Noodle’s virtual band Gorillaz has sold 100 million records since 2000 but can they interest young people in cars and engineering?
The official results are in, and the all-new 2017 Prius Prime plug-in hybrid electric vehicle has topped every battery-electric automobile in America.
The new Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang comes in two forms and both of them come exclusively with a 6-speed manual transmission, but based on a report from road & Track citing Mustang6g.com, Ford’s f
Two decades in the making, the 3rd generation 2017 Honda Clarity hydrogen fuel cell powered, 5 passenger sedan, will go on sale (initially lease only) in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco a
Just before the 2016 Woodward Dream Cruise, the folks from FCA held a small, private event at a restaurant along Detroit’s famous avenue, where they introduced the media to the 2017 Dodge Challenge
Back in January, we brought you the news of the Fireball Camaro, which was the first 6th gen Chevrolet Camaro to run in the 9-second quarter mile range.
3 Reasons Why Newly Improved Subaru Impreza Gets its Mojo Back, How it Will Challenge Leaders Honda, Mazda and Toyota
When Subaru Impreza broke away from the sporty WRX, the compact car lost some of its mojo. Here’s how the newly-improved 2017 Subaru Impreza will get it back.
We’ve been talking about Subaru discontinuing the 2017 Crosstrek Hybrid for a few weeks, and Subaru just made it official.
Although it is a bit early, the secret name of Volkswagen’s new midsize crossover has leaked out.
With all that is written about car racing, it is easy to lose sight of one of the biggest reasons an automaker becomes involved in racing in the first place, research and improving its products.
With the last 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition US#1600 sold, the iconic performance sedan’s era is coming to a close.
Arguably one of the most refined if not the pinnacle in midsize premium SUVs, for 2017, Acura ups the stakes in a segment that is largely responsible for keeping the brand in contention.
Subaru is good at producing models that never make it the U.S. and other global markets. Here’s four models they will bring to the Tokyo Motor Festival that consumers in the U.S.