With a new week of Speedhunting ready to kick off, it’s time again to take a quick look at some of our favorite videos from around the net that came to our attention over the past week.
Let’s kick things off with a animated clip of the ‘FFZERO1 Concept’ as shown last week at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas by new automaker Faraday Future…
Although Faraday Future is yet to produce an actual vehicle, the FFZERO1 definitely has our interest piqued, and by watching the video above you’ll see why. Pure electric drive delivering 1000hp and 0-100km/h sprints in the 3-second zone is one of the reasons, but there’s also the next-level digital integration and the fact that the concept’s underpinnings are all modular, meaning that the chassis can take on many different forms. Check out more on the official website here.
Next up, it’s Moments; the official short film of the biggest import tuning festival in Poland – Yokohama Japfest. The 2015 event attracted a huge number of competitors and spectators, and you get a real sense of the atmosphere in this 14-minute clip by Ebisu Studio.
Porsche 911s are a common subject of car videos, but never before have we seen anything like this. For a new episode of Philip Thorrold’s Extreme Shooting, an old school Targa is fitted up with a mounted clay trap to become a moving target of sorts. Yep.
Geibunsha, the Japanese publisher of automotive enthusiast titles Nostalgic Hero and VIPCAR, has made a point of releasing a short video every time a new issue of Stance magazine his the shelves, and this time the Aimgain GT-R is the center of attention. Consider it a nice little follow-up to the spotlight Dino put together on the custom-styled Nissan late last year.
As always, if you’ve watched a cool video this week, we welcome you to share it in the comments section below…
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video from Japfest 2014: https://vimeo.com/109139741
Im not a grammar nazi because there is usually one always in the comments.
Today its me! Some one put his and forgot the t in hits. Sorry.
At first I thought the Targa/Shotgun video was going to be a big "fuck you" to the 911 surge and the rising prices by loading explosives on the hood and blowing it up. I am pretty damn grateful my imagination lost this round. This is still such an old money thing to do, haha.
Tickets to Poland, anyone?
Whoa. Targa/Shotgun film was Extremely strange. But that man can shoot! Thumbs up for guns and cars.
@tcworley Well, usually those 2 do not go well together, just sayin' 'drive-by'...
Dare to Be Different in a Datsun 240Z
@DemitryKlimenko Lol. "different" in one of the hottest old cars of the moment...