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It’s a Subaru Impreza inspired BMW M2

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Debunking the Myth That Engine Braking Is Bad for Your Car

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This BMW M3 E46 Has A 500 Hp, 8.3-Liter, V10 Dodge Viper Engine!

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Wheel maker Vossen gives the punchy little M car a WRC makeover. Alright, this isn’t the long-awaited BMW M2 CSL. It’s a lick of paint and some new wheels. But we thought you’d like to see it, as it’s a very famous colour scheme and one that likely inspires a few opinions. So the blue’n’gold we associate with Subaru …

There’s a common misconception throughout the car world that engine braking to slow your car down is bad for the drivetrain. Well, that’s just not the case. In fact, it’s pretty much the opposite. In this latest video from Engineering Explained, Jason Fenske walks us through how exactly engine braking works. Basically, when you’re in gear …

Someone was mad enough to replace the original engine that powered this E46-generation BMW M3 with an 8.3-liter V10 from the Dodge Viper. There aren’t any videos on YouTube yet of this beast being unleashed on a proving ground where it gets to validate that this is a monster on wheels. But that doesn’t rob …

If you’re looking to have a bit of fun behind the wheel of a car all year long, the Subaru WRX is a no-brainer purchase. A turbocharged, flat-four boxer engine sits under its hood and a full-time all-wheel-drive system puts the power to the ground, while a nimble package makes the entire car stupid fun to drive. …

A bit of 930 here, a dash of 993 Turbo there, and a touch of RSR equals 420 horsepower in this 1982 911 SC. It’s crazy what a standard 1982 911 3.0 SC can become after years of tampering. Thanks to most newer air-cooled bits fitting the older chassis, it’s actually quite simple to build …

We all love our cars and making them stand out from the usual crowd is an essential part of an ownership experience, especially for youngsters. This includes the variety of changes that we end up doing, both on the inside and outside. Though most of these small car modification like after-market alloy wheels or leather …

The various Porsche 911s that have rolled straight out of Zuffenhausen over the years have all, in their own ways, been fantastic sports cars. However, that doesn’t mean that people haven’t tried to put their own stamp on their neunelfer. One of the great things about the 911 is how easy it is to modify …

One of our most popular stories this January was our list of five ways to improve your Porsche 911’s performance. However, not all modifications can be considered an upgrade. In fact, the Total 911 team believe that some tweaks to your Porsche 911 should be avoided at all costs. Here they are: Fake Fuchs wheels The five-leaf Fuchs …

Porsche rarely gets it wrong with its creations, the iconic 911 being a case in point. However, even the various exemplary versions of the neunelfer can be improved upon, providing not just more performance but more enjoyment. TYRES Perennially underappreciated, it has become clichéd to refer to tyres as “the only thing connecting your car …

The launch of a new car is a momentous event — an occasion where years of planning, designing, and testing finally culminate. Despite that, there are always those who can’t wait to rip that carefully-crafted sheetmetal and fine-tuned engine to bits. With the right amount of money, knowledge, and patience, you can modify just about any …