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Check Out How Tesla's Model 3 Autopilot Works In Heavy Traffic1m49s

Check Out How Tesla's Model 3 Autopilot Works In Heavy Traffic

Rumble user ‘ricardoapparicio0’ decided to test out the autopilot feature on Tesla’s Model 3 and what better way to demonstrate the machine’s nerves of steel, then by sending it where all season drivers hate to go - in stop-and-go traffic! They drove for 45 minutes on 5S through Camp Pendleton in Southern California and the car performed like a champ, starting and stopping at the right time, always putting its passengers’ safety first! Within a week of unveiling the Model 3 in 2016, Tesla said, they had taken 325,000 reservations for the four-door sedan, more than triple the number of Model S sedans sold by the end of 2015. These reservations represent potential sales of over US$14 billion. By August 2017, there were 455,000 net reservations, and an average of 1,800 reservations were being added per day. Tesla's Model 3 is designed to achieve a "5-Star Safety Rating" and is expected to have a drag coefficient of 0.23. This will be lower than the Tesla Model S drag coefficient of Cd=0.24, which in 2014 was the lowest among current production cars. To put things further into perspective, the average modern automobile achieves a drag coefficient of between 0.30 and 0.35. All in all, this is a very smooth ride!

Anonymous Ferrari Owner Makes Dream Come True For Young Cancer Survivor2m29s

Anonymous Ferrari Owner Makes Dream Come True For Young Cancer Survivor

Tom Garrett is an inspiring young man from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada who has faced more challenges in his 28 years than most people face in a lifetime. He battled cancer in his teens and received a life-saving bone marrow transplant. Four years of treatments and more procedures than he can count are behind him now and he faces life with optimism, hope and an enthusiasm for life that is simply inspiring. Tom is somewhat of a local hero and has a great love for beautiful and exotic cars. He plays online games with friends that feature super cars and powerful machines and, like most of us, he always dreamed of a day when he might ride in a real one. An anonymous gentleman, known as "Ghostrider" in the car scene, heard about Tom and his passion for cars. He was eager to make a dream come true for Tom and he even loaned Tom his Lamborghini Huracan for a few days. This put a huge smile on Tom's face and created an unforgettable experience for a very deserving young man. Ghostrider was so thrilled about Tom's reaction that he wanted to do something more. He very recently purchased another car for his collection; a Ferrari 458 Spider. The same day that he bought this gorgeous car, Ghostrider began planning another gift for Tom. He wanted Tom to be one of the first ones to enjoy this sweet ride. Within a few days, he sent the Ferrari to Tom's house to put another smile on his face. Tom suspected something special was happening but did not know exactly what. He couldn't believe his eyes when he saw the bright red beast waiting for him in the driveway. With the cameras running, Dave and Tom set out on another unforgettable cruise. For a whole evening, the two toured Peterborough, turning heads and collecting compliments on "Mr. Garrett's car". His reaction was priceless. He was in disbelief that someone he didn't even know would make this happen for him a second time. Ghostrider is a modest philanthropist who quietly seeks opportunities to provide life changing experiences for people like Tom. He will accept no recognition for his good deeds. He simply asks that others look for ways that they can do a little good for the people around them. He calls it the Ripple Effect, but those who know him call it the Ghostrider Effect. Whatever you call it, it's a very beautiful thing!

Ferrari 458 Convertible Supercar Has A Seriously Cool Feature55s

Ferrari 458 Convertible Supercar Has A Seriously Cool Feature

The Ferrari 458 is a classic supercar that turns heads wherever it goes. Perhaps it's the signature Ferrari red paint, or maybe it's the sleek lines or even the deep, throaty growl of the nearly 600hp engine. The car is built to accelerate like a rocket and corner like it's on rails. But there is another feature of this car that makes it a lot of fun. With the push of a button, the security latches on the roof release and mechanized arms fold the roof back and into a concealed compartment behind the driver. A panel cover lifts off and back, allowing the roof to neatly stow away inside the compartment before the hatch lowers back into place to restore the sharp lines of this beautiful car. It's difficult to tell whether the car's exotic look, responsive handling, or maybe the retractable roof are what is the most fun about a car like this. Either way, the driver will not be able to resist playing with this roof, even a little bit! If you ask people which is their favorite Ferrari supercar, everyone will give you a different answer, although it seems that the hybrid LaFerrari is leading by popular vote. LaFerrari literally means "TheFerrari" in Italian language and in some other Romance languages, in the sense that it is the "definitive" Ferrari.

WildCreatures
Published: September 25, 2017Updated: September 26, 2017460 views
Watch What Happens With This Speeding Corvette At An Intersection24s

Watch What Happens With This Speeding Corvette At An Intersection

So, we all know that while in traffic we can meet all kinds of drivers and experience all sorts of situations, but this one is just mind blowing. First off, lets give this guy a shout out for going waaay over the speed limit and endangering every ones life including his. Also, the luck he had while speeding through that intersection with an absurd speed and not hitting nor getting hit by someone. On the other hand, the guy behind the wheel of the car that is filming this whole scenario is just waiting on the worst to happen while commentating on the situation. This Corvette driver passes all the cars with a ridiculous speed while going through an intersection and over a bump and if you can imagine is a couple of seconds even airborne. This crazy drive manages to keep the car in control and not swerving off as he even steps further down on the gas and disappears into traffic. One thing is for sure, this is probably the luckiest guy this week by getting away with such stupid speed in such a traffic jam. A Corvette ZR1 speeds by in this dash cam footage and literally jumps an intersection, nearly crashing into other cars. So stupid!

