The Ford F-150 Limited Edition: Not ideal for commuting. But people like these things for a reason.
Jamie Lincoln Kitman
The ideal vehicles to own for the next apocalyptic event, which will surely involve a traffic jam of biblical proportions, are small-bore motorcycles, rubber dinghies, ideally with motors, and foldable bicycles. The electric scooter is ready for instant elevation to that group.
Volkswagen -- the company -- has 99 problems, conservatively speaking. But VW’s electric car, that is to say the silk blue metallic e-Golf SEL premium we’ve been testing for the past eight months and 11,080 miles, isn’t one of them.
What the bottomless demand for trucks and truck-identified cars means for FCA.
A Car Talk blogger reviews the new Rolls Royce Dawn. "Nothing exceeds like excess!"
What can you say of the shocking news that Volkswagen devised – and, then, even more embarrassingly, employed – a super-sneaky software hack to make it appear to U.S. government regulators that 482,000 diesel engines it sold here were less polluting than they actually were?