Lamborghini Estoque Production confirmed

Posted: 15 Dec 2010 04:19 AM PST

Lamborghini boss – Stephan Winkelmann was present at the 2010 Bologna motor show in Italy and confirmed that the four-door Lamborghini Estoque will be going into production.

The announcement of the Lamborghini Estoque entering production was followed by a statement saying there will not be a Lamborghini SUV in the near future. A four door Lamborghini is a more plausible business decision, taking into account the fact that they already have a concept for it, the Estoque.

The Lamborghini Estoque concept was premiered at the Paris auto show back in 2008 and managed to get a lot of attention since. It measures 5.15 meters in length, 1.99 m in width, and 1.35 m height and has a 3.01 meters wheelbase.

This 4 door supercar will be battling it out in the same market as the Porsche Panamera Turbo and the Aston Martin Rapide.

We’ll have more details on the Lamborghini Estoque production version as soon as they become available.

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BMW X6M by Vorsteiner: Video

Posted: 15 Dec 2010 04:02 AM PST

Car tuners – Vorsteiner have released a video of their latest upgrade package for the BMW X6M. The video clip shows the customized SUV in a studio and focuses on all the new details of the Vorsteiner BMW X6M.

The Vorsteiner BMW X6M comes with aerodynamics enhancements only and includes a carbon fiber front bumper with larger air intakes, a rear bumper with a new integrated diffuser and a roof spoiler for increased downforce. The Vorsteiner body kit also features wider fenders, new side skirts and a new, DTM style carbon fiber bonnet.

To finish off this sporty SUV it sits on a set of large, 23 inch light alloy one-piece forged V-102 wheels.

Watch the video below to get a closer look at the Vorsteiner BMW X6M.

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Shelby Mustang GT500 dyno disaster: Video

Posted: 14 Dec 2010 08:25 AM PST

In this video, the engine on a Shelby Mustang GT500 blows up while being tested on a dyno. The guy in the driver’s seat pushes the revs too high resulting in a fiery destruction of the V8 engine.

We are not sure what modifications were done but it sure sounded like a monster muscle car until the V8 engine went boom.

Watch the video of the Shelby Mustang dyno disaster below.

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F1 racing on the moon: Video

Posted: 14 Dec 2010 07:51 AM PST

A French company called Total Energy have released a commercial showing what it would be like to have Formula one racing on the moon.

This 3D video clip is pure fantasy and shows what it would be like to race in zero gravity. The specially adapted F1 cars would need mini thrusters to control airborne moments as well as many other features.

Watch the commercial below and tell us what you think of it in the comments box.

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