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  • 2019 Ford Ranger First Test: Old Dogs and New Tricks

    2019 Ford Ranger First Test: Old Dogs and New Tricks

    That out of the way, the 2019 Ranger isn’t all bad. Some enthusiasts scoffed when Ford announced the only U.S. engine would be the 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbo-four, but Ford made the right call. Turbo lag is nearly nonexistent, and the low- to midrange torque makes the truck feel quicker than it is. Whether daily driving […] More

  • 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison First Drive: Spirit Animal

    2019 Mazda CX-3 First Test: Fun-Sized Urbanite

    “Is it an SUV or a car?” That’s the first question you’ll get from people who notice the refreshed 2019 Mazda CX-3’s svelte exterior. As with many subcompact crossovers, the CX-3 is essentially a hatchback with body cladding and a suspension that’s been raised ever so slightly. Mazda’s rugged city dweller puts style and fun […] More

  • NOVITEC Ferrari 812 Superfast

    Novitec Ferrari 812 Superfast Revealed

    The Ferrari 812 Superfast has been in the market for a little over a year now. It is a highly sought after car with long waiting times and rumours of a production run that is entirely sold out. Novitec have only recently managed to get their hands on one. The Novitec 812 Superfast has officially […] More

  • Report: Next BMW 1 Series, Mercedes A-class May Share a Platform

    Report: Next BMW 1 Series, Mercedes A-class May Share a Platform

    BMW and Mercedes-Benz may be fierce rivals, but apparently, they could be willing to put aside that rivalry if there’s enough money on the line. No, they won’t be merging into one company. But according to the latest rumor, the two German automakers plan to co-develop a new platform for their small cars. Germany’s Handelsblatt reports that […] More

  • Hyundai has created the ‘world’s first multi-collision airbag system’

    Hyundai has created the ‘world’s first multi-collision airbag system’

    Around 30 percent of car accidents involve multiple collisions, a reality that prompted Hyundai to develop what it claims is the world’s first airbag capable of deploying in a multi-impact traffic accident. The post Hyundai has created the ‘world’s first multi-collision airbag system’ appeared first on Digital Trends. Read The Original Article Here More

  • The 2020 GMC Sierra HD Adds Luxury and Loses That Face

    The 2020 GMC Sierra HD Adds Luxury and Loses That Face

    Truck YeahThe trucks are good!   This giant hellbeast of a truck is basically the same as the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD that launched late last year, but it doesn’t have that godawful face. You know what I mean. Meet the new GMC Sierra HD, which on looks alone is the big General Motors truck you […] More

  • Digger Driver Smashes Hotel Lobby Reportedly Over Not Being Paid For Work

    Digger Driver Smashes Hotel Lobby Reportedly Over Not Being Paid For Work

    Police are still looking for the driver of the digger in a now-viral video, smashing up the lobby of a freshly-finished Travelodge in the UK, reportedly over not being paid for £600 worth of work. Please take in the absolute symphony of heavy accents in this video, shot in Liverpool yesterday. “That’s what happens when […] More

  • Say goodbye to snow with a heated driveway

    Say goodbye to snow with a heated driveway

    Say goodbye to snow with a heated driveway. Heated driveway systems from WarmlyYours make shoveling snow a thing of the past. The system works by directly embedding heating coils into asphalt or concrete. Cover your entire driveway or just a portion. Heating mat coils are rolled out. Asphalt is layered over coils and gently paved. […] More

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    Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Breaks Records With $131.6 Million in Total Sales

    Barrett-Jackson has claimed its largest-grossing Scottsdale auction in the company’s history this year, raking in a total of $131.6 million in vehicle and memorabilia sales over the week-long auction. Over 1,800 vehicles traded hands, representing more than $118 million and a sell-through rate of over 99 percent, helped along by Barrett-Jackson’s no-reserve policy on most […] More

  • Top 10 Sales from Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019 Auction

    Top 10 Sales from Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2019 Auction

    Barrett-Jackson has claimed its largest-grossing Scottsdale auction in the company’s history this year, raking in a total of $131.6 million in vehicle and memorabilia sales over the weeklong event. More than 1,800 vehicles traded hands, representing more than $118 million and a sell-through rate surpassing 99 percent, helped along by Barrett-Jackson’s no-reserve policy on most lots. At […] More

