Genesis Goes Electric in 2025. Here’s What That Looks Like

Genesis is on the rise. The luxury automaker has been making waves in the industry under Hyundai’s wing, surprising everyone with refined drivetrains, pleasant interiors, and striking exteriors on cars like the G80. As with every other automaker, the shift towards zero emissions travel is something the brand is currently working toward with plans of an all-electric lineup by 2025. […]

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Chinese Smartphone Giant Xiaomi Wants to Make EVs

After the on-again-off-again saga of whether Apple was going to make cars with Hyundai, plus the ongoing, seemingly weekly turnaround on whether Huawei is singlehandedly destroying the automotive industry via chip wars or joining it, it’s understandable to be cynical about yet another phone manufacturer joining the EV ring. Chinese tech giant Xiaomi, though, has come out with a pretty […]

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Forza Horizon 5: Every Car Confirmed So Far

Forza Horizon 5 is the latest entry in the open-world racing franchise from Playground Games. It promises a 50% larger world map than its predecessor, set in the jungles, beaches, and cities of Mexico. Available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC, the new title promises to put players behind the wheel of a bevy of sweet performance cars, […]

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Self-Driving Toyota Shuttle Hits ‘Visually Impaired’ Pedestrian in Tokyo Olympic Village

For the Athletes’ Village at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, Toyota deployed a fleet of e-Palette all-electric and autonomous vehicles to shuttle participants to and from events. It was meant to show the future of the automaker’s mobility services. However, all e-Palette operations have been suspended after one of the vehicles collided with a pedestrian on Thursday, according […]

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Tearing Down the Tesla Model S Plaid

The Tesla Model S Plaid is a quick thing. The EV currently holds the production car quarter mile record and far eclipses the performance of previous models from the electric automaker. Now, YouTuber Rich Rebuilds has taken a Model S Plaid into the shop for a look at what’s under the hood, figuratively speaking. The video is our first clear […]

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Every Single 2019-2022 Chevy Bolt Has Now Been Recalled

Since the issue first surfaced in 2020, battery fires in the Chevrolet Bolt have become a serious thorn in GM’s side. Initially concerning vehicles built for the 2017 to 2019 model years, GM spent a full $800 million last quarter dealing with the recall. The problem is only set to worsen, however, with GM just announcing it will extend the […]

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Ford F-150's Generator Keeps Saving People From Power Outages

There’s always huge pressure on any wedding day for everything to go according to plan. Those who have attended such events know that’s rarely the case. Groom Vetrivel Chandrasekaran found himself in that very position during his August wedding, when the power was cut in the aftermath of a storm that had rolled through earlier in the day. All appeared […]

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Tesla Cybertruck Production Delayed Until 2022

It has been nearly two years since Elon Musk showed off the prototype for the unusual Cybertruck at a memorable event in Los Angeles. Since then, reservations have reportedly topped 1.2 million (per Teslarati) as the buzz continues to build for the angular pickup/SUV/futuristic vehicle.  However, everyone who has placed their $100 bet on a Cybertruck will have to wait […]

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1910 Film Camera Gets Beer-Can Lens, Goes to Junkyards in Two States

Carburetors and points ignition systems—to say nothing of hand throttles and dash-mounted ignition-timing controls—aren’t in any way superior to modern automotive hardware, but they can be a lot more fun. Well, maybe not, but that’s the logic that makes me take century-plus-old film cameras to shoot junkyard and race-track photos. The latest photographic madness took place when I picked up […]

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