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2015 Volkswagen Golf GTI S Review

The ur-hot-hatch continues to impress the hell out of us.

2015 Mustang EcoBoost Premium Review

The semi-practical Mustang is still full of fun.

2015 Chevrolet SS Review

A solid throwback in an era of looking forward.

2016 Scion FR-S Review

It's why you remember Scion exists.

The Daily Driver

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

2015 Volkswagen Golf

The New Marketing: FCA Gets 2.5 Billion YouTube Views, Kind Of

Car makers can't rely on advertisement alone, must go online.

Do you remember the last time you watched a TV commercial? If you do, you're either a Hulu subscriber, one of the 200 million Americans who don't subscribe to cable TV, or you're over the age of 25. According to an article marketingcharts.com, "Youth as a whole are watching less TV - and the decline appears to be accelerating." the drop-off in viewing by the 18-24 demo isn't showing any signs of reversing."

The 2016 Lincoln MKX Puts Safety and Self-Driving First

Advanced features keep Lincoln drivers from hurting themselves.

Ford's luxury brand is trying to find its place in an ever-more crowded luxury market. As less-than-premium-priced luxury cars, Lincoln needs to find its niche. Perhaps taking a page from Volvo's book, the brand is choosing to concentrate on high-tech gadgetry and advanced safety systems. The new MKX is so advanced, it's practically self-driving.

Floyd Mayweather, Miniature Porsche Motors, and Truly Indestructible Vehicles

Our top five (truly) kick-ass car videos for August 28th.

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 and Dubai and back again, Web2Carz brings you another installment in our weekly Top Five (Truly) Kick-Ass Car Videos.

Explore One Mile Under the Ocean in a Large, Transparent Bubble

Wicked Tech: C-Researcher 3 is the latest in submersible technology.

The ocean is the life source for our planet. Covering 70 percent of the Earth's surface, the vast interconnected global waters affect our weather, regulate temperature, and support organism life. It also serves as a source of transportation and sustenance for humans, yet though we rely on the ocean so heavily, we have barely dipped our toe into exploring this complex habitat.

Guess Who's Crossing Over Now? Jaguar Readies the F-Pace SUV

Because you're nobody if you don't sell a McSUV.

If you want to stay competitive, you have to give the people what they want. Someone at Jaguar HQ must have said words to that effect before decreeing that Jaguar should build a crossover. Or maybe they said something more like, "Hey, I know how we can make a whole lot more money; let's do exactly what everyone else is doing!"

It's Happening (Maybe): Ford Is in Talks to Bring the Ranger Back to the U.S.

And the mid-size pickup market heats up once again. Maybe.

At first, we believed that the mid-size truck segment wouldn't have any more new competitors than the GM twins, the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon. Toyota has answered with an all-new Tacoma, and Nissan ... well, they still sell the decade-old Frontier. Now, though, the segment might expand by one more, as The Detroit News reports that the Ford Ranger might return to the United States.

News Roundup: Mazda's Crash Safety, Hyundai's GT Concept, and the Trackhawk is Coming

Your auto news roundup for the week of 08/21 - 08/28.

Hyundai's bringing some wicked stuff to the Frankfurt Motor Show this year-namely, the Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo concept, which will eventually makes its way to Gran Turismo 6 for the PlayStation 3. This also marks the first appearance of Hyundai's N sub-brand, which is going to be the marque's performance moniker. N stands for Namyang, which is the Korean city where Hyundai is headquartered - so, no, they're not ripping off BMW; there are only so many letters in the alphabet.

Throwback Thursday: Celebrating Three Generations of Mazda RX-7

Remembering Mazda's all-time best handling sports car.

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! This week is no less a walk down memory lane as we feature Mazda's once inimitable sports car the RX-7

Bang for Your Buck: 2016 Audi TT vs. the Used-Car Market

Checking out a new car's competition from the used-car market.

It's no surprise that buyers often compare both new and used cars. For a given price point, the market for potential cars explodes once you start looking away from new cars alone. Sure, you might give up the warranty, but if you're looking for something unique, used cars provide a good value ... provided you pick the right one. Bang for Your Buck takes a look at five used cars you could get with the money you'd spend on the new car we've tested recently.

A New Google Patent Will Help Drivers Avoid Life's Greatest Annoyance: Potholes

Wherein teamwork will save us all from trips to the mechanic.

Automakers and tech companies file a lot of patents. Most technologies never make it off that piece of paper submitted to the government, but companies would rather be safe and patent their ideas, lest a competitor come out of the woodwork and steal said idea. One of Google's latest patents, though, is a radically simple bit of tech that could save drivers everywhere from one of the most annoying on-road occurrences - potholes.

Recall Roundup: GM Headlights, Chevrolet Airbags, and Subaru Fluid Leaks

Let's see what's new in automotive recalls this week.

Chevrolet has issued a recall for variants of the 2014-2015 Chevrolet Impala sedan that are equipped with heated and ventilated front seats. According to the automaker, the Automatic Occupant Sensing system, which determines whether or not to activate the front-passenger airbag, might not turn off the airbag if a child seat is placed up front. If an accident occurs, the child might be injured by said airbag. Resetting the ECU and zeroing the seat's sensor will fix the problem.

A Rally-Inspired Car Built for Driving Thrills: Subaru WRX #CarPorn

Small, speedy, and standard all-wheel drive - what's not to like?

For those of you who like to drool over ridiculously good-looking cars, you are not alone. Car Porn is Web2Carz.com's weekly series where we bring you 10 swoon-worthy automobiles every Wednesday that will always be easy on the eyes and get you through the rest of the week!

Oil Is Under $40 a Barrel, Why Are Gas Prices Still High?

Conglomerates claim production issues, and why would they lie?

Remember last year when gas was cheap (at or below $3 a gallon), and we learned about a huge glut in oil supply that might even keep oil prices low for quite a long time. Then winter turned into spring and prices at our nation's pumps began inching back up, just in time for summer, the season of high gas prices.

The All-New 2016 Nissan Maxima Gets Dolled Up for Safety Car Duty

Say hello to the latest official safety car of VIR.

Safety cars are vital components of every motorsports race. In the even that something happens on the track, it's the job of the safety car to head out to the track, round up all the drivers, and keep them behind said safety car until the track is again safe to race on. Without them, there'd be chaos. Some race series have dedicated safety cars, and some tracks have their own, as well. This 2016 Nissan Maxima fits into the latter category.