BMW recently ran a competition in North America asking fans to create a video that explains how much they "desire" the new 2012 3-Series, but make it last no longer than 5.9 seconds, about the time it takes the car to go from 0-60 mph. From the more than 2,000 entries that were submitted, a final winner has been picked, with the panel of judges including gold medal winning Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin, baseball player Mark Teixeira, and filmmaker Kurt Miller. The winning video, Test Drive Nostalgia, was created by Earl Duque of Los Angeles, CA. The short clip features him and a friend...
Win A Ford - Or A Lot Of Rockstar - In "Drive Like A Champion"
Ford and Rockstar Energy Drink's "Drive Like a Champion" sweepstakes doesn't require driving a Ford like a champion, or drinking Rockstar. Discuss. Now that it’s confirmed the hot 2013 Ford Focus ST starts under $25,000, there’s only one way to make it even more tantalizing. Handing...Thomas Bey
2012 BMW M5 Up For Grabs In Forza Motorsport 4 On Xbox 360
Got Forza Motorsport 4 for the XBox 360? Good. Got a 2012 BMW M5? No? Then this might interest you. Video games aren't just video games any more, they're the gateway to something much better. Gran Turismo has turned several gamers into real racing drivers with the GT Academy, and Forza 4 players...Antony Ingram
Want To Win A Corvette Grand Sport And A Trip To Le Mans?
If you’ve got 5w 30 coursing through your veins like we do, that question posed in the title may be along the lines of “would you like to keep breathing?” Of course the answer is going to be yes, and General Motors is giving you the opportunity to win the ultimate car enthusiast...Kurt Ernst
Student designers tapped for Audi 'Intelligent Emotion' project
The future of automotive mobility is a question that has always captivated the mind of the carmaker and the driver alike. Today Audi takes its turn to give us a glimpse into what they think the future may hold, seen through the eyes of design students at the Munich University of Applied Sciences...Alex Kaufmann
Audi Design Competition SPORE: the future of Audi design?
Like bell-bottom jeans, tie-dyed shirts and shoulder-length hair - on men - some things capture the style of an era. It's easy to look back and see what defined the hippie culture, or the beatniks or even the mods, rockers and punks of the '80s. But looking forward is an altogether different task...Alex Kaufmann