The new Mustang is a crowd pleaser, blending retro design touches with the latest performance technology. Shelby versions of Ford’s famous filly promise to deliver even more speed, kicking this hallowed nameplate squarely into the sports-car fray. Continue Reading...
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Mercedes-Benz is planning to make performance products with a tri-star badge available to a wider range of people. Continue Reading...
Audi revealed new lightweight suspension springs today that it says will be used on an “upper mid-sized model” by the end of the year. Continue Reading...
Isuzu is recalling 8,816 SUVs spread across the 2003 Rodeo Sport, 2003 to 2004 Rodeo and Axiom because the forward mounting point for the lower link of the rear suspension might corrode. Continue Reading...
Is there a place on the market for a performance-oriented crossover? Nissan sure thinks so with its Juke NISMO RS. Continue Reading...
Nissan markets the Juke as a fun-to-drive crossover and while that is certainly the case, it’s still far from a performance product and the company is hoping to change that. Continue Reading...
Scion product sales are struggling across the board… with one exception. Continue Reading...
General Motors released new details today about how it plans to distinguish the Cadillac ELR from its peasant cousin: the Chevrolet Volt. Continue Reading...
You may have heard that the Dodge Viper is a car that wants to kill you, but in at least two cases that might actually be true. Continue Reading...
No doubt it’s a question on anyone’s mind who bought a Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S this year: when will there be a higher-performing version? Continue Reading...
Dominating one side of Ford’s exhibit at this year’s SEMA Show, Ford’s trio of modified trucks stands out next to loads of Focus STs, Mustangs and more. Continue Reading...
Police cruisers need to be tougher than most, which is why it’s especially surprising that 1,713 police-spec Chevrolet Impalas ranging from model years 2008 to 2012 are being recalled for having faulty front suspensions. Continue Reading...
Successful sales and popularity characterize the Lexus RX line of crossovers, but one area they have never excelled is, well, acceleration — or any aspect of performance driving. Lexus hopes to change all that by offering its RX 350 F Sport, which just debuted at the New York Auto Show where Mark Templin, Lexus group vice president… Continue Reading...
Not so long ago, the only bit of technology found in a car was the stereo system, but nowadays cars are becoming more and more complex and are offering technologies most of us cannot even dream about. One of the technology leaders is the German car firm Audi. Its cars are getting more and more… Continue Reading...
Mercedes-Benz will replace its current Active Body Control with a new system to improve ride and handling, under the name “Magic Body Control”. The system is based on a 20 year old technology that originated in high-level auto racing, until it was banned for being too potent. “It had its first try back at the… Continue Reading...
While most of the popular aftermarket manufacturers in Japan are welcoming the hybrid craze with open arms, Spoon Sports has been quiet as of late. This can mostly be attributed to the fact that Spoon focuses and specializes with the Honda platform, and quite honestly, Honda hasn’t had an attractive enough hybrid platform in the… Continue Reading...