Rays Engineering has just finished the new G25 and Mackin Industries gave the world a preview on their facebook page. All I can say is that the new G25 looks beyond fresh! This is going to be a popular shoe in 2012 mark my words! There is no information on pricing or availability yet but I am sure MackinIndustries.com will have all that soon.
A little while ago we showed you a short virtual drive through of the upcoming Cars Land attraction area which will be modeled exactly after Radiator Springs and we got super giddy. Today Disney is blowing our minds by taking us “behind the wall” and showing work-in-progress pictures of the Radiator Springs Racers attraction which is sure to be one of the main draws of Cars Land. In these pictures we actually learn a few new fact about the ride. While we already knew that the ride’s architecture is based on the GM Test Track ride at Disneyworld, what will set Radiator Springs Racers apart from its Orlando, FL cousin is that on this ride two cars will be on track at once racing side by side! How awesome is that going to be?! In addition to the side-by-side action ride goers can expect extreme banked turns, elevation changes, and flat out straights. All of this will be happening as the ride takes the “racers” around Radiator Springs landmarks such as Cadillac Mountain Range. Just when we thought we could not possibly get more excited for this ride Disney finds a way to get us hyped once again for Cars Land. 2012 has never seemed as far away as it does now!
[Source: Disney Parks Blog]
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If you thought Vorsteiner was going to leave the new F10 BMW 5 series alone then congradulations, you are a crazy person. Today Vorsteiner dropped some renderings on what they plan to do with the new F10 and once they are finished (sometime this summer) it will be called the “VMS Conversion”. As long as they stick to this rendering then the VMS conversion will officially be my new favorite F10 body kit. I wonder how many of these we will see at next year’s Bimmerfest?
In one of our first E3 2011 previews we got our hands on the first official trailer for Wrecked: Revenge Revisited, a car carnage racing game from the same people who created “Mashed” and “Micro Machines v4″. In this romp, brought to us by 505 Games, there are no licensed cars or micro managing settings. Players just pick a car that looks cool take to the track and try to cause as much damage as possible! Players will have access to guns, missiles, land-mines, and can even call in air strikes to smite down their opponents! It sounds like a pretty good time to us! We will follow up with 505 Games at E3 2011 to get more info on Wrecked. Look for this game to be available on XBox Live Arcade and the Playstation Network.
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Heads up to the IS-F owners out in interweb land. GReddy USA is working on another exhaust option for you guys. They threw up a preview pic via their twitter feed just a little while ago. Follow @GReddy_Power to stay updated.
I think its safe to say that the Hyundai Genesis coupe is going to sell decently well and Greddy is going to be ready for it. They’re already prototyping a Ti-C exhaust for the 2.0 turbo model. Hopefully they’ll upload a sound clip soon.
I caught this at Greddy’s blog. Despite rumors of their financial troubles they’re still plugging away as always. They’re newest quest is creating an exhaust for the freshly released Nissan 370Z. Greddy was always good on hoping on the new rides with street-legal stuff before anyone else could even get a measuring session. Good work Greddy!