thefinnishgypsy:

"finally. I’ve got it. by god I’ve got it."

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topgear:

Zenos sports car gets Focus ST power

The latest entrant on the British sports car scene gets 250bhp thanks to the Focus ST’s turbo engine.

Remember the Zenos E10? The dinky little sports car was revealed at the turn of the year, and with the brains of former Caterham chiefs Ansar Ali and Mark Edwards behind it, its chances of success ought to be strong.

Following news of the £24,995, 200bhp launch E10, there is now a more powerful E10 S. Like the base car, the S uses a 2-litre four-cylinder Ford engine, only this time it’s the Ecoboost engine you’ll find in the frantic Focus ST. That means it’s turbocharged, and with 250bhp and 250lb ft to propel a car weighing circa-650kg, the resulting power-to-weight ratio of around 385bhp/ton is a match for a Ferrari 458.

Performance is predictably potent, then: 0-60mph takes an estimated 4.5 seconds, while the E10 S’s top speed is quoted as 135mph. The latter might not instantly set your pulse racing on paper, but it should prove plenty enough in a car with no roof or windows… [x]

spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are. spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…


Just took this off my list of cars to hate.Damn…The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.Or how deep your pockets are.

spirited-driving:

toyota-afficionado:

Insanely hot 7thgen Corolla!!

Can’t argue with that…

Just took this off my list of cars to hate.

Damn…

The older I get the more I realise, ANY car has potential, it all depends on how creative the owner is.
Or how deep your pockets are.

(via highwaystarmanny)

nprfreshair:

Dom Flemons, formerly of the Grammy-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, joined Fresh Air in the studio to sing and play his enormous 1920s banjo. 

Here’s the interview: Dom Flemons Holds On To Those Old-Time Roots