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Chevrolet shows off its 2017 Redline models

Chevrolet shows off its 2017 Redline models

Chevrolet showcased their Redline trim at the 2015 SEMA car show which received good feedback from the audience. So at the 2017 Chicago Motor Show, Chevrolet lined up a few of their Redline trimmed models going into production. The Redline trim will be available on the Cruze LT (sedan and hatch) Malibu LT, Camaro LT and SS, Trax LT, Equinox LT, Traverse Premier, Colorado LT, Silverado Double Cab LTZ71 and Silverado Crew Cab LTZ71. The Silverado will make it first to the market while the rest will follow by the end of 2017.

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Hennessey Venom GT final edition has 1451 hp

Hennessey Venom GT final edition has 1451 hp

The Hennessey Venom GT clocked 435.31 kph on February 14th, 2014 on the Shuttle Landing Runway at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. This made the Venom GT the fastest production car, but with no official Guinness world record. Seven years after its introduction, Hennessey has decided to let the curtain fall on this Lotus Exige-based speed monster, but not without a bang.

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Bengala renders a carbon-fibre Ferrari F12

Bengala renders a carbon-fibre Ferrari F12

The Ferrari’s V12 grand tourer, the F12 is a monster in its own right. With a 6.3-litre V12 dishing out 730 horses, the F12 is quite a tough act to follow. But the Italian design house, Bengala has pulled it off by going the weight shedding way. Welcome the Caballeria – a carbon-fibre bodied F12 Berlinetta with a limited production run of just 10 cars.

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RUF CTR Yellowbird rides again as new 2017 model

RUF CTR Yellowbird rides again as new 2017 model

Porsche fanboys will know of RUF’s long history with the German carmaker. RUF actually builds and sells Porsche so heavily modified that they are listed as an independent carmaker in Germany. One of their most famous creations was the RUF CTR Yellowbird back in the late 80s. RUF has dug up the past to build a new RUF CTR Yellowbird, but not in the way you think.

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