Month: January 2021

The other iconic Australian cars that fetched big money at auction this weekend

While the ‘last’ Holden Commodore and a HSV GTSR W1 Maloo pulled $1.8 million combined, plenty of other Australian icons attracted huge bids. While the huge amount of money paid for the ‘last’ locally-made Holden

Nissan Recalls 2013–2015 Pathfinder over Brake-Light Issue

Nissan is recalling the 2013–2015 Pathfinder SUV over a brake-light switch issue. The problem, in which the brake lights can become stuck in the “on” position, affects more than a quarter-million of the SUVs. Nissan

U.S. oil industry wants farmers to help it fight Biden’s electric vehicle agenda

NEW YORK — The U.S. oil industry is seeking to forge an alliance with the nation’s corn growers and biofuel producers to lobby against the Biden administration’s push for electric vehicles, but is so far

Learn to code with this LEGO toy

Autoblog may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Coding may be the way of the future, but let’s be honest, it can be

NHTSA Reveals Its Many Accomplishments, 2017–2021

Sometimes, when you’re leaving a job, you get an exit interview. What went right? What went wrong? Why did you ever think it was okay to microwave your leftover fish tacos in the office kitchenette?

Gaming Roundup | Ford presents the ‘Rocket League’ winter tournament

This week brings us more awesome “Rocket League” news, a tease that you’ll soon be able to play “The Witcher 3” in your new Tesla, and some news about the Autoblog livestream. RLCSX Winter Major

Geely says it will make EVs for Faraday Future with Foxconn

SHANGHAI/TAIPEI — China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group says that it and Foxconn are in talks to provide contract manufacturing services to electric vehicle maker Faraday Future. Geely said in a statement that it had signed

Florida man builds very Florida Jeep

The Jeep Gladiator is a very capable vehicle. As such, it can be considered cool, even if its overall aesthetic and design, strewn with knowing, winky easter eggs, falls just short of self-parody. Pole-vaulting way

Would You Rather: Ram TRX or Ford F-150 Hybrid?

Today’s very special Would You Rather? Blue Truck Edition concerns two pickups that exemplify the different paths of their respective automakers. Ram, late of Fiat Chrysler, now Stellantis, brings us the TRX, a 702-horsepower desert-running

While Most Car Subscriptions Struggle, Volvo and Porsche Expand

BMW and Audi are both shuttering their subscription services at the end of the month, joining other automakers that have ended their plans. Yet Care by Volvo and Porsche’s Drive subscription services both continue to