Hyundai Venue Drops Manual Due To Poor Demand

Who else wasn’t surprised? One of the most important vehicle segments in the country for the past few years has always been the crossover. Small crossovers, in particular, make up a huge chunk of vehicle sales in the United States every year. Hyundai is no stranger to this, and their smallest crossover yet, the Venue, took the fight directly to […]

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Le Mans 24 Hours: A fan’s perspective of the ultimate car event

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The world’s oldest active sports car race and most prestigious motorsport event has been held each year since 1923 in the historic French town of Le Mans. However, famed for being a 24 hour motor race aimed […]

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How To Watch The Tesla Battery Day Livestream

It’s a Musk-see event. We know you won’t want to miss Tesla’s long-awaited Battery Day event, so we wanted to make sure our readers knew how to watch it. Unlike many other livestream events, Tesla usually doesn’t allow others to embed their presentations, so it won’t be available to view on multiple sites. If you want to watch, (and we […]

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Lincoln Rules Out A New Pickup Truck For The Brand

The luxury automaker will focus on SUVs and crossovers. Anyone hoping Lincoln would resurrect the Blackwood or LT pickup are about to be disappointed. In an interview with Ford Authority, Ford VP and President of the North American region Kumar Galhotra told Ford Authority that the company has no plans for a pickup. Instead, Lincoln is going to keep its […]

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A Brief History of Overlanding — Aussie style

Overlanding has become a thing in America. Before the coronavirus pandemic tapped the brakes, people all over the country were jumping into their 4x4s and taking the road less traveled, turning away from the interstates and the neon-lit desolation of cheap hotels and fast food joints, journeying instead along the quiet back roads and trails that still crisscross the country. […]

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2020 Volkswagen Passat: Recall Alert

Vehicles Affected: Approximately 1,800 model-year 2020 Volkswagen Passat sedans The Problem: The passenger frontal airbag may have been folded incorrectly, affecting its deployment force and increasing the risk of injury. The Fix: Dealers will replace the passenger frontal airbag for free. What Owners Should Do: VW will begin notifying owners Oct. 30. Owners can call the automaker at 888-241-2289, the National […]

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Nissan Z Proto Morphs Into Controversial SUV And Sedan Fan Renderings

Impossible, or inevitable? Something monumental occurred in the auto-verse this week. A vehicle over a decade old is finally close to retirement, as evidenced by its replacement – albeit in prototype form – being revealed. Of course, we’re talking about the Nissan Z Proto, which is a near-production prototype that will replace the aged 370Z in the next couple of […]

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Remembering the Jaguar XJR9, V-12 Racer and Le Mans Winning Car

Sir John Egan, the man who pulled Jaguar out of the state-owned morass that was British Leyland, was a shrewd salesman. He knew Jaguar had enough money to launch the XJ40 sedan in 1986, but not a lot more. He realized the company’s long-term future, therefore, lay in persuading one of the global auto giants to fund the ongoing R&D […]

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