At our HQ in Philadelphia, PA, The Color Run is getting some Mitsubishi love this weekend.
Showing off your tech-laden custom ride could help fund a cure for childhood cancers at the inaugural Penn State car show fundraiser for THON.
Whoa! Check out what happened to this poor, unsuspecting Nissan LEAF driver.
As part of the Clarion Builds project, Clarion partnered with Pandora for a custom channel designed to help you groove to while you work and then play.
She Rides is an app-based taxi service that purports to be more woman-friendly because the cabbies are women. Except, there are barely any women cabbies.
Hublot’s special NYC Taxi edition King Power 692 Bang wristwatch is an uber-exclusive — and likely uber-expensive — way for cabbies to tell the time.
Jay Blake’s Follow a Dream Racing team is in a three-way tie for third place in the NHRA Eastern region. What makes that amazing? Jay is blind.
Audi is supporting a number of Television Academy events celebrating the 66th Emmy Awards. Prepare to be bombarded by Audis during the Primetime Emmys.
Just as I was enjoying my own Rockford marine speakers and can vouch for the quality, I got the heads-up on Rockford’s latest concert sponsorship. A little 90s Rock action to not Sully the experience. And that’d be Godsmack’s Sully. Rockford Fosgate announced it is once again the official audio sponsor of the Rockstar more »
Let’s say it now: We like the new exterior and improved technology of the redesigned-for-2014 Nissan Rogue, but there are things we’re not crazy about, too.
Now that is an expensive light fixture! On the shores of Greenpoint, Brooklyn is an odd sight: 28 Audi A8s in shipping containers with the front door off showing off their near-laser LED headlights.
Usually we talk about smartphone integration within the vehicle, not while purchasing a vehicle! One thing is certain: Consumers are wising up to the typical pitfalls of predatory dealerships thanks to smartphones — and predatory dealerships are becoming a dying breed.
In a study through Placed, Inc. comissioned by Cars.com, the company learned some cool takeaways. The study examined survey response and location data from more than 500 participants following visits to automotive dealerships, through the Placed smartphone app. Here are some of the findings: