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Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

Scenes from the 2018 SEMA Show

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This years SEMA show drew in more than 70,000 domestic & international buyers.
DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

DUB and Kia team up to transform the the Stinger and K900 at SEMA

We had the pleasure to work with Kia to take the new K900 and Stinger…
Chris Johnson - CJ2k

Chris Johnson - CJ2k

During his ten years in the NFL, Chris Johnson has done things few other men…
Young Dolph

Young Dolph

When you hit rap superstar status, your garage better reflect your bank account. Young Dolph…
Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Tanner Fox : Lamborghini Huracan

Many car guys start out the same way. As teenagers, they fantasize about owning a…
2018 Dallas DUB Show Video Recap!

2018 Dallas DUB Show Video Recap!

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Here's a video recap of all the fun that went on at this year's Monster…
Ultimate Auto's Italian Evolution

Ultimate Auto's Italian Evolution

When you’re at the top of your game, the only thing you can do is…
Cain Velasquez

Cain Velasquez

There is an old adage that comes from boxing that goes, “A great big man…
Rezvani Tank

Rezvani Tank

When a regular off-road custom just won’t do, those with a flexible bank account can…
When creating their all-new 2013 Avalon, Toyota provided themselves with one simple rule: If you’re going to make something, it better be good. Toyota’s premium mid-size flagship car has been in production since 1995 and has seen three previous iterations, but none compare to this year’s new model. Toyota designers wanted to be radical yet have the new Avalon be born from the purest expression and encompass all that they love about driving. The result is what Toyota’s U.S. Senior Vice President of Automotive Operations, Bob Carter, believes is “the most beautiful car [he’s] seen in 20 years with Toyota,”…
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 00:00

2013 Fisker Karma

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To be perfectly frank, until recently, I just didn’t get the Fisker Karma. I was reasonably familiar, of course, with the car’s obligatory checklist of technological innovations, as well as the moral mandate of green that pervaded its design brief. A luxury-segment, gasoline generator-reinforced, electrically powered plug-in hybrid 4-door sports car with a solar-panel roof somewhat speaks for itself. And company founder and chief designer Henrik Fisker’s resume, which includes penning the BMW Z8 and the Aston Martin DB9, commands the kind of respect that ensures patience with such a tender and tenuous venture of a car company. But despite…
Monday, 29 October 2012 00:00

2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster

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There’s no denying that Mercedes-Benz has always been one of the “phattest” car companies around. But for recent decades of entertainers and athletes, the most popular rolling bling out of Stuttgart has generally been on the fat side. CLs, G-Wagons, and Maybachs, of course, have been the name of the game, whether it be the rap game, or a ball game (be it round or oblong). The less gargantuan, but sportier SL convertibles, on the other hand, have gotten little love since the days of “Magnum P.I.,” a lamentable reality that now figures to definitively change with the arrival of…
Saturday, 03 March 2012 00:00

2012 Aston Martin Virage

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According to one of professional sports’ occasional truths, sometimes the greatness of an athlete is less defined by his own traits than his ability to match an equally powerful rival. Simply put, the greatest competitors are often defined by their adversaries as much as themselves. While this is somewhat true in team sports (think Celtics/Lakers or the Braves/Yankees match-ups of the ’90s), it is particularly relevant in an individual sport like boxing, where an off night cannot be overcome by the efforts of a teammate. Would Muhammed Ali have been “the greatest” without Joe Frazier? Ray Leonard as “Sugar” without…
Thursday, 26 May 2011 00:00

2011 Lexus LFA

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There’s no denying that the blazingly fast Lexus LFA is an exactingly engineered car. With 10 years of development that included substantial input from Yamaha Motor on its V10 motor, the LFA offers race-inspired weight distribution with its rear-placed dual radiators and battery. Despite being a badass ride, the car is a bit of an enigma. Consider this: if you build a Ferrari-beater almost twice as expensive as the genuine article, but you design it to look like the ultimate tuner car, will the Prancing Horse’s millionaires still be interested? If you devise the whiniest, fastest, most awesome Japanese track…
Tuesday, 17 May 2011 00:00

2011 Audi A8

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Those who know him consider him peculiar. Well, those who resent him, that is. Those who want to know him might say "eccentric" instead. They'd mean "sexy, in a dangerous way." He just considers himself…a bit more…discerning than most men in his position. And yes, he's quite aware there aren't many. Men in his position, that is. So, for example, his suits are not Armani. They are not Zegna. They are, in fact, made for him by hand, by a reclusive (and surprisingly young) tailor whose name, and location, he does not feel inclined to reveal. Friends wonder, because the…
Tuesday, 15 February 2011 00:00

2011 Dodge Ram

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We're sitting on 10-way power adjustable, heated and cooled seats swathed in rich black leather. Our hands are tight around a comfortably thick steering wheel, wrapped in the same luxurious leather, and heated against the cold. We're not in a Mercedes S-Class. In back, the passengers are watching live TV and listening to it on headphones. That way, they don't interfere with the rich sound we're getting from the 506-Watt Alpine stereo system, with its 10-inch subwoofer. We're not in a BMW 7-Series. The acceleration from the 5.7-liter V8 is smooth, with plenty of low-end torque and a big punch…
Monday, 14 February 2011 00:00

2011 Porsche Panamera

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Let's get this out of the way first: It is possible for the entire world to be wrong about a thing. Case in point – the 2011 Porsche Panamera. Motor Trend called it "styling by Jelly Belly." USA Today said it was "an ugly, elongated lump with a stretched hood ill-suited to the hatchback rear." And Jeremy Clarkson called it "uglier than an inside-out monkey." (If you don't know who Jeremy Clarkson is, put down this magazine and don't come back until you've seen a season's worth of episodes) Yes, it is possible for the entire world to be wrong…
Monday, 14 February 2011 00:00

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Mike Tyson didn't win another belt. He just bit a man's ear and got a face tattoo. Bret Favre this season? Are you serious? So when Jeep announced plans to breathe new life into the Grand Cherokee – the vehicle that kicked off the SUV craze long ago, but had faded into a middle-of-the-pack contender built by a company perpetually on the edge of collapse – well, frankly, we expected the Michael-Jordan-in-a-Washington-Wizards uniform of SUVs. But this thing? This is the sequel that beats the original. This is Jordan's first un-retirement. The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, left for dead, has…
Wednesday, 01 December 2010 00:00

2011 Bentley Mulsanne

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Let’s face it, if you had to build a list of the most blinged-out rides on Earth, chances are that two of our English friends from across the pond would make your list. No disrespect to American builders though. It’s just that Bentley and that other British company that owned them for 70 years paid their dues over the decades. When VW bought Bentley in 1998, we were all excited to see how the new ownership would change the quality of the cars, and the Continental GT series did not disappoint, quickly becoming a fave of rappers and pro athletes…

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