  • Here's a Close-Ish Look at a New Tesla Knockoff On-Sale in China

    Here’s a Close-Ish Look at a New Tesla Knockoff On-Sale in China

    There were nearly 500 electric carmakers in China when we last counted over the summer, and surely well over 500 by now. One of them is Xpeng, maker of this (somewhat convincing) Tesla Model X knockoff, called the G3. Here’s the first in-person video close-up I’ve seen of it. The G3 has many similarities to […] More

  • 2020 GMC Sierra HD Debuts: Huge Grille, Huge Capability

    2020 GMC Sierra HD Debuts: Huge Grille, Huge Capability

    If the latest GMC Sierra 1500’s gigantic, in-your-face grille has you yearning for more, wait until late summer, when the heavy-duty version of the all-new pickup truck comes to market with a longer wheelbase, the six-function MultiPro tailgate, an optional 6.6-liter Duramax diesel rated for 910 pound-feet of torque, and, yes, a massive grille. The […] More

  • 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 Heavy Duty revealed: Tech-focused towing machine

    2020 GMC Sierra 2500 Heavy Duty revealed: Tech-focused towing machine

    Trucks are designed to work and the 2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty lineup has a laser focus on towing. Unveiled Tuesday, the 2020 GMC Sierra HD family of pickup trucks is larger with more chrome, more lights, and more tech than before. 2020 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty Built to haul Hauling—whether it’s a trailer, boat, […] More

  • 2019 Ram 1500 Review

    2019 Ram 1500 Review

    The Ram isn’t the most powerful, spacious, or affordable of the light-duty, full-size pickup herd, but a modestly equipped version walks all over rivals in terms of ride quality, technology, and cabin comfort. The post 2019 Ram 1500 Review appeared first on Digital Trends. Read The Original Article Here More

  • Aston Martin Valkyrie with AMR Track Performance Pack Stirling Green and Lime livery 3

    AMR Track Performance Pack Takes Aston Martin Valkyrie Beyond Ultimate

    With a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 that makes 1,000 hp at a screaming 10,500 rpm and ground-effect aerodynamics honed by Formula 1 design genius Adrian Newey that deliver its own weight in downforce at 120 mph, you’d think the $3 million-plus Aston Martin Valkyrie would have a the “ultimate” bit nailed in terms of describing […] More

  • Lamborghini Huracán Evo Review: It Freaking Rips

    Lamborghini Huracán Evo Review: It Freaking Rips

    There’s no denying the snarl of the Lamborghini Huracán’s V-10, an unrepentantly vicious 5.2-liter powerhouse that, having first appeared in the 2003 Gallardo, remains a stirring artifact from the era of high-revving, naturally aspirated supercars. While it and the Huracán may seem anachronistically analog against the increasingly digitally enhanced competition from Woking and Maranello, the […] More

  • Comment Of The Day: The Next Big Thing Edition

    Comment Of The Day: The Next Big Thing Edition

    Some say the new four-cylinder engine in the Chevrolet Silverado isn’t “good” enough, or specifically that it sucks at getting the advertised fuel economy. But what if there was a different way? What if there was… a better way? Read more… Read The Original Article Here More

  • First 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Sells for $1.1 Million

    First 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Sells for $1.1 Million

    The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 doesn’t go on sale until the fall, but the first copy has already been sold: VIN 001 was hammered at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, for a cool $1.1 million. Edsel B. Ford II and Aaron Shelby, grandson of Carroll Shelby, introduced the GT500 onto the block. […] More

  • Lego 2019 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss

    This 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is Made From 334,000 Lego Bricks

    It’s no running-and-driving Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron, but Chevy‘s life-size 2019 Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss made entirely of Lego bricks is one impressive project. Built as part of the brand’s partnership with The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, and in cooperation with Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary school in Detroit through the school’s A World in […] More

  • Here’s How Alex Zanardi Drives A Race Car Without Legs

    Here’s How Alex Zanardi Drives A Race Car Without Legs

    Alex Zanardi is a multi-gold medal-winning Paralympian, a two-time CART champion, and had a special edition of the Acura NSX named precisely after him. And due to a racing crash years ago, he lives without legs. This is how he drives a race car. Double Amputee Racing Badass Alex Zanardi Will Do The 2019 24 […] More

