Hov is back, rejoining frequent collaborator Kanye West on the new album Watch The Throne. What does that have to do with exciting innovations in transportation technology? Very little we assumed, outside of the many luxury carmakers sure to be name dropped throughout the album's lyrics. That is, until we saw this music video for the album's first single Otis featuring a modded Maybach that spits flames from its exhaust. What more can I say?
When we find modded cars such as the Smart or the Tesla, we always raise an eyebrow about the impact this might have on fuel economy. However, this is not the case with the Aerocivic or the vehicle you see above: a modded Prius that is supposed to have an even lower aerodynamic drag than the original. According to AutoLabo, the creators said the current build opens the door to more "eco-tuning," leaving aside questions about the look of huge fenders and nearly-impossible additions that cover the
It appears that the theme of this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas will be "Gratuitous Tuning," the time honored art of adding plastic body kits, big wheels, lethal sound systems and origami doors to our favorite cars just for the hell of it. The latest car we've found is the Maaco Medusa Mustang, a pimped out pony car that left the fine line between good taste and garishness in the dust as fast as its 550-horsepower, supercharged engine could take it. If you look closely you'll notice that most of
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