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  • Handheld CRISPR Device Diagnoses Genetic Disease in 15 Minutes

    Handheld CRISPR Device Diagnoses Genetic Disease in 15 Minutes

    Standardized Testing To help make genetic screening easier and more accessible, scientists built a handheld device that uses CRISPR gene-editing technology to scan for mutations much more easily than existing labs can. The device, which Keck Graduate Institute bioengineer Kiana Aran told Futurism looks a bit like a blood glucose monitor, can analyze a purified DNA […] More

  • 2020 Chevrolet Corvette (C8) spy shots and video

    What’s the point of the mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette?

    The mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette might be the single worst kept secret in automotive history. Set to debut in 2019, the eighth-generation Corvette, known as the C8, will be a mid-engine supercar. That’s a monumental shift from every production Corvette made in the last 66 years. Why, what’s the point? 2020 Chevrolet Corvette (C8) spy […] More

  • Evelozcity changes name to Canoo as it readies first EV for 2021

    Tesla service, Faraday Future lifeline, EV sales, Canoo: Today’s Car News

    Teaser for Canoo concepts In an effort to speed up wait times at its service centers, Tesla is eliminating regular annual service visits for its cars. Canada is planning on launching its first nationwide tax credit for electric cars. A new report estimates that by 2030, almost 70 percent of new cars sold in the […] More

  • New Special Projects car imagines a modern-day Sports Prototype

    New Special Projects car imagines a modern-day Sports Prototype

    Ferrari no longer competes at the highest levels of sports car racing, though some of the company’s most famous cars today were sports prototypes that dominated at events like the 24 Hours of Le Mans and 12 Hours of Sebring. We’re talking cars like the 250 P and utterly gorgeous 330 P3/P4 of the 1960s. […] More

  • Tesla Is Now Building Cars With Hardware For “Full Self-Driving”

    Tesla Is Now Building Cars With Hardware For “Full Self-Driving”

    “Full Self-Driving” According to a Tesla vehicle inventory data website, Tesla is installing a system called Hardware 3 (HW3) in its cars that will enable “Full Self-Driving” capabilities. Tesla news site Teslarati made the discovery — which could represent a major step up from the latest iteration of the company’s Autopilot feature. A New Chip Hardware 3 is supposed to finally […] More

  • The All-Wheel Drive 2019 Mazda 3 Is the Only Mazda 3 You Should Buy

    The All-Wheel Drive 2019 Mazda 3 Is the Only Mazda 3 You Should Buy

    Jalopnik ReviewsAll of our test drives in one convenient place.   The 2019 Mazda 3 is already smoother and quieter than the previous generation, but, for the first time, it also comes with an all-wheel drive variant. Should you spend some extra cash to send power to all four wheels now? Yes, you absolutely should. The […] More

  • Ferrari’s Incredible One-Off P80/C Track Hero Took 4 Years To Build

    Ferrari’s Incredible One-Off P80/C Track Hero Took 4 Years To Build

    Built using a 488 GT3 racer as a starting point, the P80/C is an incredible insight into just how detailed Ferrari can get with its bespoke projects… Take a moment to simply stare at the Ferrari P80/C, a one-off and track-only racer with all the aero and a pared-back cabin to die for. It’s a […] More

  • Faraday Future ends dispute with key investor

    Faraday Future gets new money from gaming company to build in China, and the US

    Faraday Future FF91 prototype The shame of Faraday Future’s financial struggles is that it has what looks to be a viable new electric car, not just on paper, but ready to roll on the road—in prototype form—that may never actually make it to market. On Sunday, the company revealed a new joint venture with a […] More

  • Fighting an Electric Vehicle Fire Is Still a New and Dangerous Concept

    Fighting an Electric Vehicle Fire Is Still a New and Dangerous Concept

     When an electric car catches fire, you can’t treat it like an internal combustion car. You need a lot more water and you can’t store the car afterwards in a similar manner, either. Dealing with EV fires is something that more and more firefighters are going to have to learn as the number of these […] More

  • We May Have Already Reached 'Peak Tesla'

    We May Have Already Reached ‘Peak Tesla’

