We turn to Topcoat’s Ultra Kit to bring out our…

F11 Topcoat’s Ultra Kit for automotive detailing.

The Legend of Sergio Marchionne

Apr.24 -- Bloomberg's Tommaso Ebhardt discusses his new book reflecting on the career and legacy of the late Sergio Marchionne, former chief executive officer at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

Watch This! The Tesla Long Range Power Trip

Find out what’s new for the Tesla Model S as it travels from Freemont, California, to Los Angeles on a single charge.

Nissan GT-R Celebrated at New York Auto Show 2019

Nissan turns up the heat in Manhattan with an epic display of GT-Rs and more

Shocking footage shows near miss crash in…

This is the shocking moment a stolen car crashed into a Kwik Fit store, narrowly missing a man standing at a nearby cash point. The innocent bystander was lucky to escape unscathed after the Ford Fiesta ST careered past him at around 80mph. Louis Moore, 21, from Kemshed Ave, Northfield, was behind the wheel at the time of the crash on 4 January 2018. Shortly before the collision, Moore failed to stop for officers on the Alcester Road South, Birmingham. In an attempt to get away he drove the stolen motor at speeds in excess of 100mph, before smashing into the shop on Pershore Road. He was arrested at the scene and later pleaded guilty to two charges of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. He was jailed for two-and-a-half-years at Birmingham Crown Court. Credit: West Midlands Police

Jaguar Is Working on a New F-Type, And Deciding…

Ian Callum tells us the next F-Type will be a two-seat sports car. Will it be front-engined? V-8? Electric? These questions remain unanswered.

Unicorn GT

Clint Martinovich • Greenfield, WI • 1988 Mustang GT

Father and Son Project: LS2-Powered 1966 Chevy…

There’s room left for more power and more people in this 1966 Chevy Biscayne

Veteran QB Ben Roethlisberger Agrees To New Three…

16-year Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has agreed to a two-year contract extension that will likely keep him with the team until he finishes his NFL career.

Modified Mustang Engine Gallery From the…

The Mustang 55th Anniversary show field was full of great cars and those that had their hoods up we grabbed snap shots gallery of these hot looking engines

Tesla CEO heads down perilous road in pursuit of…

Tesla CEO Elon Musk aims to make money by selling self-driving cars that become part of app-based ride-ailing service

Best of the New York Auto Show: 5 Cars We’re…

Social media editors are tasked with knowing what’s hot. So, we asked Billy Rehbock to take us around the 2019 New York Auto Show and point out the cars that excited him most—from an all-electric VW dune-buggy to the ripsnorting Porsche Speedster.

At Speed - 2019 McLaren 600LT

Woking's latest track-tuned masterpiece

Cyclist has near miss with car bumper in…

Roundabouts are replacing traditional intersections in Ontario, Canada, as well as parts of the USA. Having been long proven in the UK as a way to increase safety and promote traffic flow, they are saving time as well as lives. But, because they are new, driver error is still causing problems, especially for those who are unfamiliar with the rules of the road. Highway rules are established to make driving safer and more predictable for everyone. When the other driver does what we expect he should do, it means that traffic flows without collisions. In almost every traffic collision, somebody has broken at least one rule. Roundabouts have their rules too. The Highway Traffic Act of Ontario states that drivers entering the roundabout must yield to the traffic entering on their left. They have the right of way over traffic to their right. If entering the intersection will affect a car on the left, the driver on the right is required to adjust their speed or even stop so that no evasive action is required. Anything less is a clear case of failing to yield the right of way. Cycling can be a hazardous means of transportation. Being smaller, they are sometimes overlooked. Drivers naturally underestimate their speed as well and they often pull out in front of a cyclist. This cyclist is approaching the roundabout where both roads have a posted speed limit of 80km/h, or 50mph. Entering the roundabout too slowly causes the risk of attracting aggression from drivers behind. He is coming down a hill at almost 30mph, looking carefully to his left. Nothing is coming and it is his right to enter the roundabout. He is aware of a pickup truck closer behind him than would be considered polite. He is also aware of the traffic approaching from the right, but they are required to stop or slow down until he passes. The driver of the red car has been at a stop to wait for the large truck that was in the intersection at the start. It appears that the driver didn't look to the left because they pulled out in front of the cyclist. Trying to watch everything at once, he catches on after a moment that the red car is now in his path and it is moving slowly enough that he has to hit the brakes. The cyclist is riding a bike with skinny racing tires and tiny brake calipers. He squeezes the brakes hard but he cannot risk skidding while banking for the corner or his bike will slide out from under him and he will be in even more danger of being struck. Even if a car does not hit him, sliding on the pavement will cause extreme road rash and other injuries. His eyes are locked on the rear bumper of the red car and his front wheel misses it by mere inches. He cannot risk glancing to the right to see if the SUV has followed the red car into the roundabout. He also cannot risk a look over his shoulder to see if the truck behind him is stopping. Luckily, he is able to clear the roundabout without being struck. Incidents like this one are very common for cyclists. Whether it is a lack of attention or a lack of consideration, drivers frequently frighten cyclists with near misses that they are probably not even aware of. And in fairness, many cyclists drive in a dangerous manner, creating frustration from motor vehicle drivers.

The 20 Best Mazda Miata Alternatives

So you want a small sports car, but you don't want to blend in with the Miata crowd? Here's what you should buy. Maybe you want a sports car, but you don't want it to be a Miata. These are the best alternatives you can buy.

Changing Paint Color Begins To Yield Its Many…

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New Products for Your Chevy Garage

A look at some hot new parts, products, and tools for your favorite Chevy.

Optima Search for the Ultimate Street Car…

Optima’s Search for the Ultimate Street Car Series makes its way to Florida to hit Daytona International Speedway.

Adding to Ghosn woes, Nissan slashes profit…

Nissan slashed its full-year profit forecast to its lowest in nearly a decade due to weakness in the United States, just as it adjusts to life without Carlos Ghosn and charts its future with alliance partner Renault. Edward Baran reports.

Watch This: Subaru’s National Park-Inspired…

Always the nature lovers, Subaru just revealed the 2020 Subaru Outback the only way they know how: by introducing it against a fully constructed display inspired by America’s National Parks.

Crown Auto SpeedLab Leaves Its Mark At The 2019…

If you haven't heard of Crown, you will now especially after seeing the debut of their Voltex S2000

Tense car accident in Toronto caught on dash cam

Look towards the left side to witness a careless driver smash into an oncoming car. Crazy!

On This Day In 1987, Chrysler Bought Lamborghini

Chrysler got a concept car out of the deal. Lamborghini got an iconic supercar.

Installing Steeda’s S550 Differential Bushing…

Installing Steeda’s Mustang Differential Bushing Insert System for Less Wheel Hop

Boosting a Stroked LS Engine With a TorqStorm…

Weather The Storm