Motorcycle racer Carlin Dunne was killed taking part in the 97th Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on Sunday. Dunne qualified in pole position, meaning he was the fastest rider at the event. "We mourn the tragic death of Carlin and he will remain in our hearts forever as part of the
A 2019 Chevrolet Corvette just sold at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction at Mohegan Sun in Unvasville, CT, for $2.7 million. Proceeds will go to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which builds specially designed and mortgage-free homes for catastrophically injured service members, and
According to Leyre Olavarria, who heads up connected car technologies for the Volkswagen Group's Seat brand, all the technology needed for governments to electronically enforce speed limits on new cars already exists. Way back in 2008, Ford announced MyKey technology that allows speed restrictions
We're not normally in the habit of randomly running through Canadian Tire's online tool for finding car parts. Today we made an exception, though, after reading a report from off-road.com indicating that "Canada's top department store" — their words, not ours — leaked confirmation
In addition to showing off its Vision M Next electric concept and a 711-horsepower electric 5 Series, BMW announced today that it has accelerated its EV rollout schedule, and it projects massive increases in electric vehicle sales in the coming years. The German automaker also announced technology for
In March of 2018, The Stig earned official recognition from Guinness after he piloted a custom 5.7-liter tractor down a long straight-line strip of pavement. Top Gear's so-called Track-tor hit 87.
Mini used the occasion of the Nürburgring 24 Hours race to show off a preproduction version of its upcoming John Cooper Works GP. That's fitting, because the GP — the hottest of Mini's hot hatch offerings — has been honed specifically to conquer the Nordschleife of the famous German track.
Autoblog celebrates its 15th anniversary today, June 1, 2019. Autoblog launched to the public on June 1, 2004. A small crew of writers, helmed by editorial lead David Thomas, built up a catalogue of articles before going live so readers would have a full site to peruse.