Dodge Charger Safety Chase Car Assisting With ER-2 Landing1m50s

Dodge Charger Safety Chase Car Assisting With ER-2 Landing

This 1-minute, 49-second video taken January 20, 2011 in Palmdale CA shows NASA's ER-2 coming in for a landing and a 2010 Dodge Charger safety chase car escorting the aircraft to a safe landing. The safety chase car is being driven by an experienced ER-2 pilot and it can be seen charging down the runway in a high-speed chase of the ER-2. NASA's Dryden (now Armstrong) Flight Research Center maintains and operates the ER-2, which is based at Hangar 703 in Palmdale. Communicating with the aircraft pilot, the safety chase car pilot calls out the distance in feet from the landing gear to the runway to help the pilot make a smooth landing. Credit: NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center

Son's comical reaction to Lamborghini full throttle acceleration2m05s

Son's comical reaction to Lamborghini full throttle acceleration

Dave is about to take his son Chris to school in a Lamborghini Huracan. In an amazing act of generosity, the owner who wishes to remain anonymous, loaned Dave the supercar to make a dream come true for a young cancer survivor. Dave was given the car for 5 days to show the young man a good time, but he was also told to take his own kids for a ride. Dave picked up Chris at his house and drove him to his university campus. They took a detour on the way so that Chris could experience the full throttle acceleration of a 600 horsepower machine. Chris wasn't fully prepared and his reaction is priceless! This supercar is so popular that it replaced Lamborghini's best seller and most produced car – the Gallardo. It's debut was made in 2014, and it features 310 horsepower and 4 wheel drive. That same year, the Huracan was named “The Supercar of the Year 2014” by the popular car magazine “Top Gear”. So we can safely say that these two fellas were very lucky to be able to drive a car such as this one, and the experience must have been one they will remember for the rest of their lives.

Futuristic concept car holds impossible puzzle48s

Futuristic concept car holds impossible puzzle

The 2017 Toronto Auto Show brought the unveiling of a hydrogen fueled Toyota concept car that has zero emissions. Lightweight and powered by an electric motor, this car produces nothing but water. The added bonus is that the car can not only produce energy for propulsion, it can also produce power for a household and enough to charge other electric vehicles. The biggest drawback is that scientists have not yet discovered a way to extract and store hydrogen without producing more emissions than they save. If they can manage to solve this puzzle, hydrogen is one of the most readily available renewable energy carriers on earth.

WildCreatures
Published: April 19, 2017Updated: April 20, 20172,446 views
Epic Honda snow drifting filmed with drone28s

Epic Honda snow drifting filmed with drone

It's not what you drive, it's how you drive it! Winter driving can be a lot of fun, especially when you're a fan of drifting. This Honda Civic owner drives it like he stole it. The full speed slides and drifts are filmed by a drone skimming along just over the road. The powdered snow flies all around and covers the Honda as it spins out. These antics are best reserved for controlled environments with no hazards or traffic.

WildCreatures
Published: March 20, 2017Updated: March 21, 201713,095 views
Jogger shocked after spotting Lamborghini on road following snow storm26s

Jogger shocked after spotting Lamborghini on road following snow storm

This Lamborghini owner loves nothing more than driving his all wheel drive supercar in the snow. After a fresh snowfall, he heads out to do some drifting. He passes a jogger who can't believe his eyes. He shrugs and motions at the car as if to ask the motorist behind if it's real.

WildCreatures
Published: January 10, 2017Updated: January 11, 201747,927 views
Massive fleet of tanks seen on Finnish highway1m43s

Massive fleet of tanks seen on Finnish highway

A long line of armored vehicles from the Finnish Defense Forces march along the Hämeenlinna highway in Finland. The music makes it so much more epic!

fizzl
Published: January 8, 2017Updated: January 9, 2017258,403 viewsVirality: 115%
Lamborghini drifts hard in the snow27s

Lamborghini drifts hard in the snow

This Lamborghini owner couldn't wait for the snow to fall. For him, drifting and spinning around in the snow is the most fun way to drive his supercar. Here, he does his best impression of a lighthouse as he spins around on the spot. Although this looks easy, getting any car to spin around in circles takes a precise control with the gas and the steering. This is a professional driver on a closed course. This should not be attempted by non professional drivers in any car.

