All-Electric Half-Mile Drag Race – Lucid Air Sapphire vs. Tesla Model S Plaid

Less than a decade ago there were few auto enthusiasts that wanted anything to do with an electric vehicle. They were ugly, slow and rare. Today, they are among the fastest and most sought-after vehicles on the street. This half-mile drag race features two of the most capable production cars on the planet – from a performance standpoint. They just happen to be totally electric. The Lucid Air Sapphire, manufactured in the United States, is an all-wheel drive luxury sedan that just happens to run an 8.95-second quarter-mile @ 158 mph. That’s better than any Corvette, Mustang or Hellcat model. Read More

Godzilla Swapped Shelby Cobra – 600HP Restomod Monster

At a curb weight of 2,485-pounds, with a 7.3-liter V8 onboard, this Superformance 1964 Shelby Cobra MkIII roadster is truly a monster. Imagine what Carroll Shelby would say if he could hear this 600hp naturally aspirated beast roar. Under the hood is a 7.3-liter Ford Godzilla V8. Engine composition includes a cast iron block, aluminum cylinder heads, a forged steel crankshaft and cast aluminum pistons. Engine compression is 10.5:1. Right out of the crate, this boy dog is making 430hp and 475 lb.-ft. of torque at max RPM. At first glance, the Innovate brand “stacks” or independent throttle body fuel Read More

Ported Blower Corvette vs. Big Turbo EVO – Street Hits

The time is right for racing on the streets. Tonight, we have a pair of competitors prepared to take advantage of the night. On the agenda is roll racing between a Mitsubishi Evolution and a Chevrolet C7 Corvette Z06. Each of the cars has been drastically modified to improve performance – in their own respective ways. Let’s take a look at the machines before they line up for roll racing at 60 mph. Sometimes referred to as a Diamond Star Motors (DSM) sedan, the Mitsubishi EVO is equipped with a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine with a turbocharger. Featured in this Read More

Factory Fast Ford F-150 – Hellion Twin Turbo Sleeper Kit

Brought to you by our friends at Palm Beach Dyno (PBD), this video introduces us to the new Ford F-150 twin turbo sleeper kit from Hellion. This is a complete kit with the turbochargers underneath for that stealthy sleeper effect. This short clip covers installation, Dragy and dyno pulls so, hang on to your hats. The Level 1 PBD Hellion Street Sleeper System being installed on this 4WD F-150 is designed to yield over 650whp and 550 lb.-ft. of torque when completed. This pickup maintains the stock 5.0-liter Coyote motor, the stock 10-speed automatic transmission/transfer case and the stock differentials Read More

Domestic Dispute – Camaro SS vs. Charger Hellcat Street Hits

These two homegrown heavies are all set to knuckle-up and get down on the streets (of Mexico). The phrase of the day is roll racing and the action will jump-off at 60 mph. The Hell kitty has traction issues at lower speeds. That’s what I call a good problem. The Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE is a naturally aspirated car. Powered by a 6.2-liter V8 that can produce 455hp in factory condition, the Camaro SS is track oriented (as opposed to drag oriented). Nevertheless, with the right mods it can go plenty fast in a straight line. Upgrades to this Chevy Read More

The Most Powerful Ford Ever – 2025 Mustang GTD

With a ferocious desire to take the Nurburgring crown away from the Porsche GT3 RS, Ford engineers have produced the baddest Mustang to date. Looking like the space-age cousin of the iconic muscle car, the 2025 Mustang GTD is set to blow the competition away. Nicknamed the “Green Hell” by legendary race driver Jackie Stewart, the Nurburgring is one of the most challenging road courses in the world. It is where high-performance production track cars go to prove their worth. Ford would like to get a piece of the Nurburgring pie. In order to accomplish such a feat, they will Read More

1000WHP Street Shootout – BMW M3 vs. Corvette ZR1

What we have here is a street shootout between a pair of modified monster machines. Both cars are looking good, sounding great and both are laying down a “grand canyon” (1000hp) to the wheels. Take a look. The BMW M340i XDrive sedan is powered by a turbocharged and intercooled inline 6-cylinder engine supplemented by an electric motor inside the 8-speed automatic transmission. The hybrid motor is supplied power from a 48-volt battery under the trunk. In factory condition, the M340i makes only 382hp and 369 lb.-ft. of torque. Featured in this video is a BMW that has been upgraded with Read More

Old vs. New – McLaren 720S and McLaren 750S Drag Race

We auto enthusiasts always want to know whether the old style is best or if the new version offers advantages. Carwow is all set to figure that out as it pertains to the entry-level McLaren. Will the tried-and-true 720S remain the standard or will the new 750S take the crown? Safe to say, these two cars are like two sides of the same pillow. The 750S utilizes many of the same features as the time tested 720S. Either car is available as a Coupe or a Spider. The Spider is akin to a convertible. Both cars are carbon fiber monocoque Read More