Several days ago one Tesla Model S owner asked in a Tesla forum on Facebook that he had asked if we need to keep the Tesla plugged in while away. Most people suggested yes.
That is the case with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
Yesterday our friends at Allpar broke the news that 2017 would mark the end of production for the Dodge Viper and this morning, the Chrysler Group issued a press release officially confirming that
A new Subaru 3-Row crossover is coming to the U.S. in 2018.
Today a Youtube user named Jeff Klakring posted a nice video on his Youtube channel showing a Tesla Model 3 driving on Interstate 280 in California.
Apparently Porsche has been following Tesla very carefully. They are targeting Tesla as a measuring point and hope the Mission E will do better.
As Honda News announced Monday morning, select Honda Dealers in Canada and the U.S. should receive the initial stock of 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup trucks the week of June 20.
While electrification is not new to Pikes Peak, or new to Honda Performance Development, 2016 marks the 100 Anniversary of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
If you are a Model 3 reservation holder, would you like to have the option to sell your place in line if you bought Model S?
Some people think that the design of Tesla Model 3 looks sort of like Ford Focus. They are not identical, but in some broad brush strokes they seem similar.
Back in 1966, the Carroll Shelby’s Ford GT40 race cars came into the 24 Hours of LeMans race and did what no American team had done before – beating Ferrari, winning the race and take the 2nd and 3
Before getting into the latest insider information on the 2017 Dodge Challenger, I want to clarify where this information has originated.