General Motors’ continued efforts to differentiate its truck brand from the rest of its offerings are in full force this year. The automaker’s redesigned Terrain crossover has an all-new design and a transmission that set it apart from the related Chevrolet Equinox. Although they’re the same under the skin, they don’t look and feel much alike…
Okay, maybe an electric car could claim to have an even simpler layout, but let’s stick to combustion engines for argument’s sake. This Scoot Sports-built FD3S at the Rev Speed Super Battle truly shined; not only for the unrivaled beauty and ferocious performance a well modified RX-7 can have, but because of the noise it makes. […]
It’s no secret that the American buying public shuns four door sedans as if they were an especially virulent leper. Through the first 11 months of this year, the segment is off by over 300,000 units. Almost every car is down, even the spanking-new Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Reuters now reports that three of its sources […]
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and so holiday-season new-vehicle promotions are in full swing, and you’ll all but be assured of getting the best deals of the year if you know exactly when to shop.
Autoblog Editors compile a list of the least favorite cars they drove in 2017, including the Fiat 500X, BMW M240i and Ram Laramie Longhorn Southfork.
You are viewing an extremely rare 1995 Porsche 993 Carrera RS Clubsport for sale by Hexagon Classics in London. This Porsche for sale is a LHD (Left Hand Drive), has 23,500 original miles, and is 1 of just 227 cars worldwide. The exterior color is Guards Red with Black cloth interior.
Factory Options Include: RS Club Sport interior , Bucket Seats w/ Painted Seat Backs, Red Seat Belts, Air Conditioning, Red Brake Calipers, 18” Speedline Alloy Wheels, Painted Roll Cage.
Originally delivered in Stuttgart in March 1995 to specification C00, the 993 RS then went to Italy, before arriving in the UK in 2002. This represents a rare opportunity for an enthusiast or collector to own a Porsche model that is seldom offered for sale. The dealer is asking £349,995.
Beverage companies are continuing to drink Elon Musk’s Kool-Aid. A few days after Anheuser-Busch made the largest preorder of Tesla’s all-electric Semi trucks, PepsiCo swooped in with the new top order. According to Reuters, the soda and snack giant has reserved 100 Semi trucks in a bid to reduce fleet emissions and cut down on fuel costs.
Each reservation requires a $20,000 deposit, so that’s $2 million in Tesla’s bank account right now (assuming PepsiCo placed its order after Tesla raised the deposit amount from the original price of $5,000). And if the trucks end up retailing for around $150,000, that would put the company’s bill to the automaker at $15 million. (That’s if and when the trucks end up shipping — which, knowing Tesla,…