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    Why Rear-Drive Cars Struggle in Small Overlap Test

    Why Rear-Drive Cars Struggle in Small Overlap Test

    The Insurance Institute for Highway’s Safety’s (IIHS) small-overlap test is one of the hardest crash evaluations for a vehicle to pass, and interestingly, rear-wheel-drive models have a much more difficult time doing well for several reasons

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    Mercedes AMG GT Engine Revealed in Detail

    Mercedes AMG GT Engine Revealed in Detail
    Mercedes’ new sports car will be powered by a 4.0-liter biturbo V8 that cranks out 503 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. Continuing its “one man, one engine” philosophy, each engine will be hand-built in Affalterbach, Germany. If you’re keeping score, the official output means that AMG’s new, much smaller mill will make as much...

    McLaren P1 GTR Teased Ahead of Pebble Beach Debut

    McLaren P1 GTR Teased Ahead of Pebble Beach Debut
    Pushing the limits of what a production car is capable of, McLaren has released a teaser image of its upcoming track focused P1 GTR. Taking the McLaren P1 to an even higher level, the GTR model will be based off the street legal model but designed exclusively for track use. McLaren says owners of this...

    Chevrolet Sonic EV Being Developed with 200-Mile Range

    Chevrolet Sonic EV Being Developed with 200-Mile Range
    Chevrolet is preparing to add another electric vehicle to its lineup. According to The Truth About Cars, Chevy is working on an all-electric Sonic with 200 miles of range that will arrive sometime in 2016. The new model will be built in Michigan and will likely utilize a new battery that LG Chem is currently developing....

    2015 Volkswagen Golf, GTI Recalled for Steering Issue

    2015 Volkswagen Golf, GTI Recalled for Steering Issue
    Following a stop-sale order earlier this month, Volkswagen has now issued a recall for its Golf and GTI models. A total of 2,001 units of the Golf and GTI vehicles are being recalled to fix a steering issue where the stabilizer link fasteners may come loose and possibly interfere with with the steering of the...

    Formula 1 Returns to Mexico Next Year

    Formula 1 Returns to Mexico Next Year
    After 23 years, Formula 1 will be returning to Mexico in 2015. The event, which will take place at the 2.747-mile Mexico City Circuit, was originally on this year’s provisional calendar but failed to secure a slot this season. Speaking at a press conference in Mexico, Bernie Ecclestone said: “I feel it is the right...

    Nissan Note Nismo Coming This Fall in Japan

    Nissan Note Nismo Coming This Fall in Japan
    Nissan’s latest Nismo-tuned product is small, slick-looking and not slated to be sold in the U.S. The company officially revealed the Nismo Note today ahead of its planned sales debut this fall ins Japan. Details about the car are being kept secret for now, but Nissan said says it plans to offer two versions: the...

    2015 Kia Soul Adds Nappa Leather, Gets Small Price Bump

    2015 Kia Soul Adds Nappa Leather, Gets Small Price Bump
    The 2015 Kia Soul will be $200 more expensive than the 2014 model. Starting from $15,900 including destination, the 2015 Kia Soul Base model now adds an option for the Korean automaker’s new UVO eServices Package. The free subscription telematics service will be available to new buyers for 10 years or 100,000 miles. The UVO...

    Aston Martin Lagonda Super Sedan Revealed, But You Can’t Have it

    Aston Martin Lagonda Super Sedan Revealed, But You Can’t Have it
    Aston Martin has announced the return of the Lagonda nameplate with a new limited edition super saloon, but there’s a catch. Several actually. Not only will the new Lagonda be offered in limited edition, it won’t be offered for sale in North America, or Europe, or even China. That’s right, the brand’s new ultra-expensive four-door...

    BMW Planning i9 Supercar to Mark Centenary: Report

    BMW Planning i9 Supercar to Mark Centenary: Report
    Companies love to celebrate anniversaries, and apparently BMW has something pretty special planned for its 100th birthday. According to Auto Motor und Sport, BMW’s followup to the legendary M1 supercar may be coming in 2016 with an i9 badge on it, a name which the German company has trademarked. The i9 will be BMW’s new halo sports car,...

    Hot Wheels Joins the Dark Side with Darth Vader Car

    Die-cast car maker Hot Wheels has taken one of its latest toy cars and blown it up into a life-size version, complete with a Chevy V8.  A collaboration between Hot Wheels and LucasFilm has resulted in an all-new lineup of Star Wars inspired toy cars, one of which the company decided to make into a...

    Why Rear-Drive Cars Struggle in Small Overlap Test

    Why Rear-Drive Cars Struggle in Small Overlap Test
    The Insurance Institute for Highway’s Safety’s (IIHS) small-overlap test is one of the hardest crash evaluations for a vehicle to pass, and interestingly, rear-wheel-drive models have a much more difficult time doing well for several reasons. What makes this test so tough is that vehicles are run at 40 mph into a five-foot-tall rigid barrier,...

    GM Second Quarter Profits Eviscerated by Recall Costs

    GM Second Quarter Profits Eviscerated by Recall Costs
    Despite strong underlying performance, recall-related costs continued to rip cash away from General Motors in the second quarter. The company said today in a statement that earnings before interest and taxes were $1.4 billion, but attributed $1.2 billion in recall related expenses to a net income of only $200 million down from 1.2 billion in...

    Ford Posts 1.3B Net Income in Second Quarter

    Ford Posts 1.3B Net Income in Second Quarter
    Ford announced the results of its second quarter earnings today, marking the Dearborn automaker’s 20th consecutive quarter of profitability. The company released its Q2 results today, announcing that it had a pre-tax profit of $2.6 billion. That marks an increase of $44 million over the same period last year and a net income of $1.3...

    2016 Acura NSX Burns to the Ground on the Nurburgring

    2016 Acura NSX Burns to the Ground on the Nurburgring
    Something went horribly wrong when Acura took the new NSX out for testing on the Nurburgring. The company took its prototype mid-engined hybrid supercar out for testing at the famous German track this week and it didn’t go well. Word from our spy photographer is that the driver wasn’t harmed, but the same is – obviously...

    Dodge Challenger Gets Mopar Shaker Hood Accessory

    Dodge Challenger Gets Mopar Shaker Hood Accessory
    Don’t worry about trading in your Challenger if you’ve got a little bit of buyer’s remorse after seeing the new Shaker model because the retro style is only an upgrade away. Mopar’s parts division has revealed a new Shaker Hood Kit for the Dodge Challenger equipped with a 5.7-liter HEMI V8, which will be a...

    Car Reviews

    2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Review

    2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Review

    Since the regular Nissan Juke NISMO wasn’t crazy enough, Nissan has given the company’s little crocodile-looking crossover even more.

    2014 Kia Forte5 Review

    The Forte5 might seem like it has everything: comfort, convenience and power, but is that enough to take the focus away from class-leaders?

    2014 Jaguar XKR-S Review

    The XK has come to the end of the road and will cease production at year’s end. At least a trio of hot RS models won’t let us soon forget it.

    2015 Lexus NX Review

    A bit late to the party, Lexus is finally entering the crowded premium compact crossover segment with the all-new NX.
    2015 MINI Cooper Hardtop Review

    2015 MINI Cooper Hardtop Review

    With a turbocharged three-cylinder engine and a long list of available features, the MINI Cooper Hardtop presents a different class of subcompact car.