Constantly following in the steps of their Ford competitor, the Chevy Camaro is getting a new look for the 2019 model.
Featuring a new grill that, for some reason, brings it in line with the rest of the Bowtie family (since when you think Camaro, you also want to think Cruze.)
Continue reading “(Unfortunate) Redesign for 2019 Camaro”
Our last post was a reluctant ode to the job Ford’s development of true-blue sporty vehicles. Despite a lifelong bias against the Blue Oval for purely geographic reasons, to say nothing of my complete lack of interest in most of their vehicles, it was important to recognize and acknowledge the existence of the Focus RS and the Fiesta ST.
Thank god they provided us with an opportunity to balance out my judgement’s karma.
Continue reading “Ford: The Other Side of Things”
I grew up in a GM town. My dad worked for the General as did at least one parent of most of my friends. I don’t really care for most GM products, they get my token sympathy when it comes to American cars.
Continue reading “Ford Continues to Be Hard to Hate”
Ford is, by and large, a brand for louts. Whether it’s the inadequacy-profiler of the F-Series pickup trucks or the misguide bravado of the Mustang, Ford’s make simple statements for dumb people. Continue reading “Focus RS Gets Drift Stick”
As reported on earlier, Hyundai have been planning a more powerful version of their otherwise anemic Elantra GT. Set to compete against the VW GTI and Focus RS, Hyundai have now released details on their entrant in the hot hatch category.
Continue reading “Elantra GTI RS?”
Shelby, the tuning house that gave us one of the all-time most gorgeous cars, the Shelby Cobra, is expanding upward. Taking their philosophy of dumping a big motor in a small car, they’re, uh, dropping a big motor in a big truck.
Continue reading “Shelby F-150 Super Insecurity Blanket”
Suspiciously coinciding with Track Pants in a Coffee Shop Parking Lot Day, April 17th is also Mustang Day, for which Ford was reminded that they have new versions of both the GT350 and the GT350R to come out this year. Continue reading “2018 GT350 Gets No Upgrades”