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By Denis Flierl on November 11, 2023 - 11:25AM
Subaru of America won’t be happy, but images of the next-generation 2025 Forester have been leaked. Here are some of the remodeled details. Check out the Forester leak here.
By Timothy Boyer on August 28, 2023 - 4:39PM
Here’s a recent list of small SUV winning models as well as those models you should stay away from, say Consumer Reports analysts. Plus, a recent Car and Driver comparison you don’t want to miss.
By Tinsae Aregay on August 16, 2023 - 1:39PM
On Monday Elon Musk announced that night he’ll use FSD v12 to drive to Mark Zuckerberg’s house for a fight. The fight did not go down as planned still Musk says he’ll go through with the FSD v12 live stream next week without the Zuckerberg fight.
By Justin Hart on May 17, 2023 - 10:56AM
Honda unveiled its brand new CR-V plug-in hybrid (PHEV) SUV last week at a media event held at their European R&D Center in Germany. Given that Honda currently lacks any plug-in vehicle selection in the US market, this news may raise the hopes of those who are anxious for Honda to bring plug-in vehicles back to the US. Let’s take a look at early specs.
By John Goreham on April 26, 2022 - 2:15PM
The 2022 Lexus NX 450H+ AWD earns the highest score awarded in the U.S. for safety.
By James Walker on April 1, 2022 - 1:33PM
Prototype LaFerrari gives us an up-close look at the car that ushered Ferrari into the hybrid hypercar era with none of the polish we're used to seeing from the storied Italian brand. Check out that engine bay!
By James Walker on January 27, 2022 - 8:01PM
GMA's T.33 may be a slightly turned-down version of its T.50 big brother, but the statement it makes is still deafeningly loud thanks to a howling V12 engine by Cosworth.
By Daniel Cappo on September 16, 2021 - 5:45PM
Cyberlandr has built a unique prototype of a camper that could fit on the back of the Cybertruck. The Cyberlandr has been in the news previously, but a new prototype gives prospective buyers a better idea of what to expect.
By Daniel Cappo on August 4, 2021 - 9:23PM
A Model X Owner claimed that five separate cars including his own all crashed at the same location. These accidents show that FSD still has some issues, but there is a lot that Tesla and those who own a Tesla can do to help.

By Tinsae Aregay on July 28, 2021 - 11:48AM
Tesla has been granted a patent for the Cybertruck's design. In the patent application are included reference designs that closely resemble the Cybertruck. Tesla also names several employees as designers but there is no mention of Elon Musk.
By Daniel Cappo on July 20, 2021 - 6:19PM
The Tesla Model 3 has been drawing comparisons to a boat after a car was seen driving through floodwaters in China. There are a few different things that make it possible for Tesla vehicles to do well when driving through water.
By Peter Neilson on July 19, 2021 - 11:54PM
NexPower Batteries the LiFePo replacement is taking off. If you own a Toyota Prius, Camry Hybrid or other NiMH-based product here is what you need to know and where to get one.
By John Goreham on July 1, 2021 - 10:14AM
Tesla, Toyota, Hyundai, GM, Kia, Mercedes, and Dodge all have models for sale today that cost more used than new due to vehicle shortages. Here are the models that earn this dubious distinction.
By Daniel Cappo on June 5, 2021 - 8:05PM
Prices of Tesla cars such as the new Model S plaid could start to decrease by around $10,000. This is a breath of fresh air after many months of price increases on various models.

By Daniel Cappo on May 28, 2021 - 9:21PM
News has been swirling about how Tesla is installing cameras that watch the driver. These cameras could detect careless drivers but could have many unintended consequences.
By Daniel Cappo on May 25, 2021 - 5:22PM
Tesla has begun to rollout Tesla vision which is a new setup for its self-driving fleet that uses only cameras and no radar. This rollout has mostly been good so far, but there are a few things Tesla could have maybe done differently.
By Daniel Cappo on May 20, 2021 - 5:03PM
VW CEO Herbert Diess said that hydrogen cars are a bad idea and to “listen to the science”. Elon Musk then sent out a statement agreeing with Deiss that hydrogen is not something worth investing in for automobiles.

