As a technology-driven culture, we are fascinated by those sleek, sporty “road warriors” that signify wealth, status and cutting-edge innovation. From an exotic Lamborghini to a classic Rolls-Royce, these high-performance luxury vehicles are known for their striking designs, exhilarating speeds and state-of-the-art interiors.
Over the past 100 years, automotive engineers have made incredible strides in performance, efficiency, power and design. From the 1926 Bentley Speed Six (0-60 MPH in 14.2 seconds, top speed 84 MPH) to the present-day Bugatti Veyron Super Sport (0-60 MPH in 2.6 seconds, top speed 267 MPH), mankind’s obsession with speed seems limitless and leaves […]
Flat tires are inevitable for car owners, which is why it’s so important for women to know the basics of changing a flat.
Can the use of rearview cameras cause you to be less likely to get in a fender bender than simply using your mirrors? The answer might surprise you.
Many materials go into the creation of a modern vehicle. Luckily, almost all of them are recyclable, and the businesses responsible for breaking it all down can manage a profit significant enough to be providing such a service. With so many cars being recycled and consumers shifting from a do-it-yourself mindset in regards to maintenance […]
Pickup trucks. Considering the economy, who’d have thought? Three of the top five selling vehicles in the United States are pickup trucks: the Ford F Series, the Chevy Silverado and the Dodge Ram. These three icons of the American automotive industry together sold over 121,000 units in September 2013 alone. That’s more than the Civic, […]
This is a photograph of Alan Conley driving a Crusader at the Illuminations Rally, 7th October 1973. The Clan Motor Company operated in Washington, UK.
Some of us remember when a set of wrenches along with a couple of screwdrivers — both a flat head and a Phillips head — was all you needed to do most of the work necessary on a car.
LaCrosse Missile SystemIt’s painful to say, but it looks like war creates innovative and lasting designs. A country’s designers and engineers seem to do their best work with a “gun to their heads” – speaking figuratively, of course.
The Oak Ridge Boys used to sing about how hard it was to be cool in a mini van. Sometimes it seems it’s hard to be cool in any car – 20 percent of all cars today are white, 20 percent are silver and 20 percent are black. That gives you an idea of how […]