Latest Automotive News

This section of Torque News provides the latest auto news and updates from the car manufacturers. Every day number of news stories and editorials are published here that give our readers an overview of what is happening in the automotive industry. Read this section daily to find out about new cars, vehicle reviews and car pictures. Torque News is an automotive news website by Hareyan Publishing, LLC, dedicated to covering the latest news, reviews and opinions about the car industry.
Elon Musk Trojan Horse

Tesla Can Use Trojan Horse to Take Advantage of Tax Credit

The most recent update on the U.S. Electric Vehicle tax credit bill is that it will only apply to electric vehicles costing $40,000 or less and for people with an income less than $100,000. Tesla won't qualify for this in most cases, but they can do something smart in order to qualify most of their vehicles for a tax credit.
2022 Ford GT Heritage Edition

2022 Ford GT Heritage Edition supercar pays homage to the 1964 Ford GT

Ford GT Heritage Edition is a modern interpretation of the original, combining classic Ford Performance features such as Wimbledon White paint and a triple racing stripe with contemporary touches including exposed carbon fiber behind Antimatter Blue-painted carbon fiber wheels and Lightspeed Blue Alcantara suede seats. Ford GT ’64 Prototype Heritage Edition debuts at Monterey Car Week alongside the sole surviving 1964 Ford GT prototype.
Joke eyeglasses trick driver assist safety feature

Driver Assist Safety Can Be Fooled Not Just in Tesla, But in Ford Vehicles and Many Others Too

A new video shows that just like Tesla, Ford and many other vehicles equipped with driver assist features can be tricked into unsafe driving conditions. According to Car and Driver magazine, “..this is not just a Tesla problem, but one that affects the entire industry. Automakers should close these loopholes to head-off future idiocy.”
Toyota Tacoma's are known to have brake warning light issues.

An Easy Diagnosis and Fix When Your Brake Warning Light Comes On

In some cases, rather than being an indication of impending mechanical failure, a flashing or constantly-on brake light warning is a common problem seen in particular models of cars. Here are some things you can do before going to a garage that just might make that brake warning light problem disappear by learning some simple maintenance checks applicable to many used car models; plus, a video demonstrating one brake warning light idiosyncrasy observed in some Toyota Tacoma’s.
Consumer Reports lists new flat tire inflaters for car owners

A Top Rated and Bargain Brand Cordless Portable Tire Pump Choice for Your Car

Here’s the latest on both a top rated high-end and a bargain brand cordless tire pump review that alerts consumers to the fact that they no longer are limited to yesteryear’s anemic handheld tire inflators. As an added plus, included are two videos demonstrating these Consumer Reports recommended models in action.
Traffic Flows On An Interstate As Speeing Rises

Speeding Continues To Plague Interstates As Travel Season Begins Wind-Down

It has been a long and frustrating travel season for authorities as drivers keep speeding. It's not so much that they are traveling fast, it is that they are driving at high speeds that are seldom seen outside of race tracks. One driver clocked 159 mph in a record run across of the country and averaged 108 for his 25-hour trip.
Used car values differ depending on where you shop.

Consumer Reports on How to Assess a Used Vehicle’s True Value

Assessing a used vehicle’s true value is more than just taking a look into Kelley Blue Book value listings---it’s also partly about understanding where the vehicle is being sold and what this means to you. Here’s a summary of the latest Consumer Reports recommendation about what you need to know about where a used car is being sold from, while comparison shopping for a used car.

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