Monthly Archives: October 2014

Peter Max/VH1 Corvettes

25 Years Later, The Peter Max/VH1 Corvette Collection Goes Up For Sale

All 36 Corvettes will be restored to running condition and resold In 1989, VH1 decided to do something unimaginable: accumulate 36 Corvettes, one for each year America’s sports car had been manufactured, and give them away to one lucky viewer via a 900 phone number contest. And the best part of this story is it…

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2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat: By The Numbers

Was anyone really surprised when it was announced that the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat would be joining the Challenger SRT Hellcat in an over-the-top celebration of all things tire-smoky? The new Charger SRT Hellcat boasts the same 707 horsepower supercharged V8 and phenomenal accelerative capabilities as its two-door cousin, but it also brings five-passenger…

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Chauffeur Tim Holland with the Wraith in front of Amberley Castle

In Pictures: The Making of a Rolls-Royce

In 1998 BMW acquired the rights to use the Rolls-Royce brand name, logo, Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and grille shape. In 2003 an all-new facility opened on the grounds of the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex, England. Since then, the fortunes of this once foundering prestige automaker have taken a remarkable turn. We visited…

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There is nothing more capable, rugged, and just plain tough as a Unimog. These enormous off-roaders have flexible frames and offset axles giving them world-class ground clearance and the ability to clamber over rocks up to a metre high. They’re ugly as sin, and just as cool.

Dirty Dozen: 12 Off-Roaders That Will Cover You in Muddy Glory

Whether it’s a snow-covered mountainside, a road-turned-quagmire by the spring thaw or just a great, big old mud pit out at your mate’s farm, Canadians feel an affinity for rugged, off-road rigs. Our wide-open landscape with dramatic and challenging terrain gives us plenty of opportunity to test our vehicles, and ourselves, in often-foolish off-road endeavours….

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Fit For A King Campaign (Kia and Lebron James)

Kia and LeBron James Say K900 Is “Fit For A King”

LeBron James becomes Kia’s first-ever “luxury ambassador” NBA superstar LeBron James will be on television a lot more often in the near future, and not just during regular game broadcasts. The two-time NBA champion and four-time league MVP has inked a deal with Kia to become the automaker’s first-ever luxury ambassador. His job? To spur…

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2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe

2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe: 10 things you need to know

If the original ATS sedan broke new ground for Cadillac with a focus on lightweight materials, a nimble feel, and driving exhilaration rather than luxuriant comfort, then the launch of a two-door version is simply a natural progression of the brand’s goals. Four doors good, two doors better – a slight reduction in practicality in…

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Duesenberg Model J Coupe

Top 10 Most Opulent Luxury Cars of All Time

Luxury has bitten the dust. These days, the concept seems almost laughable, with brands offering “premium” car for under $30K, and top-trim family sedans crammed with every conceivable feature imaginable. Don’t think of it as a marketing ploy – think of it as the democratization of comfort, reliability and smoothness, all items you used to…

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2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray: In Pictures

Photos by Justin Pritchard and Chris Koski The new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is here – and it’s a serious looker with styling, lines and numerous other visual elements honed from experience in the wind-tunnel and on the world’s most challenging racing circuits, and a cabin designed and trimmed to give pricier performance coupes a run…

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