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Spofec Black One adds bling and horses to Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II

By - August 11, 2015 14 Pictures

The "entry level" Rolls Royce Ghost Series II aimed at the younger, entrepreneurial market has been turning some heads lately, but Germany-based car customizer Spofec is trying to turn them a bit farther. The Spofec Black One takes the Ghost and adds bespoke modification packages featuring a matte black motif and improved engine performance kits to create a car that wouldn't look out of place in the Green Hornet's garage.

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DEF CON focuses on vehicle security and beyond in wake of Jeep hack

By - August 10, 2015 4 Pictures

Last month, security researchers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller made headlines when they remotely hacked a Jeep Cherokee, killing the transmission as a Wired reporter drove at high-speed down the freeway. But with cars representing only a subset of the Internet of Things, it's likely that many companies that had previously never considered whether their products were virtually as well as physically safe will similarly be responding to disclosures of exploits and courting future employees at hacker conventions in the future. Security researchers at DEF CON described the many attack surfaces of today's connected vehicle and pointed to potential improvements to protect consumers.

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Monterey Car Week auctions prepare to smash records

This week is Monterey Car Week, an event which has evolved over the last 65 years to become the single most important celebration of automotive heritage in the world. The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance has become the world's most important such event, and the round of collectible car auctions (seven almost concurrent auctions this year) now sells almost half the world's most valuable cars. Includes internet viewing guide and times.

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Chevy steers the Colorado Z71 off road with Trail Boss package

Chevy seems determined to increase its visibility among off-road enthusiasts, slowly but surely. At last year's LA Auto Show, it showed the aggressive Colorado ZR2 concept pickup. Although the company hasn't given any official word on whether that model will make it through to production, it is offering impatient dirt lovers a novelty prize in the meantime. The 2016 Colorado Z71 Trail Boss lights up the dirt with several key off-road features.

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