2018 Pontiac GTO Judge!

The new rumor on the internet is that new 2018 Pontiac GTO Judge is coming soon to the market. We all remember the rumor about new 2017 Pontiac Trans Am, but jet we have found out that the “Rumor” is not just rumor, the new Trans am has been made, an that is 7 of them, with Camaro Body kit, and it is not Pontiac, because we all know that Pontiac is dead!Is the new 2018 Pontiac GTO Judge is going to been made on same way like new Trans Am, and will it be limited edition, we will see soon. We all know that the The Judge was released back in 1969, and it was intended as a low-cost model of the car. Yet, according to rumors new GTO will be more powerful, and looks more awesome! But let’s get back to what we found so far!

Now, when we talk about the engine options for new GTO, there are few rumors on the net. 6.2-liter Camaro V8, 7.0 and so on. But if it goes like with Bandit Edition limited, that it is currently custom, and you could order what engine you want. But, if you ask us, we would like to see 7.4-liter LSX V8 engine, 2.9-liter twin-screw supercharger with 840 hp. Now, that is something great if you wanna have real muscle car, and you wanna enjoy the ride!

Now, with so many rumors on the internet, we wanna go with the one that is possible, because we know that Pontiac is dead!
We think that they will use donor Camaro body kit, and do some little adjustments to him like they did on new Bandit, and will make custom made GOT Judge just like you wannaIf we take the case with new Trans am Bandit Edition and limited edition of 77, with the starting price of $115,000, including the donor Chevrolet Camaro (according to Top Speed), but it may be little different, we can expect that new GTO will cost around $150,000 (including the donor Chevrolet Camaro), which is little too much, but on the other hand, this is GTO Judge.

Remember this article is based on the rumors, but we all remember the rumor about Ford Bronco (it’s going to be made), and rumor about Trans am, so this is more likely to be truth than just fools advertising!
Our opinion is that it will be custom made (because Pontiac is dead), and it will be limited edition.

Source: www.stillhunting.info

Tesla’s New Roadster Will Be Fastest Production Car Ever Made

Elon Musk just announced Tesla will be making a Roadster sports car. Cue: The sound of techie gear-heads the world over salivating. 
Rightly so. This car would be enough to make Dominic Toretto crack a smile. The new version of the Roadster, a convertible no less, will muster zero to 60 mph in 1.9 seconds, quicker than the average Formula 1 car.

It’ll hit a top speed of a quarter mile in 8.9 seconds, in a world where 10-second cars are coveted, so The Fast and The Furious taught us.

Top speed reaches somewhere north of 250 mph, putting it in the realm of the fastest production cars on the planet, like the Bugatti Chiron and Koenigsegg Agera, reports Wired.

Not to mention, it’s also pretty handy for the school run, with four seats – if you’re travelling with two small people – decent cargo room.

With an astounding 620 miles of range, thanks to a 200-kilowatt hour battery pack, it’s about double what you get in the most capable Model S.

That gets you from Inverness to Cornwall – essentially the whole length of the UK – without having to charge up.
No surprise the base price will be $200,000 and reserving your spot on the list will cost you $50,000, but that’s still cheaper than the Bugatti.

If the car itself wasn’t enough to get your gears going, just wait until you hear about how Elon Musk introduced the beast.

After introducing his new electric 18-wheeler truck, which looks pretty impressive in itself, the lights dimmed to blackout and Musk stepped off stage.

At that moment, Sabotage by the Beastie Boys came on over the speaker system, the 18-wheeler’s cargo hold opened and the Roadster glided out from its cavernous depths, like a weirdly majestic technological birthing ceremony.

He said:
The point of this is to give the hardcore smackdown to gasoline cars.

The original Roadster was Tesla’s first car, with the proof of concept built between 2008 to 2012, designed by the young automaker’s as way of showing electric cars could be cool, not just overgrown golf carts.

We’ve come a long way and they’ve certainly made their point with this revival

Let’s just hope Musk brings the Roadster to market before humanity is drastically altered beyond recognition when we are forced to ‘merge’ with technology to compete with machine (like the ones he creates), as he has previously predicted.

Speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, the tech mogul explained how eventually, machines will outpace the human brain and replace people in certain fields of work

He said:
Over time I think we will probably see a closer merger of biological intelligence and digital intelligence.

It’s mostly about the bandwidth, the speed of the connection between your brain and the digital version of yourself – particularly output.

The motoring future is here people – well, by 202o, if Musk’s notoriously generous ETAs are to be believed.

But, it’s worth the wait; a work of art, even for someone like me, who still proudly brandishes a provisional driving licence at night club doormen.
Via. www.unilad.co.uk

Yoga pants mechanic is fixing flats and breaking hearts

There’s just something sexy about a woman who’s good with her hands.

