GM is pimping a new eight-speed automatic transmission for its full-size trucks, but only for the 6.2-liter V8. Where is the eight-speed gearbox for the V6?
A bidder at Gooding and Company’s Pebble Beach Auction got a one-of-a-kind BMW i8 Concours d’Elegance Edition for the princely sum of $825,000.
The first BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports cars were delivered to some pretty elite customers at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance last week, according to the German automaker.
The guys at Genuine Saab designed an aluminum brace that should make the shift cable in my 9-3 more sturdy, eliminating most of its sluggishness. Does it?
My time with the Porsche Panamera S e-hybrid was very interesting, especially considering it was my first experience with a plug-in hybrid and my first time driving a car that would cost more to replace than my house. As with most first-time experiences, there was a learning curve.
The McLaren P1 GTR was unveiled last week as a “design concept” that, according to the automaker, aims to be the “most track-tailored and most-powerful produced by McLaren Special Operations to date.” Do we wish we could get some track time in one? Of course we do.
Well, we told you so: The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is going to be a real thing. Four doors. Eight cylinders. Eight forward speeds. Seven hundred seven horsepower. And it’ll do the quarter in 11 seconds flat.
In the cute ute category, the Q3 is coming, and the pricing is not bad to start — especially considering its wide array of tech including on-board wifi.
VW will purchase carbon credits to offset emissions associated with production of the VW e-Golf as part of the its “holistic approach to e-mobility.”
Hard to believe the Chevrolet Volt is already due for a reboot, but it is, according to GM, and it will debut at the North American International Auto Show.
I am really excited about the prospects of the entry-level Jaguar XE since it fills the hole left by the X-Type, which I really liked, even though it was basically a Ford Mondeo with prodigious Coventry tuning and a better interior.
Que bella. The Fiat literature promises “a sportier driving experience with AUTOSTICK Shifting and providing as much as 15% better fuel economy (we’ll check that claim that later this week) and lower emissions.” How? By automating a traditional manual transmission. Wow, well what’s not to like? Some caveats: During low speed driving, vehicle momentum changes more »