Hot Wheels Reveals A Very Cool "Spoilers" Mustang Boss Hoss
’Hot Wheels’ is well known for offering some of the coolest diecast models out there. It is, of course, a way for people to get closer to their dream car models, without - you know, breaking the bank. Now, the company is taking a trip back to 1970 when it offered an explosive new line of cars called “Spoilers” that featured oversized blown engines. As a tribute to those diecast cars, Hot Wheels Red Line Club is bringing back the "Spoilers" Mustang Boss Hoss. Offered as a 1:64 scale, the new model will be priced at $25 and will be offered exclusively to RLC members.
Ford Mustang California Special Lands In Europe
If you can’t come to California, we will bring California to you! That seems to be Ford’s thinking with its decision of bringing the Mustang California Special to Europe for the first time.
The European Mustang California Special will be offered exclusively in convertible body style with a folding soft-top - a tribute to the 1968 original. On the British market, the new special edition will be priced from £52,105.
Move Over Braptor!!! The ’Dark Horse’ Bronco 6x6 Is Here
The 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Configurator Has Gone Live And This Is How We Configured It!
Ford’s Bronco Raptor caused a lot of buzz when it finally broke cover last month. The online configurator is now live on Ford’s website, and I decided to give it a go. I was just curious to see how much would a fully spec’d out Bronco Raptor cost and how it’d compare to its chief competitor, the HEMI-powered Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392.
This Infiniti Q60S Showed The Ford Mustang HPP That It Shouldn’t Be Taken Lightly
Sam conducted another drag race, this time involving the Ford Mustang and the Infiniti Q60S, and uploaded the video on his YouTube channel, ‘Sam CarLegion’. This is an interesting mix because it involved a V-6 taking on a four-pot mill that churns out more power. However, the V-6-powered car comes with an all-wheel-drive system, unlike its rival that drives only the rear wheels. To make it even more interesting, they both weigh pretty much the same. Which car do you have your bets on?
1965 Shelby Carbon Cobra To Commemorate Six Decades Of An American Icon
Classic Recreations has come up with an 800-horsepower Shelby Cobra in full carbon attire for Shelby American’s 60th birthday. Only ten examples of the 800-horsepower two-seater will be produced. Each of these track-only cars will set you back a whopping $1.2 million.
Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor
Ford unveiled the next-gen Ranger Raptor in February 2022, and it has since been the talk of the town. While it is a huge improvement over the outgoing model, the highlight is that it will be coming to the U.S. and Canada – the two countries where the Ranger Raptor was forbidden fruit for the longest time. It looks like Ford finally came to a realization that there is a demand for the off-road mid-size beast in these countries.
Now that we know it is coming here, let’s talk about the truck itself. Ford finally moved it to a new platform after basing it on the T6 architecture for 11 years. The new 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor also comes with an upgraded suspension setup, updated exterior aesthetics and interior features, and even features a V-6 engine under the hood. There are a lot of other changes as well, and here’s everything you need to know about the next-gen 2023 Ford Ranger Raptor:
This 1966 Ford Mustang Speedster Is Pure Sacrilege
There are certain cars that should be left untouched, but apparently, the owner of this 1966 Ford Mustang decided otherwise. Not long ago, we shared with you what could be described as the worst modified Jaguar E-Type. While the Mustang is far easier on the eyes (or, at least, less disturbing), it would still cause some purists to fall off their chairs, as this classic pony car has been transformed into a one-of-a-kind, open-top speedster.
20 Affordable Classic Cars You Don’t Want to Pass Up
Now when people mention classic cars, most people automatically assume that it is an expensive hobby. While that may be true up to some degree, especially with regards to collector cars, i.e cars that were produced in extremely small numbers or Concours-worthy cars, pretty much anybody can get into the hobby of classic cars if you know where to look.
Did FORD Just Put Elon Musk’s ’SeXY CARS’ Grand Plan To Bed?
The Ford Motor Company has announced the division of its electric vehicle (BEV) manufacturing activities, from that of its internal combustion engine (ICE) or gasoline automobile production into two separate entities. ‘Ford e’ will be the name of the American brand’s electric car division.
This 1962 Ford Thunderbird Could Be Just One of 40 in Existence
If your memory of the Ford Thunderbird only includes the 10th-generation coupe that was nearly identical to the Mercury Cougar or the failure that was the radically and retro-styled 11th-gen model, then you’ve been ripped off. See, when the Thunderbird was first launched in 1955, it was a stylish two-seat coupe that was as bold as it was interesting. It was produced in mass numbers and was even switched to a four-seat layout after 1958 before being completely redesigned in 1961. That’s where the 1962 Thunderbird that you see here comes into play. The thunderbird itself might not be rare, but this one certainly is, and I’ll explain why.
These Are The Cars With Most Horsepower Per Dollar in 2022
Despite the ongoing chip crisis, there are some fantastic choices of new cars (if you can get your hands on one, that is) out there, and James from Donut Media gives us a run down the rides that offer the most ‘HRSPRS’ i.e horsepower for your dollar.
His end goal? To find out which new car offers the most value, when it comes to the number of ponies on tap.
A Ford Everest Raptor Isn’t off the Table
Following the reveal of the Ranger Raptor in late February 2022, Ford quickly pulled the sheets off the new Ford Everest – an SUV based on the Ford Ranger (so basically, a Ford Ranger converted into an SUV) with an all-new engine, three rows of seating, and an attractive go-almost-anywhere attitude. That attitude could soon change, though, as Ford is open to an Everest Raptor should there be a high enough demand for one.
Ford Debuts The Third-Gen Everest With A New Powerplant, Higher Towing Capacity, And New Features
Ford has launched the third-gen Everest. It is based on the new Ranger and comes with a lot of improvements on the inside, outside, and under the skin. The mid-size three-row SUV isn’t sold in the States, but it is quite popular in other countries. The latest Everest comes with a lot of new features and specs, thus making it an even-better proposition in the ever-growing segment.