Jason Siu
Jason has been shooting cars since before digital cameras were invented but has taken a passion to writing over the past decade. His previous work experience includes being the West Coast Editor of Modified Magazine and contributing editor for Modified Luxury & Exotics and Modified Mustangs. He also has two published Cartech Books, How To Rebuild A Honda B-Series Engine and How To Digitally Photograph Cars.

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Evenflo Embrace Child Seats Recalled

Evenflo Embrace Child Seats Recalled
The Evenflo Embrace 35 child-safety seat has been recalled. According to the recall notice, several Evenflo Embrace 35 models have been affected by the recall, which totals 202,346 rear-facing infant-safety seats. All recalled seats are equipped with an AmSafe QT1 buckle with the following model numbers: 30711365, 31511040, 31511323, 31511400, 3151198, 3151953, 31521138, 46811205, 46811237, 48111200,...

Porsche Readying Tesla Model S Fighter

Porsche Readying Tesla Model S Fighter
The world is definitely changing when you hear that Porsche is developing an all-electric car. The German automaker is currently in the early stages of development for an EV that will target the Tesla Model S and will be a new dedicated fifth model range slotting beneath the existing Panamera. While details on Porsche’s first...

BMW Promises More Distinct Styling in the Future

BMW Promises More Distinct Styling in the Future
You’re not the only one if you think the majority of BMW models are starting to look too much alike. The German automaker plans on differentiating the styling of its next-generation 1, 3, 5 and 7 Series models by evolving its design language. Karim Habib, BMW brand design director, acknowledges that the models need to...

Semi-Autonomous Driving System Announced by Honda

Semi-Autonomous Driving System Announced by Honda
Honda is getting ready to launch a new advanced driver-assistance system. Honda Sensing is an advanced driver assistance system that will come on the all-new Legend in Japan before the end of this year before heading to other models in the future. Developed with safety in mind in hopes of helping prevent accidents and collisions,...

Toyota Previews 2014 SEMA Show Projects

Toyota Previews 2014 SEMA Show Projects
Toyota has a fine lineup heading to Las Vegas this year for the annual SEMA Show. Giving the media a preview of what’s to come at a special event in Los Angeles, the Japanese automaker unveiled a collection of vehicles ranging from its TRD lineup of SUVs and pickup trucks to customized Sienna minivans. Toyota...

2018 Jeep Wrangler NOT Going Unibody

2018 Jeep Wrangler NOT Going Unibody
Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts can let out a sigh of relief, for now. According to a recent report from Automotive News, the next-generation Wrangler will remain body-on-frame instead of moving to unibody construction. As a result, production of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler will remain at the Toledo, Ohio plant since the off-roader will continue to feature a...

2015 Chrysler 200 Earns Five-Star Overall Safety Rating

2015 Chrysler 200 Earns Five-Star Overall Safety Rating
The 2015 Chrysler 200 continues to excel at crash tests. The 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan has earned a five-star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), scoring five stars in the following areas: frontal collision, side-impact simulating a two-vehicle collision and side-impact simulating a single-vehicle collision with a pole. It earned...

Fisker, Galpin Unveiling Vehicle at LA Auto Show

Fisker, Galpin Unveiling Vehicle at LA Auto Show
Henrik Fisker is returning to the big stage at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. After struggling to turn a company with his own name into a success, Fisker has teamed up with the folks at Galpin Motors to unveil a new car in L.A. What sort of car? Well, it’s anyone’s guess at the...

Custom Kia K900 Previewed for SEMA

Custom Kia K900 Previewed for SEMA
Kia has previewed another of its SEMA-bound projects, a custom K900. As part of its “A Day at the Races” theme for this year’s show in Las Vegas, the Korean automaker will showcase a modified K900 with a custom, one-off body kit featuring carbon fiber inserts. The rest of the car’s exterior has been painted...

2015 VW e-Golf Named Most Efficient in Compact EV Segment

2015 VW e-Golf Named Most Efficient in Compact EV Segment
Volkswagen’s first full-electric vehicle for the U.S. is also the most efficient in its class. The 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf has received a 126-MPGe city, 105-MPGe highway rating from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), giving it a combined score of 116-MPGe. The EPA also gave it an estimated range of 83 miles, helping make the e-Golf...

Trion Nemesis to Reach Production in 2016

Trion Nemesis to Reach Production in 2016
Get ready for an American 2,000-hp supercar heading for production in 2016. The Trion Nemesis packing a 9.0-liter twin-turbo V8 is scheduled to be built in January 2016 as it looks to best some of Europe’s quickest supercars including the Bugatti Veyron and Koenigsegg One:1 according to a report from Autocar . With a reported top...

Hot Wheels Rip Rod Unleashes Ford EcoBoost Power

Hot Wheels Rip Rod Unleashes Ford EcoBoost Power
The Hot Wheels Rip Rod is finally alive! First shown as a static show car at last year’s SEMA Show, the Ford Racing team in the U.S. and Europe both worked with Bandito Brothers to integrate the American automaker’s 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine to bring the Rip Rod to life. Designed and built by Mattel and...
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