2016 Chevrolet SS
This summer, many of us will take road trips, hitting the open highways, rolling down the windows, and letting the wind blow through our hair. That'll be a welcome change of pace from the bumper-to-bumper traffic and crowded parking lots we endure the rest of the year.
The SS is a full-size, four-door "sleeper" performance sedan that won't scream for attention. It's Chevrolet's first rear-drive V-8 sedan since the rear-drive Impala SS went out of production in the 1990s. If you squint, you may feel like you've seen this car before, and you wouldn't be too far off.
Car commercials lie. They promise viewers that owning a vehicle is a series of romantic trips to the mountains, conveniently forgetting to mention that cars can be outrageously expensive, even after you've paid off the note.
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Maybe this is how we'll remember sports cars. Once everything runs off a silent pack of cells charged wirelessly overnight. Once no one actually owns a car outright. Once cars turn into self-driven transportation devices, run by apps, pre-programmed for convenience, drained of life.
BMW’s 7-Series has always been seen as the sportier option in the full-size luxury sedan segment, and we’re glad to report that hasn’t changed with the latest generation. Introduced for the 2016 model year, the latest 7-Series’ evolutionary styling belies the technological transformation that’s taken place underneath.
Audi has just unveiled its new A5 and S5 but the engineers are still hard at work developing the new RS 5 model, a test mule for which has just been spotted.
2005 Toyota Prius
When it comes to buying a new car, there are many factors to consider. The car itself has to meet the buyer's needs, but it's also important to consider long-term ownership costs—often more important than many people realize.
These are tough times for the coal industry. Coal plants are being retired at an increasing rate in North America and Europe, replaced by a combination of natural-gas and renewable generating capacity.
When the world at large thinks of fuel-cell vehicles—to the extent it does, at least today—they are associated with hydrogen as the fuel to power them. But a fuel cell, more broadly speaking, is any device that produces electricity from a variety of input fuels or energy carriers.