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Rolls-Royce Cullinan turned into a 6.4-meter armored limousine

Rolls-Royce Cullinan turned into a 6.4-meter armored limousine

New Cars, News, Tuning
The German company Klassen, specializing in the refinement of premium cars, presented a new project - an armored limousine based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV. For 1.8 million euros (136.9 million rubles), the company is ready to stretch the car by a meter and reinforce it with armor that can withstand the shelling of a Kalashnikov machine gun and sniper rifles with bullets with heat-treated steel cores. (more…)
Mil-Spec Automotive (MSA) introduced the Hummer H1 for drag racing

Mil-Spec Automotive (MSA) introduced the Hummer H1 for drag racing

News, Tuning
American tuners from Mil-Spec Automotive (MSA) created a unique car for drag racing, based on the Hummer H1 SUV. The car is equipped with a turbo-diesel engine for 800 hp and a new suspension with reduced ground clearance. The tuners do not stop surprising, and already the American studio Mil-Spec Automotive (MSA) presented its own project of a powerful car for racing in a straight line. The model is based on a large SUV Hummer H1, which has changed almost beyond recognition. As a basis, a four-door pickup of the 1987 model was taken. To improve stability and acceleration characteristics, the suspension was completely rebuilt, which received new racks with stiffer springs and adjustable shock absorbers, reduced the ground clearance by 179 mm, and also improved the braking system...
Kia Quoris will receive a “tuning” from the ex-head of BMW M

Kia Quoris will receive a “tuning” from the ex-head of BMW M

News, Tuning
Ex-head of BMW M, and now the head of the sports division of Hyundai N Albert Birman will work on finalizing the flagship sedan Kia K900. The Korean manufacturer is confident that thanks to the so-called "Birman Effect" they will get rid of problems with dynamics and controllability. The first Kia, created with the direct participation of a German engineer, became Stinger. In particular, Birman was engaged in debugging the chassis of the fastback. Later, he improved the driving characteristics of Genesis premium models: G80 and G90. Now he has to do the same with the updated K900, which will be released to the US market in a few months. "If you put good summer tires on him [Kia K900], you will be able to reveal your driving talent," says Kia's spokesman James Bell. "Customers lookin...