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It’s hard to believe that the current Chevy Camaro has been with us for only five years. Yet it’s sold over 400,000 copies, making it the current best-selling American performance car. But, alas, this Bow-Tie BadBoy is about to be replaced by a smaller 6th-gen Camaro in 2016. It is going out with a bang though. So meet the last 5th-generation Camaro epecial edition, the 2015 Chevy Camaro Commemorative Edition.
Most automotive recalls are designed to protect a carmaker from a safety defect that could result in a costly class-action lawsuit. But a Porsche recall is usually designed to protect their reputation for unfailing durability. Case in point, their latest recall for the Boxster, Cayman and 911. Click through to find out how Porsche is protecting their customers from future headaches.
Tags: porsche 911, porsche cayman, porsche boxster, recall
If you’re old enough to ‘respect the van’, then you’ll love this 70’s style Scion xB. It’s got orange stripes, tacky wood, vinyl seats, and Cragars! But it was designed by a 21-year-old, and that will make you feel ancient…
Tags: 2015 scion xB, SEMA, riley hawk
Several months ago it was widely reported that new U.S. safety regulations regarding side-impact collisions threatened to possibly force Aston Martin to remove its two most profitable models (the DB9 and Vantage) coupes from the marketplace which would've had a devestating effect on the company as a whole. The company and its dealer networks rose in protest;, in an announcement released late last weekend, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) agreed and granted the British nice car maker an exemption.
Tags: aston, aston martin, db9, aston martin db9, aston martin v8 vantage, aston martin v12 vantage, nhtsa, regulations, safety regulations, exemption
Some of the glorious American muscle cars of the past have been reinvented in recent years, and it gets you thinking about what could be. There is a number of models that have been in mothballs for decades that could potentially make a comeback. One of them is the Chevy Chevelle.
While the switch to an all-aluminium body has helped the current generation Range Rover obtain a noticeable improvement in fuel efficency over its steel-bodied predcessor, the quest for efficiency is still ongoing for the company. The future could include embracing electrification and launching an EV-based variant to join the Range Rover-branded model lineup, if a new report from England is to be believed in its entirety.
Tags: Range Rover, Land Rover, Electric Range Rover, Rumors
There has been an aggressive television ad campaign airing recently that is drawing attention to the 2015 Dodge Challenger. It presents a pretty cool angle, with the Dodge brothers looking like daring, fun-loving old-school hipsters looking for automotive thrills.
The Audi R8 has been wowing us for years, and a redesigned version is expected to drop soon. But this generation of Audi’s supercar isn’t dead yet. And the latest special edition R8 is the most powerful car that Audi has ever made. Say hello, then, to the 570-hp 2015 Audi R8 Competition.
Tags: 2015 Audi R8 Competition, 2014 LA Auto Show
If you’ve watched TV in the last month, then you’ve probably seen those commercials with Matthew McConaughey riding around in a 2015 Lincoln MKC, contemplating the deeper truths of life. Well, Jim Carrey saw them too, and he teamed up with the comedic masterminds at Saturday Night Live to make some perfectly executed parodies. Prepare to laugh...
NOOOOOO!!! MONICA!!! Those were the famous words, yelled by rapper-turned-actor Ja Rule, as Paul Walker hit the NOS and flew past him in the street race scene on the first Fast & Furious movie. When the film came out in 2001, this heavily modified Integra GS-R was a rockstar in the tuner world. It graced magazine covers and served as inspiration for countless Integra-owning boy racers. And now it can be yours, if the price is right!
Tags: acura integra, fast and furious
With the recent spate of news surrounding General Motors’ Cadillac brand in regards to its new model-naming scheme, as well as its move to New York, it appears that the rapidly changing brand now wants to embark on a product expansion that would include the addition of a convertible and an entry-level compact sedan to the model lineup. Perhaps it’s a bid to open the brand to new buyers, especially buyers in the compact luxury car segment that may find the ATS too pricey for their tastes.