Performance Vehicles

The 2019 Audi e-Tron Quattro BEV SUV

Years in the Making, Audi Finally Launches the 2019 e-Tron SUV: Audi’s First Full On BEV Electric Car

2013 was only a few years ago, a long time for most, lightning fast time in the electric car universe, and after all the talk, the drafts, the drawings, the concepts, the rumors, the prototypes, and camouflaged pre-production vehicles since, Audi finally presents its first full electric car. With a price point of about $80,000 USD, the Audi e-Tron Quattro aims to take its throne as a heralded German electric, while finally taking on the American Teslas.
Ron Capps Charger Launch

Dodge Charger, Chevrolet Camaro Teams Struggle in Funny Car Countdown Opener

The front-running Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Camaro funny cars had a rough go of the first of six races that will decide the 2018 NHRA championship, with a Toyota Camry and a Ford Mustang meeting in the finals while the drivers at the top of the order coming into the Countdown struggled.
1st Gen Camaro Emblem

Mysteriously Loud Camaro Test Cars Cruising around GM Proving Grounds

There are loud, heavily-camouflaged Chevrolet Camaro test cars on the roads around Metro Detroit and with the refreshed 2019 cars already being disguised, we have to wonder if there isn’t a spicier Chevy muscle car on the way – one possibly powered by the Corvette ZR1’s LT5.
The BMW iNext Electric Autonomous Concept

BMW Reveals a Normal Looking Driverless Car: iNext: the Next Step in Electric Autonomous Driving

Instead of going over the top like most car makers do, especially startups when introducing autonomous technology in their concept vehicles, BMW took a more practical approach recently with theirs, called iNext, a new electric driverless capable concept CUV but still a human hands on driving car which includes a steering wheel and pedals. So practical they intend to put something much like it into production in as little time as in 2021.
Vera the Robot Electric Tractor Pod ex-Ford Seller in Your Future

Volvo Gives Us a Glimpse of a Bladerunner World of Electric Tractor Pods: Trucks So Driverless, They Don’t Even Need Cabs

Meet Vera. She’s Swedish, and she means it, damn it. She’s a badass Level 5 Volvo robot electric tractor pod almost as low to the ground as a Porsche, only three times bigger. So low, if you’re not careful, she might mow you down before her collision avoidance and passive emergency braking systems are autonomously activated! Potential roadkill beware! No airbags need apply . . .
Aston Martin Rapide-E Sports Saloon Fixed Head

The Ex-Ford in Your Future: Aston Martin Reveals the Electric Rapide E: The BEV Mustang Makers Should Be Making

Instead of waiting to wonder what a Mustang BEV CUV will come to, rogue ex-Forder Aston Martin shows their former boss they don’t even need an SUV platform to electrify one of their products, they can do it on a current production car: their flagship saloon, the Rapide. Attention American Cops: this ex-Ford is definitely a Crown Vic and Explorer Inceptor Killer!
2018 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe

2018 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe Review: Everything You Want in a Luxury Sport Coupe

The 2018 Cadillac ATS-V doesn’t pack the raw power of the CTS-V, but the new, smaller coupe is the most exciting Caddy 2-door of the modern era, packing solid power, precision handling and all of the premium amenities that you could ask for into this great-looking luxury car.
Tesla Model 3 in the Fast lane

Closing Pandora’s Box: Tesla Takes One Year Finding a Solution to a Hack in Same System Driverless Cars Will be Using

Thieves are hacking Tesla vehicles and their key fobs worldwide with special hacking computer hardware tools to steal the car within seconds. It took Tesla a year to solve it. All this, from the company that wants to bring us a world of electric cars without drivers, the problems that may seem too difficult for Tesla to solve over the electric cars they already have that still need them.
Three Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Test Cars

Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Could Begin Hitting Dealers This Month

The 797-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye officially went on earlier this summer with the promise of deliveries starting in the fall and with the cooler temperatures setting in across America, the newest monster muscle car from FCA should be hitting dealerships soon.
Mid-Engine Corvette at the Nurburgring

This Mid-Engine Corvette Doesn't Sound like a Boosted Beast

The video below shows what pretty much everyone in the auto industry believes to be the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette working out at the Nurburgring and while it sounds great, it doesn’t sound like it packs a boosted engine with the monster power numbers that have been floating around the internet.
The New Aurus Senat SWB Saloon and the 1985 Zil Limousine

Russia’s Rolls Royce Turns Out to Have the Guts and Soul of Porsche

After abandoning plans for Zil, the storied Russo-Soviet official state car builder that was supposed to make Vladimir Putin’s next set of wheels back in 2012, the Russian Federation tapped and funded a government entity to develop a LWB car. Here’s the thing: instead of relying on unreliable Russo-Soviet engineering, they German engineered and are now ready to market this SWB car with Europe in mind. Both cars have Porsche developed engines. I get it now. A Zil this is not. Not bad at all.
Mercedes Benz EQC400 4MATIC different views

Mercedes EQC SUV: If "the Best or Nothing" Means a Paltry 200 Mile Range, We’d Rather Have "Nothing" From Mercedes

In formulating a response to Audi’s rollout of its first BEV e-Tron very soon, more so than responding to anything Tesla, Daimler AG bizarrely unveils a whole year before its debut, its first head-on to Tesla full production BEV, a historical vehicle on its electric E-Mobility platform in CUV variant in the separate Mercedes EQ line. But they baffled the media giving it only a puzzling 200 mile range.

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