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Check The Cars Out Check The Cars Out

Would you look at the time, the car time. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to check out all of the cars, which include a tank, a GTV6, and whatever the hell a Ford Scorpio is.

Nissan Leaf Convertible: Good Nissan Leaf Convertible: Good

This convertible 2019 Nissan Leaf is what a weird electric vehicle should look like. It’s so good.

Apple's Original Plans For A Car Of The Future Don't Sound Very Revolutionary Apple's Original Plans For A Car Of The Future Don't Sound Very Revolutionary

Apple’s new deal with Volkswagen to build some self-driving shuttle vans for its employees marks a severe departure from the tech company’s initial ideas for the car of the future, the details of which don’t really seem as revolutionary as many people initially wanted to believe.

Comment Of The Day: Honda Prelute Edition Comment Of The Day: Honda Prelute Edition

Today’s comment has left me speechless.

Boeing's New Plane Is So Big It Has To Have Folding Wings Boeing's New Plane Is So Big It Has To Have Folding Wings

The wingspan of the upcoming versions of the Boeing 777 series commercial plane is so big it can’t fit at a standard airport gate, so the company had to get special approval to engineer wing tips that can fold up after landing.

Mother Killed, Child In Critical Condition After Being Hit By Street Racing Teens Mother Killed, Child In Critical Condition After Being Hit By Street Racing Teens

Jessica Reisinger, 24, was struck and killed earlier today by a street racing Ford Mustang while pushing her daughter in a stroller on Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa, Florida, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Trump Wants To Investigate The Effect Of Imported Cars On National Security Trump Wants To Investigate The Effect Of Imported Cars On National Security

Earlier today, President Donald Trump met with the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to discuss opening an investigation into the impact of imported cars and car parts and “their effects on America’s national security.”

Comment Of The Day: The Car-In-Car Craze Edition Comment Of The Day: The Car-In-Car Craze Edition

Sometimes we all should take a step back from our work and view it from a distance—something Ferrari evidently failed to do as it didn’t catch it’s latest bodywork seemingly birthing a muscle car.

Uber Lays Off Hundreds Of Workers And Shuts Down Self-Driving Operation In Arizona Following Fatal Crash Uber Lays Off Hundreds Of Workers And Shuts Down Self-Driving Operation In Arizona Following Fatal Crash

Uber informed “about 300” workers of their termination earlier today as part of plans to shut down its self-driving car testing program in Arizona following a fatal crash in March, where one of the company’s test vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian, according to The Arizona Republic.

Here's How Virtual Safety Cars Work In Formula One

Following the fatal crash of Jules Bianchi at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, Formula One developed and introduced a new virtual safety car system the next racing season, which slows drivers down during a caution without the need of a physical pace car on the track. Here’s how it works.

Electric Seats Should Always Be An Option Electric Seats Should Always Be An Option

After recently driving and enjoying the new 2019 Hyundai Veloster last week, one of the many things I couldn’t stop thinking about was whether or not the complete lack of electric seats mattered on the fully-loaded Ultimate trim. I’ve settled my thoughts. Electric seats should always be an option.

Comment Of The Day: Not A Bug, It's A Feature Edition Comment Of The Day: Not A Bug, It's A Feature Edition

Everyone thinks having nice soft-touch materials in their car is a good idea until they take the kids to the fair and eat too much funnel cake before hitting the pendulum boat ride.

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Is A Promising Start For A New Type Of Halo Car The 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Is A Promising Start For A New Type Of Halo Car

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo updates the weird three-door front-wheel drive hatchback, pouring on even more stylish flourish over the first generation inside and out, and laying the groundwork for the upcoming even-hotter Veloster N.

The Halo Already Saved A Driver's Head

The introduction of Formula One’s new halo cockpit design was extremely controversial, despite the drivers slowly warming up to having the new protection. Aesthetics be damned, the new halo has already probably saved at least one driver during a Formula 2 race last weekend.

The Outgoing Mercedes G-Class Is Still In Production Because Icons Never Die The Outgoing Mercedes G-Class Is Still In Production Because Icons Never Die

If you thought the seemingly everlasting “old” Mercedes G-Class would actually go away completely, you underestimate its power over the militaries and corporations of the world. It’s still being built alongside it’s refreshed and improved replacement.

Comment Of The Day: For Just $12.99945 Billion More Edition Comment Of The Day: For Just $12.99945 Billion More Edition

In an effort to cut costs, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat was engineered to share over 80 percent of its parts with a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier.

Here's How Ford Used One Of The World's Biggest Planes To Get F-150 Production Back Up Again Here's How Ford Used One Of The World's Biggest Planes To Get F-150 Production Back Up Again

Ford shut down production of the F-150, its best selling vehicle, on May 2 after a magnesium fire at a supplier caused a parts shortage. But just two weeks later it’s going back online after the automaker moved 87,000 pounds of equipment to England, hiring one of the world’s biggest cargo planes to do it.

When Did You Grow Tired Of Your Car? When Did You Grow Tired Of Your Car?

Getting tired or frustrated with the car you own is one of the most dangerous and potentially devastating realizations a person can come to. Like all of life’s struggles, it may help to talk through it.

What Do You Want To Know About The 2019 Hyundai Veloster? What Do You Want To Know About The 2019 Hyundai Veloster?

The Hyundai Veloster is all-new for 2019, but thankfully it’s still a weird three-door hatchback. The previous Veloster couldn’t quite keep up with the interior and driving qualities of its main competition, but I’m on my way to find out if the new one has upped its hot hatch game.

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