By Armen Hareyan on January 9, 2021 - 11:06PM
Today NIO unveiled it's ET7 EV sedan with a catchy design. In addition to the purely electric drive and 620 miles (1000km) of range, it is equipped for autonomous driving. The ET7 knows how to discreetly accommodate the sensors and necessary technology in the exterior.
By Paul Fosse on October 9, 2020 - 8:18PM
This article is the visual confirmation of our earlier reporting that the Tesla Model 3 is getting a mild refresh in the US.
By Armen Hareyan on March 3, 2020 - 9:40AM
The company, which is going to build the Tesla Giga Berlin is Arikon. Today Arikon placed its sign at the entrance of Tesla's Gigafactory 4 construction area and reveals very interesting information on its website about the work on Tesla's European Gigafactory and its handling of the environment while building Giga Berlin.
By Al Castro on June 17, 2019 - 12:12AM
For the last 26 years the City of Beverly Hills LA holds a Father’s Day treat for families by hosting a free classic car show on its own storied swanky 5 Avenue Main Street, on Rodeo Drive. This year’s theme was the 100th anniversary of the founding of Bentley Motors Ltd, and Bentley was in the house, and on the Drive!
By Al Castro on March 18, 2019 - 6:03PM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: It hasn’t been a week since the Tesla Y unveil at the Design Studio and the Tesla Fan Base and media alike are now speculating what the already iconic pickup truck will shape out to be. So over Model Y and it’s ho hum, the excitement energy is already now building for Model U.

By Al Castro on March 16, 2019 - 3:07AM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: The Eve of the Ides of March like the Model Y unveil at the Tesla Design Studio came like the new car itself and went like any other event without much fanfare. Both are no frills or gimmicks, the most practical you can get in a car and an event, neither didn’t take much money to make, and in the car’s case it has the potential to outsell it’s siblings combined.
By Al Castro on March 7, 2019 - 11:11PM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: I continue the miniseries of stories of “Life after Leaf” in this beginning of the post-hybrid age when we are now getting over PHEVs and short range BEVs like Nissan Leaf, and taking a more serious look at new BEVs now that they’re more car and charging choices, better battery ranges, and cheaper prices. One option coming soon is a BEV CUV that’ll compete with the Hyundai/Kia SUV electrics. Here’s the unveiling of the smaller Model Y.
By Al Castro on February 28, 2019 - 5:09AM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: This is an ongoing mini-series of reports themed “life after Leaf,” where I take a look at what happens when you turn in the keys of a firsthand used BEV like Nissan Leaf after a brand new lease or purchase, to wonder what happens to the car thereafter. There’s such a plentiful amount of them that many will not see a long life, but in this report we take a look at why it makes sense to still buy a cheap used all electric car.
By Al Castro on February 27, 2019 - 6:36AM
I start another mini-series of stories, this time “Life After Leaf,” of several things that can happen when you trade in your Nissan Leaf car, if not the tiny battery from a PHEV or from a smaller ranged BEV, to be repurposed or recycled into something else. In my quest to find electric campers for my social media base, I find this great caravan that uses juice from old Leaf batteries.
By Al Castro on February 20, 2019 - 9:35AM
Sometime next year BMW will be introducing their first real non-compliant full production all electric car. It won’t look as funky as i3 does. It’ll actually look like a real normal car. And it’ll be based off the 4 series. So with my BMW in the shop AGAIN, and the dealer giving me a 430 coupe as a loaner, I decided to take this opportunity to give you a dynamic of what to expect from a 4 series electric by looking at the gas one and my car, a 3 Series, first.
By Al Castro on February 13, 2019 - 6:54PM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: I hope this is about as mad as the mad doctor can be, signing a pact with the almost-devil of the car industry right before industrial birth of start up production. I guess he’ll be the industrial obstetrician. I hope the car baby ain’t no Rosemary’s. Dr. Scaringe is looking to make a deal with a devil who has more money than God. Jeff Besos of Amazon is in with this. What a strange three way this could be. I cringe: gee Doctor: will it be good for you too?
By Al Castro on February 1, 2019 - 6:40AM
By selling the entire model range in three categories, Tesla Corporation makes each car more cheaply, and simplifies discerning which car is which. If you want “Ludicrous,” which now comes in a separate upgrade package at a $20,000 premium, no more looking at old school Bentley-like badges to see battery energy capacity, you just look for “Performance.” This also helps with pricing and sales: by having cheaper Base Models S and X, Tesla is getting ready to sell Base Model 3.
By Al Castro on January 25, 2019 - 11:22AM
ANALYSIS AND OPINION: It’s not looking too good in the public relations arena for Cadillac and GM when the national, now world conversation nows turns toward questioning the existence of luxury car brands after the Cadillac XT6-Gate GM Debacle. Aston Martin’s CEO weighed in with the XT6-Gate to establish six ultra brands, and none of the ones below it like Cadillac will surpass them. But let’s be clear: XT6-Gate is an American problem, not a European one.