Category Archives: Self Drive Cars

2018 Ford Expedition first drive review: an “A” student at last


For a long time, the Ford Expedition was forgotten—perhaps, even forgettable. Last redesigned in 2007, the SUV received next-to-no attention until 2015, when Dearborn deigned to drop a 3.5-liter Ecoboost under the hood as part of the mildest of refreshes. It was fine, the “C’s get degrees” approach compared to General Motors valedictorian lineup of

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Historic Porsche 550A Spyder race car slated for Bonhams’ Scottsdale auction


A legendary 1958 Porsche 550A Spyder works racer that placed on the podium at Le Mans, won its class at the Nurburgring 1000, and is a winning veteran of races across Europe, has been consigned to Bonhams for its January auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, where it is expected to attract rapt attention and towering bids

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Bob Lutz gives grim prediction for the future of the automobile


Follow Viknesh Bob Lutz has been a senior figure in the automotive industry for longer than most, so when he speaks about where it’s headed there’s some authority behind what he has to say. Some zingers include his skepticism of man’s effect on climate change, as well as the long-term viability of Tesla. On one

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This is an Audi S1 on tracks and it looks like fantastic fun


Follow Jeff [embedded content] When Audi decided to take its diminutive A1, it probably figured that an S variant would soon follow. The automaker probably never considered, however, that someone would buy an S1 and stuff a set of tracks in the wheel wells. Someone did, and all we can say is that we want

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Learn the backstory of the 1972 AMC Javelin AMX by Ringbrothers


Follow Viknesh It was one of the most talked about cars at least week’s 2017 SEMA show, but not everyone was a fan. The car in question is a 1972 AMC Javelin AMX built by Ringbrothers of Spring Green, Wisconsin. Although there’s no denying the high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that’s gone

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RIP: Three-door Land Rover Range Rover Evoque goes away for 2018


Land Rover on Nov. 3 quietly confirmed the death of its slow-selling Land Rover Range Rover Evoque coupe* this year—at least in the U.S.  The three-door still will be sold in other markets around the world. The 2018 Range Rover Evoque five-door and convertible will live on. The coupe* was 1,825 days old. Toward the end

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