  • Vibrating Astronauts’ Legs Could Keep Their Bones Strong

    Vibrating Astronauts’ Legs Could Keep Their Bones Strong

    In Your Bones When astronauts are in space, the reduced gravity means their bones don’t have to carry as heavy of a load as they do on Earth. This can lead to a loss of bone density that can affect the astronaut throughout their lifetime, increasing their risk of breaking bones as they grow older. Now, […] More

  • Richard Hammond says electric cars can be fun, excited for the future

    Richard Hammond says electric cars can be fun, excited for the future

    Scene from ‘The Grand Tour’ season three with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May As technology promises more changes in the automotive industry than perhaps ever before, Richard Hammond sees reason for excitement. Speaking to Road & Track in a Tuesday report, “The Grand Tour” host said he’s not “remotely wary” of the future […] More

  • BMW and Daimler reportedly in talks over self-driving car partnership

    BMW and Daimler reportedly in talks over subcompact, self-driving car partnership

    2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback and 2018 BMW i3 Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler is already partnered with BMW Group in the area of mobility, with the two German auto giants last month having received regulatory approval to merge their various mobility divisions into a single joint-venture company. Now the two are reportedly in talks over partnering […] More

  • The 10 Best Deals of January 22, 2019

    The 10 Best Deals of January 22, 2019

    Best Deals of the DayThe best deals from around the web, updated daily.    We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today. Tuesday’s Best Deals: iPad Pro, Smart Scale, Uggs, Samsung TV, and More Samsung’s 65″ QLED TV, Amazon Fire HD 8, and […] More

  • Why You Car Needs Shock Absorbers

    Why You Car Needs Shock Absorbers

    You may or may not know this already, but shock absorbers are good. They help to keep your car from leaping into the air like a startled cat when it goes over bumps. And if you don’t have absorbers—well, you’re in for a ride that’s either incredibly uncomfortable or incredibly hilarious. I still can’t decide […] More

  • 2019 Mercedes Benz A Class 82

    BMW and Mercedes-Benz may Join Forces to Build new Small Cars

    BMW and Mercedes-Benz may be fierce rivals, but apparently, they could be willing to put aside that rivalry if there’s enough money on the line. No, they won’t be merging into one company. But according to the latest rumor, the two German automakers plan to co-develop a new platform for their small cars. Germany’s Handelsblatt reports that […] More

  • Ford Transit Custom Nugget Camper Is Really Neat

    Ford Transit Custom Nugget Camper Is Really Neat

    Check out this nifty Nugget! The Ford Transit Nugget camper is a camper conversion developed with the wizards at Westfalia, who you probably know for their work with VW vans. Various generations of Transit Nugget have been available in Europe for a while, but the latest made its debut recently at the Brussels motor show […] More

  • 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition 1

    The Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition is All Sold Out

    Remember those Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition cars announced last month? Well, if you snoozed, you losed—er, lost—as all 80 suicide-door-equipped examples being built for the 2019 model year are now sold out. Each of the stretched luxury sedans with reverse-hinged rear doors were priced at just over $110,000 a pop, or about $30,000 more than the […] More

  • We Found the Worst Mitsubishi Evo

    We Found the Worst Mitsubishi Evo

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIIIs in decent condition can be found on Craigslist all day long for upwards of $10,000, but how often does a perfectly beat-to-shit, single-owner example surface? Yeah, this is one rare bird. This Evo, with an asking price of $7,300, has damage all around its body, heavily faded paint, has a cable-tied […] More

  • Scientists Kept Rats Sober by Deleting Memories of Cocaine

    Scientists Kept Rats Sober by Deleting Memories of Cocaine

    Drug Rats Once a drug addiction takes hold, staying clean can be just as hard as getting clean in the first place — as many as 70 percent of cocaine users relapse within 90 days. Now, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh think they’ve found a way to prevent relapse that sounds like a side plot in “Eternal Sunshine […] More

  • Rain reportedly confuses Waymo self-driving cars

    Rain reportedly confuses Waymo self-driving cars

    Waymo self-driving car It appears precipitation is enough to require the human back-up driver to take control in a Waymo self-driving car. According to a report from The Verge, rain was one of a few factors that prevented Waymo’s self-driving car from carrying out its autonomous duties. The insight came from one of just a […] More

