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The Alfa 4C: Light and Rare
The last time an Alpha Romeo was sold in the U.S. was in 1995, the year that Bill Clinton was in the White House, Val Kilmer was Batman, and O.J. went on trial.
Blog Published: 9/25/2013
Isetta Updated
The Isetta, which actually debuted in Italy in 1953, is probably most closely associated with BMW, which started building the two-seater in 1955, having done some extensive re-engineering of the Italian original.
Blog Published: 9/18/2013
Frankfurt Motor Show and Advanced Auto Tech Considered
The Porsche 918 Spyder ran the Nürburgring Nordschleife in an amazing six minutes, 57 seconds.
Blog Published: 9/16/2013
The McLaren P1
It’s been a while since we’ve written about our favorite car company that makes cars we’ll be unable to afford unless we win the Powerball, McLaren Automotive, but the company has announced that it is getting closer to launch of the McLaren P1, whic...
Blog Published: 9/10/2013
Audi’s Aluminum-Intensive Undertakings
When Audi revealed its ASF—Audi Space Frame—its aluminum-intensive structure at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2003, it was one of those things that was undoubtedly considered to be a clever concept. . .but not much more.
Blog Published: 9/5/2013
Truckin’
Although lots of people seem to think that the name of the game today is small, hybrid, and/or electric vehicles, in point of fact, in the U.S. market, full-size pickups are gaining an increasing amount of momentum.
Blog Published: 9/3/2013
Mitsubishi’s Safer Through Design and Steel
While it seems as though Mitsubishi Motors is a car company that many observers in the industry are often puzzled by—after all, according to Autodata, through July its share of the U.S. market is just 0.4%, and it seems as though it would be fairly ...
Blog Published: 8/9/2013
The Squadra Corse: A Study in Materials
While we might be inclined to run this picture of the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse because of its robust design or because of the fact that it is powered by a 570-hp, V10 engine mated to a six-speed electronically controlled transm...
Blog Published: 8/7/2013
The Lexus Loom. Yes, Loom.
Back in 2009 when the Lexus LFA was launched, chief engineer Haruhiko Tanahashi said, “The LFA is a thoroughbred supercar, a machine engineered to achieve a single goal – to deliver a supreme driving experience.
Blog Published: 8/2/2013
Steel and the Importance of Life Cycle Assessments
When U.S.
Blog Published: 7/18/2013

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