    Tesla isn’t doing so hot, the United Automobile Workers is going after opioid addiction, Fiat Chrysler is mulling mergers, and much more for The Morning Shift of Monday, March 25, 2019. 1st Gear: Tesla’s Raising Some Prices, and Could Soon Be in a World of Hurt CEO Elon Musk tweeted some news yesterday, as he […] More

  • Audi e-tron electric SUV buyers can leave the charger installation to Amazon

    In 2030, gasoline will still power 7 out of 10 new U.S. vehicles

    2019 Audi e-tron first drive – Abu Dhabi UAE, December 2018 Given the daily churn of electric-car announcements, major manufacturing investments, and battery supply-chain news, it could be a little hard to understand one reality-check projection: that even in 2030, a solid majority of vehicles sold could still burn fossil fuel. Last week, LMC Automotive, […] More

  • Evelozcity changes name to Canoo as it readies first EV for 2021

    Evelozcity changes name to Canoo as it readies first EV for 2021

    Evelozcity, an electric car startup based in Los Angeles and formed by ex-Faraday Future staff, announced Monday that it has changed its name to Canoo. The odd name was picked because of its connection with the word “canoe,” which the company hopes will conjure up thoughts of both relaxation and movement in customer minds. Canoo […] More

  • This $9 Magnetic Mat Makes Small Gadget Repairs Infinitely Easier

    This $9 Magnetic Mat Makes Small Gadget Repairs Infinitely Easier

    Best Tech DealsThe best tech deals from around the web, updated daily.    Keeping track of screws when you’re building IKEA furniture is hard enough. When you’re repairing an iPhone or a PC though, and the screws are roughly the size of a tick that you wouldn’t notice attached to your arm for several days, […] More

  • Here Is Your Mega Gallery From IndyCar's First-Ever Race Weekend in Austin

    Here Is Your Mega Gallery From IndyCar’s First-Ever Race Weekend in Austin

    IndyCar finally made its way to Austin, Texas, and gave fans at Circuit of The Americas a damn fine show. Rookie Colton Herta became the youngest winner in series history, we threw a badass party that Mario Andretti came to, and Stadium Super Trucks substantially improved the lives of many. Colton Herta Becomes Youngest-Ever IndyCar […] More

  • 2020 Chevrolet Corvette (C8) spy shots and video

    2020 Chevrolet Corvette (C8) spy shots and video

    Prototypes for what’s almost certain to be a mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette have been spotted, and the latest testers are wearing the least camouflage gear we’ve seen yet. In fact, most of the new car’s final details can be seen. The prototypes are thought to be a next-generation C8 Corvette due out this summer as a […] More

  • Tesla Model 3 Mid Range misses $35,000 target by $9,000 even after price cut

    Canada plans its first nationwide EV tax credit

    Tesla Model 3 bought [Photo by reader AH] Just as President Trump is threatening to eliminate the plug-in vehicle tax credit in the U.S. through his latest budget proposal, Canada is planning to implement its first nationwide tax credit for buyers of electric cars—one that may not apply to Tesla vehicles. Last summer, Tesla sales […] More

  • The Bright Light Social Hour -- 'Darling You'

    The Bright Light Social Hour — 'Darling You'

    Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. Read more… Read The Original Article Here More

  • Amazon Is Taking Up to 50% Off Levi's Jeans, Jackets and More

    Amazon Is Taking Up to 50% Off Levi’s Jeans, Jackets and More

    For today only, Amazon is lowering the price on a number of Levi’s jeans, jackets and accessories, for both men and women. Whether you’re looking to add a jean jacket to your repertoire, or replace your jeans with that unsightly hole with a new pair with a fashionable hole, this sale will likely have you […] More

  • At $2,600, Is This 1997 Ford Probe GT Something You Might Look Into?

    At $2,600, Is This 1997 Ford Probe GT Something You Might Look Into?

