Despite the fact EV prices — for the most part — are falling, renting them hasn’t gotten any cheaper than it was before. A new report from USA Today says that not only do electric vehicles cost more to rent than gas vehicles up front, in many cases there are hidden fees that have caught travelers by surprise.
There is, in the current state of the car world, not as much color on cars as there should be, with automakers prioritizing things like “sales” in trying to justify why customers can have whatever color they want, as long as it’s white, black, or a shade of gray. Infiniti said on Tuesday that they have a new color that is not white, black, or a shade of gray. Of course, it will be “extremely rare,” because let’s not get too out of control. But: Black Opal Metallic is what it’s called and it’ll b
The Hellephant engine is working hard.
Mercedes' Level 3 autonomous system, which allows conditional hands-free driving, is the first approved for use in the U.S.—starting with Nevada.
The Polestar 2 was the Swedish automaker’s first foray into all-electric vehicles after dabbling with hybrid power in the Polestar 1, which was a flag in the sand showcasing its design and technological know-how. But, it’s been around for a few years now, so an update was definitely in order. To bring the car more in line with the competition, Polestar has given the electric sedan an updated front end, new motors and quicker charging.
If you’re in the market for a limited-edition or bespoke Bentley, you’re spoiled for choice these days. The British outfit and its Mulliner customer customization service have been making some wonderful one-offs and rarities in recent years. And for its next limited-edition project, Bentley has turned to its Bathurst-winning race cars for inspiration. And yes, the automaker is only building two of them.
The rebooted Forza Motorsport was one of the stars of Microsoft’s Xbox Developer Direct on Wednesday afternoon. The Xbox and PC racing sim remains due for release this year — although, suspiciously, the word “spring” appears to have vanished from the game’s ETA.
With the upcoming TrailSport treatment that'll likely include all-terrain tires and steel skid plates, the Passport and Ridgeline should rise above the pretenders.
After Honda’s ‘Year of the SUV’ ended slow, the company is looking for ways to be profitable in 2023.
The Lexus RX packs plenty of consumer tech, fresh styling, and a hybrid powertrain.
For the past four years, backup cameras have been mandatory for new cars in the United States. Yet, despite years of practice, it seems automakers still haven’t quite perfected the art of “showing images from a camera that is behind you.” Case in point: Yet another backup camera recall.
The 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner looking for fresh start, chance to win 2023 IndyCar championship.
It isn’t hard to understand why it’s a bad idea for people to drive with pets in their laps. Not only can it be distracting, but if you get in a wreck, airbags aren’t designed to account for your dog sitting right in front of them when they go off. So when New Hampshire state representative Jennifer Rhodes, a Republican, introduced a bill to ban the practice, she reportedly thought it was common sense legislation. She probably should have known better.
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Heavy duty truck pricing — truck pricing in general, really — has been on a crazy upward trajectory for years now. You can expect to not spend any less than the mid to upper $40,000 range for even the most basic trim. GMC is reinforcing that pricing for 2024 with its updated Sierra HD, including the first Sierra HD trim to crest six figures.
The saga of Goodyear’s defective RV tires continues; AP reports that a grand jury is gathering evidence against the tire manufacturer over its defective RV tires.
There are a lot of reasons you can end up waiting for a car. It might launch elsewhere first, it might get held up on delivery or it might be teased for months and months before it goes on sale. But whatever the reason for waiting, some cars are just so worth it.
It’s quite a time to be a motorsport fan right now. Formula 1 is booming in popularity like never before, IndyCar is attracting a host of talented drivers to the series, and Formula E is plowing ahead with its fastest electric racer ever. It genuinely feels like motorsport is going through something of a renaissance.
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
NASCAR 75: No. 52 in a series of 75 stories that helped define the first three quarters of a century of NASCAR.