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Video: Reboot Buggy Brings The Automobile Back To Basics

August 9th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Automakers don’t get nearly enough credit considering how far cars have come in the past 20 years. Besides being far safer and more powerful, cars are also crammed full of all sorts of technological doodads designed to coddle already-spoiled consumers. But the Reboot Buggy does away with all that fluff and gets back to basics with a bare-bones box-on-wheels that espouses the less-is-more mindset

VW Building $8,000 Budget Car For China

February 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Times are still tough for many people, and buying a new car is simply out of the picture. China, however, is seeing an almost meteoric rise in car sales year after year, and a new interest in low-cost auto manufacturing could send sales through the roof. Volkswagen has announced its intention to build a budget car for Chinese consumers with a starting price around $8,

India’s Tiny Vans A New Wave Of Automotive Ingenuity

December 11th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

The Ford Model T was really only remarkable because it was produced in such large numbers. Painted just one color (black!) and available with only the most basic of options, the Model T was a very humble vehicle built en masse. Today, America lacks such simple, basic transportation...but over in India automakers are producing a new generation of cars that harken back to the era of the Model T both in simplicity and broad appeal

Tata Nano Will Get Makeover Before Coming To America

October 16th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

At just $2,500, the Tata Nano isn’t just India’s cheapest car; it is the cheapest new car you can buy anywhere. Of course you get what you pay for, which isn’t much, but Tata has plans of eventually selling the nano in both Europe and the United States...but not before a serious makeover

Nissan’s Next Move: A $3,000 Car For Developing Countries

October 3rd, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

The auto industry isn’t in an easy spot these days. First world nations are reaching a critical mass of automobiles, and stringent regulations add weight and cost to cars just as consumers are demanding cheap and fuel efficient vehicles. But Nissan seems up to the challenge, as their next big move is building a car to sell in developing nations for between $3,000 and $5,

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