Meet Malorie Woods, a mechanic, racer, model, and self described horsepower freak.

Take a look at some of her best work on Instagram before checking out her reverse mount video below.


Classic car hero Tom Scarpello ended the frequent barroom discussion topic of how somebody should make a brand-new version of a classic car when his company, Revology Cars introduced a 1966 Mustang with contemporary chassis and drivetrain technology beneath the period sheetmetal in 2014.

Having built fastback and convertible editions of the original Mustangs, followed by a Shelby GT350-specification high-performance version, Revology has moved on to the second-generation Mustang of 1967-’68, with the Revology 1967 Shelby GT500.

This neo-hot rod is powered by a supercharged 5.0-liter Ford “Coyote” double overhead cam V8 built by Roush Performance to provide 600 horsepower and 475 lb.-ft. torque, so Revology’s Shelby is faster than the originals were back in the good old days.

It stops and turns better too, thanks to the Wilwood six-piston front/four-piston rear disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering and coil spring rear suspension instead of the old leaf springs.

Those are all fabulous under-the-skin upgrades that a modern car driver might not necessarily notice if they aren’t familiar with the shortcomings of the original model, but the new Shelby also includes modern climate control and infotainment technology that every driver will notice and appreciate.

There are other small touches too, like all-LED lighting throughout, so there will never be a burned out bulb. The cabin is appointed with brushed stainless steel, walnut wood and leather where the original car employed plastic and vinyl. And the rear seat folds down for convenient pass-through to the trunk for carrying long items.

This thing is so practical, you’d be irresponsible not to buy it. Prices start at $219,000 for the six-speed manual transmission version (the one you want) and $222,840 for the six-speed automatic. But you want the manual.


2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is So Insane It Can Do Wheelies

If you thought the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat was going to keep its crown as the king of American muscle cars, you were wrong. That’s because the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon just showed up, ready to put its absurdly powerful predecessor to shame.

You know how people reacted to the news that the Challenger Hellcat put out a whopping 707 horsepower? Turns out, it wasn’t enough for Dodge, since for this new muscle car, they cranked things up by fitting it with the most powerful production V8 engine in history.

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon still uses the same 6.2-liter Hemi V8 as its predecessor. Except, this time around, it’s being equipped with a larger supercharger and a host of new parts that boost the power output to a whopping 840 horsepower and 770 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough to get it from standstill to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds, all while being able to do a wheelie from dead stop. Yes, it can do a wheelie – just slam on the gas from standstill and you’ll go a little under three feet with the front wheels airborne.

Features include an eight-speed automatic transmission, the largest functional hood scoop in any production car, TransBrake function for quicker launches, Nitto street-legal drag racing tires, and a curb weight of 4,280 pounds. Inside, only the driver seat exists, although you can add a passenger seat and backseats as options for a dollar each.

Only 3,300 units of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be built. No pricing has been announced, but they’re reportedly working to get it under $100,000.

The EarthRoamer XV-HD Is a $1.5 Million Luxury Camper

The EarthRoamer XV-HD was designed for those who love the quality, design and craftsmanship of our more compact XV-LTS model, but desire more space and amenities. In addition to being more spacious, the HD also provides greater fuel, water, solar and battery capacities. By using the latest technologies we’ve created the most efficient, state-of-the-art and self-sufficient expedition vehicle ever, allowing you to travel off the beaten path for longer.

EarthRoamer, the world leader in off-road, off-grid, luxury expedition vehicles, is excited to announce the expansion of their product line with the highly anticipated XV-HD. Built on a ruggedly capable 4WD Ford F-750 chassis and designed to accommodate up to 6 people in total comfort, the EarthRoamer XV-HD is the answer for those looking to explore the backcountry without sacrificing space or amenities.

Since 1998, EarthRoamer has been designing, building and perfecting expedition vehicles that break all the rules of the traditional RV lifestyle. Coined “XVs,” EarthRoamer’s burly self-sufficient vehicles get you off the grid and away from crowded RV parks so you can travel on your own terms-without the need for propane or a noisy generator. The popular F-550 based XV-LTS model has been a huge success with almost 200 on the road and an impressive track record for performance and craftsmanship. Now, with the larger and more technologically advanced XV-HD, EarthRoamer is taking their proven luxury overlanding concept to new heights.

The capability of the XV-HD starts at its foundation. Utilizing a 4WD converted Ford F-750 with a 6.7L Powerstroke engine, the base for the XV-HD is rock solid. EarthRoamer increases the off-road capability further by adding 46” Michelin XZL’s, rear air suspension with Fox shocks, hydraulic leveling, hydraulic front 30,000 lb. Warn Industries winch, a full LED light array from Baja Designs, and much more. Escaping the crowds and traveling on your own terms is one thing, but staying out in total comfort is the ultimate goal for the XV-HD. With 2,100 watts of solar capability, a 20,000-watt Lithium Ion battery bank, a PTO driven hydraulic generator, 250 gallons of fresh water capacity, and 115 gallons of diesel fuel capacity, the XV-HD is equipped for the long haul.

