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Every morning offers a chance to go somewhere unexpected, to encounter someone or something new. For Ditella, hewing to an authentic life and self is what keeps him grounded. “You always want to be who you truly are.”

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Ditella talks about the importance of cutting your own path as he crosses the bridge into Brooklyn. His ride of choice? A new Range Rover, an iconic model born nearly fifty years ago, almost the exact same vintage as the El Primero.

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Craftsmanship is character, and acing the test of time is the ultimate style guarantee. This is the pricelessness of vintage. Ditella might wear quality on his wrist. He might drink it out of a rocks glass. It’s all part of the history-minded search for “things that will always be cool.”

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Jon Wilde and Hasan Minhaj from The Daily Show take a spin in the new McClaren 570GT sports car. At a base price of $198,950, it features a twin turbo V8 engine that puts out 562 horsepower. They walk us through the features of "The Family McLaren" -- and test out its luggage space with an amusing challenge.

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What the story is and who breaks it first is everything in the NFL. Rand Getlin, NFL Network Reporter, explains the information race.

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Mike Gomes, SVP Fan Experience, takes us inside the creation of the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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Von Miller’s take on personal style.

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NFL culture transcended the actual game years ago, and today the game is about so much more than just what happens on the field. So we dug deep and sat down with Von Miller and Insiders. Watch as we uncover the heartbeat of the league in The Design of the Game.

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GQ and Jon Wilde show us the coolest cars at this year's New York International Auto Show.

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Maserati, you looks good, won't you back that ass up?

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He claims it’s the best ass he’s ever seen, but 2 Chainz didn’t come upon it in a strip club—nay, it was a dope bumper at West Coast Customs. 2 Chainz stops by the famed luxury auto company to check out one-of-a-kind rides, like a $1 million car designed by will.i.am. and a $500,000 DeLorean with custom Beats speakers

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West Coast Customs founder Ryan Friedlinghaus shows 2 Chainz the real-life car he transformed for the “Mad Max” video game.
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