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July 2015: Trucks Go Up While Cars Go Down Edition

Filed under: By the NumbersMore than halfway through the 2015 calendar year, automotive sales remain steadfastly strong.

Lotus Elise returning to US in 2020

Filed under: Lotus, PerformanceLotus intends to bring the Elise back to America, but only once the next-generation version is ready in 2020.

FCA Dealers Can’t Sell Used Cars Without Recall Repairs

Fiat Chrysler Automobile dealers won’t be able to sell cars without recall repair work or they risk losing their incentive money under a new agreement with the federal government, Automotive News is reporting.

Ferrari's New 488 Spider Rendered To Look 'Speciale'

Go ahead and think about dropping the top on this 669 PS Italian beauty, while also imagining yourself in other convertible exotics.

Diecast Delights: A Range Rover P38A in 1:18 Scale

The Range Rover has probably never had a higher profile than it  enjoys today. Far from being just a very accomplished SUV the current generation is seen as among the very upper echelon of super-prestige cars.

I Put A Cupholder On My Motorcycle And I Regret Nothing

Cafe racer? Yeah guy, I’m racing to the cafe before they run out of egg sandwiches. Then I’m gonna cruise around at a comfortable 25 MPH while sucking on a delicious iced coffee.

French Electric Swincar Makes Conventional Quads/ATVs Look Unfit For The Job

While it may look a tad on the weird side, the Swincar designed and built by French startup Mecanroc is a really rather brilliant bit of terrain conquering equipment.

Alfa SUV on pace for 2016 launch

Filed under: Alfa Romeo, CrossoverAlfa Romeo's crossover is on track for its 2016 debut, with sales starting late that year in the US.

Confession: We Love Station Wagons (There, We Said It)

The common rap is that Americans don’t like station wagons. I say hogwash. Station wagons once ruled the road as first-class family-haulers.

2016 Honda Odyssey Starts at $30,155, New SE Trim Available

Get that vacuum cleaner for a lower price. The 2016 Honda Odyssey goes on sale tomorrow starting at $30,155, or $350 more than last year's model.

August 3 Weekly Open Thread: Welcome to Amazon, (former) Top Gear Presenters!

Dear Jezza, Captain Slow, and Hamster (Can I call you guys that, seeing as we're co-workers now?), Now that you are joining us on the Amazon payroll (even though, to be completely forthright, we're not exactly on the Amazon payroll, at least most of us), I thought I would take the opportunity to welcome you to the company, late-comers hough you are to this whole Internet-thingie.

This Vintage United Air Lines Training Film Is A Time Warp To 1969

Many aviation milestones happened in 1969. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left footprints on the moon, the Boeing 747 flew for the first time and the U.S.

Electric BMW X7 SUV To Compete With Tesla Model X?

Originally published on EV Obsession. Here’s another recent electric vehicle rumor popping out of Europe, this time implicating BMW.

NHTSA Investigating Harman Kardon for Hacking Vulnerabilities

Fresh from the recent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles infotainment-hacking flap, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced last week that it would look further into supplier Harman Kardon for possible vulnerabilities in other cars, the Associated Press reports (via Autoblog).

Full Classics glitter at the 2015 Pierce-Arrow Society Meet

The stars were out in broad daylight, as one of the most prestigious cars in American history was celebrated from July 21-25 during the national meet at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum in Buffalo, New York, where these highly distinguished motorcars were produced for their entire existence.

GM Ignition-Switch Review Complete: 124 Fatalities, 274 Injuries

- General Motors will settle with 124 families over deaths resulting from faulty ignition switches that were installed in the 2.6 million small cars recalled last year, including the Chevrolet Cobalt and HHR, Pontiac G5 and Sky, and Saturn Ion and Solstice.

How To Read A Business Story, And Why Objective Journalism Doesn't Exist

If you want to understand the cars that end up in a dealership you don’t need to know how internal combustion works or the difference between a camshaft and a crankshaft.

Knife Cuts to the Chase, Stabs Our Long-Term Porsche Cayman S’s Floorboard

- Operating the sort of test fleet we do, it is with fair regularity that we encounter the occasional cracked windshield, bent wheel rim, or chipped hood.