Category Archives: News

Wake the Kids: Buick LaCrosse Avenir Is Coming in 2018

In the market for a new car? Buick will expand its Avenir sub-brand in just a few months as it prepares to release the addition of the LaCrosse to the line. Visually similar to the Enclave Avenir, the LaCrosse will hold Acrtlite LED lighting systems, exclusive wheels, come in a variety of new colors with … Read More

Despite Falsified Supplier Data, Japanese Automakers Claim Cars Are Safe

Kobe Steel, a Japanese metal supplier admits that it falsified product quality data for more than 10 years. Kobe supplies sheet metal and aluminum for many American, Japanese, German, and French automakers. In light of this news, the European Aviation Safety Agency has issued a warning against using Kobe components. Honda, Toyota, Mazda and Nissan … Read More

Ride in Fine Comfort: Toyota Fuel-Cell Concept Has 600-Plus Miles of Range

Toyota has opted for comfort this year with one of their newest models and the the fina result is a gem of beauty and luxury. will this mean a foot hold into luxury cars that will allow Toyota to stat climbing the ranks within the car pyramids or will this allow the more lower income … Read More

2019 Range Rover P400e: A New Age of Range

It would seem the Range Rover has relied too much on it’s name lately. with too many changes those who have faithfully stood by its side are starting to dwindle away. will the company learn from their mistake before it’s too late, or will they enforce these changes so much that it will lead them … Read More

Utterly Ridiculous New Audi Nomenclature Scheme Is Not Happening in the United States

Apparently, the new Audi design has caused so much confusion America has opted not to include the new Audi in their market. Even people within their own Audi departments questioned this new design on Audi and wondered what exactly was gong on with this new engine. With the unknown and unanswered questions a few feel … Read More

Driven: Subaru’s WRX STI Global Rallycross Car!

In this blog post on, Josh Jacquot writes about his experience driving the Subaru’s WRX STI 2016 model global rallycross car. He describes what it is like to accelerate through the different gears and, in the process, talks about the car’s specs like its anti-lag system. He concludes that it was an exhilarating driving … Read More

Future Coopers: Clemson University’s Rear-Wheel-Drive Mini Concept

Clemson University has come up with a new idea for a vehicle. It uses rear wheel drive. It is also a smaller vehicle. This would be handy for many who don’t have families or who just don’t feel they need a lot of room. These mini vehicles are often better on gas and are easier … Read More

2018 Porsche 718 Boxster / Cayman GTS: The Usual Formula, Now for Fours – Official Photos and Info

Interested in the new 2018 718 Boxster/ Cayman? Find links to Alexander Stoklosa’s explanation of it features and photos in the article entitled: “The usual formula, Now for Fours”. How has this remarkable care evolved? See the last two years explained as well by manufacturer’s specifications and leading experts. Find links to amazing Boxster tests; … Read More

Polestar 1: It’s Here, It’s Real, and It’s Not a Volvo

The Polestar 1 is the first production vehicle from Volvo Badge. It is a 600 horsepower hybrid. It is similar to the Volvo S90, but it is shorter and has a smaller wheel base. Polestar’s focus will be advanced technology and will move towards electric. The Polestar 1 will have a production of 500 per … Read More

Obligatory NAFTA Update: Mexico and Canada Reject U.S. Proposals as Talks Wrap Up

Mexico and Canada have rejected U.S. proposals as talks have wrapped up. There was more than one thing rejected by the two nations. Automobiles was one of the things that was rejected. The nature of these recent talks has been very tense and people are wondering if Trump will leave NAFTA. Obligatory NAFTA Update: Mexico … Read More

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