As many of you may already know, the Fender audio system first showed
its face in the new Jetta GLI a few months back, and having experienced
that system first hand I have to say it is incredible! Reports are
saying we can expect the Fender Edition Beetle here in the states
sometime in the fall of 2012, but for now you can head over to VW Vortex
to check out all of the details by clicking, HERE.
Seemingly unimpressed with the power and handling capabilities of the 2012 Subaru STI the kind folks over at Lachute have taken it to the next level! Making performance changes to everything from the suspension to the internals of the already impressive engine! You can see a full list of what Lachute has done with their STI, and of course a ton more photos, by heading over to their site, HERE.
In pretty standard fashion, Volkswagen has shown a gorgeous project at
Wörthersee this past week, this time it was the GTI Black Dynamic. This
one off beauty was created by nine individuals between the ages of 18-23
over the course of seven months. The car was tuned from the ground up,
focusing on braking, suspension, aesthetics and perhaps most
importantly, the engine. Check out the full details of the Black
Dynamic, including several more photos, by clicking, HERE.
Yet another fantastic vintage find from our friends over at Pistonheads, this time a stunning example of the hard to find 87 Subaru XT! Check out the photo below and if you are so inclined, head over to their website for a ton more photos by clicking, HERE.
Check out this well written article detailing all of the fine points of
the one off Miata monster, the Super20, which was created in honor of
the 20th anniversary of the Miata moniker. No component was left
untouched when it came to building this beast, from the engine to the
perfectly executed hardtop, this Miata is one that anyone would be lucky
to get behind the wheel of! Check out the full article in its entirety
by heading over to the original site, HERE.
While surfing through Flickr earlier today we came across this well stocked set of photos showcasing the handsome 2012 Suzuki Kizashi and they were too god not to share! Take a long hard look at the photo below, then head over to the full set of fifty-eight by clicking, HERE.
I may as well start this post off by saying the beautiful machine you
see below, the Volkswagen CrossPolo Urban White Edition, is only
available in Germany. Now lets take a second to collectively wish that
we either were going to see it here in the states, or that we all lived
in Germany. Now that we have that out of the way lets enjoy the near
perfect new vehicle from Volkswagen, a larger crossover version of
wildly popular Polo. See more details of this handsome limited edition
offering by heading over to the original article, HERE.
As any vintage car enthusiast will already know, it is nearly impossible
to find a 100% bone stock classic car. Even more rare is finding one in
this pristine of condition, AND for sale. Take a look at the photo
below to see what we think may be the cleanest original Celica in
existence, and if you would like to have it in your own garage you can
head over to the eBay page to bid for yourself by clicking, HERE. Thank you to our friends over at Jalopnik for posting this!
We think this may very well be the best commercial we have ever seen, with all of the greatest elements of the eighties, including a slow motion finale! When the Celica GT-s was first introduced it took the world by storm and this commercial pretty accurately explains why. Check it out by heading over to the original post HERE and let us know what your favorite vintage commercial is!
Way down in Ireland the folks at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Ireland
are doing some big things, including this super cool Caddy race van! For
those of you who are not familiar with the Caddy, it is normally a
commercial work vehicle, available mostly outside of the United States,
but this Caddy is a purpose built race vehicle, modified from top to
bottom! Check out all of the details of this track beast by heading over
to the original article, HERE.