Tesla Motors, the car company that “set out to prove that electric vehicles could be awesome,” has designed some amazing vehicles over the past few years. But none of them are quite as forward thinking as this concept for the "Tesla C"
Remember that time you got super drunk, duct taped couch cushions to your body and smashed into things around the house like a human pinball? You don't? Well you were super drunk so that doesn't shock us.
We're not sure which part of this video gets us more excited -- the idea of screwing around in the wide open country on motorcycles or two adorable women playing tug of war on said motorcycles. It might be a little of both.
The Tesla Model S has been named Motor Trend magazine’s 2013 Car of the Year, one of the most prestigious honors in the automotive industry. The Model S won by way of unanimous vote, after 11 discriminating judges test drove 25 other vehicles to compare those all-important technical aspects of four-wheeled travel like acceleration, brakes and suspension tuning.
Chrysler recently announced that the company is recalling nearly 745,000 Jeep sport utility vehicles across the continental United States to repair an issue that could possibly lead to the involuntary deployment of the airbags.
Everything awesome usually debuts in Europe first (except for football, Buffalo wings and Kate Upton). The latest innovation that Europeans will have long before Americans: glow-in-the-dark roads, which will debut in The Netherlands in mid-2013.
A single speeding camera in Washington, D.C., has put together collection of statistics that would be the envy of entire police forces: Over the last 23 months, the camera has issued 116,734 tickets with fines totaling $11.6 million.
The latest automotive reliability survey from Consumer Reports came out this week, and Toyota leads the way. Ford, which had been rising in the ranks recently, fell back this year: it now ranks second-to-last among all auto manufacturers.
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