Did Neil Young inadvertently spill the beans not just about a new Lincoln Continental — because, OMG — but also about his Pono music player being in it?
After seeing performance packages Hennessey offers for the Chevy SS, I was curious to see what other aftermarket options were available for Chevy SS owners.
I was once told to be weary of cheaper aftermarket wheels that are more prone to cracking, bending, and breaking, so I’m cautiously approaching these:
A camera-capable rear-view mirror from Advent aims to give drivers an affordable route into rear-view cameras ahead of NHTSA requirements.
After experiencing clutch slippage, Chris knew a replacement was due for the Saab 9-3. He went with a KY Stage 3 clutch kit and an OEM dual-mass flywheel.
When asked what his favorite aspect of the sound system is, Josh said, “My favorite aspect right now is the fullness of the sound I have.” I agree.
Audison has announced the introduction of Audison bit Play HD, the first high-resolution digital music player specifically for automotive applications.
Early adopters of the new midsize Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon who want upgraded exhaust probably just perked up after MagnaFlow’s announcement.
Kicker’s L7 subwoofer earned the company 2015 International CES Innovation Awards honors.
Hennessey’s tuning packages for the Chevrolet SS muscle sedan allow you to dream as big as you want, right up to 1,000 horsepower of tire-shredding bliss.
Memphis Car Audio is exhibiting a custom 2013 Harley-Davidson Road Glide at CES with an audio system that will blow your hair back while standing still.
One thing my buddy’s super clean Chrysler 300 lacked was that five-letter word that puts a smile on most of our faces: boost. So he picked up a Subaru WRX.