Car Reviews

2015 Toyota Tundra Platinum CrewMax Review

Making a case for a Japanese full-size pickup.

2015 Volkswagen Passat TDI SEL Premium Review

Just like wine, we love it, even if it makes us a little sleepy.

2015 Toyota Yaris SE 5-Door Review

Sometimes less is just ... less.

2015 Ram ProMaster City Wagon SLT Review

Ram's downsized van is perfect for your small business.

The Daily Driver

Our auto journalists give daily impressions of the cars they drive.

2015 Lexus RC 350

Ford Mobility Project Looks Beyond Automobiles at Mobile World Congress

Automaker studying the effect e-bikes can have on easing commutes.

It may seem odd for an automaker to be encouraging research into bicycles and how they can help ease traffic congestion, but that's what Ford was doing at the latest Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain recently. At the conference, Ford expanded its Ford Mobility program, which is "the company's plan

Audi's 2016 R8 Is a Sleek, Sharp Supercar That's Available as an EV

Bringing the latest family face to Audi's most powerful road car.

The Lamborghini Huracan was unveiled in 2014, and since the outgoing Gallardo shared its platform with the first-generation Audi R8 (Lamborghini is part of Volkswagen AG, if you didn't know), most assumed that Audi would release a second-generation R8 shortly after the Huracan dropped. Well, it took a few months, but Audi is finally ready to pull back the veil on its all-new R8, and boy, does it look the business.

Watch These 5 Videos to Find Out How Toyota Builds Its Hydrogen Car

Sometimes, the engineering is as exciting as the car itself.

Sure, we all kind of know how a car is built. It starts out life in an assembly plant, some witchcraft happens, and then a fully-built car rolls off the line. It's not terribly often that we get to catch a glimpse into the long process of actually assembling a vehicle. Toyota's over the moon about its new hydrogen-powered Mirai, so the automaker is bringing us inside the plant for a virtual glimpse into how its all-new fuel cell car is built.

Elephant Wrecks Car, Kardashians Crash, 007 Car Chase, and Other Videos

This Week's Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car Videos

It is no less than an exciting week in the world of car videos - from the serious and precautionary to the downright fun. From Dallas to Dubai and back again, Web2Carz brings you another installment in our weekly Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car Videos.

Silvercar is the Smartest Car-Rental Service Ever

Combines the ease of Uber and the simplicity of Zip Cars

Nobody likes renting a car. It's one of those guaranteed hassles that always ends up taking longer and costing more than planned. As if having to wait in line wasn't bad enough, there's the inevitable dilemma of which car you'll settle for since the one you "reserved" (a word that has a paradoxical meaning at all rental counters for some reason) is unavailable. Well rental car companies may soon go the way of taxi cabs if car rental services like Silvercar catch on, which they certainly should.

The 666-Horsepower McLaren 675LT Resurrects a Historic Name

Although its tail isn't really that "LONG," so to speak.

As we creep closer and closer to the Geneva Motor Show, more and more automakers are jumping the gun and dropping tons of information about their upcoming models. One of the more prominent early-releasers is McLaren, which has already given out plenty of details on its upcoming P1 GTR hypercar. Now, the brand is introducing something a bit more subdued, if you could call something with 666 horsepower subdued.

Be the Envy of Everyone on Your Block this Summer with the PlyFly Wooden Roadster

Wicked Tech: Build the gas powered go-kart in just one day.

Since their creation, go-karts have become widely recognized as a symbol of fun, adventure, and creativity, whether they're built for a Soap Box Derby or raced on an outdoor track. One of the biggest barriers to access, though, is that steel karts require several specialized tools to build, repair, and modify them, which most people don't have lying around their home. This is precisely why the creators of the PlyFly go-kart decided to build theirs using wood.

The EPA Is Once Again Updating Its Fuel-Economy Metrics

The resulting estimates should now be easier for consumers to hit.

Fuel-economy numbers have been a big hit in the news over the past couple years. Multiple automakers have been caught inflating their mileage estimates, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has had to step in and chide most of them, resulting in amended numbers that are lower than they previously were. In order to cut down on these occurrences, the EPA is releasing a new set of guidelines for manufacturers regarding how these numbers are calculated.

Infiniti Releases Song and Video Created Using Only the Sound of Infiniti Cars

Luxury carmaker releases unique music video, "Chromatic."

Sometimes things get a little slow over there at Infiniti Middle East, apparently. Recently the United Arab Emirates-based office of Nissan's luxury division announced the release of something unique: "An audio composition and animation made entirely from the sounds and shapes of the Infiniti range," as the press release describes.

The 2016 i-MiEV: Mitsubishi's Littlest Car Remains Largely Unnoticed

Navigation added in an attempt to entice additional buyers.

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV, aside from being awkwardly named, is not the best-selling electric car in the United States - only three were sold last month. Some folks might not even know it's on sale in this country; that's not for lack of trying on the automaker's part, though. Now, for the 2016 model year, in an effort to bring sales up to a more palatable number, Mitsubishi's awfully-affordable EV is adding a very popular piece of automotive technology.

News Roundup: Driving the Queen, Killing the Xterra, Earning a Free Tesla

Your auto news roundup for the week of 02/20 - 02/27.

It's time to say "peace out" to a long-time stalwart of the body-on-frame SUV market, the Nissan Xterra. The Xterra has existed since 1999, which means it had a pretty good run, but in the face of dwindling sales and a new focus on unibody crossovers, it's time for the penultimate small body-on-frame SUV to leap forth from this mortal coil. The only remaining fighter in this segment is the Jeep Wrangler, which will likely outlast us all. Good night, sweet prince.

Chrysler's "Death Wobble" Class-Action Suit Has Been Trimmed, But Not Killed

The issue, according to NHTSA, isn't an issue at all.

Chrysler Group LLC has been accused of concealing a defect in the front suspension of the Dodge Ram pickup that can cause the truck to lose steering control and shimmy excessively. Now, a class-action law suit involving the iconic truck was trimmed this week by a federal judge in California. Express warranty claims were removed from Shaun et al v. Chrysler Group LLC, although implied warranty and consumer protection claims were left in.

The Aston Martin Vulcan Is Pure Evil, Dedicated for the Track

It's awfully hard to top a 7.0-liter V-12 screaming down the straight.

Leave it to Aston Martin to overshadow its own brand. Recently, the automaker released the Vantage GT3, a track-day beast of a thing that's still, somehow, allowed on the road. Now, not even two weeks later, Aston has outdone itself by introducing the Vulcan, an 800-plus-horsepower, track-only demon pulled straight from the depths of eternal hellfire.

Throwback Thursday: How the Porsche 911 Became one of the Coolest Cars in History

The history of one of the most enduring sports cars ever made

Every week we take a look back at how our favorite cars, trucks, and SUVs have evolved over the years - the "embarrassing childhood photos". Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Few cars in the last half-century have managed to stay the course like the Porsche 911. This week, we're taking a look back at where it all started.