From The Car Connection: Hyundai Santa Fe Vs. Honda Pilot: Compare Cars
The Hyundai Santa Fe and Honda Pilot are two popular picks that represent the shape of today’s family wagons. Both models work well for four or more, allowing enough flexibility for restocking the pantry, fitting infant seats, cargo-carrying, or even expeditions to a weekend campsite.
Rumor: FCA puts the moves on Google
Industries are built on strategic partnerships. The right collaboration can do wonders for a bottom line. The wrong collaboration? Well, remember AOL Time Warner?
Mitsubishi: U.S. cars not affected by fuel economy scandal
There’s good news and bad news for Mitsubishi fans. Since it’s Friday, we’ll start with the good stuff.
Teaser for Mazzanti EV-R debuting at 2016 Turin Auto Show
From Motor Authority: Mazzanti EV-R supercar to reach 250 mph
Mazzanti is just weeks away from unveiling its Project EV-R. The car is a more extreme version of the company’s Evantra supercar and promises to be the fastest, most powerful car out of Italy.
Bugatti Veyron owner cool with using auto wash
If your car retailed for well over a million dollars you’d want only the best treatment for it, right? Well, not the owner of this Bugatti Veyron who appears to have no qualms driving through an automatic car wash.
2018 Audi A5 to debut on June 2
Audi has confirmed its new A5 will debut on June 2. The debut will be the culmination of a six-day light show at the Audi Forum in the automaker’s hometown of Ingolstadt, Germany.
From Green Car Reports: 2017 BMW i3: up to 114 miles of range from 50-percent battery increase
For its fourth year on the market, the 2017 BMW i3 electric car gets a huge boost in battery capacity and hence its EPA-rated range. The battery capacity rises 50 percent, from 22 to 33 kilowatt-hours, and the company says the rated range for the battery-electric version will be up to 114 miles combined.
Electric Ferrari, Magnum, P.I. style
What do you do with a toasted Ferrari? This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTS looks like it drove straight out of an episode of Magnum, P.I., but underneath it’s very different from that television star.
Volkswagen misses own deadline for diesel-cheating report, now expected by end of year
Ten days ago, a major milestone in the Volkswagen diesel cheating scandal was reached. On Thursday, April 21, VW and the EPA agreed on the broad-stroke outlines of a plan to buy back or modify for 482,000 2.0-liter TDI diesel cars sold from 2009 through 2015.
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