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A Toyota Mirai with a full tank of hydrogen managed to set a Guinness World Record with an 845-mile run.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The plane crashed through a fence during takeoff and burst into flames.
A few years ago, Mopar launched a beast of a crate engine called the Hellephant. Now, Chevrolet Performance has an engine called the ZZ632/1000 (an admittedly less fun name) that matches the Hellephant for power, and does so in a possibly more outrageous way: sheer displacement. The ZZ632 is a big-block Chevy pushrod V8 – emphasis on "big" – that displaces 632 cubic inches.
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Audi, BMW, and Cadillac serve up three supersedans that are more amusing than an amusement park.
- Car and Driver
State claims an hour using a gas leaf blower makes as much pollution as driving a 2016 Toyota Camry 1100 miles, so it's electric lawn equipment only after 2024.
- Road & Track
The driver made out without major injuries.
Here are some of the rarest cars ever found in the extensive world of barn finds.
Preparing for a job interview is stressful, including planning what you’re going to wear. Do you go with the beige pencil skirt that scored...
- Raleigh News and Observer
The truck that visited Durham Tuesday is one of only a handful in the world.
Any proper Pontiac collector will be interested in this GTO.
The Ford Bronco Everglades, which first broke cover earlier this year as a mystery overland-style prototype, has been spotted carrying unusual cargo on its nifty factory roof rack. Ford has already confirmed that its partnership with Warn resulted in a winch mount designed to work with the Bronco's on-board safety systems, so it's likely that tech has already long been put to bed. What seems more likely is that we're seeing a rudimentary mockup of the electrical architecture behind Ford's new Continuously Corrective Damping (CCD) adaptive suspension system, which relies on signals from high-resolution sensors mounted at each corner to continuously adjust the valving in the dampers to optimize ride and handling.
After 30 years of sitting, this classic Mustang will finally be restored to its former glory by a truly passionate Mustang enthusiast.
- USA TODAY
No one was seriously hurt when an airplane bound for Boston ran off a runway and burned Tuesday morning near Houston, authorities said.
In a grassy plain in South Africa, once the world's largest gold producer, prospectors have stumbled upon a new treasure: helium.
- Car and Driver
The sportier version of the latest Civic borrows components from the mighty Type R and features a cool exhaust setup.
- Business Insider
A Chicago pizzeria said it temporarily closed because of the labor shortage, costing it $5,000. Its owner said job applicants weren't turning up to interviews.
Coalfire Pizza in West Town, Chicago, shut on Sunday due to a lack of workers. Its owner said some people had quit for jobs at larger restaurants.
- Associated Press
A Spanish court has shelved a lawsuit against American treasure hunters that accused them of having destroyed an underwater archaeological site when they looted a sunken galleon for tons of precious coins over a decade ago. In 2007, the Florida-based Odyssey Marine Exploration scooped up over half a million silver and gold coins from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean when it discovered a sunken Spanish galleon. Spain disputed the company's claim to the treasure, which was worth an estimated $500 million.
Both offer quick driving manners and good passenger space, but let's dig deeper to see what makes each electric SUV special.
23 People Explained Their Decision To Leave Their Workplaces, And It's Incredibly Eye-Opening And Horrifying
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Tata Sons' $2.4 billion purchase of debt-ridden, government-owned Air India will give the conglomerate immediate access to valuable flying rights and landing slots that will help it claw back market share from foreign rivals. But industry executives warn any success will be a long and complicated process that could cost it more than $1 billion and require fixing myriad problems, including its worn-out fleet, poor service and the lack of a charismatic leader. Air India, with its maharajah mascot, was once renowned for its lavishly decorated planes and stellar service championed by the airline's founder, JRD Tata, India's first commercial pilot.