Subaru Forester Sport Launches In Japan With 1.8-Liter Turbo Four

The Subaru Forester Sport pumps out 175 hp and 221 lb-ft of torque. |

The Isuzu MU-X tech coming to the Isuzu D-Max

The 2021 Isuzu D-Max ute has only just gone on sale in Australia, but there are already some clear signs of the extra technology coming to next year’s model update. The new-generation Isuzu MU-X four-wheel-drive wagon – which was unveiled

Facelifted 2021 Jaguar E-Pace Lands With Tweaked Looks

The updated Jaguar E-Pace includes a new 300 Sport variant. |

Indian economy accelerated in September as animal spirits soared, new data shows

Activity in India’s dominant services sector continued to recover, with the main index rising to 49.8 in September from 41.8 in August. While that’s a marked improvement from April’s record low of 5.4, a number below 50 suggests it’s still

Tesla’s Chinese battery supplier boosts profit as pandemic eases

Third-quarter net profit rose 4.2% to 1.42 billion yuan ($212 million) in the three months through September, the Fujian, China-based company said in a statement Tuesday. Sales increased 0.8% to 12.7 billion yuan.

US telecoms regulator to vote to split key spectrum block between autos, Wi-Fi

Automakers have opposed the split on safety grounds, while many internet providers say the spectrum is essential to support growing wireless use.

BPCL launches lube for high-end bikes

BPCL’s Mak brand of lubricants control around 12 per cent of the Rs 35,000 crore or 3,600 thousand metric tonnes engine oil market in the country.

Oil falls on oversupply fears after build in U.S. crude stocks

U.S. crude oil and gasoline stocks rose last week, data from industry group the American Petroleum Institute showed, with crude inventories rising by 4.6 million barrels to about 495.2 million barrels, against analysts’ expectations in a Reuters poll for a

Toyota-Panasonic battery JV to boost efficiency to catch up with Chinese rivals

Toyota, which targets electrified vehicles to bring in half its global sales by 2025, has also partnered with CATL and Chinese EV maker BYD Co Ltd for battery procurement.

Mercedes bets on evolution as Tesla touts revolution in automated driving

Mercedes does not allow members of the public to test still-experimental systems. Its engineers need to pass an eligibility exam to become test drivers, and another one for testing automated driving systems, the carmaker said.

Mercedes-Benz to increase stake in Aston Martin

Mercedes-Benz could see its stake in Aston Martin rise from 2.6 percent currently up to 20 percent, which corresponds to 286 million pounds (315 million euros, $374 million).

Tata Motors sees better second half even as it prepares for hard Brexit

The global health crisis has hammered sales for automakers worldwide and compounded problems for the company’s luxury unit, which, like most companies, will have to face a wall of bureaucracy as Britain casts off from the European Union from Jan.

Bearings maker SKF beats forecasts again as demand recovers

The company, whose bearings are used in sectors ranging from construction and transport to mining and wind power, said demand had rebounded from the pandemic-ravaged second quarter, with the automotive sector among the markets seeing an improvement.

The Australian states with the most – and fewest – electric car charging points

New South Wales is officially the state with the largest number of public electric car charging points in Australia – but it has room to improve if it’s going to continue servicing the growing number of electric cars on its

ABT’s 730 HP Audi RSQ8-R Has The Performance To Mix It With Supercars

ABT’s RSQ8-R sprints to 62 mph in 3.48 seconds and does the quarter-mile in 11.33 seconds. |

Would You Be Tempted By A Low-Mileage, Roush-Tuned 2003 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra?

This fourth-gen Ford Mustang SVT Cobra has just 8,000 miles on its odo. |

888 HP Brabus Rocket 900 Isn’t As Scary To Drive As You Might Have Thought

The Brabus Rocket 900 is based on the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4Matic+. |

Toyota Yaris Cross Heads Down Under With AU$26,990 MSRP

Toyota’s new Yaris Cross will launch in Australia on November 2. |

Beep to test autonomous shuttles at Yellowstone National Park

The mobility-services operator will deploy two autonomous shuttles at the park starting in May 2021. The pilot program will be operated in conjunction with the National Park Service and help provide transit in the park’s Canyon Village.

Tesla Model 3 Owner Uses Car’s App To Mess With Thieves, Eventually Forces Them To Abandon It

The owner used the Tesla app to mess with the car’s settings while the thieves were driving it. |

FCC to vote to split key spectrum block between autos, Wi-Fi

Nearly all automakers oppose the proposal. Instead, they favor using the spectrum for developing technology to allow vehicles to exchange data about location, speed and direction.

Facelifted Nissan Navara Teased, Debuts November 5th

Nissan is getting ready to pull the wraps off the more muscular Navara. |

Porsche Turned The Tallest Building In The World Into A Digital Billboard For The Taycan

The 2,717 foot tall Burj Khalifa was turned into a massive screen with a display area of 355,209 square feet. |

Only Half Of GMC’s Dealerships Will Sell The Hummer EV

GMC also wants its dealers to adopt a no-haggle pricing model for the Hummer EV. |

VW will move U.S. base a few miles to new tower in D.C. suburbs

Audi of America also will move to the new location, as will other subsidiaries including Lamborghini of America, Bentley, Bugatti and Volkswagen Credit. In all, the move will involve about 1,000 workers in or near the headquarters.

Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing Spied On Public Roads Flaunting Rear Spoiler

We might see it before the end of the year.

You Can’t Get The Toyota Tacoma With A Snorkel Anymore

It’s not available for the 2021 model.

GM Defense delivers first infantry squad vehicles, explores military batteries

The automaker’s defense subsidiary developed the vehicle based on the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 in just four months after it was awarded a $214.3 million defense contract in June.

Peugeot Finds Children are a Driving Force in the Decision To Buy Electric

New research conducted by PEUGEOT UK* found that more than half of children surveyed in Britain want their parents to be more environmentally friendly, including switching to electric or plug-in HYBRID vehicles.   More than two-thirds of children in the

These Three New Vehicles Have Huge Discounts On Outgoing Models

If you don’t mind older styling and tech, you could save thousands.

Mercedes-Benz taking bigger stake in Aston Martin in exchange for sharing more tech

Mercedes-Benz will increase its stake in Aston Martin Lagonda in exchange for greater sharing of components with the British automaker, the two companies announced Tuesday. Under the agreement, Mercedes will own up to 20% of Aston Martin, compared to 2.6%

GM Defense Shows Infantry Squad Vehicle, An Army-Ready Colorado ZR2

It can fit nine soldiers and their gear.

Watch Police Car Reach 149 MPH As It Chases Speeding VW Golf Driver

The GTI driver couldn’t outrun a radio.

SEAT Rolls Out its First Mobility Platform Developed by SEAT: CODE

For the first time, the carmaker develops and markets a software rather than a hardware product SEAT makes this technology available to other businesses and external operators, both public and private Best Innovation and Transformation Project award and CIO of

Sonic Automotive CEO’s court hearing moved to Dec. 1

Sonic Automotive CEO David Smith faces a felony assault by strangulation charge and other misdemeanor charges relating to his arrest in Charlotte on Oct. 5.

Mercedes to take up to 20% stake in Aston Martin

Aston Martin will get access to advanced Mercedes technologies, including next-generation hybrid and electric powertrains as part of the deal.

Rare 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra Competition roars into Jay Leno’s Garage

The Shelby Cobra is a common sight at car shows thanks to a burgeoning replica business, but original cars are exceedingly rare. The 1965 Shelby 427 Cobra featured on this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage is even rarer than most.

GMC Is Currently Churning Out Its First Hummer EV Prototypes

There’s a lot of work left in its development.

Asbury more than doubles Q3 net income

The supply-and-demand disparity favored per-vehicle profit for auto retailers this quarter, though the megadealers that gave reports last week warned short supply would strain earnings in the long term.

Switchblade Flying Car Doesn’t Fly, But Drives Down Runway Like A Boss

Its takeoff speed is 88 mph, so apparently it’s also a time machine.

Ford’s regime change fuels earnings, stock-rebound expectations

Much of investors’ optimism about Ford is coming from the elevation of Jim Farley to CEO. An intense former Toyota executive, Farley is seen as the high-octane antidote to his predecessor, Jim Hackett.

New Bugatti Hypercar Teased Naked Revealing Hardcore Racing Seat

The engine takes up most of the vehicle.

2021 Dodge Challenger preview: Wide-body option spreads to more grades

The Dodge Challenger has been with us since 2008, but like a fine wine it just gets better with age. For 2021, the main change sees the Challenger’s sexy wide-body option expanded to more grades. The latest to receive the

2021 Toyota Sienna first drive: 36 mpg and design flair make the minivan relevant again

If Toyota’s minivan goes hybrid and sips fuel at 36 miles per gallon, is the era of the “swagger wagon” over? After spending a couple of days with the 2021 Toyota Sienna, I’ll roll my eyes to swagger but give

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS, 2022 Land Rover Range Rover, Donkervoort D8 GTO: Today’s Car News

Mercedes-Benz redesigned the GLS for the 2020 model year, and we’ve taken the big SUV for a spin. While it may not be the fastest or best handling in its segment, it civilizes the road like few SUVs before. A

Despite automakers’ EV and AV push, consumers still skeptical, J.D. Power study finds

The study said “consumers remain skeptical because of their lack of firsthand experience with these technologies and lack of education about how and why these technologies work.”

Stealthy Ferrari 812 GTO Spied Again Still Looking Menacing

The V12 sounds a tad different.

2022 Mercedes-AMG C53 spy shots: C43’s replacement spotted

Mercedes-Benz is working on a redesign for its C-Class and once again the nameplate will offer high-performance versions developed by Mercedes-AMG. This time around a C53 will fill in for the current C43 while a C63 will continue to sit

You Have To See These Photos of the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Back in August, our paparazzi sent us shots of the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Based on the latest-generation, 992-spec 911, the new GT3 RS looks hotter than ever, sporting styling and aero features seen on the race-spec RSR model.

Audi RS6 Drag Races Mercedes-AMG A45 S In David vs Goliath Duel

That’s one way to compare your old car with the new one.

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