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Bowler's first production rally-raider to cost nearly $250,000

With some of the most ferocious high-speed off-road vehicles under its belt, Bowler is no stranger to conquering new territory. But its latest project is something entirely different for the British rally-raid racing firm.

Finally official, the Nemesis "Wind Car" has a coming out party

Ecotricity Nemsesis – Click above for high-res image gallery

Video: Robert Llewellyn drives the Nemesis on Fully Charged

Dale Vince's Nemesis on Fully Charged – Click above to watch video after the jump

Nemesis heads to the track, hits 100 mph in 9.48 seconds

Zero Carbonista's all-electric Nemesis acquired its name early last year, was legalized for on-road use last spring and underwent a "general shakedown" test la

VIDEO: Zero Carbonista's wind-powered Nemesis undergoing on-road testing this month

Nemesis drive tests - Click above to watch the video after the jump

Zero Carbonista's all-electric Nemesis now testing, crashes into hedge

Not only has a name been decided on – the Nemesis – but Ecotricity founder Dale Vince's pet electric car project is now sitting in Vince's driveway. Well, it is when he's not out driving it.

Asinine Engineering: Direct Exhaust Injection

Hang around internet fora dedicated to increasing internal combustion performance long enough and you'll eventually run across this type of perpetual-motion misunderstanding. Seems a Vette 'boarder over at the GMModernMuscle Forum needs to study up on several principles before heading out half-cooked, wrench in hand. The brilliant idea that dawned above the poster's head like a 3-watt bulb was that instead of messing around with those ever so inefficient turbochargers, it'd be a simpler route to


We don't know where it's from or when it was shot, but this in-car vid of a driver chasing a rival in a Mustang on a closed track is one of the funniest things we've seen all week. It starts off pretty normally, then the driver we're riding with channels his inner Satan, taunting the car in front of him. Somehow, it ultimately pays off, and it's pretty hilarious to hear our guy's reaction. Clearly, he's insane.