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Can this “European Style” Jeep Sell In America?


Tomorrow, the Jeep Renegade will make its official North American debut in a live, streaming press conference at the New York Auto Show. Of course, this is just a formality. The Jeep Renegade was already showcased at last month’s Geneva Auto Show (thanks for selling out Fiat Jeep; keep your debuts here in America!), where it turned heads with its ... Read More »

Off Road Racing Takes NBC’s National Stage


Originating in 2009, The Off Road Championship (TORC) is America’s only national off-road racing series. Since its inception 5 years ago, TORC has grown to monumental proportions, with races appearing on the Speed Network, ESPN, ABC, and NBC. (Check out some of last year’s coverage below) Of course, none of this would be possible without the fans. In recent years, ... Read More »

Why Is There a Ford Mustang on Top of the Empire State Building??


On Thursday of this week, the classic Ford Mustang will be reaching its 50th anniversary, after first debuting at the 1964 New York World Fair. Originally, Ford predicted that its new vehicle- priced at $2,368- would sell 100,000 units, a bold statement for sure. But looking back, it definitely wasn’t bold enough. In its first year, the Ford sold nearly 400,000 ... Read More »

The 4 Most Important Ford Mustangs of All-Time


On Thursday, the Ford Mustang will celebrate its 50th anniversary!!! Over the course of this long and storied history, the Mustang has evolved and gone through many different looks and styles, becoming an icon of modern America. Keith Cran writes, “In America one other icon, the Chevrolet Corvette, has survived and prospered for more than half a century. But great ... Read More »

Mad Max Re-Boot With New Vehicles Is Turning Heads


Back in 1979, before becoming notorious for racist rants and alcohol fueled fits of rage, Mel Gibson burst onto the big screen as the great Max Rockatansky in the cult classic Mad Max film. The film, of course, was originally made for Australian audiences, but it became so big that it was soon shipped over to America, drawing huge audiences ... Read More »