Juan Ehringeras, determined to make his own electric sports, car bought a damaged Honda S2000, pulled out the standard drivetrain components and installed two electric motors and designed and built his own control pack and batteries.
Saratoga is daringly displaying BMWs from its more modern history but also vehicles from its prewar and WWII build history. Most notable of which will be the 1977 Andy Warhold M1 art car.
Even though the Infiniti Emerg-e is dead, a flagship sports car isn’t. The yet-to-be-named coupe will be aimed at what Infiniti is calling “little emperors,” wealthy 20-something who’re used to getting what they want.
Geek Squad steps down and Ford signs an agreement with a proven charging station installer, AeroVironment, a company that has so far installed more than 11,000 units across the country.
Following last year’s successful Zagato Coupe, BMW and Pininfarina once again join forces to create the Gran Lusso Coupe, which looks pretty disappointing. At least it’s got a V12 under the hood.
Powered by new high-density lithium-ion batteries, the new Mitsubishi Pikes Peak racer should be faster than ever. Perhaps more imporantantly, the Japanese automaker plans to include the new battery technology in the all-new 2015 i-MiEV electric car.
Modern hybrids in the near future will give way to “micro-hybrids,” which will operate on less power and offer higher fuel economy. We’re eager to know more but for now the new hybrid breed is a pipedream.
Lamborghini in the face of a European economic recession green lights the Urus SUV, saying “let them eat cake!” While some scoff at the Urus, we rather like it.
Having just passed his driving test in 1965, London car dealers swamped Lennon’s house and from the lot, he chose the Ferrari 330GT. If you have £220,000 to spare, this piece of motoring and music history could be yours.
With 350 horsepower and a revised chassis and suspension, the 370Z NISMO will make go at the 2013 Gumball 3000 Rally later this month piloted by – if we’re honest – a couple of Eurotrash chuckleheads.
Looking to strengthen your relationship? Well then go on a road trip! According to a YourTango and Ford survey, 77 percent of couples look forward to move trips with their significant other – especially in a Ford sedan.
GM has announced the plans to build a new super computer-based IT facility in Michigan. Amongst other bottom line-helping systems, including a simplified parts supplier payment system, the facility will also house new simulated crash test systems.
The Volvo Engine Architecture (VEA) engines have officially gone into production in Sweden. The new VEA gasoline and diesels were designed to improve driving pleasure as well as fuel economy, producing more power than previous Volvo six-cylinders and achieving…
The Elio Motors prototype will be going into production next summer. Although it only has three wheels, it’s expected to receive a 5-star crash rating along with its impressive 86mpg rating. Yet best of all, it’ll only cost $6,800.