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Hennessey Maximus 1000 Coming to 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas!

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1996 Zagato Raptor | No Intro Needed...This IS The Ultimate Lamborghini

30 OCTOBER 2019 The Zagato Raptor was designed in conjunction with Lamborghini SpA as a limited-production model intended to bridge the gap between the Diablo and its subsequently stillborn successor, the Lamborghini Canto. Although the model never went into production, the stunning one-off Raptor concept was significantly lighter and more elegant than the standard Diablo.
It was unveiled at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show and garnered significant attention, not only for its exceptional performance, but also for its futuristic aesthetics, which were the product of Zagato’s new computer-aided design equipment. Indeed, it was one of the very first cars to be designed entirely by a digital design and manufacturing process, negating the need to produce a single scale model. As a result, Zagato’s engineers achieved the remarkable feat of producing the concept from a clean sheet design in less than four months under the guidance of chief designer Nori Harada.
The Raptor itself was built on a tub…

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Mopar to Debut Two Customized Concept Trucks at SEMA Show

Mopar rumbles into the great outdoors and offers a modern take on classic customization with two unique pickup trucks
A total of 14 different customized vehicles on display at Mopar’s 15,000-square-foot SEMA Show exhibit
More news on tap during the brand’s SEMA press briefing at 7:26 p.m. Eastern/4:26 p.m. Pacific on Tues., Nov. 5.
Press briefing streamed live online at Mopar.com
October 30, 2019 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - The Mopar brand will take the stand at the biggest of all aftermarket parts shows to reveal two new pickup truck concepts customized with a unique combination of Mopar production and prototype parts and accessories.
The Ram 1500 Rebel OTG (Off The Grid), an overlanding-themed vehicle concept, and the Mopar Lowliner Concept, a reimagined 1968 Dodge D200-series pickup, will be shown for the first time at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show – the premier automotive specialty products trade exhibition in the world.
“These vehicles showcase how Mopar…