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by Kevin Uy
Compared to the UK versions, the power output for the India spec Triumph motorcycles are marginally lower for reasons unknown.
Iconic Racers Came Back To Live With Drawings, Photos And 3D Graphics The image above might look like a fairly interesting painting of some old Mercedes-Benz grand prix cars getting, but in reality, it showcases far more than just paint on canvas.
This is quite possibly the best F-15E Strike Eagle video of all time. F-15E cockpit videos are rare to begin with, but one that shows the 'Mud Hen' in its natural, low-level environment in brilliant HD is even rarer .
When asked “What car would you buy if you could afford it?” I bet nine out of 10 would answer “a Ferrari” without hesitating for a nanosecond.
Filed under: Convertible, Performance, Ford In 1965, a Ford Mustang Convertible proudly went on display at the top of the Empire State Building, the world's tallest building at the time.
by Nick Rico
Some of the most memorable Road Runner cartoons feature Wile E. Coyote strapping rockets onto his roller skates in ill-advised attempts to catching the blindingly fast bird.
To the uninitiated, the Acura ILX may seem like little more than a rebadged Honda Civic. But take a look inside and get behind the wheel, and you’ll quickly appreciate that the ILX is a completely different kind of compact that deserves to be labeled “premium.” Still, when the ILX arrived in showroom, it had some drivers craving for a more thrilling experience; one that was reminiscent of the Integra or now defunct TSX.
The classic Aston Martin Lagonda, built between 1976 – 1990, is still as striking to look at today as it was back in the day.
If there are any two firms you could count on to shoehorn a Ferrari V8 into the back of an Alfa Romeo 4C, they would almost certainly be Lazzarini Design and Hennessey Performance.
Major speculation ahead, but a Star Wars fansite is claiming that this GIF of the Millennium Falcon might be the first-ever bit of footage from the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Filed under: Government/Legal, Recalls, Safety, Honda, Ownership The impact of 2014 - henceforth known as Year of the Recalls - will have long-ranging consequences on the auto industry.
Earlier this week I visited the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show with the specific objective of taking pictures of cars until my camera's shutter exploded.
As more carmakers are jumping on the fuel-cell bandwagon, industry experts are optimistic the technology will be commercially viable a decade from now.
Arming and Refueling Points are places where combat aircraft can get gassed up and reloaded with weaponry, without shutting down.
News on the stretched-out Pullman limousine. The Mercedes-Maybach S600 may have been the big news from the Mercedes-Benz booth at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but that didn’t mean Mercedes was without other news.
Filed under: Biodiesel, Emerging Technologies, Ethanol, Pontiac, Videos When sewage is treated at a wastewater treatment facility, biosolids are the byproduct.
One-make racing series have become all the rage for customers who want to actually race their exotic sports cars (or competition-spec versions of them, anyway).