Category: automobile

2012-15 Infiniti Q70 / M recalled for propeller shaft fault

A total of 59 sedans recalled for a faulty propshaft, which could crack over time, snap and prevent the vehicle from moving. Nissan Australia has recalled 59 examples of the 2012-15 Infiniti Q70 – also

2020 Mazda BT-50 recalled due to seatbelt fault

Mazda says the rear seatbelt may not function in a crash, with the recall affecting 130 vehicles. Mazda Australia has recalled 130 examples of the 2020 Mazda BT-50 TF ute (MY20) as the rear seatbelt

Porsche Taycan gets a new rear-drive model that’s the most affordable by far

Well, that didn’t take long. As we predicted just this morning when the image of a new, fourth variant of the Porsche Taycan was teased out, Porsche has announced that the EV is getting a

Get These Off-Road Essentials before You Pack Up for the Trails

You’re feeling brave, you have a winch, so sure, go hit the trails in your Jeep, SUV, or truck and deal with nature as it comes. Or better yet, pack these off-roading essentials, culled from

2021 Porsche Taycan’s New RWD Base Model Is Way Cheaper

Porsche has introduced a new rear-wheel-drive base model to the Taycan electric sedan lineup. The new Taycan is powered by a standard 79.2-kWh battery and a rear permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor that makes 402 horsepower,

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Chevy Bolt, Bolt EUV Unveiling Announced for Feb. 14 in Latest Teaser

Chevrolet will unveil the 2022 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV on February 14 with the help of Walt Disney World. In a video about the news, the automaker teased an image of the back of

NHTSA finally passes law allowing replica car sales

Replica fans rejoice! After five years of red tape, a new rule handed down from the U.S. Department of Transportation will make it legal to sell turn-key replica cars in the United States. The final

2022 Chevy Bolt EUV teases tail, reveal date

We’ve seen teasers for the front, sides and interior of the 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV, so it was only a matter of time before we got one for the back end. Not only do we

Toyota builds an autonomous drift Supra to develop advanced driver assistance systems

Remember the electric, autonomous drift DeLorean that Stanford University researchers built? It’s hard to forget, but now those researchers have a new toy. Toyota has joined the good folks at Stanford’s Dynamic Design Lab, and

Stellantis is official, hits the ground running with eyes on China

Carlos Tavares Stellantis, the carmaker forged from the merger of FCA and PSA, is “very confident” of delivering its planned $6.1 billion in synergies, including 80% within four years, its chief executive said on Tuesday.