Lyndon Johnson-- yes, that's his real name-- is a journalist, editor and avid fan of cars and motorcycles. In his spare time between writing/editing for a small-town weekly newspaper and nailing perfect rev-matched downshifts while managing Facebook's Manual Transmission Preservation Society, he freelances at Technology Tell's In-Car Tech Tell.
Nissan said it will license its Around View Monitor (AVM) and Moving Object Detection (MOD) technology to Hitachi Construction Machinery Company.
Despite the engine’s newness, the folks at Magnaflow already have a cat-back setup ready for the 2015 Ford F-150’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost mill.
Yo dawg, we heard you like In-Car Tech, so we put In-Car Tech on your in-car tech so you can like In-Car Tech while you like in-car tech in your Volvo S60.
Volvo’s upping its Drive-E powertrain game by testing a three-cylinder engine that makes “around 180 horsepower,” according to the automaker.