15 Ways People Modify Their Sports Cars That Make No Sense

Modifying your car is a time-honored tradition among car enthusiasts. There’s not much that can compare to the satisfaction of making a vehicle truly your own. However, not all modifications can be considered “useful,” in fact, some modifications do more

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20 Sports Cars That Were Seriously Neglected

Myles Munroe said, “We live in a disposable, ‘cast-off and throw-away’ society that has largely lost any real sense of permanence. Ours is a world of expiration dates, limited shelf life, and planned obsolescence. Nothing is absolute.” Like most products,

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Volvo has created an autonomous truck that looks like a sports car

Volvo has been investing heavily in the development of self-driving trucks in recent years and has even put some of its creations to work, including a vehicle for trash collection in Sweden and another for carrying heavy loads at a mine in Norway.

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Porsche Bergspyder Is A Lightweight Sports Car That Never Happened

Here’s the story behind the one-off sports car that never hit production. In 1968, Porsche built the 909 Bergspyder – a one-seater lightweight speedster that’s built specifically for hillclimb races. It wears a white and green livery with a ready-to-drive weight of only

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When safety kills: Cars that will soon be gone forever

Japan may be the country with the highest life expectancy but when it comes to the longevity of cars, India tops the list, if you exclude sanction-stifled Iran. Proof? The venerable Ambassador manufactured in Uttarpara between 1948 and 2014 holds

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Hyundai unveils walking car design that has ‘limitless’ possibilities

Hyundai unveiled a walking car design – complete with robotic legs – that the company claims is the future of the first responder industry and has “limitless” purposes. Debuted at the CES technology expo in Las Vegas on Monday, “Elevate”

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