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Tesla Model 3 and the Bolt in its Plans

The day the automotive world has been waiting for came and went, Tesla Motors revealed their highly anticipated Model 3. There were two mentalities of anticipation, either you are on team Tesla is going to save the world, or ruin my business. Obviously the oil industry, has vested interest in the Model 3’s flopping. They wanted the range to be under 200 miles so the anxiety would hinder sales. Un

Toyota Prius Prime Efficiency

Toyota used the 2016 New York International Auto Show as a venue to debut their impressive new Prius Prime. The New Plug-in Hybrid is a replacement for the Prius plug-in, which was always going to be a low volume and small demographic car. As of right now, only those people in: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, R

The Lincoln Navigator Concept, Accidentally a Pioneer

I have had this theory for a while now, but I have never written about until just this second. For the purpose of this article, I will only introduce my theory and explain in another article. Executive summary: I think that people will eventually be living in their cars en masse. The 2016 Lincoln Navigator concept may accidentally be the first conceptual 2nd generation mobile home. To be frank, I

Impressive Impreza

Subaru chose the New York International Auto Show, to debut their 5th Generation Impreza. This model may prove to be the brand’s most significant release ever. Beyond the maturation of the brand’s backbone, the 2017 Subaru Impreza is also introducing the company’s brand new modular platform. Modularity has a litany of benefits, but their cost is the sacrifice of (by definition) peculiarities. Fo

Riding BMW's Vision (NEXT) of the Future

BMW turned 100 years old yesterday. The company decided to celebrate with a Carolesque view of its lifespan. To properly conceptualize their forecast of the future, they decided to make a car for the year 2116, the BMW Vision Next 100. The concept pictured above is not just a product of imagineering. That word being used in the literal sense one would infer from the portmanteau, not as an implica

Aston Martin DB11 Leaked

My penchant for Aston Martin, is obvious. I honestly believe they are the greatest automaker in the world, because they have never yielded to mediocrity, instead they have striven to make a product that exceeds all others in every way, even in the face of bankruptcy. Despite being (ostensibly) a single (super) instrument band, they are remarkably well rounded. If it were not for the fact that the

The Honda NSX Is Already Outdated

The Honda NSX has been a crowd favorite since genesis. Its intention was undeniably attractive; achieving said objective was inspiring. At the time, Acura’s first sports/super car was unique in that the mastered motoring motive was daily driveability. In the early 90s, supercars were notoriously unreliable. Now, the whole notion of a dependable supercar being a selling point is outdated, the engin

The Rezvani Beast Is Real

When Ferris Rezvani announced that he was going to be making yet another supercar he was met with quite a bit of skepticism. Why would anyone believe that he was to actually make a product, when his first two attempts were vapor. Both the Bulleta RF-22 and the Volarra GT never materialized under his helm (though a Dutch version of the latter will soon be available by the name Vencer Sarthe). Howev

Cadillac: Recalls Revival and Ridiculousness

Once upon a time, General Motors’s luxury brand was immediately associated with world class luxury, a common adage was, if a product was the best of its kind it was the Cadillac of that segment (i.e. the Nest is the [GM-owned-Detroit-based-luxury-automaker] of thermostats). However, today the now New York based luxury auto maker is not even the Nest of its own luxury auto league. In response; th

The First 'Fun' Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius is unarguably one of the most important cars of the generation, and quite frankly, ever. When it was released in 1997, it was ahead of its time, as gas prices had not yet justified its existence. However, gas prices soon skyrocketed and the Prius enjoyed a behemoth of a boost in sales. It was so successful, that it alone accounts for over 40 percent of hybrid sales. Unfortunately,