Few cars can capture the joy of driving as well as the iconic Chevrolet Camaro, which is a triple-crown 10Best winner. Its energetic engines and exceptional chassis create an experience that only more expensive sports cars can match. The Camaro is motivated by one of three engines, most notably a…""
Aren’t we full? Do we have the appetite for yet another subcompact luxury crossover SUV? After all, human civilization survived all the way to 2010 without any of these things. By our count, there are more than 10 brands competing in a 160,000-vehicle segment. Yet sales growth is forecast because,…""
Cow poop and chicken droppings? You might not expect to find those among the fuel sources automakers are tinkering with. But BMW is among a number of automakers harnessing the power of biowaste—not to power its cars, but the factories that build them. The Bavarian carmaker’s Rosslyn factory near Pretoria,…""
If engineers had had their way, front-wheel drive would have dominated automotive design from the beginning. But, in a victory for right-brain thinkers, stylists and enthusiasts actually have a say in the car-development process. Few can deny, though, that eliminating the large, heavy, costly, and inefficient rotating parts driving the…""
General Motors has made the Chevrolet Bolt EV the flagship of its future autonomous fleet. Uber has a high-profile partnership revolving around Volvo’s XC90 SUVs for its self-driving future. Waymo has made itself synonymous with Chrysler minivans. Ford, on the other hand, hasn’t revealed much to date about the vehicle…""
We’ve been telling you about McLaren’s plans for a new Ultimate Series hypercar for some time, a project heretofore known only by its P15 internal project code. This is the stripped-out super-performer that insiders promised would be faster around a racetrack than the seminal P1. The fundamental ingredients—an overabundance of…""