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Alpine A110 Sports Car Goes on 2017 Geneva Motor Show

The French automaker prepared their new magnificent sport car what will debut on the Geneva Motor Show in March 2017. The company has already launched the A110 model in the 60’s and 70’s, and as they succeed in their category, the new sport car, as we hear from other sources should called the A120, but it’s not confirmed yet officially.

Trans Am Bandit Edition – From Atlanta to Texarkana

Trans Am
Trans Am

Like Smokey’s boss in the Bandit movie, someone (topgear) had the idea of traveling in a Pontiac Trans Am from Atlanta, Georgia to Texarkana, Texas. And all that in 28 hours (again, the same like in the movie), but this time, without the $80,000 prize. This doesn’t look like a tough bite, but let’s remember that Smokey had to pick up a runaway bride in that time limit.

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Teaser

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
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Dodge has been teasing the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon for over a month now. The Demon has its own division on the Dodge website, where highly anticipated details are being released on a weekly basis and in video form. After last weeks video everyone was quick to assume that the new model will come in an all-wheel drive. However, after the newest teaser, all of those speculations were laid to rest and we can safely say that the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will most definitely come with a rear wheel drive.

2017 Geneva Motor Show Preview, pre-show information

Geneva Motor Show will not disappoint us in this 2017 year ahead, when it comes to representing the new spieces of the leaders company. It will be a very exciting and unique experience for sure, but let us give a little taste of what is expecting you in March.

2018 Ford Mustang Convertible – What To Expect?

2018 Ford Mustang Convertible
image credit: caranddriver

The 2018 Ford Mustang Convertible is set to launch this fall, but months ahead of its grand debut, Ford decided to tease us all with two brand new photographs of the upcoming convertible. From what we have seen, it is pretty clear that the new model will embody most of the updates the coupe version of the Mustang received when it debuted earlier this month. Basically, the 2018 convertible is the hardtop without the roof.