In 2010, Toyota was on the tip of everyone's tongue -- not because of some stellar new products or sky-high safety ratings, but because of massive Toyota and Lexus recalls affecting millions of vehicles across the country.
Once upon a time, advertising was a long, drawn-out process. The Don Drapers of the world took months to develop slogans, refine logos, and copyedit commercials before unleashing them on consumers.
2015 Ferrari California T
Ferrari has revealed its new, turbocharged California, the California T, which debuts next month at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and sees the Prancing Horse return to turbocharged power for the first time since the legendary F40 supercar of the 1980s. Yes, 2014 marks a new era for Ferrari, both on and off the track, and that era is one focused on efficiency as well as performance.
Honda’s latest Civic Type R is nearing the end of its gestation, and at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show in early March we’ll get our first definitive look at the completed car in the form of a thinly veiled concept version. Today, Honda released a teaser sketch showing the concept and confirmed that the production version will go on sale overseas in early 2015.
McLaren has released the first photo of a new supercar the company is planning to unveil at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show early next month. The new model is called the 650S and it will sit somewhere between the 12C and P1 in McLaren’s hierarchy of road-going models.
2015 Ford F-150
Making a large, heavy vehicle like a pickup truck economical isn't the easiest of tasks. You can drop in a more efficient engine, of course. But it'll struggle against poor aerodynamics and ample weight.
As an electric car owner, you're probably used to the accusatory look people give you when they inquire as to where your electricity comes from.
The legislative battle that pits Ohio car dealers against Tesla Motors and its company-owned stores continues. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the car dealers are once again pushing legislation that would keep Tesla from selling cars in the Buckeye Stat.