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Volkswagen hasn’t introduced a vehicle as revolutionary as the Beetle since, well, the Beetle. In the decades since its 1945 debut, the Beetle has become one of the best-selling and longest-running cars, in terms of production, that the world has ever seen.
Growing up, Legos held a special place in my heart and a special corner in the toy closet. I kept them in one large, white-topped Rubbermaid storage bin (lest my parents find one underfoot at the wrong hour of the morning) and can’t fully fathom how many hours I spent digging through piece after piece to find a color-matching, 2×1-size brick.
The promise of an electric car that can travel a hundred miles, be recharged in three hours (on a 220-volt system), and costs just $15,500 is a tempting proposition for some folks.
The Chevy Colorado can be credited with making midsize trucks in America relevant again. Sure, the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier have been around since the 1990s, but it’s the return of the Colorado, and its twin GMC Canyon, that ignited a new love for smaller pickups.
Poor Tesla. All the company wants to do is change the world with electric cars and sell them in a way that hasn’t been done since the turn of the 20th century.
2017 Jeep Wrangler The Jeep Wrangler is an unlikely success story. For all intents and purposes, the lumbering fuel-thirsty behemoth shouldn’t have lived through the economic crisis and automotive bankruptcies of 2008 and 2009.
Imagine driving across the country with a carload of children. Now imagine doing that twice, every year.
Name two things that are nearly unrecognizable from their humble beginnings. Here are mine: Video games and Kia.
What comes to mind when you hear the term “car battery”? Fifteen years ago, the answer would have been quite obvious.
A car company is in the early stages of building one of the largest structures humanity has ever created.
Mitsubishi doesn’t make the news cycle very often, especially when it comes to product-related news. The brand has, unfortunately, had plenty of coverage in recent months regarding its manipulation of fuel economy results on vehicles in Japan.
Range anxiety is about to become a quaint memory from the early days of electric cars. When EV technology was getting started, just a few short years ago, we were lucky to get 40 miles of range on batteries alone.
The Autumn Equinox is September 22, but when the kids go back to school, summer is unofficially over.
Take a walk down New York City’s Central Park West, and right at the intersection of West 74th Street, you’ll see an interesting little plaque.
Here’s a charge most people hope they never have to face in federal court: Conspiracy to defraud the U.S.
We might still be riding out an unusually warm summer, but here in New England, the phrase “winter is coming” brings with it a very specific set of feelings.
It’s football time in America! The official start of the NFL season kicked off last night in Denver. Along with football’s cheering fans, electrifying touchdowns, and controversial replays comes an over-saturation of corporate sponsorships.
The Ford Mustang, a longtime staple of Americana and an icon of modern muscle cars, is now available in Europe and has received an exceptionally warm welcome so far.
Apple and Samsung are fierce competitors in the phone and tablet businesses. In the automotive world, Apple is taking the lead by not-so-secretly developing a vehicle, which presumably will be self-driving and electric.
To touch on a subject not normally covered by CarGurus, Audi has announced its expanded involvement in the all-electric Formula E racing series, furthering its support of Team ABT Schaeffler before fielding a full-works team in 2017.