American muscle has traditionally been defined as any vehicle wearing a badge from the “Big 3” and is better at the straight quarter mile than through any corners. The Dodge Hellcat brothers, the Challenger and Charger, are the modern examples of this definition. With a ridiculous 707 horsepower on tap from a supercharger 6.2L Hemi V8, the Hellcat can light up its rear tires into a cloud of smoke with the slightest movement from your right ankle. Now any rational person would think that the Hellcat is already overpowered, which would be correct. But Dodge doesn’t seem to be rational. Dodge seems to have gone mental and announced the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to be unveiled at April’s New York Auto Show.
Ford dropped the curtains on the freshly face-lifted Ford Mustang. This will be the first refresh since the introduction of this sixth generation’s chassis in 2014. Although the exterior looks like a minor facelift, it promises to pack a lot more tech underneath the fresh sheetmetal.
Most vehicles on the marketplace are designed, built, and powered by modern technology. This only logical. As the times move on, so should the technology and designs. Nevertheless, there are some that think that older is better. Case in point: Caterham. The British manufacturer insists on soldiering on the ancient Lotus 7. To give you a sense on how ancient it really is, it started production about a decade before man made it to the moon. However, it seems that the times are catching up over at Caterham as they consider doubling their model line up to 2.
Italy’s favourite over-the-top automaker Lamborghini is known for their ridiculously flashy and loud supercars, but in a move that strongly mimics corporate stalemate Porsche in the early 2000’s, they are looking to cash in on the SUV-craze in North America. In a recent interview with UK’s Autocar, Lamborghini revealed some more information about it’s upcoming model line for the expanding über-SUV market.
In 2017, Rezvani Beast Alpha will make appearance to the market. According to the press release of Rezvani, the Beast will be more aggressive as Beast Alpha. We have to admit it really does look “Aggressive”.
The new Beast Alpha will have new features, such as; SideWinder doors, side vents, central exhaust and targa top. The car will weigh only 1,950 lbs thanks to the aluminum monocoque created by Lotus and usage of carbon fiber.
The Notorious Conor McGregor is currently the first UFC fighter to ever hold titles in two distinctive divisions simultaneously. After his domination of former lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez, he has spent his days savoring his champion status by living in excess. Most recently, the two weight world champ purchased a new Lamborghini Aventador, in which he named “The Mutant”.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is already one of the most dreamed about exotic cars that many people around the world wish to have. It is one of the most extreme, high performance and road going cars ever built to date. In addition, the LaFerrari is now the most expensive modern car to ever be sold at an auction.
Watch the funniest and most ridiculous music video I’ve ever seen – BIG NEM’s “Tickle My Dick”
In July my friend told me about “Big Nem”. I was confused by the name and asked who the hell he was. He told me he was a friend of his who is going to be a big name one day. Apparently he was about 7 feet tall, a rapper, comedian, and filmmaker. I confusingly laughed at all those details and wondered what planet this person was from.
He told me Nem was shooting a music video and he couldn’t make it to the shoot and asked me to fill in for him to observe and meet him for potential collaborations. I texted Nem and he told me where and when it was.
It was a really hot day in an abandoned lot. When I got there I saw beautiful, voluptuous girls in body paint, nibbling on baby carrots in a makeshift tent as they Snapchatted their Raptors jersey-style body art. I immediately thought, “if only my girlfriend knew where I was”.
That’s when he emerged from a nearby alley with a crew of 10 around him, along with a super sexy girl in a latex suit, and two oiled up male bodybuilders who were led by her on dog leashes. She positioned herself with the bodybuilders beside her in front an orange Lamborghini Gallardo. He yelled graciously, “Ok gentlemen, we need more humping on each side of her hips, Kevin I need you to squat up and down her side while sniffing her legs like a creep… Ok? Action!”. The girl began rapping “Tickle yo dick? I ain’t tickling’ shit… I’m Jewish bitch, my daddy own all yo property”. Nem yelled, “Cut! That was great, but I need more hip thrusting from you guys! Knock her back and forth please!”
Out of all the auto shows that go on during the year, the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) show has to be the wildest show on the calendar. It’s a show completely filled with the maddest, most outrageous automotive creations on the planet. Last year, when I lost my SEMA virginity, I had a great experience appreciating how much the aftermarket had to offer consumers and businesses alike in the realm of automotive customization. So when I was asked to board a plane headed to Las Vegas for SEMA 2016, there was not a moment of hesitation before I agreed.