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Beethoven, Pavarotti and Nikolaus Otto?
It’s hard to beat the noises a well-designed, high-performance engine makes; experiencing this is of life’s great pleasures, especially when it isn’t adulterated by restrictive exhaust systems or synthesized bullshit piped through a vehicle’s speakers.
You Get What You Pay For
Residual value is one of the most important factors to consider when obtaining a new vehicle, especially if you plan on leasing. How much it’s worth at the end of the contract has a huge impact on how much you’ll be paying each month. Which cars on the market today hold their value best? The folks at ALG have it all figured out. In no particular order, here they are.
Digital gauge clusters are more than just a replacement for the analogue dials we’re used to.
A former race car driver who was paralyzed in an accident will get to return to the track at the Indy 500 once again.
These are the announcements and debuts we're looking forward to most
The New York Auto Show kicks off Tuesday night with a series of pre-show events followed by the press days on Wednesday and Thursday.
There are certainly surprises coming, but even some of the already-announced debuts are exciting. Here’s what AutoGuide.com is looking forward to most next week.
The 2015 Corvette Stingray will automatically be better than the 2014 model.
There’s a new mid-engined supercar in town and it hails from Great Britain, but it’s not from the likes of Aston Martin, Bentley or even Noble.
Eight rare cars were damaged when a sinkhole opened up underneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY recently, and the museum plans to display the wrecked cars, damage and all.
A large sinkhole that opened up under the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky. managed to ruin a collection of rare Corvettes, and now there is video evidence of the event.
A sinkhole that opened early this morning under the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky. damaged the facility and consumed eight cars.