Friday Flashback: this movie about the 1930s’ Chevy Streamliners (Film) is from an era when aerodynamics was more about looks than science.
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Triple World Drivers’ Champion Lewis Hamilton gets a lot of praise for his on-track daring and aggressive, wheel-to-wheel driving, but something that’s rarely discussed in most F1 circles is Hamilton’s race. As an American used to hearing about “the first black president” or “the first black astronaut“, I’m surprised there isn’t more discussion about race […]
When it was first introduced nearly a decade ago, the Chevy Volt was hailed as the car of the future, equal parts electric and combustion powered, a no-compromises clean car. The 2016 Chevy Volt introduces a new generation of GM’s Voltec technology, adding a host of improvements for an even lower cost. The 2016 Chevy […]
If the world can’t wean itself off of oil, will the future look like the one depicted in the latest Mad Max: Fury Road trailer? One can only hope.
Feeling uninspired this Monday? Like you need a jolt of motivation to get the week going? Don’t worry, we’re here to help with your Monday Warm-Up.
What happened to the people most intimately touched by BP’s Deepwater spill? That’s the question a new documentary debuting at SXSW called “the Great Invisible” hopes to answer.
Vintage Vespa scooters are marvelous things. Given a willingness to turn a wrench, some quality oil, and ready access to small parts, an enthusiastic rider can keep their Vespa going a long time. But what if you wanted to take your tiny-wheeled titan around the world? Could you make it?
Drive in movie theaters used to be a part of the American experience, with family sedans packed with kids and young couples intent on fogging up the windows showing up in more or less equal numbers. Over the past twenty or twenty-five years, however, the drive in has gone from “endangered” to “nearly extinct” – […]
Ben Affleck is the new Batman. No matter how you feel about that decision, I think you’ll agree that the only chance Affleck has of filling Christian Bale’s colossal Bat-boots is to not even try. Don’t growl like a strep patient. Don’t hit on Anne Hathaway. Don’t crash a Lamborghini. Don’t drive the massive, 8-wheeled, […]
Cycling is a huge part of urban life already, and – as gas prices climb and the desire to be more ecologically responsible becomes more mainstream – it is becoming an even huger part. Even major automakers are starting to push out electric bicycles! It’s understandable, then, that as bikes and cyclists are enjoying something […]
Considering that its CEO seems more afraid to see the i sub-brand of BMW electric cars succeed than fail, I was a bit surprised to see BMW’s PR machine putting the i in front of as many eyeballs as possible. Then I started hearing the CIA in my fillings again. Grab your tin-hats, kids! This […]
Revenge of the Electric Car debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival back in April, but is still hotly anticipated in those markets that haven’t yet gotten a screening. If you’re in New York City this week, though, your wait is almost over – the movie will be shown this Tuesday, July 12th, for free in […]
“Who Killed the Electric Car” was a documentary following the all-too-brief saga of California’s efforts to force automakers into making electric vehicles. It’s kind of a sad story. Now though, a sequel is in the works, and after reaching 10,000 fans on Facebook, the trailer to “Revenge of the Electric Car” has been released.