Monday, 12 November 2012 01:51
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Thursday, 02 August 2012 22:27
If you have been following our spy stories, you might know that Blueprint reader 'Toldi' has a knack for filming prototype Porsche models on public roads in Germany. After spying the facelifted 2013 Panamera and the new generation of the Cayman coupe earlier this year, Toldi has recaptured Porsche's sports limousine in a district of the company's hometown of Stuttgart. The black cladding on the front and lower-rear ends remains in place on this test car, which means we know where Porsche designers have put their focus on, but we cannot see what they have done. Besides the exterior nip and tuck, the Panamera will likely receive some mechanical enhancements as well. Enjoy.
Thursday, 26 July 2012 19:19
The 1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II model has received a Swarovski Crystal makeover, and will be auctioned next month for the Help in Motion charity foundation to help drug addicts. After jeweler Edgar M GmbH spent three years covering the iconic car with millions of finely cut swarovski crystals, the dazzling luxury vehicle was put on display at the Four Seasons Hotel in Munich, Germany earlier this month. Although the price hasn’t been revealed, you can rest assured that the auction will only be attended by individuals with extremely large amounts in their bank accounts.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 11:40
In case you’ve ever wanted a glimpse behind the doors of an exclusive high-performance automaker, Mercedes-Benz AMG is here to pull back the curtain on its slick headquarters and production facilities in Affalterbach, Germany. This guided virtual tour walks you from the show floor to the private lounge, and through not only the engineering and development of the performance brand, but also through the rich cultural legacy of the brand itself.
Sunday, 20 May 2012 11:53
Wheelsandmore from Baesweiler at Aachen, Germany couldn't help themselves. They had to take one of the sharpest supercars out there and make it even better. A new software upgrade, "which has been adapted to the higher throughput of the valve-controlled exhaust system and a special carbon fibre airbox," gives the Lamborghini Aventador 77 more horsepower, putting it at a whopping 777. We like our chances with this custom. [See More]
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 15:30
Mesmerize defenders and leave goalies traumatized with the slick tricks and ankle breaking moves at your disposal in the 2012 FIFA Street.
Made with the same engine used in EA’s annual FIFA games. The game was first announced on 16 August 2011 at the Gamescom event in Germany, and will be released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles in March 2012. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 23 November 2011 21:02
One of Germany's lesser-known tuning houses, DMC, has presented a new take on the Ferrari California hardtop roadster.
Named the California 3S, the tune includes both cosmetic and performance upgrades and will receive its premiere at the Top Marques show in Macau from November 24th to 27th. The customization package brings a new carbon fiber aero kit that comprises of a front splitter and rear diffuser while the same material has also been used on the license plate surround. [See & Read More]
Saturday, 05 November 2011 02:38
With the automotive world abuzz thanks to the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Autoblog instead headed over to Leonberg, Germany to have a little fun with the 711-horsepower TechArt Porsche GTStreet RS.
The latest inclination finds a sixteen percent bump in horsepower, as well as a twenty-five percent boost in torque. Despite the Smurfish-blue paint job, the GTStreet RS is quite traditional in many ways. [Watch & Read More]
Friday, 21 October 2011 13:36
German shoemaker flaek present this preview of their upcoming “Schietwetter” collection.
Deriving inspiration from the tones that commonly grip Germany during the fall and winter seasons, the “Schietwetter” collection includes a familiar style – the kaalen hi – which leaves conventional shoe manufacturing behind by offering handmade sneakers that are customized to the length and width of one’s foot. [See & Read More]
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Tuesday, 27 September 2011 15:13
Born in Germany and raised in North Carolina, the 26-year-old rapper/producer J. Cole started testing his skill when he was 12 and began making beats at 15 after his mom bought him a beat machine.
Years later, he decided to go to college in New York at St. Johns University so that he would be closer to the record labels as he was confident about getting a deal. [See & Read More]
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