"Overindulgence is life. The rest is just details."
According to various studies, the U.S. is developing something of a driver’s education gap. Not to other countries—though driver training regimens in other countries compared to those in the United States is surely a conversation worth having—but between socio-economic boundaries.
Subcompact sedans are no longer the penalty boxes on wheels they once were. Witness the 2018 Kia Rio and the 2018 Honda Fit, two pint-size cars with good room inside, decent fuel economy, and available high-tech features accompanied by price tags that won’t break the bank.
2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 at Virginia International RacewayEnlarge Photo
From Motor Authority
There's a new king of Virginia International Raceway, and it's the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.
While the likes of General Motors and Waymo get ready to deploy self-driving taxis in major urban areas, there's another company in the self-driving space that's focused on the transport of packages rather than people.
Lamborghini has been caught testing a more hardcore version of its Aventador.
2018 Chevrolet Bolt EVEnlarge Photo
From Green Car Reports
In less than three months, personal income-tax returns or 2017 will be due for most U.S. adults.
Harley Davidson president and CEO Matt Levatitch said Tuesday an electric motorcycle “is an active project we’re preparing to bring to market in 18 months.”
If a marketer talked enthusiastically about "healthy delicious cyanide," what would you think?