I checked my e-mail this morning, and the words of Jellyfish vocalist Andy Sturmer bubbled to the top of my head: “So there it is.” Car Tech Tell is dead.
Just after Lyndon tested the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, I was able to get my hands on the baby of the family: The 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 in the Ford F-150.
Mitsubishi may have a bad rap for its financials, but it’s still capable of producing a hell of a car, as the final Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution shows.
Coolreall has a new jumper box on the market that should prove handy for those who are prone to killing their car batteries.
The JBL GX600C component speaker set impresses with its low cost of entry and clear stereo imaging.
A QNX-equipped Maserati at the Connected Car Conference showed some interesting infotainment integration ideas.
The Land Rover Discovery Sport proves to be the right-sized Land Rover SUV, especially if you find the Evoque’s sloping roof too…evoqative.
It’s not all about the aluminum, baby. For short folks, the improved Ford F-150 tailgate step may be simple, but it’s also a godsend.
After a week with a 2015 Honda Fit, I was surprised by both its willingness to rev and its superb fuel economy. Best of both worlds? Indeed.
If you had a big enough 3D printer, you might reasonably want to 3D print a Shelby Cobra, right? That’s what Oak Ridge National Laboratory did.
Honda was all-in for technology when it designed the Honda Fit. The center stack is dominated by a large flush-mount infotainment touchscreen.
The Honda Fit finds no shortage of fans. Count us among them. But with the newest generation of the car, we wanted to test it for two reasons: