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September, 2017

  • 24 September

    The Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R Race Car is Now For Sale

    A cool $259,000 is the starting price of the race-ready Camaro GT4.R, now available for sale to the public. Based on the Camaro ZL1 production car, the GT4.R is built to meet global GT4 regulations thanks to Chevrolet’s technical partner Pratt & Miller Engineering, who constructs and sells the race ...

  • 23 September

    Pirelli Rolls Out New Rubber for Old Classics

    Owning and driving vintage automobiles is cool, but finding new tires for your ride can be a bit of a challenge. Pirelli feels your pain and now offers a dedicated tire range for classic and vintage car enthusiasts. Need period correct tires for your old Beetle or pampered Lamborghini Miura—they ...

  • 22 September

    Turn 10 Studios Drops Forza Motorsport 7 Trailer

    Forza Motorsport is one of our all-time favorite racing simulators. We’ve spent hours upon hours driving, racing, drifting, and rallying through Forza’s many titles, including its latest edition, Forza Horizon 3. However, with Forza Motorsport’s newest title, Forza Motorsport 7, we’re ready to lose a week’s worth of work glued ...

  • 21 September

    2018 Volvo XC40 Crashes Milan’s Fashion Week

    MILAN, Italy — Style has long been a key component of the automotive world, from the perspective of both industry and customer, but the connection to the world of haute couture has tended to be a tenuous one for most automakers. As such, Volvo’s decision to debut its new XC40 ...

  • 20 September

    2018 Buick Cascada Adds Three New Colors, New Package Configurations

    For 2018, Buick developed three more colors for the Cascada, injecting the soft-top with some individualization and sportier appearance options. In addition to the existing palette, the cabriolet can now be ordered in Rioja Red Metallic, Dark Moon Blue Metallic, and Carrageen Metallic. While two of these colors appear to ...

  • 19 September

    Is Mazda the Savior of the Internal Combustion Engine?

    With the recent increase in popularity of hybrid powertrains and electric cars, you would be forgiven for thinking that we are beginning to see the demise of the internal combustion engine The electric revolution is almost at full charge, but Mazda may have the technology that could save the ICE. ...

  • 18 September

    Land Rover Offers Off-Road Driving Lessons in the Defender

    We’ve been deprived of the Land Rover Defender for a few decades now here in the U.S., so we’re looking forward to an all-new version that’s destined for our market. But before that model arrives, drivers can get their fill of the iconic SUV by taking off-road lessons from Land ...

  • 17 September

    2019 Genesis G70 Brings the Fight to the 3 Series

    If you ever had doubts Hyundai was serious about taking the fight right to the Germans’ doorsteps, the new 2019 Genesis G70 should put them to rest. A brand landmark, this shapely four-door is a full salvo against the BMW 3 Series et al. The second model to arrive under ...

  • 16 September

    Five Things We Love About the 2017 Vanderhall Venice

    The Vanderhall Venice is a return to the bare-bones open top touring of yesteryear, made even more exhilarating by a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder churning out 200 hp and 200 lb-ft of torque through the front wheels. In a three-wheeler, that’s quite a bit of power. It’s enough to rip to ...

  • 15 September

    Porsche Cayenne Coupe Is Possible If You Want One

    SUV coupes make absolutely no sense, but that hasn’t stopped BMW and Mercedes from introducing these vehicles to satisfy a niche market. And according to a new report, Porsche may join the fray with a coupe version of the Cayenne. Speaking with Autocar, Porsche boss Oliver Blume said the company ...