If you haven’t seen the MotorTrend original streaming series, “NASCAR ALL IN: Battle for Dayton”, and taken a revelatory inside look behind the scenes of professional stock car racing, now is the perfect opportunity. Not only do plenty of us have extra time at home on our hands right now, but on Friday, April 3, […]
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Yesterday we we reported that the legendary Mustang Mach 1 nameplate might be making a comeback in 2021. We think the Mach 1 will be a run-out special for the current generation of Mustang, and will replace the Bullitt Mustang after Ford’s licensing deal with Warner Brothers, the studio that owns the rights to Bullitt, runs its […]
General Motors and Honda have a new joint project beyond the development of fuel cells, the Cruise Origin (a six-passenger electric autonomous pod for ride sharing), and battery module work. The two automakers will this time be developing two new electric vehicles for Honda to go on sale for the 2024 model year in the […]
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What is the size of a standard parking space, provides some overhead protection, and can charge an electric vehicle without needing to be plugged into the electrical grid? That’d be the EV Arc, a clever EV charger from Envision Solar that can be deployed anywhere the sun shines and cars can park. The Arc has […]
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The upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco Sport may not have quite the same pre-launch buzz of its bigger Bronco brother, but it’s still a cool off-road-focused, compact SUV. “Off-road” being a relative term, of course. While the Bronco Sport will surely have more chops for traveling off the beaten path than its Escape stablemate, its unibody, front-wheel-drive-derived […]
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