2014 Subaru Forester XT Six-Month Road Test
At one month into our 2014 Subaru Forester XT Six-Month Road Test, we're pleased to report we've settled into an easy rhythm with our Best Car To Buy 2014. It's one of the most versatile wagons we've ever driven--a gaping maw to stuff with household goods or charity donations one day, a perky little turbocharged sport wagon to thread through Appalachian interstates the next.
Wise men say that the wheels on the bus go round and round. The men and women at the American Public Transportation Association agree, adding that the wheels turned a lot more frequently in 2013 thanks to soaring ridership on mass transit systems.
Most cities have an extensive network of sensors embedded in their streets -- usually at intersections. They're designed to regulate traffic lights: when sensors detect that traffic in a turning lane is particularly heavy, for example, the light will stay green longer.
2016 Jaguar XE teaser
Jaguar is now in the latter stages of development of a small sedan that will target the likes of the BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and spy shots of a prototype wearing the production version’s sheet metal have surfaced yet again. The new car was recently confirmed to be called the XE, and it’s set to be revealed later this year before going on sale in Europe in 2015.
The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 truly is a sight to behold. Words and photos just cannot describe how good the car looks in person; clean surfaces, aggressive lines and muscular proportions are combined in a way that only Lamborghini’s designers can achieve, making it look like nothing else on the planet... apart from the larger Aventador.
Would you like to meet Arnold Schwarzenegger? Would you like to go to Los Angeles? Would you like to drive a tank? Would you like to crush things with that tank?
2015 Volkswagen e-Golf
Fossil fuels may not be the cleanest way of powering us between two points on a map, but there's little doubt they offer convenience. So far, scientists have struggled to find batteries for electric cars that match the huge amounts of energy stored in a gallon of gasoline or diesel.
Audi, in its search for alternatives to conventional propulsion, has finally nailed its colors to a mast--and that mast is plug-in hybrids. In addition to the A3 Sportback e-tron later this year and plans for a plug-in hybrid version of the A4, the German automaker could develop plug-in hybrid variants of the A6 and A8 sedans and the Q7 SUV, too.
Toyota's Prius hybrid has undoubtedly done more to raise awareness of green vehicles and improving fuel efficiency than any other single model on sale today. First launched in the U.S. in 1999 and styled by a design team in California, the Prius name has since been applied to two further generations and by May 2008, over a million had been sold.