2018 Chicago Auto Show

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 a multitude of Blue Oval automobiles over the years, with the Ranger being one of the most sorely missed here in the US.
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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 both staggeringly good and bad design touches, and while concepts like Infiniti’s insanely sleek Q Inspiration stirred the Detroit auto show this year, there’s a lot to love about Chicago’s shindig a couple weeks later as well. Chicago’s McCormick Place is the sort of split-hall structure that can accommodate throngs of buyers and journalists alike, a vaulted wonderland hell-bent on giving your feet blisters and an automotive experience like no other.
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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 to Nissan’s chief Truck and SUV Brand Communications specialist, Kevin Raftery; who upon accepting the offer to take the snow-throwing Fairlady Z out for a spin in the Grand Tetons, found himself assisting in the creation of┬áNissan’s latest video adventure.
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Nissan 370Zki Is Built for the Slopes

Nissan 370Zki Is Built for the Slopes
Nissan is showing off a highly-customized 370Z Roadster that will be on display at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. The car is called the 370Zki, which is apparently pronounced “370-Ski,” despite its spelling. The drop-top Z car started life as a normal 370Z before having its wheels removed and some cold-weather sporting goods added on. The rear wheels were replaced with some massive DOMINATOR treads that measure 15″ x 48″ x 30″ and some front skis that measure in at 12″ x 56″.
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