Water-injected BMW M4 GTS, origami Lexus and one great drag race

Looking to fill up on auto news? We’ve clocked some miles traversing the Web for all things auto-related. Pull in, grab a coffee and digest some of the week’s most interesting news with us.


The 2016 BMW M4 GTS is a street-legal water-injected track monster, and it’s coming to the US,” Autoweek

The life-giving properties of water. “This limited-edition, hopped-up take on BMW’s signature performance coupe gets a big performance boost courtesy of water injection,” says Autoweek. Find out more about this “magical piece of wunder-tech.”

Read the full article in Autoweek


Watch 10 performance cars duke it out in world’s greatest drag race 5,” Motor Trend

There’s nothing like watching road cars go head-to-head in a flat-out race. Watch ten performance cars, including the likes of the Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Mercedes-AMG GT S, Cadillac CTS-V and Bentley Continental GT3-R, go for it in this match-up to see who comes out on top. The race rounds off Motor Trend’s weeklong testing for its “Best Driver’s Car” competition.

Watch the video and read the full article in Motor Trend


Watch: Lexus made a car out of cardboard that actually drives,” BGR

Lexus appears to have been getting crafty in its spare time. Together with LaserCut Works, the luxury carmaker has created a cardboard car, with 1,700 pieces of card carefully glued together, which does actually drive thanks to an electric motor. Here’s hoping they check the weather forecast before leaving the garage.

Watch the video and read the full article in BGR


First photos: Ford GT tests at Daytona International Speedway,” Autoweek

If you in any way like cars, and we hope you do, you’ll love these pictures of the fabulous Ford GT testing at the iconic Daytona International Speedway.

View the pictures in Autoweek


Autoblog in Cuba: 1957 Chevy Bel Air Review,” Autoblog

Tag along for the ride in a 1957 Chevy Bel Air as you watch the latest video of the “Autoblog in Cuba” series. Seyth Miersma travels from Hotel Nacional, in Havana, to the house once lived in by Ernest Hemingway, out in the suburbs, for a classically Cuban journey. The car’s Chevy engine seems to be long-gone, apparently replaced by a “Soviet product of the mid 1970s” making for an unhurried ride.

Watch the video and read the full article in Autoblog


See you next week for more automotive news. Drive safe.

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