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GM Takes Hand-in-Glove Takes to a New Level

On: Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 9:17AM | By: Arnold Knox


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GM has a plan to provide an out-of-this-world tool for earth-bound users. It’s a tool you are going to love when you work on your vehicle and need a little more oomph while leaning awkwardly over the engine or sprawled beneath it.


Bugatti Considers Second Model Offering

On: Tue, Aug 2, 2016 at 4:56PM | By: Carl Malek


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Bugatti has had a long storied history with the bulk of that history centered on a very small lineup usually consisting of one lone model. The Veyron has served as a recent example; the Veyron has the task of not only upholding its role as the pinnacle of Volkswagen's engineering and technology, it also holds the fortunes of the entire Bugatti brand on its shoulders. The upcoming Chiron was expected to continue where the Veyron left off in this regard, but it appears that it is about to receive a companion model, according to a new report from Australia.


Mercedes AMG GT-C Making A Spring Debut?

On: Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 2:04PM | By: Carl Malek


Mercedes AMG GT-C Making A Spring Debut? test 1-1

Long rumored and often teased, the Mercedes-AMG GT-C convertible could be coming to production quicker than many have anticipated, if a new flurry of reports coming out of Germany are to be believed.


Some Made in America cars are almost All-American

On: Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 4:11PM | By: Arnold Knox


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These days, with cries of America First, Made in America, and Buy American heard from all parts of the country, there are those who insist on American-made automobiles. That’s MADE in America, not just assembled. The point was that things made in the U.S. help the economy here, and provide jobs and wages and opportunities to actually be able to afford the products we produce. Lots of people laughed at that idea; globalization and free trade were taking jobs and money out of the country, and that finding a car that was really made in America or could be called an American car was no longer possible. Well, that is true; however, there are cars that are almost all-American, and that should count for something.


 

Jeep unveils Willys-inspired Jeep Wrangler Concept

On: Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 12:48PM | By: Carl Malek


Jeep unveils Willys-inspired Jeep Wrangler Concept test 1-1

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is currently in the midst of celebrating the Jeep brand's 75th anniversary, they have unveiled a special one-off Wrangler concept that pays tribute to the government contract that helped give birth to its ancestor, the Willys-Overland MB.


Chevrolet to send off SS sedan with Supercharged model?

On: Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 12:50PM | By: Carl Malek


Chevrolet to send off SS sedan with Supercharged model? test 1-1

Despite its relatively paltry sales figures, Chevrolet's SS performance sedan has proven to be not only a good alternate to the dearly departed Pontiac G8, it's also a rolling showcase demonstrating the potential of the brand's performance engineering. If a new series of rumors is to be believed, the SS could end its production run with a bang.


Mercedes-Benz developing trick tire de-Icing technology

On: Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 10:20AM | By: Carl Malek


Mercedes-Benz developing trick tire de-Icing technology test 1-1

There's nothing like traveling to the confines of the U.S. patent office to get a glimpse at some of the futuristic vehicle technology concepts that various automakers are working on. This time our trip makes a stop at Mercedes-Benz, where they appear to be working on the latest iteration of de-icing technology, according to a recently filed patent.


The best used cars for new college students

On: Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 4:05PM | By: Gary P Garry


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We have recently passed through the high school graduation season, and, if you are a parent of a recent graduate, college is probably going to be the next step for your child. You may be in the market for a used car for your new college student, and there are some things to take into consideration when you make car buying decisions. Though it may not be on the top of the list for your son or daughter, safety will probably be your primary concern. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's (IIHS) Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) has done a great deal of very useful research into the subject. According to their website, there are four primary things to think about when you are trying to identify the right used car for a young driver.


Toyota's Prius Prime will not offer solar panel roof In U.S.

On: Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 3:05PM | By: Carl Malek


Toyota's Prius Prime will not offer solar panel roof In U.S. test 1-1

When Toyota first unveiled the Prius Prime, it touted innovative fuel-saving features that would make the Prime stand out from the rest of its green competitors. One of these features is its roof, which incorporates solar panel technology to help recharge the battery and increase fuel economy. This will help to extend the Prime's driving range; but Toyota's plan to brighten the lives of Prime buyers in the U.S. has hit a snag due to safety regulations.


Marchionne changes tune on electric vehicles, says first electric Maserati model would debut in 2019

On: Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 3:04PM | By: Carl Malek


Marchionne changes tune on electric vehicles, says first electric Maserati model would debut in 2019 test 1-1

It is no secret that when it comes to EV vehicles and their profitability, Sergio Marchionne has a well-defined stance against them. He says that their profitability is non-existent, that that the Fiat 500e EV costs $10,000 for every one that is sold. However, when it comes to whether he is open to adding one in a higher price bracket, Marchionne has swerved from that position.


BMW 3-Series Wagon to be axed in U.S.?

On: Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 4:34PM | By: Carl Malek


BMW 3-Series Wagon to be axed in U.S.? test 1-1

America's renewed obsession with crossovers and SUVs has caused many automakers to rethink their long-term product strategies; it appears that the booming segment could force BMW to throw in the towel and remove its venerable 3-Series station wagon from U.S. shores.