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It appears as though General Motors didn’t kill all of the electric cars.
The Benz was outfitted with onboard radar detection, an aircraft tracker, and the Waze app.
Anyone else notice Tesla’s Cybertruck lacks windshield wipers?
You might think the Corolla is one of Toyota’s most vanilla products, but there have been some sweet ones.
A video of the Cybertruck dragging a helpless F-150 spurred Ford to respond, and the game is on.
It was the throw seen round the world—and Elon Musk has an explanation for the shattering performance.
Kia’s new Seltos is bigger than the related Hyundai Kona, but slightly less funky.
Did you know that the Suburban is the longest-surviving nameplate in automotive history?
The resurrected Morris Commercial, Ltd. wants to sell you a retro, eco-friendly lil’ bugger.
Because your robot car should inform you it is about to go “kablooey” before fleeing your location.
Ford confirms that its all-new, fully electric crossover will wear the iconic Mustang name.
The Bronco R is insane, but several things are pulled straight from the production Bronco.
The one thing keeping the Corvette from greatness has been thoroughly rectified.
GM executive Mark Reuss bypassed the design team to make it happen.
You can buy a scale model of the Batmobile from when Batman wasn’t as moody as he is today.
Oh, and this beastliest of M2s is offered with a manual transmission, too.
Hellwig Products transformed the Ranger into a budget-effective overland truck.
Wisconsin-based SpeedKore Performance Group throws everything at the four-door Charger.
A breathalyzer result can have ruinous consequences, but what if it’s incorrect?
Road safety is up in general, but statistics for truckers and non-vehicular traffic aren’t looking good.