This Ford GT Has Fewer Miles Than You Walk in a Day — And a Huge Price

It's not uncommon for a few modern speculators to buy rare models and then park them in hopes of profiting off vehicles with nearly no mileage. This 2006 Ford GT will test the market at Auctions America this weekend looking for half a million dollars — in return for a tiny number on the odometer.

  • 2016 Dodge Caravan Confirmed By Spy Shots

    Chrysler plans to launch a new version of its iconic minivan next year — and today spy shots confirmed the Dodge Caravan would live on as well.

  • 2015 Saleen Mustang S302 Black Label Arrives as a 750-hp Hellcat Killer

    Leave it to tuner Steve Saleen to put the Mustang head-to-head with the Dodge Challenger's supercharged kitty

  • DeltaWing unveils new GT race car, paves way for street version

    The DeltaWing has been one of the most innovative motorsports stories in years, proving that you don't need silly horsepower numbers to be fast. That car competes in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship in the prototype class, as well as at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. But this weird looking…

  • Tesla promises "auto-steering" update to Model S; adds range assurance app

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk contends the Model S is more of a computer on wheels than a traditional car — and plans to demonstrate that through an upcoming series of downloads.

  • This Mercedes Pickup is Either Awesome or an April Fools’ Joke

    Yeah yeah, I get it, April Fools’ Day is right around the corner. And every year automakers do something to mess with the masses — though, this Mercedes midsize pickup is actually cool enough to be real. Which it might be. The sketch you see here comes straight from Mercedes-Benz, and while I still…

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  • More than a mom wagon? The Mercedes-Benz ML250 BlueTEC.

    It’s hard to get excited about the Mercedes-Benz ML. It’s a car for the Lululemon/spiced pumpkin latte/jogging stroller set – a car for those who have given up corporate life to blog about how being a parent makes them the Most Important Person in the World
  • Tesla Wins In Georgia, Loses In West Virginia

    For Tesla fans below the Mason-Dixon line, we have good news and bad news, courtesy of Auto News. Since it's Friday, we'll start with the good news:  Georgia has passed a bill that (a) increases the number of outlets that Tesla can operate in the state and (b) allows the automaker to sell an…

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  • The Five Most Ignorant Media Myths About Electric Cars

    We spend more time than we probably should in grumbling at media coverage of plug-in electric cars. Journalists try to get it right, in general, but often the specific and complex issues around electric cars, who buys them, and how they're really used get lost or ignored in general reporting. At…

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  • The Facebook Drone That Could Change the Internet

    Mark Zuckerburg is ready to spread the time suck that is Facebook to the 10 percent of the world without Internet access. But in a really cool way that makes one want to play Candy Crush just to support the endeavor. Facebook has unveiled a solar-powered drone that has successfully completed…

  • The Groovy Holden Commodore Sandman and Its Shag Seats Returns

    If Austin Powers ever made it down to Australia, this is probably the car he’d drive. Holden is bringing back the Commodore Sandman for a limited run of just 250 units in an attempt to help jolt attention and sales before the Commo bows out in 2017. And, yes, they come with shag-covered seats. The

  • Meet The Mufflers - An All-Female Motorcycle Group

    Meet "The Mufflers"—an all female riding group that believes in safety, education, confidence and empowerment for women
  • VW Bus Hybrid That Never Was: The Microbus Prototype Of 1977

    Now, a Volkswagen bus from almost 40 years ago has surfaced to prove the point. While hybrid cars have only emerged as a practical alternative to straight internal-combustion over the past 15 years, this recent success was proceeded by decades of experimentation. Perusing a 1979 book titled The…

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  • Previews from McLaren, Lexus, Cadillac set stage for New York auto show

    The 115th annual New York auto show starts next week -- we'll see new cars from McLaren and Cadillac, not to mention exciting updates, from a hybrid Toyota RAV4 to a new Nissan Maxima.

  • IL Suspends Clean-Car Rebates; GA Tax Credit In Trouble Too; Texas Next?

    State tax credits and purchase rebates have proven effective in kickstarting the early market for plug-in electric cars and other green vehicles. Then there's Texas, where a purchase-rebate program expires exacly three months from now. In Illinois, Governor Bruce Rauner is under extreme pressure…

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  • Watch this Dodge Ram Out-Sprint a Nissan GT-R

    If you turn up to the drag strip in a pickup truck, you’re either (A) incredibly confident in the stock power of your big V8 or turbodiesel, or (B) behind the wheel of a knockout-punching sleeper. Today, we can positively say that this Dodge is from the latter camp.  Meet the ‘Ramaro’, a…

  • Toyota Previews New TNGA Modular Platform

    Toyota is implementing a raft of measures to ensure it remains among the top automakers not only in terms of volume but profitability, too. Toyota already uses modular platforms but is taking things a step further with the TNGA, particularly in the area of strategic sharing of parts and powertrain…

  • Daimler Unveils SuperTruck; 12-MPG Semi Is More Than Twice As Fuel-Efficient

    Heavy-duty trucks make up a fairly small percentage of the traffic on U.S. roads, but they cover many more miles each year than the average passenger car--with much worse fuel economy.

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