It wasn’t very long ago that Tesla’s advanced driver assistance system was about as good as it got compared to what other automakers had to offer. Even as recently as 2020, Consumer Reports ranked Autopilot second among all the systems it tested. But the fact that it was considered good compared to the competition at one point doesn’t mean other automakers can’t get better. And it seems they have.
Honda finally seems tired of lagging behind in the EV game, and it is now creating a new division to remedy that. The automaker is reportedly overhauling its organizational structure in order to strengthen its electric vehicle future in hopes get some of that sweet electric vehicle market share pie, as well as continue to compete with their U.S. and European rivals, Reuters reports.
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The campground at Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu, California is lovely, but you’re not exactly roughing it. There are park restrooms with indoor plumbing and a Starbucks 10 minutes down the road. Each campsite has a fire pit with a built-in cooking grate and there’s a cute little store where a disaffected local teenager will sell you firewood, medicine, snacks and booze. Every night, you can catch a postcard-worthy sunset on the beach of the Pacific Ocean. It’s camping for people who don’t to
Several models are now hybrid-only, so we thought we'd illustrate what the new Accord's various trims—including LX, EX, Sport, and Touring—look like. A new Honda Accord is always a big deal, and now that the 2023 model is starting to reach dealerships, we thought we'd take a closer look at its reconfigured lineup. The basic trim-level names are familiar from before—LX, EX, Sport, and Touring—but there are now certain trims that come only as hybrids.
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An American automobile with performance untouched by any supercar.
Impending TV deal could lead to a re-work of Briscoe's long-term deal with Stewart-Haas Racing.
While Andretti Global might be the name of Andretti Autosport’s parent company and its potential Formula 1 entry, Michael Andretti wants Global to carry as much meaning as his family’s name in the organization’s identity. In the build-up to the Rolex 24 at Daytona, Andretti told Motorsport.com, “With our new partners that we have with Andretti Global, our goal is to be in every major racing event in the world, and obviously Le Mans is one of the big ones. So, down the road, we definitely want to
It’s been a rough couple of months for comedian and automotive icon Jay Leno. Just a few months ago he sustained third-degree burns to his face after a fire broke out at his garage in Burbank, California. Now, he is once again recovering after a motorcycle accident left him with several broken bones.
The automaker plans to test solid-state batteries in cars this year. But when will we see EVs with them on sale?
Does this combo even work?
At Toyota, hybrids remain a higher priority than battery-electric vehicles, and the company only plans to sell 10,000 bZ4X EVs in the U.S. this year.
The European Union is giving a shipping company millions in funding for the development of a car carrier that uses sails to transport cars around the world. Wallenius Wilhelmsen will receive an initial €9 million (or $9.7 million) grant from the Horizon Europe fund to kick off a round of research and development for the Orcelle Wind. According to Automotive Logistics, the ship could set sail as early as 2026 with its first shipment of EVs from Volvo, which is one of the partner companies involve
The automaker’s latest concept honors one of its foundational sports cars.
When you think of a Ferrari, what immediately comes to mind? Is it the Prancing Horse emblem, a flash or scarlet, or the roar of a combustion engine? Well, while the brand’s personal palette and Cavallino Rampante aren’t going anywhere, the electric revolution could be set to change the signature sound of a Ferrari.
Wilkerson and JCM Racing team owner Joe Maynard will serve as co-owners of Wilkerson’s Funny Car operation.
This Chrysler Ghia concept car had only three owners in its long life, who used it sparingly. Now it’s headed to auction in Arizona.
Who would want to be caught dead in this thing?
IndyCar driver JR Hildebrand remembers the Hoonigan in Chief.