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Future Fossils of the Autonomous World: Maybe Even Autonomy Itself?

Like many car enthusiasts, I am addicted to horsepower, torque, and otherwise raw performance. It’s not until you get older, have kids, or live through a car accident, you start thinking about safety.

OnStar & Waston: Skynet For Our Cars?

Watson and OnStar aim to improve your . . . I was going to say driving, but this has nothing to do with actual driving, with maneuvering a car over a ribbon of road; no, this has more to do with fully and efficiently using your car in your daily life.

Lou Santiago Uncensored

Lou Santiago has a contagious laugh; the kind that bellows deep from the gut. Most likely, this hot rod builder and retired Navy Seabee wouldn’t describe himself as charismatic, but spending a few minutes with him is all the convincing one would need.

2017 Nissan Rogue: The Hot Seller

The Rogue, Nissan’s claim in the smaller-ish SUV/crossover/cute-ute segment has been more than a hit for the company.

Ford Transit: The Blue Oval’s True Working Horse

Okay technically speaking, Ford says the Transit is the “best-selling cargo van nameplate” on the planet, meaning they’ve been selling a ton of these capable little guys for awhile, but hey, why argue over details.

2017 BMW 5 Series: Not Exactly Your Rich Uncle’s Car

I have a theory, when it comes to German cars, if you’re a performance oriented gearhead, you don’t really want the flagship.

2016 Lexus IS 200t F Sport Review

A Lexus IS 200t is always fun-to-drive, but with the F Sport package, it gets ramped up to another level.

Tesla Motors Carries Level 5 Autonomy Banner Further

Last Wednesday night Tesla made an announcement. Many of us waited with baited breath to discover what was up their sleeves.

Automoblog Book Garage: The Complete Book of American Muscle Supercars

Throughout this Book Garage series, we have examined the American muscle car era, be it the history, performance, or the long-term impact on our culture.

2017 Honda CR-V Features New Engine, Safety Tech

Honda calls their CR-V the “outright benchmark compact SUV.” At first I thought that was just PR hyperbole, but then I thought they might be right – in that segment of the SUV world, I do see a ton of CR-Vs around.

Auto Accessories Garage: Vehicle Protection & Award-Winning Service

These days it seems like we are working harder and punching that time clock for longer. You might be providing for the family, or wanting to start a family of your own.

New Tesla Models To Feature Enhanced Autopilot Hardware

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, in a recent phone conference, announced that all Tesla vehicles will now be equipped with the hardware necessary for full autonomous driving.

FCA Recalls 182,000 Jeep Wrangler 4×4 for Faulty Airbag Sensors

According to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is currently recalling 182,308 2016 and 2017 Jeep Wrangler 4×4 vehicles in the United States.

FLARED Auto Emergency Kit Review

One day a big box arrived on my doorstep. “Ah, this must be that FLARED (all caps, if you please) auto emergency kit management wants me to review,” I muse.

First Look: 2017 Land Rover Discovery

After 13 years, Land Rover is bringing back the Discovery name to the U.S. in mid 2017. The new Discovery will be lighter, longer, wider, and slightly more powerful than the current model.

Ford Modeling Interiors for Smartphone & Tablet Storage

The header on a recent Ford press release reads “Americans Carry Around So Many Electronic Devices that Ford Had to Rethink the Car Interior” My first thought was, “well duh.” What’s next?

BMW Celebrates 30 Years of M3 Heritage

30 years, really? BMW has been turning out these little brutes for that long? I know, they’re not so little any longer, but when they started out, the first M3 was sort of like a 2002 Tii on steroids, or perhaps an updating of the original concept.

Apple CarPlay vs Android Auto (Infographic)

Smartphones have come a long way in making our lives easier. With the ability to connect to a car’s audio system, they can provide enhanced infotainment on the go. One can even use the apps to enable voice commands to take over many basic controls, like checking the car status, playing songs, or even adjusting the air conditioning.

Letter From The UK: Low Autumn Sun

Geoff Maxted warns that you won’t see him coming . . .  As an automotive writer I take my driving seriously.

Nostrum Energy: Unlocking Raw Performance Through Direct Injection

Facilitating the creation of 500, 600, 700, and more horsepower cars is not Nostrum Energy’s mission, but it is a joyful byproduct of their long-term combustion control research.