The rugged brawn of the XV-HD is matched only by it’s luxuriously outfitted interior and handcrafted finishes. Featuring a full bathroom with separate shower, washer/dryer, full kitchen with premium appliances, in-floor radiant heating, Bose Surround Sound entertainment, and King Ranch trim in the cab, the XV-HD lets you have it all – wherever you travel.

For more information, visit www.earthroamer.com/XV-HD.

EarthRoamer designs and builds the world’s bestselling expedition vehicles. Hand built by craftsman in Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, EarthRoamer XVs enable adventurers to travel far off the beaten path in unparalleled safety and comfort-without the need for water, sewer or electrical hook ups. Designed from the ground-up to be capable of traveling over all types of terrain while providing a luxurious camping experience, an EarthRoamer empowers you to truly Live Your Dream.


It’s Official: The Volkswagen Bus Is Back, And It’s Electric!

The I.D. Buzz concept will go into production, sparking a new generation of Microbus fans

Driven by popular demand, Volkswagen announced today it is planning on selling a production version of the award-winning I.D. Buzz concept electric vehicle in 2022 for the United States, Europe and China.

The I.D. Buzz is the second EV concept that VW has revealed for production, along with the original I.D. concept slated to enter production around 2019 as a 2020 model, while the I.D. Crozz concept has shown how an electric VW SUV could look. All three use VW’s Modular Electric Drive kit, a group of components and chassis parts engineered to maximize the potential of electric drive and future technology.



The first VW Bus sold in the United States in 1950 had all of 30 hp. The I.D. Buzz concept sports 369 hp from electric motors on each axle that also provide all wheel drive and the 111 kWh battery pack in the floor of the MEB chassis provide nearly 300 miles of estimated range. Using a VW fast-charge system, it can recharge about 80 percent of its energy capacity in 30 minutes at 150 kW.

 But just like the original Microbus, the design and engineering of the I.D. Buzz concept and MEB platform provides ample space for passengers or cargo, with an expansive view of the surroundings. There’s even a front trunk, just like the original VW Beetle.

The I.D. Buzz concept also offers a preview of the type of autonomous technology that VW will develop for future models – namely its fully automated “I.D. Pilot” mode that could go into production by 2025. From the fold-away steering wheel and pop-up laser scanners in the roof to a heads-up display that integrates augmented reality, the I.D. Buzz does not lack for innovation.

Today that napkin is on display in a museum in Amsterdam, and the vehicle itself went on to even greater fame. With its compact exterior, spacious interior, and a design that seemed to put a smile on every face that saw it, the VW bus became one of our most beloved cars.

That was especially true in the United States in the 1960s and ‘70s, where a VW Bus represented freedom.

It took you everywhere with your friends, it was a car but also a home on wheels, it was both reliable and unconventional.

The new I.D. Buzz will be the seventh generation of the bus. Over time, the vehicle evolved in style but always retained its character, versatility, and ability to draw or carry a crowd. Still, the original version — affectionately called The Splitty by aficionados for its split front windshield — remained the most iconic design.

The exterior I.D. Buzz harkens to that first generation. It sports a two-tone V-nose, rectangular windows, a hint of a windshield sunshade, and a gesture at the rear side air vents that characterized the original.

Lamborghini Terzo Millennio

Automobili Lamborghini has just unveiled plans for a visionary hypercar concept unlike any other. The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio uses innovative self-healing materials for its body and an unprecedented supercapacitor that powers this four-wheel drive torpedo.

The new Lambo concept maintains the lines we all know and love, but ditches the V12 engine in exchange of all-electric power that runs to motors integrated into each wheel. The supercar can also store energy in its carbon fiber body–a feature we predict will be standard pretty soon in the ‘third millennium.’

This Mind-Blowing Audi Truck Could Be The Future Of Big Rigs

Big rigs are highly required by automakers in a bid to transport race cars to the track and other stuff they usually do. Have you ever wondered how awesome it would be if the companies start getting adventurous and design their trucks in an amazing way? Have a look at the self-driving electric truck that was a concept as designed by Artern Smirnov from Belarus and Vladimir Panchenko based out of Ukraine.

This featured truck by Audi is in sync with the typical designs of Audi. The concept images were posted by the designers as Truck for Audi. It has a slippery open cockpit and it looks like the wide of Death Vader. Take a look at the amazing pictures and you will be spellbound seeing how spectacular the designs are. The day these trucks evolve to reality, we would have a beautiful set of wheels rocking our roads.