Three of the United States' biggest airlines found the uncertified parts in their planes.
The state is looking at instituting “zero-emission zones” soon. The state of California is looking seriously at instituting or allowing local governments to institute zero-emission zones in the near future. In preparation for such a move, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) reportedly is gathering information about classic cars and how their owners use them. We knew something like this was coming to the US and California would likely be first, but this is still concerning. Check out anothe
Apocalypse Manufacturing built the truck and wants to become the official upfitter of Rivian, similar to Shelby for Ford.
There is no car on sale that’s like Porsche’s long-lived and much-lauded 911. Partly that’s because it’s the only car you can buy new today in the US with a rear-mounted internal combustion engine but also, very few cars have had the continuous, incremental improvement that the 911 has over the decades.
The price cuts already have some consumers weighing their options.
For the first time in several years, car prices are actually cooling, and dealers and manufacturers are once again offering cash incentives for new vehicle purchases. With the inflationary explosion we’ve seen in the last three years, it’s nice to have a slight reprieve, despite the fact that average transaction prices nearly reached $50,000 at their peak, and remain about 25% higher than they were prior to the 2020 industry shakeup. There are a bunch of reasons for that, including waning demand
“Get with the times.”
Eight people were recently taken to the hospital after a JetBlue Airlines plane encountered "sudden severe turbulence" early Monday as it neared Florida, the airline confirmed to ABC News. Last month, 14 people were injured after a Delta Air Lines plane experienced sudden turbulence on approach to Atlanta, Georgia. In August, two flight attendants were injured after a United Airlines flight from Newark, New Jersey, to Punta Cana experienced turbulence.
It's a clash of the titans.
“I haven’t spent a dime in seven years.”
A crash involving multiple vehicles, including a CHP patrol car, sent several people to the hospital early Sunday morning. The collision occurred in the eastbound lanes of the 101 Freeway near the Hayvenhurst Avenue exit in Encino just after 12:40 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol. It happened immediately after a CHP officer had […]
The pandemic threw every economic sector for a loop, but the automotive industry was impacted heavily as supply-related shutdowns slowed global assembly lines and made new vehicles scarce and costly....
A few years ago, Toyota ran an advertising campaign in America for the Camry (bear with me here). The ad took a series of Camry-owning families that, despite owning several models of this quintessentially dull saloon, had never actually sold one. When they wanted a new one, they simply shuffled their existing fleet down one layer of the family pecking order. By the time it got to ‘the pool-guy’ end of the chain, some of those cars were still doing their job and approaching a million miles on the
Porsche's GT division has created an even more perfect 911 spec. But as ever, it comes at a steep price.
“Our hearts are shattered for the loss of this family.”
The animated sedan made an appearance in a Toyota marketing video about buying versus leasing.
The ban on new petrol and diesel cars is officially set to come into force in 2035, after Rishi Sunak knocked back the net zero deadline by five years.
The weekend crash between a train and an SUV that killed six people in Florida happened at a private road crossing where little more than a sign or two is required — no crossing gates, no flashing lights, no warning sound. The Federal Railroad Administration reports there are more than 80,000 such crossings in the U.S. and has recommended installation of uniform, easy-to-understand warning signs, though officials often have no jurisdiction over the private crossings. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said that just before 7 p.m., a Cadillac Escalade driven by Jose G. Hernandez, 52, crossed the tracks into the path of a CSX train going 55 mph (88 kph).
Nissan’s Z isn’t exactly a revolutionary car, even for a brand not known for refreshing its product more than once every couple of decades, but when it debuted, it definitely got people all fired up. Part of that, I suspect, is that many folks have a soft spot for Z cars and others just like anything that’s rear-wheel drive and available with a manual transmission.
Arriving in November, the battery-electric i7 M70 forsakes Bavaria’s legacy for lithe, agile, glorious driving machines. The sedan tips the scales at 5929 pounds.