WildCreatures
Published: December 26, 2016Updated: December 27, 201680,732 viewsVirality: 1%
The Fast and the Generous: North Face Rally Toy Drive3m44s

The Fast and the Generous: North Face Rally Toy Drive

This year, Santa's sleigh has been replaced by 30 high powered supercars. The North Face Rally is a bunch of people with fast cars and big hearts. They knew there were children who would be spending Christmas in hospital so they raised over $15,000 and took their supercars to Toys R Us. They called for a little help from the Ontario Provincial Police. A few days later, they drove these beautiful cars to Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto to deliver the toys. There will be more smiles on Christmas Day, thanks to this amazing show of generosity. Amazingly, they even bought enough toys to donate to the Metro Toronto Police toy drive. But that's another story... This is the kindness that Christmas is all about!

The fastest way to clear snow off your Lamborghini31s

The fastest way to clear snow off your Lamborghini

When you own a Lamborghini you want to do everything fast. This Lambo owner was determined to get the snow off as quickly as possible and get going. He had it cleared off in record time!

WildCreatures
Published: November 28, 2016Updated: November 29, 20167,369 viewsVirality: 11%
Guy puts powerful motorcycle engine into ancient USSR vehicle2m34s

Guy puts powerful motorcycle engine into ancient USSR vehicle

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you took the engine from a powerful motorcycle and placed in into a very old vehicle from USSR times? THIS!!! A bunch of guys in Russia took on a very ambitious feat. They removed the engine from a Honda CB 1100 and placed in into the chassis on a S3D cycle car. The S-3D model was produced between 1970 and 1998 and is quite heavy, because of the all steel body. They u were called “invalidka” or “motor wheelchairs”, because they were leased via the social care system to disabled people and could be renewed ever 5 years. The car is quite tiny, 102.4 inches in length, but rather heavy, measuring upwards of 500 kilos. Not all of the "invalidkas" were scrapped, because some of their disabled lessees managed to register them as their private property. However, nowadays they are rare, and earlier models are exceptionally rare and became a collector's item. This bunch managed to get their hands on a nice teal sample and made Frankenstein's monster out of it! The 1140cc air-cooled inline four-cylinder engine of the Honda makes the tiny heavy car fly like it is made out of tin! Whoa!

Vitalyraz
Published: November 8, 2016814,410 views
Drifting in an insane Japanese race car2m01s

Drifting in an insane Japanese race car

Check out this awesome footage at the Stateline Speedway Idaho for a drift event with Garage 52. The cars at the event include: Mazda RX-7 FD3S, Mazda FC3S RX7, Volvo 740, BMW 325i.

NoAnchor
Published: November 4, 2016Updated: November 7, 20164,441 views
Cruising up the Southern California coast in a 2016 Toyota Prius C3m20s

Cruising up the Southern California coast in a 2016 Toyota Prius C

What makes for a most dope road trip experience? It's actually pretty easy. All you need to check off your list is good friends, great weather, and a fly set of wheels. Earlier this month, we were fortunate to hit the pavement revving up the coastline with Toyota as participants in their “Ultimate Southern California Roadtrip”. Honestly, is there a more temperate climate in the lower 48 to cruise?

stupidDOPE
Published: August 29, 2016Updated: August 30, 201662,712 views
You Can Easily Protect The Environment With This Smart Parking Solution3m27s

You Can Easily Protect The Environment With This Smart Parking Solution

Some people would say that the world has gone mad since the invention of the steam engine. Before that, people didn’t know a thing about pollution and the Earth was about 50% greener than it is now. But reminiscing won’t help a thing. Drawing comparisons will serve as a metaphorical wake-up slap to the face, but it will not change the damage that has already been done. It’s safe to say that being mobile has both been a blessing and a curse. The sky is no longer a limit, we can travel the world in less than 80 days and we can receive information from across the globe literally fresh from the press. Mobility is good if your currency is information, and with the way things change in the span of a second, the way instant decisions change the course of history, it is very important to be information rich. Mobility, however, requires a lot of space. The green color on our planet dwindles away as we speak, being replaced by parking space concrete and road asphalt. Thankfully, there are a lot of people, like this Indian man, that think of maximizing the use of their space. Thankfully, their number is only getting bigger. Plus, their creations are extremely innovative and take less time and less money to be made. If that’s not a win-win situation, we don’t know what is.

ViralHog
Published: August 1, 2016133,353 views
Annoyed driver attempts to prevent cars from illegally passing3m02s

Annoyed driver attempts to prevent cars from illegally passing

According to the user 'arntzville', driving along the breakdown lane is actually legal between certain hours of the day on this freeway. This was not the case during this time but many people decided they were still going to do it anyway. A Kia driver did not approve of this. Every time someone tried to pass on the breakdown lane, he tried to stop them. He would move his car closer to the driver in front of him, not allowing these illegal drivers through. There is no way he is giving in. This driver does not want anyone to get away with committing illegal actions. At one point in the video, the Kia driver positions his car between the right lane and the breakdown lane, not allowing people to continue moving on the breakdown lane at that time. He is annoyed and is not pleased with the situation. This may no be the best idea, he could create even more unnecessary collisions on the road. He does not approve of the other drivers actions on the road and is tired of this situation. If it's time to give your car a good wash, check out some of this car wash equipment. Why not give your car a nice sparkle!