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Overview of the Lokar Shifter for the Ford 6R80

Overview of the Lokar Shifter for the Ford 6R80


Complete Customization from Clayton Machine Works

Clayton Machine Works has released a gated automatic transmission floor shifter that offers nearly endless lever and knob combos.


Wild Eight-Wheeled, Four-Rotor Build Looks Like A Forgotten Batmobile

The goal is to get it running again.


Self-Driving Cars' Look, Feel Is Clearer through Final U.S. Safety Rules

The bottom line is that an autonomous vehicle designed to carry people and drive itself has to protect those people just like every other vehicle.


Dyno Tested! Massive 598-Cubic-Inch Big-Block Chevy Revs Well Over 7,000 RPM And Makes 888 HP.

Westech Dyno Tested 598-Inch Big-Block Chevy Revs Well Over 7,000 RPM And Makes 888 HP. This all-aluminum solid-roller stroker made a ton of power across the whole pull.


Inside the Bulletproofing Process of Armored Vehicles


Ola Källenius: Why the EQS's Hyperscreen Is Key to Mercedes' Revenue Future

Ola Källenius took over as Daimler AG’s chairman of the board of management in 2019. His tenure has been marked by the launch of high-tech features within the company’s vehicles, the need to cut fixed costs, and a pandemic that could have easily thrown everything off course. In his first media roundtable of 2021, Källenius


Next-Gen BMW 7 Series Spied With Its Chin Up In The Snow

Black camo wrap can't hide the square jawline.


Ford Faces A $610 Million Recall Over Exploding Takata Airbags

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered Ford to issue a recall for a pesky little problem that could potentially impact three million of its US-based cars: the Takata airbag inflators could rupture, sending deadly metal fragments flying into passengers. It’s estimated to have an impact on about $610 million worth of machinery.


Tesla plans to enter India, which is going to be far from easy


Cadillac Celestiq flagship EV shows off its tint-shifting smart roof


BMW targets pre-pandemic margins while investing in electric cars


Battery Health Reports Coming for Buyers of Used Electric Vehicles

The startup Recurrent is a sort of Carfax of battery life information, intending to make it easier to have confidence in buying a used EV.


This Video Explains the Mass of Technical Errors in Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift

One of the best Fast films in the series was riddled with inaccuracies and continuity errors.


Argo gives its self-driving vehicle hardware a big upgrade

Argo has improved the cameras, radar and lidar and even added microphones to its Ford Escape test vehicles.


Ford's Edsel Was a Loser, but Its 410 V-8 Engine Was Awesome

If you look at any “Worst Cars Ever LOL” lists around the internet (or even in books), you will inevitably find a photo of the Edsel’s schnoz featured prominently. Many remember Ford’s failed marque solely as a failure for sundry reasons, but few remember the details of the Edsel lineup itself. That includes the 410


Miller Electric Bobcat 250 Welder Generatory System

Gas-powered Miller Bobcat 250 generator with built in welder


Will this year see the last true Lotus?

Lotus was quite literally built on lightness. From the earliest Seven to the Evora the company has made weight saving its priority, but as it pivots to become a EV maker, 2021 may see the last Lotus that is true to this spirit. Lotus boss Phil Popham has confirmed that it will soon reveal its […] The post Will this year see the last true Lotus? appeared first on Hagerty Media.


Here's How to Reserve One of the First 500 Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwings

Cadillac is releasing its first wave of CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwings on February 1. This is how you can get one.


The Volkswagen Golf Won't See 2022 in the U.S.

Volkswagen ends Golf Production for the U.S. market.


Super73 S2 Review: Where an e-bike meets an electric motorcycle

From a weekday commuter to a weekend toy, the S2 has you covered.


This Week in Cars: a Cheaper Taycan, the Golf is Dead, Long Live Stellantis

Our trip through the week's stories including Cadillac Blackwing pre-orders, the world's newest automaker, and various regulatory dramas.


U.S. set for record Canadian oil imports even without Keystone XL


Corvette faces an uncertain future in road racing amid a shifting landscape

Earlier this week, GM appointed Laura Wontrop Klauser as head of Chevrolet’s sports car racing endeavors. As program manager, she will oversee GM’s involvement in North American road racing, focussing largely on the premier series this side of the Atlantic, the WeatherTech Sports Car Championship. Bowtie faithful, breathe easy; amid the flurry of interviews, Klauser […] The post Corvette faces an uncertain future in road racing amid a shifting...


Retro Rewind: Mazda MX-5 1.8i vs MX-5 R-Sport

Bob’s a good guy. You’d like him. Bob’s into cars, hangs out in “the People’s Republic of California,” drives everywhere with the roof down and shares the sort of colourful stories you’d gladly pass on to other petrolheads. He never tires of questions and has even been named Man of the Year by car magazines. […] The post Retro Rewind: Mazda MX-5 1.8i vs MX-5 R-Sport appeared first on Hagerty Media.


