There's still a scar on the ground here where that car landed and then caught fire. Remarkably, Cincinnati police said the driver has only minor injuries.
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This classic is pushing some serious performance!
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The plane crashed through a fence during takeoff and burst into flames.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Gov. Gavin Newsom missed an opportunity to make streets safer and reduce racially biased policing when he vetoed a bill to decriminalize jaywalking.
- Car and Driver US Reviews
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.
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.
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
Las Vegas police say Gov. Steve Sisolak failed to yield the right of way at an intersection in the south part of the valley over the weekend and is at fault for a crash that followed. Both drivers were cited by police. The other driver involved was cited for speeding.
Here are some of the rarest cars ever found in the extensive world of barn finds.
- 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.
- Road & Track
The driver made out without major injuries.
This is a highly-coveted pony car!
This classic ‘70s RoadRunner is the perfect answer to this car enthusiasts need for a streetable drag car.
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.
- Road & Track
Replacing the legendary Countach with an even more sensational exotic seems impossible, but that is what Lamborghini did in 1990 with the Diablo.
- Business Insider
You'll have to wait almost a year for Tesla's cheapest model. Spring for a pricier version, and you can get one next month.
Two wheelers have long been a cornerstone of life in India — their smaller size and affordability making these traditionally gas and diesel-powered vehicles a go-to means of navigating the traffic-jammed streets of the country's most populous cities. Now, a new startup called River has come out of stealth with an electric two-wheeler scooter -- and accompanying subscription services -- designed to appeal to modern-day consumers looking for an affordable, yet stylish vehicle that can be used for work, play and every task in between. River, founded in late 2020 by Aravind Mani and Vipin George with $2 million in backing from Maniv Mobility and TrucksVC, has grown to 42 people in its short life.
The Dutch government's forensic lab said on Thursday it had decrypted electric carmaker Tesla Inc's closely guarded driving data-storage system, uncovering a wealth of information that could be used to investigate serious accidents. It was already known that Tesla cars store data from accidents, but the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) said it had discovered far more data than investigators had previously been aware of. The NFI said the decrypted data showed Tesla vehicles store information about the operation of its driver assistance system, known as Autopilot.
- Business Insider
Salespeople don't wait for walk-ins anymore and they don't haggle on price, The Wall Street Journal reports.
It can be easy to be dismissive of Porsche interiors. When this 2021 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid slunk into my driveway, I expected either a fairly spartan interior, or one optioned to high-holy-hell with an equally lofty sticker price. The final sticker price on my tester was $101,650.