The 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a driver's car to meet or beat the best in the class, with razor sharp steering, agile handling, and raucous power. Only reliability questions will hold it back.
Since Tesla Autopilot debuted in the fall of 2015, it's earned plenty of fans and foes. The former love the safety and convenience offered by the semi-self-driving system, while the latter complain that Tesla foisted dangerous beta software on owners who didn't ask for it.
Yesterday, we wrote about J.D. Power's 2017 U.S. Tech Choice Study, which suggested that consumers may be fine with semi-autonomous features in their next cars, but aren't so interested in fully self-driving vehicles.
Hennessey gets its hands on the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
From Motor Authority:
We're a country of MORE! We want more food, more money, and more followers on our various social media accounts.
BMW unveiled the first of a new series of CS models last week at the 2017 Shanghai auto show.
While the practical challenges to a flying car are countless, there are numerous startups attempting to be the first in the world to sell one to the public.
From Green Car Reports:
The Industrial Revolution that started around 1750 in England was powered largely by coal.
Back in 2014, Tesla had a spate of problems with the drive units in early-production versions of its Model S electric sedan.
While corporate average fuel-economy standards through 2021 remain in place in the U.S., automakers are preparing their case to argue for delays in further tightening.