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The chief engineer who got the Corvette right.
In the real world, Scott Settlemire is a midlevel, fifty-nine-year-old General Motors lifer who manages auto shows.
In 2003, BYD chairman Wang Chuanfu, then 36, bought a car company, gave it the BYD name, set up an R&D team of 3000 engineers, and on December 15, 2008, put the world’s first plug-in electric car on the market.
The future is in their hands – a profile of seven of Detroit’s top young car designers.
For more than half a century, John Delamater was the go-to guy for collectors looking for rare Ferraris at a fair price.
Toward the end of our Mini Cooper’s time with us, I drove it to Indianapolis for the U.S. Grand Prix with the Lad, a.k.a. my son, Cameron. He wanted to go because Michael Schumacher is his hero, and I wanted to go because I love the cars and the noise they mak
Poor Mazda. The Japanese automaker long ago assumed the role of perennial also-ran to market leaders Toyota and Honda, as its lineup of capable but unassuming vehicles just never raised the brand to top-tier status. Sure, there has been the odd product that pi
The lap of luxury: on road and on track, the new Acura RL is a real class act.
As the new Cadillac STS breaks with the past, ditching an old name is just the beginning.
Check out this photo gallery featuring Blood, Sweat and Gears. – Automobile Magazine