British supercar maker, Radical, offers its most technologically advanced road-going supercar ever: the RXC. Powered by a 380-horsepower Ford-sourced V6, the RXC will make a 0-62 sprint in 2.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 175mph.
One of the coolest General Motors cars that Americans can’t get has set a new lap record at the Nurburgring in Germany. The Holden VF SS V Redline Ute might be built for Australian hillbillies but it’s one quick utility coupe.
Ford piqued our interest with a new press release about the use of thermal imaging to improve vehicle interior quietness. Then we saw the accompanying video and wondered if we were getting Punk’d.
Peugeot isn’t doing so well. Rather than simply go belly-up, the family controlling Peugeot is reportedly offering the reigns to General Motors, a seven-percent shareholder in the floundering French automaker.
Nissan virtually unveils its all-electric 2014 Le Mans racecar, which Nissan says will hit speeds upwards of 186mph. Nissan hopes this racecar will singlehandedly reshape public perception around electric vehicles.
Replacing the G model, the new Q50 has been priced starting at $36,700 with a Hybrid model starting at $48,150. While that seems reasonable on the surface, we’ll have to withhold judgment until we’ve driven it.
New research has shown that graphene-based hydrogen catalysts out perform the far more expensive platinum-based units. Not only do these experiments represent cost savings, they also make hydrogen fuel cells more efficient.
It’s a sad day for Audi fanboys. The German automaker has decided to scrap its hypercar plans and instead focus on something a bit more pressing. What is more pressing than a 550-horsepower hypercar? We haven’t the foggiest.
The Monte Carlo Automobile Racasse supercar isn’t a standout in any real way. You’ll have to forgive us, but we like it anyhow. It just looks right – it looks like the way a supercar should.=
Battery developers have created a new, inexpensive and easily recycled battery for hybrid cars called the lead-carbon battery, based upon the widely used lead-acid battery. Able to withstand over 100,000 miles of abuse, lead-carbon batteries are ideal for…
Two academic papers and some counter terrorism reports suggest that automotive hacking isn’t just possible it might already be here and taking lives. With cellular and wi-fi becoming prevalent in modern cars, remote automotive hacking is something to be…
Do you have everything, including a mullet and a beer belly? Well, your life is about to get that much sweeter as Trans Am Depot has a new-gen GTO dropping for 2014.
The 2014 S-Class will offer something for everybody with four body styles including a coupe, a convertible, and an extra-long wheelbase version called the Pullman. No word yet on a 'Paxton' model.
Amusing as it may be, Nissan North America is pushing to make the LEAF as inexpensive as it can. Across the Pacific, however, Nissan is doing the opposite in Japan, creating ways to make the LEAF more expensive, distinctive.
After the crushing failure of the HS 250h model, it seemed Lexus had given up on the entry-level game. Not so, apparently, as the Japanese auto giant has a new turbocharged engine and NX model planned for launch in 2015.