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Tesla’s Master Plan, Part Deux: Anticipating a New World

Ten years ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk showed the world his plan to grow his electric car company into an international powerhouse. In his original master plan, posted in 2006, Musk summarized his ambitions by saying Tesla would: Build a sports car Use that money to build an affordable car Use that money to build an even more affordable car While doing the above, also provide zero-emission electric-power generation options Mission accomplished.

Cars and Crustaceans: Another Successful NEMPA Ragtop Ramble

With perfect blue skies overhead and a couple cups of coffee in our stomachs, a CarGurus team made its way to the Larz Anderson Auto Museum yesterday in Brookline, Massachusetts, for this year’s Ragtop Ramble and Crustacean Crawl.

Ford Surprises Itself with New 3.5-Liter EcoBoost

Ford’s EcoBoost technology has been a wild success in everything from the Mustang to the F-150. EcoBoost is, of course, Ford’s name for a direct-injected turbocharged gasoline engine.

Learning From New Jersey’s Gas Tax Disaster

New Jersey has the second-lowest gas tax in the country. Residents of the state enjoy their cheap gas and neighboring New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians routinely jump across the border to take advantage of a cheap fill-up.

What the New CAFE Standards Mean for Auto Buyers

There has been a lot of news this week regarding the Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Transportation Safety Administration issuing new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards.

GM’s Attack Ads Against Ford: Did They Work?

Not long ago we wrote about GM’s attack ads against the Ford F-150 trucks. The ads compared the durability and strength of Chevrolet’s high-strength steel truck bed against Ford’s aluminum bed.

The Cost of Doing Business in a Safety-Focused World

When an automaker begins to develop a new model, one of the earliest decisions it makes is where the vehicle will be sold.

What to Buy: A Base Premium Brand or a Loaded Non-Premium Brand?

New-car shoppers continually debate between buying a fully loaded economy vehicle a base-trim premium car.

The Most Popular Cars in Each Time Zone

Ford has long declared the F-150 the best-selling vehicle in the nation. Though the official sales numbers agree, we thought we’d put that claim to the test ourselves and measure the Ford F-150’s success by gauging consumer interest on CarGurus.

Acura NSX to Add Electric, Gas, and Convertible Versions

The Honda NSX, known in America as an Acura, began life over 25 years ago as a lower-priced and mechanically reliable alternative to the V8-powered Ferrari supercars.

Could Now be a Good Time to Buy a Tesla?

Tesla has seen a lot of time in the news during the past couple of weeks over crashes involving its Autopilot system.

Look Out for Flooded Cars on the Used-Car Market

Spring rains in the United States have not been kind to cars. The president has declared 11 counties in Texas disaster areas due to heavy rains and flooding. Similar flooding has spanned the country from Virginia to Washington.

How Long Should Automakers Be on the Hook for Defective Parts?

How long should an automaker remain responsible for poor workmanship? Traditional car warranties range from about 36,000 to 100,000 miles, or between 3 and 10 years.

Stan Hatoff said, “Gas is Gas,” but Stan Hatoff was Wrong

Down in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, there’s a little outpost of late 20th-century automotive culture.

Audi, Toyota Ready Subcompact SUVs

The unofficial car of Seattle is the Audi Q5. Driving through the Emerald City is like navigating an Audi showroom, as it seems every third car on Interstate 5 sports the 4-ringed logo up front.

Stay Cool: Our 10 Favorite Features for Summer

The 4th of July has passed once more, and if you’re anything like us, you spent a good portion of the holiday grilling, swimming, and taking care not to lose a finger while shooting off those Roman candles.

Are We Always Passively Shopping for Cars?

Whether you’re aware of it or not, you’re always shopping for a new car. You can be casually scrolling through Facebook, thinking only of cat videos and the most recent “Game of Thrones” episode, when a post from a car dealer goes by featuring a shiny new Ford Explorer.

Has the Toyota Prius Fallen from Grace?

The Toyota Prius first came off the production line in 1997 and immediately sparked an automotive revolution.

New Cars *Are* Getting Safer – Don’t Believe What You Read

The news is full of gloomy stories these days when it comes to automobiles. It might even be enough to make make you think driving an automobile is becoming more dangerous.

Tesla Autopilot Crash Raises Questions About Autonomous Cars

It’s not easy to write about death. Death, however, is a tragic and so far unavoidable part of automotive culture.