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Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Paddock LEGO Kit Review: One Heavy Build

Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Paddock LEGO Kit Review: One Heavy Build
When I was recently handed some life-changing health news, along with a phone call a few weeks later explaining my grandmother’s passing, I flat-out lost all hope, and everything in my life was suddenly put on hold. The…

Subaru Eyesight Push Could Hasten Death of Manuals

Subaru Eyesight Push Could Hasten Death of Manuals
Some potentially bad news has emerged concerning the future of manual transmissions in Subaru vehicles. As many of you might already know, the company is in the midst of a big push towards safety and automation with their…
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HD Black Bow Tie Affair: Chevy Silverado 4, 5, and 6 Class Trucks

HD Black Bow Tie Affair: Chevy Silverado 4, 5, and 6 Class Trucks
Mere months after witnessing¬†Chevrolet reveal its all-new generation of Silverado trucks at the Detroit Auto Show, the Bowtie Brand has returned for another round of ruggedness. Referred to simply as “Silverado Class 4, 5, and 6 chassis…

6 Things You Need to Know About the All-New Ford Ranger

6 Things You Need to Know About the All-New Ford Ranger
Ford has brought forth a lot of neat machines over the years, and has discarded quite a few as well. From the questionably named “Probe” to the bucking “Bronco,” Americans have bought, owned, and mourned the loss of…

10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show

10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show
If cars are indeed your thing, then what is the equivalent of having tasteful amounts of sex appeal? Does it go beyond beltline curves, carbon fiber, Alcantara, and aluminum? The vehicular landscape is one that comes littered with…

Driving the Nissan 370Zki: A Crash Course in Extreme Snowmobiling

Driving the Nissan 370Zki: A Crash Course in Extreme Snowmobiling
When opportunity comes knocking it is often best to answer. Preferably with a hearty “Hell yeah!” and especially when it involves a Nissan 370Z that’s been converted into an over-sized snowmobile on steroids. This is exactly what happened…

A Day at the Track with Audi Sport

A Day at the Track with Audi Sport
My first Audi was a phantom black 2011 Audi S4 with a manual gearbox and a V8 under the hood. In 2013, I traded the S4 for a 2014 Audi RS5 Cabriolet, also with a V8 (this time…

Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Launched into Orbit

Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Launched into Orbit
Elon Musk has taken his red Tesla Roadster, put a “spaceman” behind the wheel (in a SpaceX spacesuit prototype) and then put both into the nose cone of the massive Falcon Heavy rocket. Both the Roadster and spaceman…

Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV

Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV
In the past few years, it seems like automakers are competing to create the smartest cars on the road. From lane assistance and intelligent cruise control to parking assistance and – before we know it – wholly autonomous…

Concepts from Future Past: American Motors Astra-Gnome

Concepts from Future Past: American Motors Astra-Gnome
I have a strange affinity for unusual concept cars. One of the wackiest designs I’ve stumbled across in my travels has to be the American Motors¬†Astra-Gnome, a “space age” concept that dates back to 1956. The car…

2018 Jaguar E-PACE First Drive Review: Small, but Mighty

2018 Jaguar E-PACE First Drive Review: Small, but Mighty
When you think back just a few years, Jaguar was almost exclusively a maker of luxury sedans like the XF and XJ. Fast forward to 2018, and the Brits not only make one of the best sports cars…

Bugatti to Use 3D-printed Titanium for Chiron Brake Calipers

Bugatti to Use 3D-printed Titanium for Chiron Brake Calipers
Bugatti has announced that it will be making a change to new Chiron cars that will see the vehicles shed a bit of unsprung weight. The weight savings will come in the form of lighter brake calipers. Current…

7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is the most iconic OEM motor vehicle meet in the United States, every year drawing hundreds of thousands of car shoppers and members of the media alike through its…
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