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Kia Tells Us Its Seven-Year-Plan for Electric Vehicles

The company promises seven new EV models by 2027, the first of which will come in 2021.

Ad of the Week: The Amazing, Long-Lasting Volvo

Renault's Alpine performance brand is going all-electric, will co-develop new sports car with Lotus

Alpine will also launch an EV hot hatch and compact crossover by 2025.

Project Large Marge, Part 11: 1973 Ford Mustang A/C Install from Classic Auto Air

How Classic Auto Air's air conditioning system for classic Mustangs works, and how to install it.

GM Is Reportedly Planning to Expand the Corvette Line With an Electric Crossover

If this report is true, the Corvette nameplate could be used on more than just mid-engine sports cars starting sometime soon.

11 Must-Have Items for Your Next Track Day

Going to a track day is one of the most fun things you can do with your car.

Bummer Bus? Volkswagen's ID Buzz Electric Microbus Delayed Until 2023

If you have been counting the years until the U.S. gets the Volkswagen ID Buzz, the all-new, fully electric microbus redux, sit down and fret because your wait has gotten longer. The U.S. was supposed to get the ID Buzz next year, but the bus’s launch is being delayed until 2023. The update came from Scott

Plymouth’s Swan Song

Doug Schneider discovered his 1972 Plymouth Road Runner GTX by accident while on a fishing trip in 2003. Now it’s a top-level restoration.

Articulated Bus Dives Headfirst Off NYC Overpass in Nightmare Crash

The Drive's Best Deals of the Week

Toyota To Pay Record $180 Million Fine For A Decade Of Clean Air Act Violations

There is yet another auto emissions scandal bubbling up, and this time it’s on Toyota. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan announced Thursday that Toyota would pay a $180 million fine for violations of the Clean Air Act. This is the largest civil penalty ever for a violation of federal emissions-reporting requirements.

Hot Rod Three-Pack: Owner-Built 1932 Ford Three-Window Coupes

1932 Ford coupes are so cool the Beach Boys wrote a song about them. This trio of owner-built three-windows demonstrate three approaches to building a cool Deuce coupe.

This Porsche 914 has the heart of a Cayman

British classic car builder Fifteen Eleven Design is set to transplant the powertrain of Porsche Cayman into a 1975 914. The Derbyshire company is an offshoot of the Mellors Elliot Motorsport team which runs a Proton Iriz 5 in the World Rally Championship, and has previously specialized in glamorous restorations including a rare 1962 Maserati […] The post This Porsche 914 has the heart of a Cayman appeared first on Hagerty Media.

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2021 Ford F-150: Review

New generation improved in practically every way.… The post 2021 Ford F-150: Review appeared first on

The Breakdown: Honda Civic Touring vs. Toyota Corolla XSE

It may not be as old or have created as much tire smoke, but the Civic versus Corolla debate rages with as much passion as any Mustang versus Camaro argument. Here, with three MotorTrend editors, it continues.

Celebrating 25 Years of the Porsche Boxster

German automaker builds silver anniversary edition.… The post Celebrating 25 Years of the Porsche Boxster appeared first on

This Electric Single-Seat Race Car Thing Is Awesomely Doofy

It may be toylike, but the Blaze EV Classic is no toy. There’s definitely a Lotus/Caterham 7 (or, perhaps more accurately, Mitsuoka Zero1 crossed with a Datsun Type 11) vibe here, too, but this little single-seater is a much less performance-oriented machine. Plus, the little Blaze can be registered in Japan as a moped. The differential is optional!

5 Cars to Watch at Mecum Kissimmee

Here are the cars we’re watching roll across the block this weekend.

Skyactiv-D Is DOA: Mazda Abandons Diesels in the U.S.

Skyactiv-D, we hardly knew ye. After years of anticipation, Mazda is finally calling it quits on its diesel engine in the United States. That means there will be no diesel-swilling Mazda 6 mid-size sedan on our shores, nor will we see a return of the diesel-powered CX-5 compact SUV, which the automaker briefly sold in

Ford design video teases Bronco pickup

Kia teases its 7 new EVs that'll launch by 2027

The company's got a new logo and slogan, too.

Porsche 911 Turbo (964) Tuned To 425 HP By Ares Design

It's a one-off customer car.

The Dacia Bigster Concept Embodies No Nonsense

Lada and Dacia announced a new partnership today, the most important Dacia news since the Spring Electric. That isn’t all: Dacia gave us the Bigster Concept.

Aston Martin's Wedgy 1979 Bulldog Looks to Hit 200 MPH

The one-off supercar was built as an engineering showcase, and all these years later, its new American owner wants to see it prove how fast it could have been.

