Loaded with tech, light on its feet, and lovely to look at, behold, the new SL.
The seventh-generation SL has arrived to prove once and for all that the V8-powered roadster isn't dead. Making this point required undergoing a significant transformation: the SL now comes from Affalterbach rather than Stuttgart and it will exclusively be marketed by Mercedes-AMG. In recent decades, the SL has been more of a grand tourer than a true sports car.
After a decade of fading relevance, the Mercedes SL is back in a major way
Mercedes changes up the formula, switching to all-wheel drive, 2+2 seating, and a soft top.
With the auto industry pivoting toward complete electrification, it shouldn't be surprising that the development of new hybrid cars has basically screeched to a halt. Toyota/Lexus makes the bulk of them, while only Honda, Hyundai, Kia and Ford offer them at all.
This collection of Oldsmobiles is not one you’ll want to pass on!
Despite being developed by AMG, the new SL is about more than performance.
This classic Pontiac muscle car needs a little paint work, making it an excellent project car candidate.
Only 5,148 of these examples were produced for the U.S. market.
Bimmerpost forum user ynguldyn, who regularly comes up with reliable gossip on what other forum members can look forward to from the Munich automaker, dropped a few tidbits on two much anticipated vehicles: the next-generation G87-series M2, and the first-generation G09-series XM, the luxury SUV once called the X8 that will be built at BMW's Spartanburg, South Carolina plant. The models are anticipated for different reasons; the M2 because it remains BMW's spiritual successor to the still-revered M3 models that BMW is beginning to wear like an albatross, the XM because it could be a cash cow that pays for BMW to keep doing fun BMW-like things. The internal name for the XM is supposedly "Project Rockstar."
The final drawing takes place on January 10, 2022. The cars are the 53, 66,67,69, 76, 81.
The Chrysler Voyager is going fleet-only for 2022 while the standard 2022 Pacifica picked up some price hikes and some gains and losses in the equipment department. Time to dish on the 2022 Pacifica Hybrid, which, unsurprisingly, follows the majority of the non-hybrid Pacifica template. Mopar Insiders got info on pricing for the revisions Chrysler made to the lineup.
We spy the distinct possibility of a more sports-utilitarian future for the supercar specialist. All the other elite car companies are doing it, after all.
Like the original Cayenne, the 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E draws inspiration from the general concept and styling cues of its iconic namesake, and then applies it to a more practical and popular body style. In the meantime, we're just going to appreciate what the Mach-E is: a well-executed EV with compelling performance and character. Now, choosing a Mustang Mach-E can be complicated given the multiple trim levels, battery packs and the fact that adding all-wheel drive also ups performance.
Q&A: NASCAR's sports betting czar dishes on plans to make betting more accessible to race fans and more
Since taking the wheel of NASCAR’s sports betting initiatives in March, Joe Solosky has overseen the expansion of one of the racing organization’s sportsbook sponsorships, helped bring another partner aboard, worked with broadcasters to integrate betting content, strived to educate fans, and guided the sport into states where sports betting is close to being legalized. […]
The outgoing Outlander PHEV had a 13.8-kWh battery pack good for 22 to 24 miles of all-electric range. The capacity increase is about 45%, so applying that to the miles, we're expecting somewhere around 32 to 35 miles of electric range. Mitsubishi also noted that the gas tank has expanded, too, so the Outlander PHEV's overall range should increase.
Jamie Little, Greg Walter and Curtis Francois have been selected as the finalists for the Comcast Community Champion of the Year award.
Toyota have officially announced that the all-new 2022 GR 86 sill start at $27,700. That figure is $295 cheaper than the equivalent Subaru BRZ model.
The Toyota-badged rear-wheel-drive sports car starts at $28,725, undercutting its Subaru twin by $230.
Gearwrench will serve as a primary sponsor for five races on Kevin Harvick's car during the 2022 season.