Remember Acura? They’re like Honda but more expensive but just as stupid. Whereas Honda seems to have embraced this whole ‘what a hyperactive child thinks future cars will look like’ design approach, Acura has doubled-down on their ‘how long can you look at it for’ styling. Continue reading “Acura Continue Exercise in Futility”
The folks at Mazda have announced a new internal combustion announcement engine for their upcoming vehicles. Known as the Skyactiv-X, the gas-burners will use a spark plug-less method of ignition known as Spark Controlled Compression Ignition.
Over the years the increased complexity in auto engineering has drastically reduced the work an owner can perform themselves. The reliance on computers alone requires more specialized (and proprietary) equipment than you’re average home garage has.
Buick has finally revealed the details on the upcoming Regal GS. Starting at $39,900 gets a new V6, Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and a considerable power increase over the outgoing model.
Idealistic British car company Lotus has announced a new version of the Evora. Considered the most powerful road-going Lotus ever, the GT430 promises to pack a ton of fun in a tiny package.
With the rebranding from Quattro to Audi Sport, the German manufacturer has followed through with the promise that all-wheel drive is just a powertrain, not the company.