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Bob Lutz Thinks Corvette Should Be a Brand

Former General Motors vice chairman and product development bigwig Bob Lutz has always had lots to say about the Chevrolet Corvette, and advanced age hasn’t diminished his enthusiasm for the model and its potential.

California Maintains Obama-era Emissions Rules in Affront to Trump’s EPA

California has green-lit light-vehicle pollution targets that the Trump administration has placed under review.

The Honda Civic Si’s Leaked Torque Rating Beats the Base Accord, at Least

Honda isn’t one to dish details on a new product miles ahead of a debut, but information has a way of springing leaks.

Autonomous Vehicle Legislation Could be Modeled After Vaccines

Every time we write an article about autonomous vehicles, our comments section is quickly populated with discourse over how litigation would be handled in the event of a crash.

Volkswagen’s Diesel Fix has European Customers Wishing They Hadn’t Bothered

Volkswagen’s U.S. diesel woes have consumed most of the oxygen in the room for the past year and a half, but Europe has its own issues with the automaker’s emissions-spewing powerplants.

Retro Comparo: 1992 Honda Prelude Si vs. 1992 Acura Integra GS-R

Tyson Hugie is my hero. My Phoenix friend recently purchased a small house with a seven-car garage, the better to store his five 1990s-era Acuras along with his 2013 Acura ILX.

Study: Using Satellite Navigation Shuts Down Parts of Your Brain

A new study suggests drivers who follow GPS directions regularly do not engage their hippocampus, highly limiting the development of an internal map and making them more dependent on navigation devices. We’ve all heard accounts of London cabbies with juicy, swollen central lobes, stemming from the requisite training and memorization of city streets and landmarks.

Chevrolet’s Early Choice for an Equinox Redesign Was a Real Dog: Report

To say the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox is an important model for General Motors is to downplay the importance of the crucial compact crossover segment.

2004 Toyota Camry LE V6 Update: Make It 13 Winters and 347,000 Miles

Is this the best car in the world? Not necessarily this car, but the 2002-2006 XV30-generation Toyota Camry in general.

QOTD: What’s Your Favourite Automotive Marketing Campaign?

Last week, Jack opined it’s high time a certain American nameplate needs to start leading itself with marketing — brash, notice-it-even-if-you-don’t-want-to marketing — instead of by the short leash provided when one tries engineering their way into the hearts and wallets of American consumers.

Junkyard Find: 1987 Plymouth Caravelle Turbo SE Sedan

As recently as five years ago, you could get a good sense of the width and height of the Chrysler K-Car family tree by just walking the rows of a big American self-service wrecking yard.

McLaren Sells Out Of $2.5M ‘Hyper-GT’ Before Production Begins

McLaren has sold out of all 106 examples of its three-seater, $2.5 million ‘Hyper-GT’ – and the supercar has yet to be put into production.

Self Driving Uber Crashes In Arizona, Company Halts Pilot Program

Uber’s infamously embattled autonomous car division took another hit Saturday after one of its self-driving Volvo XC90 test cars was involved in an accident in Tempe, Arizona.

Elon Musk Clarifies Tesla Model 3 Won’t Outperform Model S

Tesla founder Elon Musk recently cleared the air in regards to the automaker’s upcoming Model 3 sedan, telling his Twitter followers the more budget friendly Tesla won’t outperform the Model S.

Audi Axes The Sport Quattro Concept

The Audi Sport Quattro Concept, which served as a homage to the original Audi Quattro of Group B rallying fame, won’t make it to production after all.

Freaky Friday: Russians Just Know How to Have a Good Time, Period

Maybe it’s the cold, the dodgy economy, or lingering memories of decades spent lining up for milk. Whatever the motivation, Russians don’t seem to need the latest and greatest high-tech gadget to help them pass the time.

Mercedes-Benz is in Dutch With China’s Chery Over its EQ Brand Name

China’s Chery Automobile Company has filed a formal complaint against Daimler AG over is usage of “EQ” as designation for an upcoming lineup of Mercedes-Benz electric cars.

Chevrolet Corvette May Get Active Aerodynamics System, Patents Reveal

General Motors has filed a patent application for an innovative active aerodynamics system that may find its way into forthcoming C7 Corvette variant.

Eastern Promises: ‘Buick Volt’ Ready to Tempt Chinese Greenies

Badge-engineered bliss awaits environmentally conscious General Motors buyers in China. Announced today, the Buick Velite 5 range-extended electric vehicle will soon launch in the car-hungry marketplace, but Americans might recognize it as something else.

SUV Popularity Isn’t Exclusive to North America; Crossovers are now 25 Percent of Europe’s Market

Europe always seemed like a safe haven for the sort of car lover who turns up their nose over North America’s obsession with the sport utility vehicle.


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