    Nice Price Or Crack PipeIs this used car a good deal? You decide!   Ford’s Probe was originally intended to be the company’s first FWD Mustang. That potential travesty was ultimately averted, but could paying the asking for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe GT prove to be another? Going by the book is a good […] More

  • Tesla Model 3 reliability, Bill Gates, California fast lanes: The Week in Reverse

    Tesla eliminates annual service, keeps some periodic maintenance

    2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance Electric cars are supposed to be more reliable than internal combustion models. Certainly, they have a lot fewer moving parts and need a lot less lubrication. Yet Tesla, like most corner auto dealerships, has made money selling extended service plans for annual maintenance on its cars, sometimes mandatory. With hundreds […] More

  • Ford readying Shelby GT500-powered F-150 Raptor to challenge Ram Rebel TRX?

    Ford readying Shelby GT500-powered F-150 Raptor to challenge Ram Rebel TRX?

    Ford may have an answer to the 1500 Rebel TRX being cooked up by Ram. The pickup gods must be pleased as multiple sources have confirmed to Car and Driver that the Blue Oval is readying an F-150 Raptor powered by the same engine fitted to the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500. We’re talking a 5.2-liter […] More

  • A Lamborghini Huracan Has Been Badly Binned At A Supercar Meet

    A Lamborghini Huracan Has Been Badly Binned At A Supercar Meet

    Some supercar owners just get carried away with all their good fortune, like the owner of this UK-registered Lamborghini that ends up an almost certain write-off The saying goes that there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. But we’d like to add a third pillar to that, involving the sad inevitability of […] More

  • The Engine Propelling the Fastest Woman on Four Wheels

    The Engine Propelling the Fastest Woman on Four Wheels

    This hypnotic whirl of metal is the afterburner of a General Electric J79 axial-flow turbojet engine—the same engine used on F-4 Phantom jets, made by McDonnell Aircraft during the Vietnam War. But this one is mounted in the North American Eagle, a 56-foot-long supersonic aircraft turned racing car. Six years ago, the engine got a […] More

  • Aston Martin previews DBS GT Zagato, will sell it with DB4 GT Zagato continuation car

    Aston Martin previews DBS GT Zagato, will sell it with DB4 GT Zagato continuation car

    Italian design house and coachbuilder Zagato turns 100 this year and is celebrating by working with one of its closest partners throughout the years: Aston Martin. The two are collaborating on the new DBS GT Zagato supercar based on the DBS Superleggera, several teaser shots for which were released on Monday. The teasers hint at […] More

  • Geneva Motor Show 2019

    All 125 Koenigsegg Jesko Sold Out in Days

    The Koenigsegg Jesko was announced only a few weeks ago at the Geneva Motor Show 2019. Koenigsegg plans to produce 125 as part of a limited production run beginning in 2021. Until that time, there is plenty to do by way of development. One thing Koenigsegg don’t need to think about is customers! The Koenigsegg […] More

  • A Next-Gen Toyota 86 is In the Works; Probably Co-Developed with Subaru

    A Next-Gen Toyota 86 is In the Works; Probably Co-Developed with Subaru

    After months of speculation and reports that contradicted one another, it appears that a new Toyota 86 is in the works and it will again be the fruit of a collaboration between Toyota and Subaru which all but confirms that a new BRZ is around the corner as well. Now, the news comes from the […] More

  • Jaguar J-Pace coming in 2021 on platform shared with next Range Rover

    Jaguar J-Pace coming in 2021 on platform shared with next Range Rover

    Jaguar is forging ahead with plans to expand its lineup and the next addition is likely to be another SUV. The British automaker is known to be working on a so-called J-Pace to target the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz GLE in the mid-size luxury SUV segment, and Autocar reported on Monday that the vehicle is […] More

  • Donut Media Goes Deep With Tesla: Video

    Donut Media Goes Deep With Tesla: Video

    If you went up to me 20 years ago and told me that electric cars would eventually become some of the quickest, sexiest vehicles on the planet, I would have asked what you were smoking and why weren’t you sharing. But oh how things have changed. Now the calendar says it’s 2019, and the appeal […] More

  • Watch and Listen as this Insane Triple-Rotor Mazda RX-7 Demolishes a Hill Climb: Video

    Watch and Listen as this Insane Triple-Rotor Mazda RX-7 Demolishes a Hill Climb: Video

