This badass twin turbo Nova with a 406 cubic inch motor is what dreams are made of! Making over 800 horsepower, this Chevrolet Nova hit the streets to line up against some late model cars including a Nissan GT-R and a supercharged Camaro. Sometimes these engines get a little to warm or make a little too much boost and things can go really bad, really fast. Check out what happens in this video when this Nova decides to let go!
Some call them Modern Muscle Cars, but we’re not trying to get caught up in the semantics. We're just here to share some awesome high-performance machines. This 2011 Nickey Performance Stage III S 427 Camaro bridges the gap between today's Technology and one of the names that started it all, Nickey Chevrolet, and is an over-the-top example of what modern engineering can do. This one makes 4-digit power but doesn’t require a racetrack to use it.
America's top pony cars have been battling for ages, but the rivalry reaching a climax of technological advancement. Just recently, Ford has countered the announcement of the new Camaro with a sharp new car of their own: the 2018 Mustang. It was unveiled at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show in early February and has really got car enthusiasts talking.
The new Mustang leads with a more angular-looking, down-to-earth facade, and the interior has been restyled with an enormous LCD display that puts the driver in control of everything, and the rear of the GT features a new quad exhaust. Behind the car's scowl, the hood is packed with surprises.
The V-6 option on Mustangs has been retired and replaced with a 2.3L turbo inline-4 engine with less power, but probably more fuel efficiency (Ford hasn't released those numbers yet). However, the Mustang GT is still 5.0-liter V-8 powered, a feature that Ford isn't planning on letting go of soon.
A few things haven't changed: The Mustang is still rear-wheel drive, with a choice between 8-speed manual and 12-speed automatic. And all this is still available in convertible and coupe.
How do you feel about this new reveal? To a few, the unveiling is bittersweet; the car doesn't meet some people's expectations of power and new features, but it certainly doesn't disappoint. It's a Mustang, which has always and will always mean awesome speed and performance.