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On Saturday, May 7, at 9:37 a.m., I tapped out the following email to Benson and Chris of the MT test team: “Accelerating up through gears creates an audible chirp from 3 to 4, I think.
Huge curb appeal has always been part of the Chevrolet Camaro’s successful formula, but which design rises above the rest?
Come on, you didn’t really think BMW was just going to leave the X1 alone, right? The long-rumored, inevitable BMW X2 crossover will appear at the Paris Auto Show, according to Autocar.
The ability to vary an engine’s compression ratio has been a “holy grail” quest of engine engineers for decades, because “one size” of compression ratio cannot possibly fit all the operating conditions required of a typical internal combustion-powered vehicle.
$60,000 doesn’t buy what it used to. Drive the 2016 Kia K900 in the newly available V-6 model, and you’ll get way more for your money than first-tier luxury sedans such as the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
Don’t let that familiar looking bodywork fool you. This is not the much-rumored new small sedan reportedly intended to slot in the Porsche lineup under the Panamera.
The Roadkill guys have taken on some daunting projects before, but this one might be their most ambitious yet.
It’s no secret Honda has been considering a Type R version of its NSX supercar. Now, Honda may be readying another sporty model for the Acura stable.
For 2017, the Escape crossover receives significant styling updates that make it look more like its Edge older brother.
Fears of being towed can make you think twice about parking in a questionable spot. But for those few bold, sign-defying individuals who think they can get in and out before the tow truck can haul them away, this video of a car getting towed in under a minute should make them a little more paranoid.
The Porsche 911 range offers a little something for every sports car shopper. You’ve got the 911 Turbo for the buyer who wants an unnecessarily fast grand tourer, the 911 R for the Porsche purist, and the 911 Targa for the nostalgic Porsche fan who wants an open-air driving experience and a unique retro look.
Karma Automotive revealed its “new” car, the Revero, in a video this week. The sedan looks almost identical to the 2012 Fisker Karma, whose timeless design is now paying off.
The Chevrolet Camaro arrived at the pony party two years late and has been playing catch-up almost ever since.
We’ve all driven through the concrete canyons of a downtown area or actual canyons in the wilderness and experienced the frustration of struggling to hear our favorite radio station as its signal bounces around, fading in and out, ghosting itself with a slightly delayed version of its content, or competing with a distant station broadcasting on the same frequency.
The 10th-generation Honda Civic lineup is shaping up to be one of the most diverse ever offered in the U.S.
In the past year or so, researchers have initiated pretty scary hacks to demonstrate vulnerabilities in the Jeep Cherokee and Tesla Model S.
BMW is bringing out a late addition to its 7 Series lineup. The plug-in hybrid version is already in production and goes on sale this month for $90,095, a bit above the $85,495 starting price of the comparable gasoline model.
Tesla’s Autopilot technology has once again come into the spotlight for the wrong reasons after a new crash in China.
The SportWagen is one of the very few station wagons available that hasn’t been converted into a pseudo SUV (well, not yet anyway), and when asked recently what a viable alternative to the SportWagen might be, I struggled to name similar product.
Mazda has got it figured out. The compact CX-5 crossover shows, once again, the Japanese automaker’s ability to transplant the fun-to-drive chip from its cars to its utility vehicles.