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2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is a Horsepower Monster

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is a Horsepower Monster
After countless teasers, Dodge finally has revealed the Challenger SRT Demon in all of its glory. And glorious it is. This street-legal drag racer not only has more horsepower than any V8 production car ever, Dodge says it’s…

Is Mitsubishi Bringing Back the Badass Cars America Misses?

Is Mitsubishi Bringing Back the Badass Cars America Misses?
Hiroto Saikawa is the first Japanese CEO of Nissan Motor Co. in 16 years, and according to a recent report by Automotive News, he believes that Mitsubishi will soon play a crucial role as a “much bigger player…
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Pulsing Push Buttons and Pony Hearts, Ford Mustang Style

Pulsing Push Buttons and Pony Hearts, Ford Mustang Style
Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make buyers fall in love with a particular automobile. Take the 2018 Mustang for example. When the latest version lands this autumn it reportedly will have the heart of a…

Best Automotive April Fools Pranks 2017

Best Automotive April Fools Pranks 2017
Every April 1st, carmakers and car fanatics do their best to stir up the internet with their April Fools pranks. This year featured some doozies, with everyone from Lexus to Honda to McLaren getting in on the action.…

Hunziker Driving Shoes: The Best Way to Heel-Toe

Hunziker Driving Shoes: The Best Way to Heel-Toe
While you can certainly drive a car with your everyday tennis shoes, if you really want to have the best possible feedback from your pedals, get yourself a pair of proper driving shoes. These beauties from Hunziker should…

Cadillac CTS Getting Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

Cadillac CTS Getting Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
Cadillac has made a announcement that allows 2017 Cadillac CTS sedans to communicate with each other. Caddy calls the new feature “Cadillac V2V,” and says that it lays the groundwork for a safer future. With the tech installed,…

Desert Racing is the Best Racing at the Mint 400

Desert Racing is the Best Racing at the Mint 400
If you’re a fan of motorsports and you haven’t been to a desert truck race, you’re genuinely missing out. I recently had a chance to attend the Mint 400 race, part of the Best in the Desert Series,…

Forlorn VW Diesel Buybacks Sit Sadly in a Colorado Field

Forlorn VW Diesel Buybacks Sit Sadly in a Colorado Field
I live in Colorado Springs, and drive to Pueblo most days for my day job down I-25. There is a massive field right next to Pikes Peak International Raceway or PPIR that I’ve seen filled with Volkswagen cars…

A Tour of Nashville’s Lane Motor Museum

A Tour of Nashville’s Lane Motor Museum
Nashville, Tennessee is the epicenter of country music and it is known for attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum which are both wonderful museums. However, if you visit Nashville without…

Mercedes-AMG GT R Inspires Racing Boat

Mercedes-AMG GT R Inspires Racing Boat
I’m a big fan of how the Mercedes-AMG GT R looks and performs. Mercedes has now teamed up with Cigarette Racing to create a gigantic 50-foot Marauder racing boat inspired by the AMG GT R. That means the…

Scandinavian Sanctuary Awaits with Volvo and Tablet Hotels

Scandinavian Sanctuary Awaits with Volvo and Tablet Hotels
The folks at Volvo, when describing the interiors of their new modern cars like the S90, V90, and XC90, call it a ‘Scandinavian Sanctuary.’ It’s one of the many reasons why we love their luxury vehicles as much…

Manual Shifter, Coilover, and Turbocharger Keychains

Manual Shifter, Coilover, and Turbocharger Keychains
The manual transmission continues to become more and more of a rarity in modern cars – especially here in the US. After all, most modern automatics are faster and more fuel efficient than their manual predecessors. But diehard…

From Boxy to Curvy

From Boxy to Curvy
If you look back at cars in the 1970s and 1980s, the vast majority of them were angular and boxy. But at some point in the 1990s, those corners started to soften, leading to the curvy and smooth…
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