Porsche’s lineup may be small, but the automaker keeps things interesting with the many model variants it has an offer. It’s a formula that seems to be working as Porsche raked in 238,000 deliveries in 2016—a remarkable figure when you consider that the automaker operates in the... ... See more
The Baja 1000 is the most grueling race in the world today. As it should be, Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] is proud that a lightly modified and street-legal 2017 F-150 Raptor completed the 49th running of the race last November. The Blue Oval is so proud of the accomplishment that it has produced a... ... See more
An original Ford Mustang claimed to be the first hard-top example is coming up for auction. It will go under the hammer at Mecum’s Indy 2017 auction in mid-May. This is a 1965 Mustang with VIN ending in 00002, meaning it comes after the 1965 Mustang convertible with VIN ending in 00001... ... See more
A brazen criminal was caught on security camera stealing a pickup truck tailgate within minutes. It's a crime LAPD says is making a comeback along with thefts of catalytic converters and airbags.
Alfonso Albaisa is a Cuban exile who views himself as a product of the United States but still honors his Cuban heritage. He has risen to the role of Infiniti Executive Design Director, and with the recent normalization of Cuban-U.S. relations, he was able to return to his family's homeland with... ... See more
Carbon fiber has been slowly making its way into structural components for new cars in order to save weight while adding strength, but up until now no automaker has suggested that the composite could be used for engine internals. Lamborghini's CEO told reporters in Washington, where it has its... ... See more
A noted Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] collector is selling off a selection of his collection, including a half dozen vintage racing cars with considerable provenance. The collection belongs to Jim Click, a mega car dealer in Tucson, Arizona, and the cars will be offered at RM Sotheby's annual event... ... See more
Eight automakers said today they are recalling more than 12 million U.S. vehicles for defective Takata airbags, expanding the largest-ever auto safety push, documents posted by U.S. regulators showed.
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