• Orange You Rad: Hotted-Up Lexus GS F and RC F Go Full Orange

    3 years ago - By Car and Driver

    Two of the headline cars for Lexus at SEMA were a pair of super-orange siblings, an RC F coupe and a GS F sedan . The matched set was customized by Gordon Ting/Beyond Marketing, and featured several upgrades underneath their vivid orange wraps. - The RC F coupe sports custom bodywork that actually seems toned down compared to the stock version. Or is that us? Okay, maybe until you get to the giant rear wing. The rolling stock consists of Sporting Rays Engineering Volk Racing TE-37 wheels, in an Ultra-Matte-Blue Gunmetal finish. The size is 20-by-10 up front and 20-by-12 at the rear, and...
    Read more ...

     

  • 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel: First Drive

    2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel: First Drive

    3 years ago - By The Car Connection

    If you're one of those guys who's a little turned off by ever more cumbersome, oversized full-size trucks, the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado Diesel, at least at first glance, looks like the sensible truck that puts a stop to the insanity. It's easy to see why for some people, today's full-size trucks don't make the...
    Read more ...

     

  • This Nissan Juke Is a Life-Size Origami Paper Sculpture

    This Nissan Juke Is a Life-Size Origami Paper Sculpture

    3 years ago - By Car and Driver


    Read more ...

     

  • This Nissan Juke Is a Life-Size Origami Paper Sculpture

    This Nissan Juke Is a Life-Size Origami Paper Sculpture

    3 years ago - By Car and Driver

    Some designs are said to have started with a clean sheet of paper, but here is one that started with many such sheets: a full-size Nissan Juke model that is comprised entirely of folded pieces of paper, created by an origami artist in Britain. - The total count for pieces of paper folded for the project was more than 2000, an endeavor that took British paper artist Owen Gildersleeve more than 200 hours. The project's unveiling coincides with World Origami Days, which as you may know, are October 24 through November 11. It was done to commemorate the Juke's fifth anniversary in the U.K...
    Read more ...