    The third-generation FD Mazda RX-7 is unquestionably one of the greatest Japanese sports cars ever built. Not only is it an exceptionally pretty thing to look at, but thanks to its low weight, faultless chassis tuning, and compact dimensions, it’s epic to drive as well. And of course, you can’t forget to mention the RX-7’s […] More

  • The World Is a Better Place Thanks to Stadium Super Trucks

    The World Is a Better Place Thanks to Stadium Super Trucks

    Race cars are boring. Trucks with tons of horsepower, loads of suspension travel, and the ability to take on any surface with ease are the racing machines you didn’t know you needed in your life. Please get acquainted with Stadium Super Trucks. Robby Gordon made the old Ivan “Ironman” Stewart’s Super Off Road Nintendo game […] More

  • An 18-Year-Old Just Won An IndyCar Race

    An 18-Year-Old Just Won An IndyCar Race

    Aged 18 years and 359 days old, Colton Herta – son of former IndyCar driver Bryan Herta – beat the record for youngest winner previously held by Graham Rahal, who was 19 years and 93 days old when he won on debut in St Petersburg in 2008. It was also just Herta’s third race – […] More

  • Dodge Built a Widebody Charger Because That's Just What It Does

    Dodge Built a Widebody Charger Because That’s Just What It Does

    Rumors of a widebody Charger sedan being seen on the streets seem to have been accurate, as Dodge finally showed the car in public. The Widebody Charger was displayed during SoCal LX Spring Fest, a festival that is, you guessed it, all about LX-chassis MoPars. Technically FCA is calling the car a “concept” but it […] More

  • Thanks for Partying With Jalopnik, IndyCar and Mario Andretti on Saturday Night!

    Thanks for Partying With Jalopnik, IndyCar and Mario Andretti on Saturday Night!

    Since IndyCar at Circuit of The Americas for the first time gave us a reason to celebrate—as if we need much of one, anyway—your fellow Jalopnik readers, writers, IndyCar fans, drivers and others met up at a bar in Austin on Saturday night. There were drinks. There was free stuff. Mario Andretti attended. And, because […] More

  • Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche Macan S

    Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Porsche Macan S

    The Macan might be a small Porsche SUV but it still shares at least small amount of Porsche 911 DNA. For 2020, Porsche has completed its mid-cycle update to the Macan lineup by introducing the latest styling over to the Macan S. Of course, not a lot changed on the outside, but the S now […] More

  • There Is Nothing Stopping You From Buying This Weird Zagato Nissan

    There Is Nothing Stopping You From Buying This Weird Zagato Nissan

    Don’t look it directly in the eyes. Nobody knows exactly what will happen if you do, but it’s definitely bad. This 1990 Nissan Autech Zagato Stelvio is already angry, and it might just body slam you into the floor if it thinks you’re disrespecting it. It’s put up with nasty remarks about its aesthetic deficiencies […] More

  • The Lamborghini LM002 is the One True Supertruck

    The Lamborghini LM002 is the One True Supertruck

    There have only been a handful of SUVs with 12 cylinder engines. Bentley’s Bentayga has a W12, of course, as did VW’s Touareg for a while. Audi’s Q7 had an optional V12 turbodiesel with a massive 783 ft-lb of torque. And, of course, Mercedes shoved a 12 under the chunky hood of the Gelandewagen. But […] More

  • You Really Need to Watch the Mazda MX5 Cup Race Finish From COTA

    You Really Need to Watch the Mazda MX5 Cup Race Finish From COTA

    A margin of victory of just 0.006 seconds is always an indicator of an incredible race finish. Mazda’s MX5 Cup racing class is a spec racer class with relatively low power, so you expect the finishes to be close, but damn that was an absolute blast to watch. It pays to keep in mind that […] More

  • James May Is Wholesomely Dedicated To Keeping Cars Stock

    James May Is Wholesomely Dedicated To Keeping Cars Stock

    One third of the Grand Tour hosting roster, affable granddad, and punctilious automotive fanatic, James May will be found either annoying or relatable depending on your own predilections. Personally, I find his pedantry borderline endearing, and as I grow older I find myself drifting in a May-ward manner. I hope I don’t ever get this […] More

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