  • Elon Musk Offers to Help Dig CERN's New Particle Collider Tunnel

    Elon Musk Offers to Help Dig CERN’s New Particle Collider Tunnel

    The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) plans to put the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to shame with its proposed, significantly larger Future Circular Collider — and Elon Musk wants to help make it a reality. Because, you know, building electric cars, digging massive underground tunnels in the U.S., selling flamethrowers, and landing rockets vertically […] More

  • BMW South Africa Take on Historic Restoration Project

    BMW South Africa Take on Historic Restoration Project

    These days the 5 Series is most likely to be associated with the morning commute. Three decades ago, in the mid-1907’s though, it was a competent Touring car. It’s status was such that BMW even produced a South Africa only, road homologised version in the form of the BMW 530 Motorsport Limited Edition. The BMW […] More

  • Climate Experts Target Unlimited Autobahn, German Gov't Flips Out

    Climate Experts Target Unlimited Autobahn, German Gov’t Flips Out

    The debate over ending the de-restricted sections of Germany’s Autobahn highways is a lot like the gun debate here in America. A new fight between climate experts and the government that commissioned their report is as good an example of that as any. Thenews in America is that Germany could lose its famous (or infamous) […] More

  • New Carbon Capture System Generates Electricity by Sucking up CO2

    New Carbon Capture System Generates Electricity by Sucking up CO2

    Carbon Capture When vehicles and power plants burn fossil fuels, they release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere — trapping energy from the Sun and warming the planet. Some researchers have suggested that the world could fight climate change by investing in machines that capture carbon from the air. A practical solution remains years away, but researchers in South […] More

  • Ford GR-1 Concept

    Superformance may stuff Shelby GT500’s supercharged V-8 in production GR-1

    Ford GR-1 Concept Earlier this month, we rejoiced as Superformance said it obtained official licensing rights from Ford to produce the 2004 Shelby GR-1 concept. Now, we have potential new details on one version of the production car’s powertrain. According to a report from Robb Report last Wednesday, Superformance CEO Lance Stander hinted the production GR-1 […] More

  • 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody 18

    Next-Gen Dodge Challenger Will Probably Be a Hybrid

    On paper, Dodge‘s Charger and Challenger look hilariously outdated. Put your foot down behind the wheel of the 797-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, though, and you probably won’t care. Big power is fun, and it always will be. But as fuel economy requirements get stricter, how can high-performance Challengers survive? Most likely by going hybrid. When […] More

  • You Can Take Amtrak Across the Country for Free if You're Good With Social Media

    You Can Take Amtrak Across the Country for Free if You’re Good With Social Media

    Amtrak is reintroducing free ride residencies for people who have a special knack for social media—and they swear they don’t mean “influencers.” Traveling by train makes the transition from one place to another one of the most important aspects of your journey; there’s actually time and opportunity to observe the changing landscape around you, walk […] More

  • Waymo Gets Approval to Open Driverless Car Factory in Michigan

    Waymo Gets Approval to Open Driverless Car Factory in Michigan

    Driverless in Michigan Alphabet-owned driverless car company Waymo has received approval from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to build an autonomous vehicle factory in the state. In a Medium post, Waymo claims its factory will be the first in the world that’s entirely dedicated to the mass production of driverless vehicles. The company has yet to identify an […] More

  • Porsche Is Smart for Making the 2020 911 Hybrid-Ready

    Porsche Is Smart for Making the 2020 911 Hybrid-Ready

    Through all of the back and forth rumors of the new Porsche 911 going hybrid, I finally got a chance to sit down with Porsche itself to get a straight yes or no answer. And that answer is technically yes, there can be a hybrid 911. The stage is set for one, anyway. During a […] More

  • FCA CEO: Dodge Challenger Needs Electrification to Survive

    FCA CEO: Dodge Challenger Needs Electrification to Survive

    On paper, Dodge’s Charger and Challenger seem hilariously outdated given their pushrod engines and aging platforms. Put your foot down behind the wheel of the 797-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, though, and you probably won’t care. Big power is big fun, and it always will be. But as fuel-economy requirements get stricter, how can high-performance Challengers survive? […] More

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