From the December 2017 issue From the moment electric headlights snuffed out kerosene and acetylene lamps in the 1910s, automakers have struggled to illuminate the road without blinding oncoming drivers. The industry’s first unified effort to rein in glare was led by the carmakers themselves before the automobile was federally…""
There might be subzero temperatures here at our headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but in Japan, BMW is turning up the heat. The Bavarians are treating the Japanese to an extra dose of exclusivity with limited runs of specially equipped M3 and M4 Competition models called the Heat Editions. Following the release…""
Toss out “Toyota Camry” during a word-association game, and most automotive enthusiasts would respond with some allegory for anonymity, appliance, or a similarly unflattering description for automotive wallpaper. The latest Camry, with its all-new platform, new powertrains, and expressive styling, attempts to shake off that image. The range-topping Camry XSE…""
In the early ’80s, Chrysler was saved from financial ruin by selling the front-drive K-car, a nice Reliant automobile that would spawn numerous inexpensive-to-produce variants. As disrespected as it was versatile, the lowly K-car spread its plebeian roots and survived until 1995. Cue the highlight reel: READ MORE ›› …""