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  1. I came across a heavily modified, military-spec version of the Ford F150 Raptor which has been built by Mil-Spec Automotive, a company known for its hardcore conversions. The F150 continues to use a 507hp, 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine, though it has been fitted with reworked suspension which has been specifically designed for improved off-road use. Visually too, it features a stealthy dark grey exterior finish with additional LED light bars, new bumpers, off-road wheels and tyres, reworked pick-up bed, roof rack and new side steps. What do you guys think of this Ford F150? IMAGE SOURCE
  2. Ferrari boss Luca Di Montezemolo has said that the Enzo replacement will be introduced next month and that some new variants of the Caifornia will also be introduced soon. He has dismissed rumors that the company is considering a sedan or crossover.Speaking with Auto Motor und Sport, Montezemolo said crossovers aren't "emotional" enough for the brand to consider. He added that Ferrari will stick with two-door models that combine "performance and driving pleasure." The executive went on to say that anyone who wants a Ferrari-like sedan or crossover can simply buy one from Maserati. When asked about the possibility of a new entry-level model, Montezemolo simply responded by saying "A smaller and cheaper Ferrari is not a Ferrari." Source: worldcarfans.