We got behind the wheel of BMW Group’s latest hardware at their Spartanburg, South Carolina test facility an put their 2020 wares to the test. The biggest standouts were the M8, an Alpina, the Mini JCW Clubman, and a very dark Rolls Royce. Here's our complete rundown.
A couple months ago, award-winning engine builder Stephan Papadakis gave himself a challenge: to get 1,000 horsepower out of the new Toyota-BMW B58 engine found in the 2020 Toyota Supra. We talked to Papadakis after his successful run to see what's next.
The Taycan Turbo has been slowly trickling into Europe and America, but they are still exceedingly rare. The 4S model that was just announced is rarer still, as it is not even released yet. We got our first chance to look the model over, inside and out, and record our first impressions.
We’ve previously taken a look at the Bollinger trucks at their headquarters and walked around the vehicles with the founding team and engineers, but now we’ve gotten our greasy little auto-journalist hands over both the prototypes, poked and prodded, and generally did our level best to break things on these Tonka trucks.
Electric powertrains? Check. Over-the-air software updates? Present. Cutting-edge infotainment systems? Yep. Maserati is making big investments to overhaul its product portfolio between 2020 and 2023, and it's using tech to develop it all.
Audi has pioneered countless technological advancements and improvements, from safety systems to vehicle construction methods. But good lord do they like themselves some headlights. Audi has easily been the most influential headlight maker - weird flex, I know - and now they are back with frickin laser headlights.
The Lamborghini story begins with angry words between Enzo Ferrari and Ferruccio Lamborghini and ends with a company that currently creates some of the most exciting and revolutionary technologies is all the car world. Their Museum is a perfect place for a trip down a technological memory lane.
The good old internal combustion engine has been powering the world for over a century now, and despite the much-needed technological advancements in electric vehicles, gasoline power is not going away anytime soon. These new technologies will keep our gas-powered engines going into the future.
The 2019 LA Auto Show is this week and it brings with it a whole host of reveals, announcements, and surprises. We will be there to bring you all the news as it happens, as well as getting in-depth with the most important new cars.
Trucks are more expensive than they’ve ever been, but that hasn’t done a thing to slow Americans’ growing demand for more and better pickups. Trucks are also more advanced, safer, and more comfortable than they’ve ever been, thanks in large part to widespread use of new technologies and better construction materials.