Shortly after we tested the new-for-2014 GMC Sierra, Chevrolet sent us its version of the new GM truck, the Chevrolet Silverado. It proved every bit as quiet as its sister.
A trio of Mazda6 race cars powered by SKYACTIV-D diesel engines will face off at the Thunderhill 25-Hour race in a dealers-versus-factory showdown that you can stream live online — for all 25 hours, if you like.
But of course Volvo would want to pursue autonomous car technologies as a way to improve safety, right? The company that has built a safety reputation without equal said in a press release that “the company’s vision is that cars should not crash.” The way to that goal, according to the Volvo, is to make more »
Ford says the Police Interceptor Sedan’s skinnier, more genial sister, the Ford Special Service Police Sedan, got the official nod from the EPA, who rated it at 30 MPG highway.
A Nissan LEAF EV has successfully tested Nissan’s Autonomous Drive technology on roads in Japan, the automaker says.
You may never see a 2014 SRT Viper TA — there just won’t be many of them produced — but know this: If you do, you will have spied the baddest factory Viper in the land.
Are you ready for our hydrogen fuel cell-powered future? Hyundai says it is, naming its Tucson fuel cell model “the World’s First Mass-Produced Fuel Cell Vehicle” in a press release.
I’ve talked badly about my dumb-yet-faithful LG501C Tracfone. Black Friday has finally put it out of its misery and has allowed me to usher myself into the modern era of in-car connectivity.
I genuinely liked the 2014 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited — especially its snappy throttle — but its electronically controlled emergency brake reminded me of a pet peeve of mine. Let the Airing of Electronic E-Brake Grievances commence!
Volkswagen’s XL1 may get a claimed 261 MPG, but it’s also hewn from automotive unobtainium. So applying the XL1′s powertrain goodies to the Volkswagen Twin Up! concept, based heavily on the production Volkswagen Up!, is interesting.
I may not have been a huge fan of the Starlink infotainment system in the 2014 Subaru Legacy, but those sweet Harman Kardon speakers made up for a lot.
When you’ve only got a week with a car, there’s not a lot of time to, as they say, “RTFM.” I have a feeling that’s why the Starlink infotainment system in my 2014 Subaru Legacy was not a joy to operate during my test.