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Scion Challenged Three Media Outlets to Build the Ultimate FR-S—These Are the Results  Oct 31st, 2014 
Scion’s annual Tuner Challenge, in which three tuners are given a Scion, $15,000, and 90 days to customize the car for the SEMA show, has become something we look forward to every year. For 2014, Scion has changed things up: instead of handing the cars over to tuners, the automaker issued its challenge to three media outlets: Super Street, […] 
 
 
Presenting the Hyper-Flared, DUB-ed Out Toyota Yaris and Sienna You’ve, Uh, Been Waiting For?  Oct 31st, 2014 
DUB went for the cupcake and large-loaf ends of Toyota’s U.S. product lineup when it came to this year’s SEMA project cars. And they chose to travel the widebody route for both the Yaris and Sienna DUB Editions. The wee Yaris, resplendent in its pearl-white/black livery, features a pair of Mr. Fantastic flares stretched out over […] 
 
 
Viva La Targa! Scion Chops Part of the Roof Off the FR-S Sports Car for SEMA  Oct 31st, 2014 
For years, rumors have swirled about Scion building a convertible version of the FR-S. Alas, well into the FR-S’ life cycle, such a thing has never appeared, at least not in production form. There was a concept, the FT-86 Open, which Scion parent company Toyota showed last year at the Geneva auto show. And along comes […] 
 
 
2015 Mazda 3 2.5L Manual Hatchback Tested: Pricey, But Worth It  Oct 31st, 2014 
Passion and reason are infrequent bedfellows. You know this, right? It’s why the Italians earned the stereotype of building cars that set your hair on fire right before they set themselves on fire. So when friends and family ask for car-buying help, we tend to give bad advice. You’ve got $30,000 to spend? That’s a […] 
 
 
The Story of Zora Arkus-Duntov, the Bad-Ass Who Made the Corvette an Icon  Oct 31st, 2014 
Hard-core Corvette fans know Zora Arkus-Duntov and the contributions he bestowed over his two-plus decades at General Motors. Anticipating the arrival of the next-generation C8 Corvette adorned with a ZORA nameplate, we provide this celebration of the life and times of America’s answer to Enzo Ferrari and Ferdinand Porsche. Arkus-Duntov was born in 1909 to […] 
 
 
Ford’s Expeditions for SEMA Are Just Silly (Except the One We Actually Like)  Oct 31st, 2014 
We thought that tinted SUVs on oversize rims were as passé as the idea of showing music videos on MTV. But, wouldn’t you know it, DUB Magazine is still in print (“If it ain’t on some 24s then it ain’t my sh*t,” proclaims the latest cover story) and Ford still makes an SUV that looks like it […] 
 
 
Green Sell: Russian Billionaire Buys Majority Stake in the Nürburgring  Oct 31st, 2014 
Germany’s legendary Nürburgring has a new owner, again: Wirtschafts Woche, a German business newspaper, reports that Russian billionaire Viktor Charitonin has just taken over two-thirds of the partnership that owns the ‘Ring. The ever-shifting ownership of the iconic racetrack continues. Charitonin has reportedly taken over the two-thirds stake previously being pursued by Capricorn, a German […] 
 
 
This “Street-Art-Influenced” Hyundai Is How You Slam a Sonata  Oct 31st, 2014 
John Pangilinan claims the Hyundai Sonata he’s built for SEMA is evocative of Los Angeles street art. We wish the street artists of Los Angeles would organize into a cabal and just paint the whole place white with a black stripe. Or just do the whole joint up in a 2Tone-inspired checkerboard pattern. Los Angeles: […] 
 
 
This Is What the World’s Come to: A Slayer-Modified—Yes, the Metal Band—Scion tC for SEMA  Oct 31st, 2014 
Metal icons Slayer are all about fast, loud, and violent. The gothic-macabre Slayer Scion tC that Toyota will bring to SEMA this year embodies at least two of those qualities, with a skull-festooned aesthetic and an interior crammed full of with audio gear. The black and red coupe has custom airbrushed skulls on either side and the […] 
 
 
Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid First Drive: Huh—a Fun Plug-In SUV?  Oct 31st, 2014 
If anyone predicted Porsche would be one of the brands leading the charge on plug-in hybrids back when Chevrolet launched the Volt in 2010—just as Porsche was debuting its first-ever production hybrid with the Cayenne—that person should be dealing futures on Wall Street. By replacing that SUV with this 2015 Cayenne S E-Hybrid plug-in, Porsche […] 
 
 
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