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Ed Begley's Prius this isn't. After months of speculation, McLaren officially announced the powertrain for its forthcoming P1 supercar. It's a plug-in hybrid. The car, which will officially debut in production form at the Geneva Motor Show, will have...
Tags: Sports Cars, Passenger Cars, Prius, Porsche, Hybrid Vehicles
Sitting in a Minneapolis dealer's showroom, a 1972 Cadillac with a 500-cubic-inch V-8 engine arrested the attention of John Manning, a professor at the University of Minnesota. Never mind that the horsepower output, courtesy of government regulations, was...
Tags: Passenger Cars, Cadillac, Luxury Vehicles
DETROIT (AP) — The speedometer on the Toyota Yaris says the tiny car can go 140 miles per hour. In reality, the bulbous subcompact's 106-horsepower engine and automatic transmission can't push it any faster than 109. So why do the Yaris —...
The price of admission should never cost you your life or even close to it. Never, ever, ever. No fan at any sporting event should ever have to worry about being killed or being injured or being the victim of a horrific accident like the one that...
"Engine thru fence, plenty hurt. This is insane." The chilling message was among the tweets quickly sent by fans at the NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Daytona Beach, Fla., where a wild crash Saturday sent debris flying into the stands, injuring at...
Tags: Auto Racing, Muhammad Ali, Stock Car Racing, YouTube, NASCAR
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — With the start of the Daytona 500 just hours away, NASCAR officials still have some cleaning up to do amid growing questions about fan safety. The season opener will go off as planned Sunday less than 24 hours after at...
In the four years between 1928 and 1931 the Ford Motor Company produced about 5 million Model A sedans, coupes, roadsters, pickups and many other models. One of the flashier Models A's was a 1930 Convertible Cabriolet. When new it carried a base price...
Editor's note: Emmet County residents Douglas Marshall and Michael Derry submitted the following guest column about their visit to the North American International Auto Show Press Preview last week in Detroit. They were representing Media Development...
Tags: Lincoln, Pontiac, Subaru, Cadillac, Automotive Equipment
DETROIT -- With GM trucks making their debut at the Detroit Auto Show, and Ram’s 1500 winning North American Truck of the Year, how does Ford stay in the spotlight? By renting out the home of the Detroit Red Wings and lowering an F-150 Concept...
Tags: Auto Shows, Ford Motor Co., Chevrolet, Ford, Audi
After decades of selling only rear-wheel and all-wheel-drive cars in the U.S., Mercedes-Benz on Sunday announced its sole front-wheel-drive entry for the U.S. market. The German automaker used a private event ahead of the 2013 Detroit Auto Show to debut...
Q: I have a 2005 Honda Civic with 80,000 miles. My manual suggest replacing the oil and filter (which I have done), check the front and rear brake wear, check the tie rod ends, steering gear box and boots, inspect the suspension components, brake hoses...
Tags: Dodge, Ford, Chicago Tribune, Honda, Toyota
Infiniti used the Detroit Auto Show on Monday to launch a new Q50 sport sedan into an increasingly cutthroat segment that includes a redesigned Lexus also scheduled to debut this week. The Q50, Infiniti's first model to use a new naming convention,...
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