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A minority of Tesla owners aren’t taking kindly to traditional automakers muscling in on their EV turf. Stories are filtering through suggest some Tesla diehards are resorting to dishing out online abuse to owners of other electric vehicles.
Not to be outdone by Toyota’s reveal of the GR 86, Subaru announced a stack of genuine STi styling and performance upgrades that could give the GR’s BRZ brother an edge.
Lambo’s low, wide and wedgy all-wheel drive Aventdaor SVJ certainly looks like it should outdrag the two-wheel drive GT2 RS, but we know better than to underestimate the fastest 911 of them all. Place your bets.
Wrecking C8 Corvettes isn’t an exclusively American pastime. Other countries love taking part too, including Dubai, where someone turned a stunning blue Stingray into a steaming pile of scrap.
Still on the fence about GMC’s humungous Hummer SUV EV? GMC dropped a load more details, including this deep-dive video to help change your mind. Judging by the fact the Edition 1 launch model has already sold out, GMC has plenty of fans already.
Have EVs made you forget what a great engine sounds like? Crusty rock legends Brian Johnson and Nick Mason have the perfect wake-up juice in the shape of the Pink Floyd drummer’s V12-powered Ferrari 250 GTO.
BMW’s has finally dipped a toe in the traditional hot hatch market with the front-wheel drive 128ti. But can the 261 hp 1-Series see off the latest version of the most famous hot hatch of all?
What Else Is Making The News
Looking For a Smartwatch or Fitness Tracker? These Are the Best You Can Buy
If spring’s arrival has put a spring in your step you might want a smartwatch or dedicated fitness tracker to keep tabs on your fitness journey. Or maybe you’re too lazy to reach into your pocket for your phone to read that text. Either way, Gizmodo’s guide has you covered.
Racing the New $100k Ram TRX Against Blake Wilkey’s 650hp Race Buggy
Ram’s Raptor-killing, Hellcat-powered TRX can go sub-4 seconds to 60mph, rip through the quarter mile in 12, and deals with dirt better than Clorox. But is it truck enough to beat a full race buggy? The Hoonigan crew found out.