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Mercedes-AMG G63 900 Rocket Edition by Brabus

Brabus products are some of the most expensive aftermarket builds that you can buy today. If you can get anything south of half-a-million dollars, then it’s a bargain. The company specializes in Mercedes products and has created tens of iterations of its popular models in the past. But, one product that Brabus can’t get enough of is the G-Class. In all fairness, no one can get enough of it. So, can’t really blame Brabus here.

Anyway, the German tuner has come up with yet another G63 build, called the Brabus 900 Rocket Edition. It comes with an exclusive exterior shade, carbon fiber components on the exterior, and power boosts that make this boxy SUV sprint to 62 mph in under four seconds. How about that!

Nissan Isn’t Giving Up on the Skyline, But you Might Not Like What’s Coming

The Nissan brand and its partners are in the middle of restructuring their operations. The Japanese brand will be in charge of operations in North America, while Renault will manage things in Europe. Despite the major reorganization of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, Nissan’s executive vice president Asako Hoshino assures us that the Skyline name will live on.

Paul Walkers Fast and Furious Supra Is Up For Auction Again

The Toyota Supra from 2001 film The Fast and the Furious is going up for auction. Here’s your chance to get your hands on one of the most iconic Movie cars of all time. The legendary car driven by the late Paul Walker in the original Fast and Furious can now be yours. It is going up for auction at Barrett Jackson in Las Vegas.

Watch a Family Hauler Obliterate a V-12 Lamborghini Aventador

Hennessy, the tuner from Texas, put out a video of a Durango SRT Hellcat they tuned take on a Lamborghini Aventador S. The video demonstrates precisely what its HPE 1000 upgrade does to the already mental Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat. You have to see this!

Kia Carnival - Driven

The Kia Carnival name might sound new to you, but Kia has been using it for this exact minivan in various markets since its introduction since 1998. Up until this point, you’ve known it as the Kia Sedona, but with the transition into the fourth-generation – which has been on sale in South Korea since September 2020 and in parts of Europe as of March of 2021. It will hit the North American market in July of 2021, but we managed to get behind the wheel of the new Carnival beforehand. This is what you need to know about the 2022 Kia Carnival.

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