When it first appeared, the Pontiac Aztek was ridiculed as one of the ugliest vehicles ever put out by Detroit. That didn't stop GM from selling them for years. And as we at TFLcar have learned after picking up our own 2001 version, the vehicle's functional design was ahead of
In the first day of the 2017 MOPAR Mile High NHRA Nationals, I had the chance to do an interview with Dickie Venables, the Crew Chief and Micheal Knudsen, the Assistant Crew Chief of the MOPAR 80th/ExpressLane Dodge Charger RT Funny Car Team in order to get a glimpse into
$2.2 Bilion, that's how much French automaker PSA Group is paying General Motors for GM's Opel and Vauxhall division and GM Financial European operations in Europe.
The deal was announced this morning and it means the end of 90 years of GM's control of Opel in Europe.
“For GM, this represents another
We have lots of Jeep questions, and we want answers. Roman Mica sits down with Mike Manley, CEO of Jeep and Ram Trucks to get the latest scoop. Mr. Manley confirms several major pieces of news!
2018 Jeep Wrangler (JL)
Enthusiasts and consumers have been waiting for the next Wrangler news for
If a tree falls in the forest and no one reports it....is it news? That's an old reporter's saying that's been around since I was in journalism grad school.
Every week lots of trees fall in the automotive forest that we can't and don't report, but when massive redwood falls on
This is the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. Very few automobile races have the history and excitement this race produces, fewer still have a history that dates back over 100 years. Starting in 1911, the Indy 500 represented one of the most challenging races in the world.
Some scoffed at
We all expected to see the new Buick Envision crossover at the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, but we just caught wind of a surprise vehicle that will debut as well. They did this last year too. Duncan Aldred, U.S. Vice president of Buick, said: “We
What? The VW cheating story keeps getting worse every week. New information came to light recently. VW engineers confessed that they also cheated on carbon dioxide emissions in up to 800,000 gasoline powered cars. That's right. This is in addition to the "dieselgate" with the complicated software that defeated the test procedure.