrbericht - PS - Sportwagen

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