• Nissan wants an American driver for its Le Mans team

    Nissan wants an American driver for its Le Mans team

    “We’ll use every driver development tool we have to take them to the next level, but they will also have to step up.” – Darren Cox Nissan is aiming to put an American behind the wheel of one of

  • Stop-start problems could lead to rise of ultracapacitors

    Stop-start problems could lead to rise of ultracapacitors

    The proliferation of start-stop systems in today’s cars and trucks is pretty simple to explain. With these systems, manufacturers have an easy, mostly unobtrusive way of boosting a vehicle’s fuel economy. As with just about anything though, there are

  • What you missed on 9.19.14

    What you missed on 9.19.14

    2015 Ford Mustang first drive Finally. After drooling over the 2015 Ford Mustang since it first drove onto our screens last year, we’ve now had the chance to drive Ford’s pony car in and around Los Angeles. Jonathon Ramsey

  • The ugly economics of green vehicles

    The ugly economics of green vehicles

    It’s fair to say that most consumers would prefer a green vehicle, one that has a lower impact on the environment and goes easy on costly fuel (in all senses of the term). The problem is that most people

  • Are newer guardrails making roads less safe? Federal investigation pending

    Are newer guardrails making roads less safe? Federal investigation pending

    As if its name doesn’t make it clear, the whole purpose of a guardrail is to prevent vehicles from leaving a roadway and veering into potentially even more dangerous territory. However, at least one type of guardrail may not

What you missed on 9.19.14

What you missed on 9.19.14

September 20th 2014 | .General
2015 Ford Mustang first drive Finally. After drooling over the 2015 Ford Mustang since it first drove onto our