Autoblog is Live: Playing Dirt Rally 2.0

We're playing F1 2019 today.

Naturally, The Omnipotent Oom drove a massive ’29 Minerva limo

Legging-clad yoga students clutching rolled mats and water bottles are a familiar and unremarkable sight on sidewalks, studios, and coffee shops from Los Angeles to Atlanta. However, yoga and its practice became mainstream in the U.S. thanks in large part to a maverick figure: Pierre Bernard, one of the most eccentric characters America has ever […] The post Naturally, The Omnipotent Oom drove a massive ’29 Minerva limo appeared first on Hagerty...

Here's Your Ultimate Guide on How to Set up a Race Suspension

There are a multitude of different adjustable inputs that go into a car's suspension setup. Here's how to make them work together to make you faster.

2021 Infiniti Q60: Yes, It's Still for Sale. What Do You Want to Know About It?

New Chrysler Pacifica Pinnacle Already Offered With $5,000 Discount

Get yourself a luxurious minivan with a steep discount.

Uber Wants To Fight Climate Change But It's Not Doing Enough

Uber announced that its Uber Green initiative will see broader adoption in 2021, with the company expanding the service to include more than 1,400 North American locations.

Abarth 595 Hercules Is An Angry Little Hot Hatch With 217 Horsepower

Big fenders and the hood vents make the Abarth look mean.

New Nissan Z's likely final design shows up in patent application filing

If you loved the Z Proto, you'll love the production car.

Find the Best Mid-Size Luxury Cars!

This diverse, pricey segment includes coupes, hatchbacks, and even station wagons.

Perfected by Porsche: wagons, sedans and more surprises

Porsche has a talent for making cars drive brilliantly, so others sometimes ask for its help. We reveal the cars with a dash of Porsche magic.

The Best Sedans to Buy in 2021

Traditional four-door sedans aren’t dead yet. Despite sales encroachment from ever-more-popular trucks and SUVs, sedans remain big sellers and typically drive better than any similarly sized crossover or SUV while delivering much better efficiency. At the affordable end of the market, subcompact and compact sedans such as the Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent, Honda Civic, and

Best-Selling SUVs in America

The 25 most popular sport-utility vehicles of 2020.… The post Best-Selling SUVs in America appeared first on

20 Items to Make Car Camping Your New Thing

If you want to camp in your car to be close to nature and avoid sleeping on the ground, here's the gear you'll want and need.

Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Production Will End in June

The Durango Hellcat should be rare, and the time to order one is running out.

2021 Audi A4 review: No-nonsense entry-level luxury

The A4 excels through the right mix of comfort and sporting pretension.

The all-new three-row 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

The iconic Jeep Grand Cherokee is getting a third-row for the first time in its history. Autoblog obsessively covers the auto industry. We are a trusted source of auto research, information, and automotive issues. Get more Autoblog Read: Like: Follow:

Watch A 2021 Ram TRX Get Insane Air Off A Jump

Did you know that Rams can fly?

The 621-HP Alpina XB7 Is the Ultimate Oversized Grand Tourer

The phrase grand tourer conjures images of two-door Bentleys and sleek Astons, but the XB7 proves just as capable of relaxed, high-speed motoring.

The Fertile Turtle, a ’39 Willys gasser, calls from eBay

If you’re in the market for an interesting car show cruiser or a good first start at a nostalgia drag racer, this big-block Willys gasser pickup may be worth a look. We stumbled across this former racer at Someone may have discovered the truck by searching for “gasser,” a fun term to throw into […] The post The Fertile Turtle, a ’39 Willys gasser, calls from eBay appeared first on Hagerty Media.

Woody's three window coupe

five window turned into three window

The Blaze EV Classic is a neighborhood electric that looks like a blast to drive

Get a Degree in Hatchbackology with the 1984 Renault Encore

After the French government bailed out AMC, this is what Kenosha built.

Listen to the Triumphant V-8 Sound of This Aston Martin Vantage Race Car

Eight cylinders for the win.

Pint-Size Puncher: Wild Toyota GR Yaris Cranked Up to 310 HP!

Well, that certainly didn’t take very long. Though deliveries of the outrageous, hugely entertaining, and hyperactive Toyota GR Yaris are just getting underway overseas, the aftermarket is lining up to tweak just about every facet of the tiny turbo terror. The latest pusher for the power-mad appears to be DTE Systems, which now has a tuning package for

5 alive: Renault brings back its city slicker

Renault is to revive the classic R5 as an electric hatchback for urbanites. If it looks as good as the prototype you can sign us up. The new R5 will be one of seven new electric cars from the French firm launched by 2025 and it’s widely believed that it will be joined by a […] The post 5 alive: Renault brings back its city slicker appeared first on Hagerty Media.