Earlier this week, Roman and Michael counted down the top 10 fastest cars of 2017. However, we realize that those cars, while certainly impressive, are very hard to get a hold of. Furthermore, there are very few places in the US where you can legally and safely go 200 MPH+.
The day of reckoning is at hand for these cars. Some cars burst onto the scene perfectly attuned to the times. Serving up fresh ideas, neat features, or sheer visceral thrill - most cars on this list scratched the itches of eager buyers when they debuted. However, nothing lasts forever, particularly
When Hyundai Motor America initiated their major product launch program for the all-new, third generation 2013 Santa Fe Sport, a new image was created on the family-oriented CUV scene with a unique two-wheelbase strategy, a progressive design execution reflecting Hyundai’s “fluidic precision sculpture” styling, varied efficient power sources and significantly
Tesla Model X and S Get Faster Buried in today's news from Tesla regarding updates to the company's vehicles this month was this nugget: an automatic software upgrade instantly made the Model S sedan and Model X crossover EV's one second faster from 0-60. Here's the short, but sweet notice below: Model
Hyundai enters its sixth generation of Elantra production this year in a big way, with two new engines, a new platform, new suspension and new styling, with a bold and dynamic design, as well as advanced safety and technology features. Structurally, the new Elantras utilize 53 percent high strength steel –
Customized factory vehicles with more than such things as added paint stripes once were rare. But more began to appear to make standard models stand out when the market became increasingly crowded. The 2017 Tucson “Night” is a good example of a mildly customized factory offering. Like the regular Tucson, the