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It will be the fastest car the company has ever built.
It’s big, it’s beautiful, and it’s ready for the track.
The Gymkhana Files reveals how much work goes into Block's stunts.
Yes, it's the same car that set a new record of 210 mph a few weeks ago.
Thank you for that, Porsche.
The detail on the Lego model really shines through when it's sitting next to the actual 1987 Pikes Peak car.
A new chance to own a piece of muscle car royalty.
The company's TGNA platform is adaptable enough to bring models to market more quickly.
Inside, some of the switches appear to come from BMW.
Getting the bugs out before production.
California-based Vonnen has a clever hybrid-electric conversion that adds up to 350 bhp.
The twin-turbo V6 receives upgraded turbos and a custom exhaust to be an even hotter powerplant.
There can be only one, um, One.
Listen to that 6.5-liter Cosworth engine roar.
At launch, there's only one engine available in the United States, but more options are on the way.
The company is already accepting pre-orders in Germany.
Fewer than 10 will ever be made and each will cost more than 700,000 GBP.
Moby Dick is back and it sounds angry.