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Average Car Is Older Than Ever Thanks to High Prices, Low Supply
New cars can be hard to come by, and even though used ones are still expensive, they’re some people’s only option.
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Hyundai Sonata May Be Killed Off For More Future Crossovers, EVs
Hyundai could be killing off the Sonata by 2025 for more electric cars and crossovers.
Rising Material Costs Could Make EVs Cost More, Not Less by 2026
Increased raw material pricing has forced automakers to raise costs on new electric cars.
2023 Cadillac Lyriq Weighs Up to 5,915 Pounds, Which Is a Lot
That’s one pre-teen shy of an extended-wheelbase Escalade with AWD.
Europe’s Theatrical Trolley Driver Olympics Are Hilariously Good
A streetcar named desire TO WIN.
2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Gets Just 15 MPG Combined
That’s the same as an F-150 Raptor with 37-inch tires.
Hyundai Invests $5B in US Operations for AI, ‘Urban Air Mobility’
If it’s got to do with future technologies, Hyundai’s investing in it.
Travel Back in Time With This ‘90s Top Gear CD-ROM
This Top Gear interactive CD-ROM from the ’90s is pure car nostalgia.
Are Any of These Wrecked Ford Mavericks Worth Saving?
It’s almost impossible to find a new Ford Maverick at MSRP but fixing one of these crashed ones might help you beat the system.
Max Verstappen Wins Hard-Fought F1 Spanish GP, Leclerc DNF
Following sudden engine failure for Charles Leclerc, Max Verstappen won the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.
Listen to the W16 Bugatti Bolide in Lake Como
The Bugatti Bolide’s 1,578 horsepower W16 sounds killer in Lake Como.
Tiny V8 Can Hit 10,500 RPM and Fit in the Palm of Your Hand
This Toyan V8 model engine can rev to 10,500 rpm and is small enough to fit in the palm your hand.
If You Had a Time Machine, Which Car Would You Drive Brand New?
Anything you can dream up, we want to hear about it.
AEV Jeep Wrangler Classic Edition Is a Retro Tribute That Can Still Rock the Rubicon
If you have ever yearned for a loaded Jeep with 70s-era decal stripes, this is for you.
That One-Owner 1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 Sold for Nearly $400,000
“I plan on driving it. I believe cars are meant to tell a story and sitting in a garage makes for a very boring story,” said the new owner.
Rick Ross Is Hosting a Car Show at His House This Weekend
The rapper and music producer is expecting 4500 people at his party, and it’s going to be spectacular.
Hyundai to Build a $5.5B EV Plant in Georgia, Promising 8,100 Jobs Total
Hyundai now joins Rivian in making Georgia the home of its EV and battery manufacturing facilities.
Tesla Asking Owners to Limit Charging During Texas Heatwave Isn’t a Good Sign
Tesla owners saw a warning on their screens recently, asking them to limit charging during peak hours to relieve Texas’ power grid.
GM Is Also Pulling Out of 2022 SEMA Show
So far two of the Big Three are skipping this year’s Vegas show.
New Test Drive Unlimited Game Pushed Back to 2023, Skips PS4, Xbox One
Exploring this version of Hong Kong won’t require pledging allegiance to China. But you will need a PS5 or an Xbox Series console.
Why Do Car Companies Keep So Many Bees?
From rehabilitating veterans to filling cars with flowers, automakers are going all-out for bees.
1966 Shelby GT350 Fastback’s Only Owner Says Goodbye After 56 Years
Purchased when new, the original owner will auction off his car after 29,000 miles and just as many memories
2023 BMW M4 CSL: The Lightweight Legend Is Back After 18 Years
BMW’s latest track special gets unadjustable seats, very artsy taillights, and a whole lotta carbon.
Sticker Shock: The Volkswagen ID Buzz Won’t Be Cheap in Europe
A $68,082 price tag in Europe shows that the U.S.-bound Buzz probably won’t be cheap.