The Pontiac Firebird may have shared a platform with the Chevrolet Camaro, but you could argue, especially in Trans Am trim, that the Pontiac was the ultimate F-body. Beginning in the 1967 model year, the Firebird went on to be the Camaro’s more flamboyant cousin, making a name for itself on track and on screen. It… Continue reading “Here’s everything you need to know about the iconic Pontiac Firebird Trans Am”
Originally posted 2017-08-29 19:44:05.
The Plymouth Barracuda only stayed in production for 10 years, but cemented its place in American muscle history with the Hami ‘Cuda variant. By the end of its life, the Barracuda was struggling with the same regulations that would eventually end the first muscle car era. A 1975 Barracuda was planned before the end of the… Continue reading “Here’s everything you need to know about the beautiful Plymouth Barracuda”
Originally posted 2017-08-29 18:16:28.
So, your Hellcat might be more dangerous than originally anticipated. Sure, you bought the car to invite a certain level of danger into your life, but that probably didn’t include an oil slick on your windshield or the sudden, fiery death of your engine. Both of which can reportedly happened to the Dodge Charger and Challenger… Continue reading “A recall notice has been sent out for Dodge Hellcats with a possible fatal flaw”
Originally posted 2017-08-29 18:10:03.
The auto industry seems to be ready for disruption. It is an industry that has functioned largely without changes for the past hundred years, but with the emergence of technologies such as artificial intelligence, self-driving and robotics, the basic paradigm of the industry is expected to change. Robotics, for example, has been used for a long… Continue reading “Self-Driving, AI And Robotics Set To Transform The Auto Industry”
Originally posted 2017-08-21 07:17:47.
Don’t expect Pamela Anderson to be using her fame to endorse Uber or any other app-based, ride-hailing service any time soon.
The former “Baywatch” beauty is out with a new public service announcement (PSA) called “The Driving Game!” that slams the ride-hailing industry. As an homage to the classic TV game show, “The Dating Game,” Anderson plays a passenger grilling three male contestants vying to drive her home, and — given the slew of Uber and Lyft drivers who’ve been accused of rape, murder, and other crimes across the country — you can understand why the two identified only as “Ride Hail App Drivers” come off as something akin to dates from hell.
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Originally posted 2017-07-16 13:59:58.