Narrowing down these exhilarating finishes was quite a difficult task. It led to many heated arguments in the Carhoots team and we’re sure to hear some opinions from you guys, but that’s alright. It is what the comments section was invented for, so make sure you give us your very best.
Photo source: legos.com Legos have been used to create impressive model vehicles in the past, but Dave Slater, aka brickdater, has created a remarkable 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Dave has been infatuated with the ’69 C3 Corvette Stingray for as long as he can remember, and rather than forking over the money for one he […]
Dodge has thrown down the gauntlet and now claims to have the most powerful muscle car on the market with the introduction of the Hellcat engine that was inserted into the new design of the 2015 Challenger SRT. The same claim to fame can be applied to their 4-door counterpart after announcing the veritable Hellcat […]
Ford has made some bold moves when it comes to offering unique powertrains with vehicles. The Fiesta SFE EcoBoost is possibly the boldest powertrain offering for a subcompact vehicle. While the base Fiesta and most of its competitors offer standard 4-cylinder powertrains, the SFE EcoBoost is a unique option that cuts off one cylinder to […]
A brief ceremony brought together Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the grand prize winner of eBay’s Garage for Good sweepstakes, Eric Thor, to the Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet dealership in Tallahassee, Florida. NASCAR’s most popular driver presented the key to a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and afterwards took Eric for a test ride. How cool is […]
Harley Davidson made an electric motorcycle? One doesn’t equate the all American machine with anything electric, but that’s exactly what they designed with the idea of allowing motorcycle riders test ride and then provide feedback. Harley named the experiment the “Project LiveWire Experience Tour.”
For many people Rolls-Royce equates to the highest standards of excellence, opulence and the ultimate excess in luxury. Seemingly miles of deep sumptuous leather, hand craftsmanship, and old world technology that today might seem outmoded, was once standard for the elite coachmaker, and in many ways it still is.