Global Statistics

All countries
331,852,703
Confirmed
Updated on January 18, 2022 1:15 pm
All countries
267,094,347
Recovered
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5,565,821
Deaths
Updated on January 18, 2022 1:15 pm

Global Statistics

All countries
331,852,703
Confirmed
Updated on January 18, 2022 1:15 pm
All countries
267,094,347
Recovered
Updated on January 18, 2022 1:15 pm
All countries
5,565,821
Deaths
Updated on January 18, 2022 1:15 pm

Win a car for Christmas

Autoblog may receive a share of purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. No donations or payments are required to enter or win this sweepstakes. See the official rules on Omaze.

The leaves are falling, the air is cool and there are already many forecasts of snow, which can only mean one thing: We are coming on Christmas Day. When you’re busy thinking about what gifts to give your loved ones, we’re here automatic blog had decided which dream car we wanted to see in our driveway on Christmas morning. Cars for Christmas may seem a bit extreme and expensive, but thanks to this Omaze Lottery, no need to spend. Plus, if you enter one of these sweepstakes between now and November 25 and use the code FALALA500, you’ll get an extra 500 chances to win. Here are the current draws we want to win this holiday season.

James Riswick, West Coast Editor: Let me be clear, DeLorean is a pretty terrible car. The speedometer doesn’t even reach 88 mph. Seriously, look at the picture: reaching 85. Also, who serves a DeLorean? And how much does it cost to maintain it? $AlloftheMoney or just $MostoftheMoney? So owning one can be overwhelming, but at least by winning it through Omaze, you’ll be free of the financial burden of buying it. You’ll also get the chance to own one of the most iconic cars of all time, a car that transcends car enthusiasm and is instantly recognized by everyone as a “Back to the Future” car. Plus, “everyone” doesn’t know that DeLorean actually a pretty terrible car. So, I already have James Bond’s a car from 1995, why not a Doc Brown from 1985?

Eddie Sabatini, Production Manager: Why I choose +$200K Bentley SUVs? Because even if I could afford it, I would never be able to spend the money to buy one. So why not try to win it by donating what I can afford to a good cause? I first saw Bentley Bentayga up close and personal at the Frankfurt Motor Show (I forget what year but I will never forget this SUV). And even though it looks like Bentayga Omaze offers not having the fancy tailgate setup I liked when I saw it in Frankfurt, I would still go in to win.

Byron Hurd, Editor: Few automotive marketing efforts stick out in my head more than Mercedes Benz vacation spots and magazine placements. Santa in the red car, the reindeer in the silver, right? I’ve always been a fan too W113 SL. Nothing is more timeless than that, so this one ticked my box and the included “Pagoda” hard top is a great plus. It’s also just a clean, well-restored car with no need to prove anything. I appreciate that.

Erik Maier, Multimedia Producer: There’s definitely no shortage of great cars to win from the Omaze for the rest of the year, but if I’m lucky enough to win one myself, I hope it will be the best. Tesla Model S. If you can look past billionaire Elon’s never-ending crimes, there’s no denying that Tesla make some really great electric car. These Model S plaids can cover 400 miles on a single charge, more than I’ve likely ever used, and will go from 0 to 60 mph in just a hair under 2 seconds, a feature I may rarely use, but which is sure to be a fun and occasional party trick. I’ll admit, I was quite confused by the steering wheel design choices for this one, but I’m pretty sure it’s something I could easily get used to in a $100,000+ car I just won low and low on. free.

Greg Migliore, Editor-in-Chief: I will go by habit 1969 Ford F-100. This example is a fine mix of modern power – the Coyote V8 is under the hood – and old-school charm. The two-tone paint and distressed whiskey colored chairs really set the era. There are lots of new features, like LED lights and even some cool touches, like the Borla exhaust. Older ford truck finally gained mainstream attention, as evidenced by ’78 Illuminators concept of SEMA, and it’s worth it. This one benefits Kevin Bacon’s charity, and I randomly just watched the 1992 Aaron Sorkin movie”Some good guys,” in the which Bacon, Demi Moore, Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and seems every other actor from the 1990s and 2000s emerged.

Zac Palmer, Road Test Editor: I usually choose Sport car sort of for this kind of thing, but my time in a Wrangler 392 absolutely one of the most fun I’ve ever had in any vehicle. This is so ridiculous and outrageous. You quickly stop caring about why it doesn’t make any sense, because you’re just having fun making that annoying V8 sound and accelerating a lot faster than a vehicle like this can. Holidays are (hopefully) about fun and laughter, and Wrangler 392 will scatter both of them in spades.

Joel Stocksdale, News Editor: There are many ways to build a restomod. And many of those ways can be boring or bland. This one doesn’t either. It’s really classy Pontianak GTO. Under the hood is 461 cu. in. V8 from Butler Performance grounded in reality Pontianak V8, not just others Pursuit machine. Everything is smooth with low metallic green wheels and clean grays. No chrome or overly flashy stickers. And the interior is the same only with the improved steering wheel, shifter and pedals in the regular cabin. Oh, and there’s the manual. This is a slick muscle car that you will love to drive and show off.

Jeremy Korzeniewski, Consumer Editor: As a kid of the 80s, there were few cars with a sheer cultural impact on my personal psyche that came close to DeLorean DMC-12. I’ll always stop what I’m doing to take a look, and on the rare occasion when someone passes me on the street, I consider my day officially made. Now, I will be the first to admit that DeLorean not a very good vehicle. It’s not very powerful, doesn’t handle like a sports car, and will never appreciate into the stratosphere like some other ’80s machines. I do not care. I like to park this stainless wonder in my garage and take it out on sunny days to enjoy the glory of my childhood memories.

Amr Sayour, Producer: I want to win 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda, and you’re probably asking yourself why I chose this vehicle over the Tesla Model S or Wrangler Rubicon 392. Well, readers, it’s a classic look to be honest. I’ve seen thousands of new models on the streets but none will make me do a double take like a classic car in a sea of ​​new cars. These two seats are vintage Mercedes in stunning silver it is equipped with a four-speed automatic and a 2.8-liter inline-six engine, producing 168 hp and 193 lb-ft of torque. The red interior screams classic with a holiday vibe. Forget your Christmas sleigh, this is the two seater I want this season.

You may be asking yourself, what does it take to win? First of all, according to Omaze, “no donation or payment is required to enter or win this sweepstakes.” $10 will get you 100 entries, while $50 will get you 1,000 entries and $100 will get you 2,000 entries.

The best part? All of these donations go to different charities, so head over to Omaze to see which sweepstakes you would like to win. Do not forget enter code FALALA500 for an additional 500 chances to win between now and November 25th.

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