Wanna Buy a 710-HP Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat? Hell No, You Can't!

Going, going, gone. If you wanted a 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat and haven’t already secured your order, you’re too late. Set to be built in relatively limited numbers, the Durango SRT Hellcat’s order books are full. If this were pretty much any other SUV we’d just say “well, there’s always next year,” but unfortunately


2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge Review: More Tired Than Wired

The facelifted XC90 remains a likable luxury SUV and a so-so PHEV.


That Sucks: Honda Runs Out Of Vacuum Cleaners For Odyssey Minivan

Honda fast-forwarded the Odyssey to 2022 as a result.


Biden's transportation plans, base Porsche Taycan and more: Roadshow's week in review

Here's a look at the car world's biggest stories for the week ending Jan. 23.


2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray: Everything We Know About the Hybrid

The eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette. It’s a mid-engined masterpiece that is so far pretty great in both base and Z51 flavors. And it will have even more variants in the future. That much is almost certain. What exactly these variants are, however, remains an open question until Chevy makes it official. That said, intel that we’ve


Is Your Next Three-Row Crossover On This List?

The three-row crossover is only getting more popular in the new year.


Salvage Lamborghini Huracán With a Manual Is Being Reborn as an Off-Road Racer


Tested: 2021 Audi RS7 Sportback Gets Caught in a Sibling Rivalry

Despite its performance, Audi's new 591-hp RS7 makes a case for the less-expensive RS6 Avant wagon.


Inside Ford's Plans to Become an EV Leader

Plus, Jenson Button returns to Williams as an advisor, and Portimao replaces Sebring WEC race.


10 Stylish Car Seat Covers That Also Protect

You can spice up an old car’s interior or protect a new one for when it’s time to trade in.


Nissan Shows Off Adorable, Minuscule e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept Van

In the near future, could your adventure van be electric? Seems like it’s going that way. And while its early days yet to get the sort of raw energy density necessary to, say, overland for a month off the grid, a tiny electric camper such as this e-NV200 Winter Camper Concept van might be great


The 2021 Buick Envision Is One Of Buick's Only Bright Spots

Almost every Buick model was down in sales last year in the U.S., and big time too, with double-digit losses to Enclave and Encore along with big losses for discontinued models like LaCrosse, Regal and Cascada. There was at least one bright spot, however, with the Envision, which saw a modest 5 percent gain.


NBC Sports Network Is Shutting Down

The de facto home of televised American racing is coming to an end after 2021.


The Corvette C8.R's Flat-Plane Crank V-8 Just May be the Best Sound in Racing Today

We could listen to that V-8 sing all day long.


2021 Porsche Taycan

Pros Fantastic exterior styling (and fun colors) Sounds like a spaceship Feels like a Porsche in every way Cons Unimpressive range Expensive even before options Porsche’s electric future has arrived. The Taycan debuted for 2020, becoming the brand’s first all-electric vehicle and heralding its vision for the coming years. The Taycan eradicates any stigma that


Watch This 1916 Saxon Engine Start for the First Time in Roughly 50 Years


Junkyard Gem: 1992 Subaru Justy


The Perfect S2000 Is for Sale, But It'll Cost You

This 27,000-mile S2000 CR is an apex predator in the world of roadsters. And it might be worth the premium.


Most Expensive New Cars in America

Exclusivity for the well-heeled and well-wheeled.… The post Most Expensive New Cars in America appeared first on autoNXT.net.


The Odyssey Minivan’s Brilliant HondaVac Was Discontinued Because Shop-Vac Went Out of Business


Our 6 favorite woody wagons at Worldwide’s 2021 Scottsdale sale

The more auctions that are rescheduled, relocated, or held online, the more we continue to be impressed at the quality of vehicles available. Case in point: the selection of woody wagons on offer through Worldwide Auctioneers at its 2021 Scottsdale sale (which is actually held at the auction house’s headquarters in Auburn, Indiana). On Saturday, […] The post Our 6 favorite woody wagons at Worldwide’s 2021 Scottsdale sale appeared first on...


598 Big Block Chevy Dyno Pull

Westech Dyno Tested 598-Inch Big-Block Chevy Revs Well Over 7,000 RPM And Makes 888 HP. This all-aluminum solid-roller stroker made a ton of power across the whole pull.


Volkswagen ID 3: Is it the people's EV?

First there was the Beetle, then the Golf -- now a new era is being ushered in with the all-electric ID 3.


Muscle Car City Goes Out in a Blaze of Bidding

At what was once a Wal-Mart in Punta Gorda, Florida was turned into a massive celebration of GM's sports cars. It closed earlier this month, and Mecum is auctioning an impressive collection.


I Would Not Want To Be Running Chrysler Right Now

VW lost half its profits last year, Nissan is trying to dodge tariffs, and flying cars. All that and more in The Morning Shift for January 22, 2021.