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Sun Power
One thing that you don’t hear about much anymore is the use of solar cells to power vehicles.
Blog Published: 8/21/2014
2014 Mazda3 Grand Touring Five Door
When you go into a restaurant or bar in, say, France or Italy, you’ll undoubtedly discover that you can order the house wine and it will be both comparatively cheap and comparatively wonderful.
Blog Published: 8/20/2014
Steel Pistons for Passenger Car Diesels
Although steel producers seem to be taking it on the chin of late from aluminum, word out of Stuttgart ought to be somewhat encouraging to them.
Blog Published: 8/14/2014
2014 Toyota Tundra Platinum CrewMax 4x4
He climbed into the cab of the Tundra—and were it not for the running board (a $345 option), this would have been something of a challenging free-style climb because the ground clearance for the full-size truck is 10.4 in., and that’s non-trivial—an...
Blog Published: 8/13/2014
Smaller Engines Can Be Better
When people think about a 1.0-liter engine, they probably don’t think much of it, at least not people in the U.S.
Blog Published: 8/12/2014
Autos Up North
If it is early August, then it is time for the annual Center for Automotive Research Management Briefing Seminars at the Grand Traverse Resort in Acme, Michigan, time for John McElroy of “Autoline” and me to head north to do more listening than talk...
Blog Published: 8/11/2014
2014 Lexus ES 350
The last-generation Lincoln Continental.
Blog Published: 8/6/2014
Talking Ford Trucks—Yes, the F-150, Too
Back when the current-generation F-150 first appeared, in 2008 as a 2009 model, Matt O’Leary headed up the program at Ford.
Blog Published: 8/4/2014
2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE AWC
You’ve heard it and probably even said it. “If you can’t say something nice about someone”—or something—“don’t say anything at all.” I thought about stopping this right here. [long pause] But, obviously, I didn’t.
Blog Published: 8/1/2014
Cadillac Type 57: Over There & Now at the Library of Congress
We must admit that we knew absolutely nothing about the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) when we learned last week that a 1918 Cadillac Type 57 was being added to the HAER and to the Historic Vehicle Association’s National Historic Vehicl...
Blog Published: 7/31/2014

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