For Luke Chen, the 1990s hold a special appeal for all things automotive. In his own words; “Aesthetics aside, I love cars with the perfect blend of modern technology and raw performance, and that’s why my favorite car era are sports cars from the ’90s. It’s got just the right amount of modern convenience without diluting the driving experience.” This is a sentiment we can very easily understand. The 1990s saw automakers more than a decade removed from the performance emissions regulations of the mid-’70s, gasoline was cheap, and electronic fuel injection was no longer a new and exotic technology. If you knew where to look, modern classics were blooming.
While spending some time at Buttonwillow Raceway for the Global Time Attack event, we couldn't help but notice the buzz surrounding a particular R35 GT-R. Upon closer inspection, we soon realized that this was none other than the soon-to-be (very) famous R35 GT-R built by R's Tuning that is to be featured in the upcoming Fast & Furious 6 film.
EVO takes a trip out to Houston, Texas to Hennessey Performance Engineering's shop where they build some of the world's fastest cars. On-tap is a full review of the HPE Venom GT.
Our research returned this definition of awesome, Extremely impressive or daunting; inspiring great admiration, apprehension, or fear. We’re intrigued by this particular interpretation, especially the negative concepts of apprehension and fear. Keep this definition in mind when you look at Jason Steven’s awesome 1187WHP Ford GT.
Season’s greetings from Revvolution! We apologize for crashing your holiday weekend, but we promise to do so only with a piece that will warm even the coldest and most cynical enthusiast’s heart. Our 2012 holiday feature highlights an infamous Underground Racing twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. While we are all aware of the existence of boosted exotics, we rarely consider the courage it takes to execute such an undertaking.