General Motors and Toyota had their massive scandals. Now it’s Volkswagen’s turn. The company, which owns 70 percent of the U.S. passenger-car diesel market, is in major trouble for cheating on diesel-emissions tests. After years of promoting “Clean Diesel” as an alternative to hybrid and electric vehicles—the company even marched…""
While most of the attention from James Glickenhaus’s appearance at the Geneva auto show will be concentrated on his decision to call out the world’s supercar makers for a Nürburgring lap competition, he also gave Car and Driver more details about his plans for the roadgoing S (stradale) version of his self-funded…""
Sometimes only the finest of lines divides genius from madness. It’s near that boundary that James Glickenhaus seems to have lived most of his life. His latest idea—as explained to Car and Driver on the company’s stand at the Geneva auto show—is a classic example. He wants to run a no-holds-barred competition…""
Honda’s new automatic transaxle revives the company’s dormant spirit of invention. During much of this past decade, it seemed as if Honda had taken a break from stretching technological boundaries. The arrival of a new 10-speed transaxle suggests that the engineers’ creativity nap has ended. This new 10-speed automatic mates…""
At six-eleven, the New Orleans Pelicans’ center DeMarcus Cousins towers over the 64.8-inch-tall Chevrolet Trax crossover. Like the NBA All-Star center, though, the Chevy’s height is key to its function. As are many of its closest competitors, the Trax is essentially a raised version of a subcompact hatchback, in this…""
As they’ve become more accessible and mainstream, drones have been applied in numerous fields of work and play. Racing, videography/photography, package delivery, military operations, and spying on your neighbors’ grill to see what they’re having for dinner are all bullet points on the overall drone résumé. Now, Land Rover and the Red Cross…""