Lithuanian built, VW Corrado based dragster called Jezijmobilis. Weights
only 730 kg, 856 wheel hp (without NOS!). Reaches speed of 260 km/h in 9
seconds. Video copyright of lrytas.lt.
Some pictures from the build:
Car's owner is Jezij Chmelevskij
500 hp Audi S4 quattro vs 12"+ of fresh snow! Unstoppable...
Last night we enjoyed a great winter storm, well over 12" (30 cm) at my
house. I wanted to see if my lowered Audi S4 on Dunlop Wintersport 4D snow
tires was up to the task going through such deep snow.
A guest appearance is made by my 6 hp Subaru powered Ariens Snowblower
2014 Audi RS7 vs 2014 Porsche Panamera Turbo! - Head 2 Head Ep. 49
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman looks at a type of car that
Germany does better than anyone else: the Super Sedan. The Porsche Panamera
turbo has long been one of Motor Trend's
favorites. Massive, ferocious, surprisingly nimble, and if your checkbook's
got the overhead, totally luxurious. But don't discount Audi. Ever since
the S8 showed up, Audi has shocked the car world by making such a big car
so dang fast. The only thing that could even compete was the Panamera turbo. The RS7 comes with an even more
powerful version of the familiar 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 -- 560 horsepower to be exact. For
2014, Porsche's seemingly underrated 4.8-liter twin-turbo V-8 is up 20 hp to a more-than-modest 520
hp. Faced with tough choices after the two hit the test track and a canyon
road, Jonny enlists the help of resident Motor Trend Hot Shoe Randy Pobst
to figure out which super sedan is best.
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Behind the wheel of Audi's autonomous RS7 Piloted Driving Concept on the Race Track
Let us take you on board of Audi's autonomous RS7 that can lap any race
track (nearly) as fast as a professional driver without any inputs from the
driver at all.
Read our chief editor's review of the RS7 Piloted Driving Concept here:
Check how it accelerates, brakes and steers all by itself. This is not some
futuristic concept, but possible today with every day cars and some minor
The Audi RS7 Piloted Driving Concept is built to demonstrate the ability of
the existing systems and to challenge professional drivers to challenge it
on track. Running at 90% of its power it was 2 seconds slower than our
editor who did the same lap moments before.
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BMW M4 vs Audi RS5: epic track battle
We test the BMW M4 against the benchmark setting fast coupe, the Audi RS5.
BMW M4 review: http://bit.ly/1lb81cD
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The arrival of a new BMW M car is always big news for performance car fans,
and the new M4 is no exception.
Costing almost £60,000, the replacement for the legendary old BMW M3, the
M4 has moved away from the V8 power plant in the old car, and is now
powered by a 425bhp twin-turbocharged
Meanwhile, the similarly prices Audi RS5 is propelled by a 4.0-litre V8,
which produces 430bhp. It's also mated to the Audi quattro four-wheel drive
system. Like the BMW, it also features a dual-clutch gearbox, the Audi S
There's no denying the Audi lacks the fun factor of the BMW - the quattro
four-wheel-drive system prevents the lurid powerslides than you can really
go for in the M4. You can also feel the weight of the engine over the front
axle in the RS5, but it certainly doesn't feel slow at all.
Overall then, the RS5 feels very punchy, and the gearshift is also really
nice - the same can be said for its V8 soundtrack. It's not a track machine
though, and the car from Neckarsulm is more of a very stable and very rapid
Meanwhile, the BMW M4 feels very raw and very serious, especially when all
the settings are put at their sportiest via the M1 switch on the steering
wheel. These also turn the traction control and stability control off.
With no electronic aids, the M4 is always trying to get its tail out.
However, the body control is amazing, but there is a feeling that it's all
a bit artificial. The same can be said for the engine note, which has been
The M4 is a proper M car though, and something BMW can be truly proud of.
It set a lap time of 1m09.9s, compared to the 1m12.2s set by the Audi -
that's 2.3s quicker.