Bozi Tatarevic

Automotive Writer

North Carolina

Bozi Tatarevic

Automotive Writer, Tinkerer, and Tuner.



The Cadillac CT4-V is really just a warmed-over ATS

Last week, Cadillac announced that it is releasing two new sedans, dubbed the CT4-V and the CT5-V. Since the launch of the V-Series performance brand, the vehicles in that line have been equipped with very powerful engines and the chassis and brake setup to match, but these new cars signal a change in the V-Series as only a pure performance line.
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How much does the 2020 Toyota Supra suspension share with the BMW Z4?

The new Toyota Supra has arrived, sharing a platform with the BMW. There has been a lot of discussion regarding how much they share and whether the Supra is just a Z4 with Toyota sheet metal draped over it. Toyota’s engineers state that the car is completely unique and that they even cut off communication with the BMW teams at one point to keep the development independent, but the parts diagrams appear to tell a different story.
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Can the Vantage AMR’s 7-speed manual fit in a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT?

Aston Martin just announced that it will be building a Vantage AMR that will feature the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 backed by a Graziano seven-speed manual transaxle. The V-8 is shared with Mercedes-Benz and found in vehicles such as the AMG GT. Naturally, some have wondered whether this could open up the possibility of an AMG GT with a manual transaxle.
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Perfect Alignment

Home-built tools for budget chassis measurements
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Why the Mustang EcoBoost High Performance Pack makes less power than the RS

Although the Focus RS is out of production, its engine will live on, courtesy of a new High Performance Package that was just announced for the Mustang EcoBoost. Along with a pile of handling upgrades, the new performance-oriented Mustang EcoBoost uses the RS’ 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, albeit with a few modifications.
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When cost-cutting hobbled the Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky’s sport suspension

The Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky were an attempt by General Motors to compete with roadsters like the Mazda MX-5, but the Kappa platform cars fell short, due in part to some of GM’s cost-cutting moves. Yet, these measures were what made these cars possible – GMC Envoy lights and a Chevy Malibu steering wheel were but two examples of raiding the corporate parts bin to save on development costs.
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The Mid-Engine Corvette's Gearbox Might Be Related to the Porsche 918's

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How STI builds the S209 like the ultimate factory tuner

The Subaru WRX STI S209 is the first in the legendary S-line of cars developed by Subaru Tecnica International to reach our shores. Those who miss out on the roughly 200 examples that arrive could (with great pains) build their own, because the wizards at STI appear to have used many parts readily available in the aftermarket.
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Colors, Options for Mid-Engine Corvette Detailed in Apparently Leaked Order Guide

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Ford may offer a third engine in the Mustang

Looks like the Ford Mustang is getting a new engine to slot in between the eco-friendly four-banger and the performance-oriented V-8. Everyone in Dearborn is keeping mum for now—a spokesman said only that the company “is always elevating Mustang and will share more exciting news this spring”—but Ford provided a glimpse of its plan with a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration vehicle identification number filing.
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How Koenigsegg Made a Better Ford V-8

Koenigsegg revealed a 600 horsepower naturally aspirated engine at the Geneva Motor Show last year, but something about it looked very familiar. It is well known that Koenigsegg used the Ford Modular motor in their early years, so it wasn't surprising to find that portions of the new engine resemble modern Ford V-8s.
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GM’s new 6.6-liter small-block V-8 could be a treat for hot rodders

General Motors is bringing back the venerable 400-cubic inch V-8. That’s great news for anyone who lives by the rule there’s no replacement for displacement. Chevrolet plans to stuff a 6.6-liter engine based on GM’s generation-5 small-block architecture into the 2020 Silverado and Sierra HD. Although the big beast probably won’t appear under the hood of anything with sporting aspirations, GM is bound to offer it as a crate motor so enthusiasts can shoehorn it into anything they like.
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Bozi Tatarevic

Bozi was born in the land of the Yugo but grew up flipping Chevys in the Southeast US. His automotive background ranges from running a used car sales and service facility to building junkyard LS engines and fixing endurance car.

His writing draws from his technical and sales background and often focuses on getting the story behind the scenes. His inbox is always open for tips and new ideas.