Polestar is a significant name to the Volvo brand. But many people may not know what it is, and what they do to Volvos. Polestar was a Swedish racing team, then named Flash Engineering, that got started in the 1990's racing Volvo 850's in the Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC).
The US just announced that it will be moving ahead with import tariffs on aluminum and steel from Canada, Mexico, and the EU. Obviously, these two materials are widely used in the production of new cars and trucks. Specifically, the US will tariff 25% on imported steel and 10% on
Mercedes-Benz currently has four vehicles in their GL family of crossovers: the GLA-Class, the GLC-Class, the GLE-Class and the GLS-Class. Well now it seems that they are going to bring in another GL member with the GLB class. The GLA class is really just a tall hatchback that is a
Any supercar enthusiast is well aware of McLaren by virtue of the company's iconic F1 from the 1990s. A Formula 1 racing team funneled their technology and lessons learned into a road car, and it was completely bonkers. However, instead of building on the F1's momentum, the company technically went
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
Apparently, certain FCA vehicles are having a problem with their cruise control system. When the system is forced to accelerate to keep speed, say on a hill, there is a potential for the system to short circuit. The result of this short circuit is a vehicle that is 'locked' in
Initially, it seemed like Apple was all gung-ho on the idea of building an autonomous vehicle. They reportedly had over 1,000 employees working on 'project Titan'. However, it may have hit them that Tesla's success at starting a new car company was more an exception than the rule. Last year,
Is Diesel Nearing Its Ultimate Downfall?
Diesel technology has had a rough go over the past few years. It all started with Dieselgate in September, 2015 where Volkswagen was caught cheating on emissions tests for over 11 million vehicles worldwide. Since, they have paid out billions, with a 'b', in fines