Giant windmills are awesome, but have you ever wondered how they got to where they’re sitting? Watch this and find out.
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FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne surprised investors this week when he announced that Chrysler will stop selling its 200 midsize sedan and Dodge Dart compact car within 18 months to concentrate on sales of trucks and SUVs.
“We have a very good normally-aspirated engine,” said Toyota driver Giniel de Villiers was forced to be content with third overall at Dakar 2016. “Our cars are reliable,” he said about his team’s ability overtake rivals who came into trouble, “but we just need to find a little more speed.” NA Toyota Tacoma Takes […]
Great news, car fans! The Ford Ranger and Ford Bronco nameplates will be making a US comeback if this $9 billion UAW deal goes through!
Originally posted on EVObsession Though Elon Musk may be the primary shareholder and CEO of Tesla Motors, he didn’t get intimately involved until a few years after its founding. Ian Wright was involved at the very beginning, and he has since gone on to form a new startup called Wrightspeed, which aims to electric America’s […]
The 2015 Chicago Auto Show features some of the most exciting and powerful sportscars and off roaders of the last decade- and surprisingly little “green”.
Nissan and Renault have plans to take over Latin America’s light truck market with vehicles like the unibody Duster Oroch 4×4 concept shown here.
Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025: world premiere of the spectacular study of tomorrow’s autonomous trucks at the IAA commercial truck show in Germany.
American pickup trucks have gotten more and more fuel efficient, and yet no automaker seems ready to commit to build hybrid pickups. Why?
Volvo’s heavy truck division recently revealed a new dual-clutch transmission designed to smooth up shifts and reduce wear and tear on HD commercial trucks.
Surprise, surprise – XL Hybrids is still around, and they’re doing great, picking up big name clients like FedEx, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi and getting more MPG!
The un-killable Toyota HiLux pickups is considered near and far to be the most dependable, durable compact on the market, and it may be coming to the US!