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Takata Airbag Troubles Continue: 90 Million More Vehicles May Be Recalled

At last count, the long, drawn-out Takata airbag recall affected roughly 29 million vehicles in the U.S. According to a new report, however, that figure could soar to 120 million in the near future. The reason, of course, is the ammonium nitrate that Takata has used in its airbag inflators.Read More

Technology More Important Than Car Color For 77% Of Shoppers

Over the past decade and a half, much of the world has changed the way that it consumes media. We download music in seconds, rather than visiting record shops. We use gadgets like Roku and apps like Sling instead of keeping pricey cable TV subscriptions. And most of us emptiedRead More

Audi RS Q3 Performance: more power for hot crossover

Range-topping model adds 27bhp and 11lb ft to Audi’s characterful five-cylinder to enable BMW M3-aping performance Audi has injected more power into the 2.5-litre turbocharged five-cylinder engine of its hottest crossover with the new RS Q3 Performance. The Performance model produces a peak of 362bhp, along with 343lb ft producedRead More

Bosch Has A New Gas Pedal That Could Make Your Car More Fuel-Efficient (And Smarter, Too)

Love it or hate it, the Internet of Things is upon us. We have watches that tell us when we’ve been sitting too long, dog collars that keep tabs on our pooches’ pulmonary patterns, and refrigerators that know way too much about our private eating habits. So, it’s not veryRead More

DS Performance launches with new DS 3; more models on the way

News 20 Jan, 2016 DS plans full Performance model range, alongside new coupe, SUV and luxury car by 2020 Latest

Duke’s Den: Ride More!

There’s a conversation I’ve had with new acquaintances that repeats itself time after time once they learn I’m the Editor-in-Chief for one of the biggest and most respected moto publications on the web. “Wow, that must be great to ride around on motorcycles all the time,” is the painfully commonRead More

Pagani Huayra is about to get faster and more hardcore

News 15 Jan, 2016 Pagani is planning an upgraded Huayra BC for the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March. Be afraid… Latest

More Buell Stuff

Press Release from EBR’s new owner, Liquid Asset Partners: For Immediate Release January 15, 2016 New owner of Erik Buell Racing says EBR could make a comeback Milwaukee, WI: The sale of Erik Buell Racing was approved Thursday in Walworth County Circuit Court with Grand Rapids, MI based Liquid AssetRead More

5 Biggest Car Stories Of CES: Faraday Future, Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota, And One More Thing

In recent years, there’s been a growing overlap between the annual Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. In fact, some would argue that CES is more exciting than NAIAS because it features more concepts, more far-out, pie-in-the-sky, gee-whiz gadgetry. That’s probablyRead More

More Details on BMWs Motorcycle Helmet HUD

Yesterday, we wrote about a new helmet from BMW with heads-up display technology introduced a the Consumer Electronics Show. Today, we’ve learned more information about the technology from its developer, DigiLens Inc. Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., DigiLens develops holographic optical materials and copy technology for augmented reality display systems. DigiLensRead More

GM & Lyft Announce $500 Million Partnership To Build Autonomous Car Network & More

Follow the money: it’s good advice for anyone who’s curious about the future of politics, science, technology, or any other field. Today, General Motors and Lyft announced a new $ 500 million partnership that could hint at the future of the auto industry. If you remember GM’s joint venture withRead More

New Tests, New Crash Dummies, And More Changes In Store At NHTSA

The past couple of years have not been kind to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, but it appears NHTSA has learned from its mistakes and is making a concerted effort to do better in the future. NHTSA has always been a scapegoat for automakers and elected officials, but recently,Read More