Look Out World: Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show–Fiat 500 Abarth

Fiat’s little 500 is damn near perfect. But if there’s one sure-fire way way to make a car better, it’s to give it more power. Along with 59 more ponies, the Abarth also gets some trick brakes, suspension pieces and appearance bits. Mama mia! More Debuts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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Best of SEMA: a Real-Life Hot Wheels Car

It’s not like the Hot Wheels thing hasn’t been done before, but you have to give GM credit for bringing the track too–even if it was made out of fabric. The inspiration for this stunner came from the original set of Hot Wheels cars from the ’60s, and it looked great parked at the end […] More »

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Best of SEMA: RAUH-Welt Porsche

This what happens when a Japanese tuner takes a fancy to some German iron, and all I can say is that I wish it happened more often. While this sweet Porsche from Rauh-Welt reminds me of the customized 911s and 930s from back in the ’80s, but there’s nothing retro about it. Even with the […] More »

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Best of SEMA: the Runamucka

I’m almost positive I saw a video about the Runamucka a couple years back, but regardless, this was the first time I’ve seen it in person. The body comes from a ’42 Ford, the grill came from a ’32, and the nose cone was snatched from a ’50 Studebaker. But the builders reached across the […] More »

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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Volvo Concept You

Sure, I’ve seen plenty of concepts with suicide doors and a B-pilar delete. But I’ve drank plenty of Makers Mark too, and not sick of that either. With its doors open like this, Volvo’s Concept You looks as inviting as a suite at the Wynn. LA Auto Show Photo Galleries: More Concept Cars >>>>Booth Babes […] More »

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