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A Ford Dealer is Selling the 650-hp F-150 Lightning that Ford Won’t

Ford hasn’t built a production Lightning in well over a decade despite how much it deserves to live on. If there was ever a time for them to pick it back up, now would be a great time. Ford has a V8 that’s more powerful than ever as well as a lighter and more advanced F-150. If they brought it back now, it would be one of the best tire-shredding dream machines you could buy with a warranty.

Fortunately, is stepping up with their own version of a classic. They’ll sell you a brand-new “Lightning” tribute with some of the signature styling cues of the originals but more power than they could have ever hoped for back then. Way more. Nearly 300 horsepower more.

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The BMW M8 GTE is a Stunning Ticket Back to Le Mans

Greg Kachadurian September 12, 2017 Motorsports, The News!

BMW’s latest entry into the world of GT racing is the stunning new M8 GTE, based on the upcoming 8 Series road car. It was a unique opportunity for BMW to develop a new road car and a race car simultaneously, but they’ve taken full advantage of this chance to create what may be their most promising race car yet. Thanks to the diligence of BMW Motorsport engineers, the 8 Series won’t even be on sale by the time this car begins its first year of competition in IMSA and WEC early next year, but it’ll still bare close resemblance to the road car that we’ll eventually get.

Here’s what we know…

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Mercedes-AMG Project ONE is an Actual F1 Car for the Road

Greg Kachadurian September 11, 2017 The News!

Nobody will ever be allowed to claim their car is a race car for the street again, not after this. Mercedes-AMG’s long awaited hypercar was revealed in Frankfurt today and it’s every bit as insane as promised. Nothing, besides the Aston Martin Valkyrie most likely, will be able to touch this thing while wearing a license plate. Let’s dig in.

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The News for September 8th, 2017

Greg Kachadurian September 8, 2017 The News!

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • TVR is back!

  • Nissan introduces next-generation LEAF with more tech and range

  • Lotus introduces newest fastest car in company history again

  • Ford is building a Ranger Raptor

  • More images confirm that the Kia Proceed Concept is stunning

  • Jaguar Land Rover to add EV, hybrid options for all models past 2020

  • BMW revealed a concept for the X7 but who cares because M8 GTE

  • What’s your automotive news?

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The News for September 1st, 2017

Greg Kachadurian September 1, 2017 The News!

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • Bentley reveals sharper, more advanced Continental GT

  • Polestar does more with less with the new Volvo S60 and V60 Polestars

  • Porsche is still building the Cayenne

  • Cummins surprises with EV truck concept

  • Mercedes-AMG releases new image of Project One hypercar, sort of

  • Kia teases attractive new five-door hatchback

  • What’s your automotive news?

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Gridlife South 2017 – A Perfect Weekend at the Track

For the past three years, a new kind of motorsports festival has been rapidly gaining momentum and popularity within the car community. It’s called Gridlife and it’s a festival that combines road racing, drifting, car shows, and music into one long weekend at the track. After starting at a small track in the fields of Michigan three years ago, it expanded to the fast and grueling Road Atlanta last year.

That being my home track, I finally made time to go check it out during its second round in the Deep South last weekend to see if it could live up to all the hype. It did.

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Official Hooniversal Opinion: Drifting is Good

This past weekend was spent at the Gridlife South motorsport festival which hosted, among other wonderful things, dozens of drifters both professional and amateur. It was the first time I had ever seen [intentional] drifting in person and I got to witness it as a credentialed media “professional” stationed closer to the track than I had ever been before.

I think I speak for almost everyone on the Redusernab team by officially declaring drifting to be good. Our friend was right all along – it’s just plain good. I’ll briefly explain why with some pretty pictures.

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The News for August 25th, 2017

Greg Kachadurian August 25, 2017 The News!

Welcome to the Redusernab News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull. There’s also just a little opinion of mine because I can. This week:

  • From California to Portofino, Ferrari’s new open-top GT car is here

  • Ariel is set to produce EV supercar with a microturbine range extender… for real

  • Audi adopts a confusing new naming scheme to fix non-existent problem

  • Polestar will reportedly debut 600-hp coupe next month

  • Hyundai gives Santa Cruz pickup the green light for production

  • Other coverage from the week

  • Redusernab will be at Gridlife South!

  • What’s your automotive news?

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Meet the New Benchmark: the 2018 BMW M5

Greg Kachadurian August 21, 2017 The News!

While Americans were staring into the sun, BMW unveiled a new generation of one of their brightest stars: the M5. The sixth-generation M5 is pretty much all new from the ground up and it takes the benchmark of performance sedans to new heights with some brand new tech, more power, and some additional weight savings measures. When it arrives in dealerships next spring, it’ll be hard to find a faster sedan.

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Acura ARX-05 Debuts in Monterey, Will Race in IMSA DPi Next Year

We a month ago, Acura announced their intentions of racing in IMSA’s DPI class next year during the 2018 WeatherTech Sports Car Championship season and beyond with Team Penske as their partner. Moments ago, the car that’s making it all happen was revealed in Pebble Beach. Say hello to the Acura ARX-05 prototype race car (pronounced A-R-X 5), the third manufacturer-supported prototype that’ll make up IMSA’s premiere motorsport class.

It will be a two car effort and both will make their competition debut at the 2018 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with Juan Pablo Montoya and Dane Cameron sharing one of the cars. IMSA regulations for 2018 are still pending so they haven’t shared all technical details yet, but they’ve told us enough and shown enough to know this’ll be a serious contender.

Next year’s IMSA series just got a little bit more exciting.

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