Win a Chevy Corvette Stingray and $100,000

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022
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The mid-engine Corvette was perhaps the most anticipated car of the past decade, and it’s easy to see why. It’s a V8-powered, mid-engine sports car with nearly 500 horsepower and 470 pound feet of torque, a dual-clutch transmission and head-turning looks, all for under $60K when it was released. You’d be hard-pressed to find that kind of performance bargain anywhere else. As good as the price was, winning one from Omaze sounds even better. Here are Read More »

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV teased in LT trim

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

Chevy already gave us a glimpse of the upcoming Equinox EV’s exterior and interior design, but now we get to see the inside again in video form and exclusively in its LT trim. It looks like it might be the blue, white and black interior shown in the initial renderings, but these shots look a bit more final/defined than those ones. The dash looks far more sculpted with a couple tiers/levels, and we can see Read More »

2023 Cadillac Lyriq prices revealed, with free charging option

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

Cadillac announced Monday that the standard 2023 Lyriq RWD (with a now-EPA-certified 312 miles of range) will start at $62,990 — approximately $3,000 more than the Debut Edition — and that purchasers of the 2023 model will be able to take advantage of either two years of unlimited public charging credits or a $1,500 rebate to cover the cost of installing their very own level 2 home charging setups. "These are important steps for Cadillac, Read More »

2022 Mercedes C-Class First Drive Review | Junior suite Benz

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

Sedans have become the Jan Brady of automobiles. They’re overlooked and underappreciated, as consumers lavish firstborn attention on SUVs, or coo over the latest electric babies. So when the all-new 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class was announced, the news didn’t exactly light the world on fire. But now that I’ve driven the standard C 300, I feel a bit guilty for overlooking its significance, at least for SUV refusniks determined to keep their feet and seat closer Read More »

Android Auto updated: new look, better split-screen functionality

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

Android Auto users are in line for a fairly sizable update coming soon. Google revealed a totally new look and design for Android Auto at its Google I/O event last week, and the main takeaway is newfound flexibility. Car makers are not exactly consistent with the various screen sizes and orientations used in vehicles. Many favor a widescreen format, while others prefer a vertically-oriented portrait format, and there are so many others in between. This Read More »

2023 Toyota Camry Nightshade becomes brighter, bronzier

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

One of the most common and easy-to-implement special trims or editions for carmakers is the black trim package. They're called all kinds of things such as Midnight Edition, or simply Black Edition. In the case of Toyota, it's called the Nightshade Edition. But for the 2023 Toyota Camry, the Nightshade has become brighter. Instead of gloss black wheels to match the black exterior accents, the Camry Nightshade now features bronze 19-inch wheels. It's especially strange Read More »

'Legendary' Soviet-era Moskvich car could be revived after Renault exit

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

The "Moskvich" Soviet-era car brand could make a surprise comeback in Russia, as Moscow takes over assets belonging to Renault following the French carmaker's exit from the country. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said he would nationalize Renault's car factory in the city, after the Western carmaker said it was selling its local business following the start of the conflict in Ukraine. The plant, which Sobyanin said had a "long and glorious history," will be repurposed Read More »

Autozam kei car monster truck is Hot Wheels Legends Tour finalist

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

Hot Wheels has launched the 2022 edition of the Legends Tour, an annual road trip organized to find the next custom-built car that the firm will add to its catalog of scale models. The convoy stopped in Houston, Texas, and selected a kei-car-based monster truck as a finalist. Built by Craig Meanx, and nicknamed "Texas Toot," the winner in Houston started life as a 1992 Autozam Scrum. Don't worry if that doesn't ring a bell: Read More »

Buttigieg sends $5 billion to cities for safety as road deaths soar

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

WASHINGTON — With upcoming data showing traffic deaths soaring, the Biden administration is steering $5 billion in federal aid to cities and localities to address the growing crisis by slowing down cars, carving out bike paths and wider sidewalks and nudging commuters to public transit. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Monday announced the availability of money over five years under his department's new Safe Streets & Roads for All program. The aim will be to Read More »

BMW XM production version appears in official spy shots

Posted in REVIEWS on May 16, 2022

BMW's controversial Concept XM is in the process of morphing from a design study to a production model. Official photos of a camouflaged pre-production prototype published by the German firm give us a better idea of what to expect from the first standalone M car since the M1. We don't have x-ray vision — we're still working on it — but we can nonetheless point out some of the changes that designers have made to Read More »

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