From the driver's seat of the 2015 Audi A3, it's easy to play favorites. This new most affordable sedan in the Audi lineup has the best in-car interface—and perhaps the best combination of connectivity and clean-interface information management—of all the premium compact sedans.
You’ve likely all seen the late-night TV ads from used-car lots—pushing loans for which they say anyone with a job can qualify.
Marc Ackerley is either extremely vain, extremely delusional, or an extreme genius. Possibly all three.
1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL AMG - Image via RM Auctions
Mercedes-Benz’s in-house tuner AMG was only established in 1967 but the company has built a handful of original 300SLs in the past, including this 1954 gullwing. As the story goes, Brunei’s car crazy Sultan asked AMG if it could it take an original 300SL gullwing coupe and 300SL roadster and fit them both with modern internals.
Steel stamping and production lines? That's so last-year--what you really want is a 3D printed car. The concept is nothing new, but finding a printer big enough to deal with car panels isn't an easy tax.
Ford’s final Falcon has been spotted testing in Australia ahead of its market launch in November. Ford has confirmed it is ending production in Australia in late 2016, and with no replacement models planned it means the local Falcon sedan and its Territory SUV derivative will be retired within the next two to three years.
The New Fisker Automotive
Ten days ago, a website appeared from Wanxiang America, the new owners of Fisker Automotive, under the title of "The New Fisker." The site included a comprehensive timeline of the formerly bankrupt company's past, warts and all.
Hazardous levels of pollution have caused authorities in Paris to enact its first car ban since 1997. The French capital will ban all vehicles on alternate odd and even license plates today and tomorrow in an effort to reduce the output of polluting particles in the air, following a run of warm, windless days that have trapped pollution in the city.
As vehicles all over the world slowly get more fuel-efficient, the energy required to make them--and their thousands of parts--is coming to represent a higher proportion of their lifetime energy footprint.