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.
Ford Bronco R Prototype Starts Baja 1000

Ford Bronco Prototype R Mechanical Woes Keep It From Baja 1000 Finish

Though they set out with the best of intentions at the 2019 Baja 1000 off-road enduro held recently in Baja California, the team running the Ford Bronco Prototype R just couldn't compete with rain, mud, dodge-'em-car traffic, and mechanical problems. The result was a DNF (Did Not Finish). Don't worry they are planning a return in 2020's enduro, this time with a better-prepared entry.
2020 C8 Corvette Car of the Year

C8 Corvette Beats GT500, Supra and 911 for 2020 North American Car of the Year

The jury for the North American Car, Truck and SUV of the Year awards announced the winners this morning in Detroit and the new mid-engine C8 Chevrolet Corvette took home the title for the top car – beating the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 and 17 other impressive vehicles.
2020 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited 2.0T AWD Black Color Front Grille

Comparing The 5 Trims of the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe and Reviewing The Limited AWD

There are many reviews already published in the media about the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe. But this review of the 2020 Santa FE will mainly focus on the configurations, trims and price. Torque News had a chance to test-drive the Limited 2.0T AWD trim of the 2020 Hyundai Santa FE and here is what we think about this fine vehicle.

Mazda MX-30: The Makers Now Reach for Excuses for BEVs with Tiny Batteries and Tiny Ranges

Another maker unveils another battery electric vehicle, their first we’ve been waiting for, for years, and with no more excuses of expensive batteries and paltry ranges while Tesla escalates theirs, we’re once again disappointed. This time it’s Mazda. I explain.

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