This Jeep and four others stolen the same way have not been recovered yet.
The $74.5 million project is one-fifth complete and should be finished by August of 2017.
IIHS doesn’t normally test sports cars, but this year they put the big three of American muscle to the test. The 2016 Mustang, Camaro, and Challenger were tested for front and side impacts, roof strength, […]
5/12/16 UPDATE: The prototype Z/28 Camaro just hit the wall after making a turn on the track. The driver and passenger exited the vehicle unharmed. Looks like that will be the end of testing, for […]
As more and more people switch to vehicles with better gas-mileage ratings, or eliminate gas usage altogether, some states are losing gas-tax revenue. Several states have begun testing a “pay-per-mile” tax plan to help replenish the […]
Automakers that sell cars in the U.S. have voluntarily agreed to include Automatic Emergency Braking technology as standard equipment by the year 2022. These systems, which utilize front-facing cameras or radar, hit the brakes to […]
Last year in July, the EPA drafted a rather lengthy proposal titled, “Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Standards for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Engines and Vehicles – Phase 2.” The Specialty Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (SEMA) […]