Month: February 2019

The Lamborghini Huracan Evo debuted earlier this year as a refreshed version of the Huracan LP 580. Now, the automaker is back with a drop-top version for the Geneva Motor Show. Like the coupe, the Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder makes 630 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque from a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V-10 engine. The
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The renewed U.S. sales push will be supplied by PSA plants in Europe and China, leaving it vulnerable to any new tariffs on imported vehicles, Tavares said. Washington is in talks with Beijing and Brussels on new trade deals and has threatened to slap duties on European cars. “I’m going to wait for the current
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Want a vintage Ford Mustang in the garage, but can’t actually afford one? We’re in the same boat. But Lego has a solution of sorts for folks like us in the form of a new $150 Creator Ford Mustang, and it’s pretty great. The new Mustang joins a lineup of Creator cars that includes a
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Porsche owner and enthusiast Todd Schleicher has posted what could be the first public images of the 992-generation 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo on his Instagram account, and we have to say it looks pretty sweet. This gray metallic beast wears glossy black wheels—likely in staggered 20-inch front and 21-inch rear diameters—and a rear wing that
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However, America is a country with a different transportation layout, logistics, cost structures, legal impediments, and population psychographics than Europe, Japan, or increasingly train-loving China. Even if we can corral the costs, high-speed rail will still be competing against the North American airport network, which accounts for half of worldwide air traffic—serviced by low-cost carriers
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Aston Martin isn’t expected to deliver its third hypercar until late 2021, but it’s already giving us a sneak peek. Here is our first glimpse at the mid-engine coupe codenamed Project 003. On social media, Aston Martin posted a picture of the car’s back end. Since the post is captioned “The wait is nearly over,”
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I climb in, twist the key, and press the starter. The Ford flathead V-8 fires up instantly and quickly settles down to a growling idle. I pull the shifter across to the left and back, engaging first gear in the three-speed transmission. Ease out the clutch, and the low, broad-shouldered convertible oozes forward, vintage whitewall
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January’s announcement at the Detroit auto show of Ford and Volkswagen partnering for global midsize pickup trucks and light commercial vehicles is just the latest in a line of eyebrow-raising deals—such as forever-rivals GM and Ford combining on a 10-speed transmission for their pickup trucks. But the language used during the VW-Ford executive conference call
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Ford’s heavy-duty truck gets a thorough update for 2020. Not only does it receive two new engines, but it also gets a 10-speed automatic transmission and chassis upgrades. Plus, Ford is boosting towing and payload capability to keep up with the competition. We know that design ranks pretty far down the list of important characteristics
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