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There's a Battle Raging Over Who Should Be Allowed to Service Your Car There's a battle being waged over who's allowed to service or modify your car.
A Closer Look at the 2016 Volt's New Tech When Chevy unveiled the thoroughly revamped Volt at the 2015 Detroit auto show, it kept the geekosphere in suspense about the nitty-gritty details of the upgraded powertrain except to say it involved two traction motor/generators and a new double planetary gearset.
No Longer Just Trucks in a Tux "We will solve the problem that you cannot spend more than $160,000 on an SUV," deadpanned Bentley boss Wolfgang Dürheimer about the company's forthcoming Bentayga off-roader.
The Kiinote: Driving the Forester and CR-V in Japan As part of our Sport/Utility of the Year competition, participating automakers agree to provide us with a long-term vehicle, should their SUV win.
A Glimpse into the Near-Term Crystal Ball of Cool Technology Just as the crocus bulbs start to sprout in Detroit each spring, Tier 1 supplier Continental hauls a bunch of auto journalists up to its 540-acre Brimley test facility in Michigan's Upper Peninsula to enjoy the death throes of winter for one more day.
10-city tour offers free drives for adults, too The morning before I was to meet my 16-year-old nephew, Tony, at BMW's Teen Driving School event in Spartanburg, South Carolina, I jolted awake at the sight of a text message from my sister.
There Aren’t Enough Cutaway Engines! We only go to auto shows for one reason: to see cutaway display engines and chassis components.
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Back in Union Jack While I'm more than happy to compile a magazine on the subject of British cars (the May 2015 issue of Motor Trend), I feel less qualified to comment on the current state of British motoring, especially when I can enlist the aid of the most legit Brit I've ever met.
You Name It, I Do It One thing I knew, back before the editors of Motor Trend were kind enough to allow me to do this blog, was that if “Car Salesman Confidential” was to be a success it could not be a monologue.
The Highway Trust Fund is broke and few on Capitol Hill seem to want to do anything about it Katherine Dean was at the wheel of her Chevy Malibu one Tuesday afternoon in February, out running errands in Morningside, Maryland.
Exploring the Potential of a New Fuel Cell Technology At first I was repulsed by the jowly, unsettling appearance of Toyota's Mirai fuel-cell car (pictured below), and then I wondered, is that the desired effect?
But the Track Is Where It Will Need to Prove Itself Upon returning from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, I found myself with more questions than answers about the Ford Focus RS.
Why Car Salesmen Show Disdain for Some Customers The other day I was sitting around talking with a friend in the car business, an older gentleman who has been in finance and insurance (F&I) since the invention of the automobile (I think he may actually have been in the horse & carriage business befo
Bentley's Show-Stopper, and the Chance it Has at Production If it’s possible to have stolen the 2015 Geneva Motor Show before the doors even opened, Bentley might have done it.
Most test drives begin and end peacefully. But occasionally, it's a tale without a happy ending. Most test drives begin and end peacefully.
Future Cars and Odor-Cancellation Tech We car nerds know all about noise cancellation and enhancement.
Fender Audio Systems and Other Car-Guitar Connections It's easily assumed that most of us in the car writing business tend to obsess over wheeled things at the expense of any other hobbies, but I assure you that's not the whole truth.
The New Supra and Toyota's DNA Toyota has a fascinating history when it comes to sports cars. The 2000GT of the 1960s was powered by a Yamaha-developed twin-cam straight-six and styled with enough sex appeal that a topless version -- one of two built -- earned a supporting role in the 007 classic "You Only Live Twice." The original MR2 was a bijou mid-engine Ferrari for the masses, faster than a Porsche 914 and more reliable than a Fiat X1/9.
More Soulful Packaging It shouldn't have worked so well -- but it did, big time. For the 2013 model year, Subaru introduced what basically amounted to a lifted compact hatch with black wheel-arch cladding, roof rails, and distinctive wheels, but crucially, called it an SUV.