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Volkswagen Restores Rare Half-track Bus Built for Alpine Duty
First built in the 1960s, the obscure half-track was recently restored by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Shocker: Australia’s Digital Driver’s License Is Easily Forged
Researchers have uncovered surprising security flaws in New South Wales’ digital license, first rolled out in 2019.
SFPD Still Runs a 1995 Ford F-350 That’s Been Burned, Beaten, and Just Won’t Quit
It’s been beaten up and even set on fire, but that’s not enough for SFPD to retire it.
GM Customer Data Exposed in Gift Card-Grabbing Cyberattack
Hackers used breached credentials to redeem gift cards from customers’ reward points.
Mercedes Moving to More Expensive Cars Because The Rich Get Richer
Supply chain breakdowns have rewarded maximizing profit per vehicle, and Mercedes-Benz is looking to keep that going in the future.
BMW’s M Turns 50 This Month. What’s Your Favorite M Car?
Please, nobody say Supra.
Bombardier’s New Almost-Supersonic Private Jet Tops Out at Mach .94
The $78 million dollar plane is faster than any commercial airliner currently flying.
Absurd Toyota BZ4X Markups Are a Bad Sign for Upcoming Enthusiast Cars
Toyota hasn’t seen huge markups like other brands, but that may change as hot new cars like the GR Corolla and manual Supra hit the lot.
EVs Are Cheaper To Own Than Gas Cars If You’re Financing: Study
EVs may cost more up front, but financing tilts their long-term cost slightly in their favor according to a new study.
2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R: V8 Super Truck Finally Spied Without Camo
Less than a week after photos of its supercharged V8 leaked, the F-150 Raptor R has been spotted in the open.
Carbon-Fiber 1968 Dodge Charger Hellucination Packs 1,000-HP V8
Let’s be real, even Dodge couldn’t build something like the Hellucination nowadays.
Bentley Azure Line Proves Even Bentleys Can Get Nicer (and More Expensive)
Finally, a nice Bentley.
Economic Collapse Has Venezuela’s Cars Looking a Lot Like Cuba’s
The collapse of Venezuela’s middle class and car manufacturing sectors mean the country’s cars are just getting older and older.
Hyundai Recalls 239,000 Elantras, Accents for Potentially Explosive Seat Belts
Seat belt pretensioners in some Hyundai Elantra and Accent models can explode, sending metal fragments into the cabin.
Plastic Suspension Springs May Be Coming to a Luxury Car Near You
These polymer springs reinforced with fiberglass were seen on the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX concept.
Dodge Doubles Down on Muscle Car Focus for Dealers
Dodge wants enthusiasts to sell performance parts, and it’s planning on a program to educate its dealers.
More EVs Are Now Sold in One Week Than in All of 2012: Study
While range and charging capabilities play a role, EV adoption comes down to one important factor: price.
2023 Honda CR-V First Look: Here’s Your Neighbor’s Next New Hybrid
See it first here before seeing ’em everywhere.
2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV Prototypes Are Running Around Everywhere
Automakers are usually secretive with their test mules, but these have been spotted in Missouri, Moab, and more.
Why Rivian and Mercedes’ ‘Tank Turn’ Is Horrible for Trails
Party-trick tank-turns and wheel-locks are fun and all, but they’re bad for trails, nature, and other drivers.
The 40th Anniversary Toyota 4Runner Is Nostalgia Done Right
To celebrate four decades of 4Runner, Toyota is building 4,040 of these bad boys with the cool decals.
Ferrari Reveals the Truth About Rumored Kardashian, Bieber Ban
Rumors of outright bans for various celebrities have been greatly exaggerated.
Mercedes CEO on Project One: ‘We Were Drunk When We Said Yes’
Mercedes-Benz CEO Ola Källenius joked with investors about the difficulty of the project at an event last week.
Kia Sells 10 Millionth Car in US After 29 Years
Kia just sold its 10 millionth car in the U.S., an all-electric 2022 Kia EV6.
Majority of Car Buyers Want Electrification: Global Survey
More drivers than ever are considering EVs and hybrids, but they won’t have an easy time getting them.