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Japanese automotive giant Honda isn’t just unveiling new models and concepts at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit—it’s declaring 2015 the “Year of Honda.” The brunt of Honda’s focus at the 2015 NAIAS is on its FCV Concept, which is making its North American debut. Despite having the word “Concept” in […]
Now the two conference title teams have two weeks to prepare for their big matchup in Arizona and it also means that you have two weeks to prepare for one more over-the-top, raucous tailgate party. Don’t let a minor obstacle like being unable to drive to Glendale stop you. By carefully considering a few key factors and fully committing, you can still have one more great tailgate party before the off-season begins. When planning one last blowout tailgate party, consider the following:
Hot on the heels of its Golf being named the North American Car of the Year (having found out about the award literally three hours before the company’s presentation began), Volkswagen brought out a new vision of a future crossover at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The Cross Coupé GTE […]
Lexus’ 2015 appearance at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is a showcase for performance. Not only is Lexus preparing the RC F GT3 Concept that debuted last year for – you guessed it – GT3 racing in 2015, but it’s giving the world a good look at its latest challenge to […]
Ford’s recent auto show appearances have all been newsworthy, from the reveal of the all-new F-150 pickup at last year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to the unveiling of the Shelby® GT350 Mustang. Showing no signs of slowing down, Ford took the covers off of three new performance-minded models at the 2015 NAIAS in […]
What are the fastest production cars to 60 mph in the world? To answer that question, here is a list featuring the fastest 10 supercars, hypercars and open sports cars, offering a mix between a surplus of power and lightweight construction.
Starting at $61,250 and fully-equipped at $68,500, the Hyundai Equus is a relatively attainable luxury sedan and is also prices below its main competitor–the Lexus LS460–by at least $10,000. The exterior of the Equus may be unassuming looking vaguely like a Mercedes S-Class, but for 2014 it got a slightly refreshed front and rear plus […]