Don’t be surprised if the all-new 2015 Subaru WRX STI is unveiled with a new 2.0-liter turbocharged powerplant.
It may have taken the fictional character Phileas Fogg only 80 days, but the three Mercedes B-class F-cells will circumnavigate the globe in 125 days to honor the 125th anniversary of the patent Ca
Will Hosni Mubarak step down peaceably? Will there be a moderate transition? Those are the questions on the political front.
On the economic front, its budding auto and SUV industry is at stake.
As a brand new spin-out company from STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in the U.K., Cella Energy’s new product development replaces high pressure cylinders with a conventional shaped fuel tank.
Unlike Sgt. Pepper, though, the automobile has never really gone out of style. Fact is, that day has since lived in infamy, because it is considered the official birthday of the automobile.
BMW’s first turbocharged 4-cylinder in the US market will measure 2.0 liters and with the help of the same twin scroll turbo technology that is found on the current 3.0L turbocharged inline-6, this
The new Ferrari F150 will compete in the Formula 1 series for the 2011 season and while the name may seem odd to American consumers, the F150 name was chosen by the folks at Ferrari to celebrate th
The German automaker will shell out $170 million to those 260,000 employees around the world, in order to properly celebrate the anniversary of their first patent.
As the name suggests, the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Bicolore is based around a special two-tone paint scheme with black covering the roof, pillars, spoilers and air intake openings in the lower
The auto dealers resist the plan to pay the plug-in hybrid tax credit at the time of purchase because they fear they could be left with large out-of-pocket expenses if applications for reimbursemen
Americans will have to wait a few weeks before the 500 hits showrooms and while that might be a long wait for some, those that desire something a little different might have to wait a whole lot lon
Much like the current Ford work stoppage at the Dearborn Truck Plant, the actual parts or suppliers responsible for the lack of parts have not been specified but as of Monday morning, roughly 4,500