• Chevrolet Blue Line Concepts Previewed before SEMA [News]

    Some interesting news comes from Detroit as Chevrolet have previewed their new Blue Line concept vehicles, before their full reveal at SEMA on November 1 in Las Vegas. The Blue Line features two of Chevy's vehicles, the first being the Chevy Malibu RS Blue Line and the second being the Chevy

    2017 Acura NSX GT3: Acura’s New Homologation Racer [NYIAS]

    Acura NSX GT3 Race Car - double front 3/4

    New York City - Acura finally showed the world its full-on, track-equipped 2017 Acura NSX GT3 race car. The most prominent distinctions separating the race version from the street model are the custom bodywork and aero components, a large read deck-wing spoiler, enlarged front splitter, underbody diffuser and massive hood

    Toyota Says Scion-ara with Final Kei Miura-Inspired tC Release Series 10.0 [News]

    Scion tC Kei Miura Release Special 10.0

    It has been almost 14 years since Scion made its first debut at the New York International Auto Show. So, it is only fitting that Scion ends their auto show career in the same location where it all began. However, the hip Japanese brand will not go out without one

    RIP: Rolls-Royce Phantom VII – 2003-2016 [News]

    Rolls-Royce Phantom Zenith Concept

    Rolls-Royce Motor Company has just announced that they will be ending production of the current-generation Phantom, Phantom Coupé, and Drophead Coupé in 2016. Furthermore, the renowned British carmaker has announced that the Phantom Coupé and Drophead Coupé will not be renewed in the future. This news comes out following the

    How Badly Can Potholes Damage Your Car? A Lot Less with Ford’s New Pothole Detection System [News]

    2017 Ford Fusion CCD pothole detection system

    Many people consider potholes the scourge of American roads. Ford says that they have a solution to this problem. Recently the Dearborn automaker announced a new pothole detection technology that will be released with the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport V6. The technology, named Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD), allows the car to

    Volvo to Offer Customers an Optional Digital Key with Smart Phone Application [News]

    Volvo Keyless Technology

    Soon your key-chain may get some extra space. Volvo has announced plans to offer their customers a new alternative to standard car keys. Starting in 2017, the Swedish automaker plans to become the first car company to offer their customers the option to download an application to their smartphone that