The BMW i3 bowed as the company's first mass-produced electric vehicle in 2014. It featured the first-ever mass produced Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) passenger cell in the automotive business, which played a major role in the car's overall efficiency. Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic is equally as strong as
Turns out an Acura V6 doesn't fit under the hood of a 1992 Honda Civic.
Normally, when you think of an early 90s Civic, you think of a small, four-cylinder econobox. After all, this car was famed for returning up to 55 MPG on the highway in its day, according to
Why is there no hatch version of the current Subaru WRX and STI?
Back in 1980, Subaru entered into the foray of the World Rally Championship to demonstrate the ability of its symmetrical all-wheel drive system. Throughout that decade, the company competed in championship events here and there. However, it wasn't
The Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is a practical family wagon, but is it quick?
Is the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack faster than a Ford Fiesta...ST? In our new game show, we're pitching this 197 horsepower hot hatchback against family vehicles to see which may actually be faster than a Fiesta ST. This
Finding a low mileage Honda Civic is about as easy as finding a unicorn. But, then again, we live in the age of the internet. Today, the internet found two, nearly perfect, low mileage Honda Civic examples from the 1970s.
1975 Honda Civic CVCC
The first example came up on a Bring
Lancia fans all over the world rejoice, as one of their most iconic cars is getting the restomod treatment.
Every once in awhile, a boutique firm works tirelessly to bring an old classic car back from the dead. Take Singer Vehicle Design, a California-based restorer that takes old Porsche 911s and
Doing some Soul searching
Recently, while on a family outing into the Rocky Mountains, I caught a brief glimpse of what was (obviously) the next Kia Soul - and it looked like it was all-wheel drive (AWD). The reason I say this is, based on its ride height, it was sitting
Back in April, Nathan had the chance to drive the 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback in San Diego, California. He very much enjoyed both the manual and CVT versions of the car, citing sporty handling and good looks as some of the major plus points. However, he left San Diego still