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Given the way luxury car brands the world over have gravitated towards 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine options, it would only be common sense that Lexus' first-ever gas turbo should see applications beyond the NX, and ... [Read More]
In January 1989, the Detroit Auto Show, then a regional dealer event, morphed into the far larger and more significant North American International Auto Show. Among its numerous world debuts, three in particular stand out: the original Dodge Viper R/T 10 concept car and the launch of Nissan and Toyota's full-fledged luxury marques: Infiniti and Lexus. The latter saw its flagship LS 400 sedan go into production in May of that year, with U.S. sales beginning in September 1989, followed by limited exports to Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Curiously, these momentous occasions' 25th, or silver anniversary this year have seen only scant mentions and, to date, only one full-on commemorative edition vehicle. (In stark contrast, Mazda's MX-5 Miata roadster, another car first born in 1989, has unveiled its official 25th Anniversary Edition, for which the 100-car U.S. allocation - out of a total of 1000 to be built - sold out in 10 minutes).
So, which market gets the honors of unveiling Lexus' first 25th-anniversary vehicle? The United States, always the brand's primary and most popular market? Nope, we haven't yet heard a peep in this... [Read More]
Would the Lexus RC F and IS F models benefit from a dual-clutch gearbox?
The IS F has admittedly not caught onto the high-performance luxury segment as well as the Japanese automaker would like. What Lexus was hoping would be a competitor to the BMW M3 has simply become an anomaly in the lineup, not even receiving the same styling and design updates as the standard IS sedan. But now, with the RC F revealed and heading to dealerships before the end of the year, the need of a dual-clutch gearbox is becoming more prevalent.
SEE ALSO: 2015 Lexus RC F Coupe Snarls With ‘More than 450 HP’
Which is why Toyota Motorsport GmbH has been tasked with the job of developing what its calling a manual-shift gearbox, which is likely a dual-clutch transmission. In a recent interview, TMG business operations director Rob Leupen shared the news of the gearbox’s development but also noted that development of hybrid technology for the next-generation IS F is
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If you want to be seen driving around in a seriously retro ride, then we suggest a trip to the Auburn Auction Park in Auburn, Indiana this weekend. The annual Auburn Spring Auction is kicking off with 900 cars hitting the block, including some serious gems of the MTV era.
We've compiled a list of 10 of the best and most interesting cars of the 1980s that any Gen-Xer would take over a date with Molly Ringwald.
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We're not going to lie, this one starts a little slow, but by the end you'll have shivers running down your spine.
What you see in the video from the onset is only the very start of this sinkhole that eventually grows to swallow an entire line of cars, and a whole lot of additional real estate in residential Baltimore.
It's also a serious lesson in just how dangerous sinkholes can be. Keep watching the build-up until around 1:14 and the rest just becomes terrifying.
WATCH & WEEP... Can you imagine if this was your car?
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