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It may have taken a Methuselah-like decade-and-a-half for the new third-generation Tundra light-duty truck to show up, but it appears to have been worth the wait.
These days, customers are buying more car than they can really afford because of the lure of low monthly payments. It is, frankly, very deceptive on the part of car dealerships.
What makes me even more upset are the numerous new Defenders I see driving around my office and home without even a speck of dirt on them.
The EVO37 hit the track at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July, and it recently bowed in all its red and carbon fiber glory in these stunning photos.
Ram Trucks just partnered with none other than Wolverine Boots to make a line of footwear instead of a pickup truck that looks like a boot. The results are pretty cool.
Recent footage shows the R1T undergoing testing in a huge tank of water. As crazy as this sounds, an electric pickup truck only makes sense if you can actually use it like a pickup.
There's good news out there for potential EV buyers. Mazda just announced pricing on their swanky new MX-30 EV crossover.
The new Nissan Z is almost here. Last night, the brand dropped the covers off the production model, and it's every bit as awesome as we hoped it would be.
Well, now the brand is bringing the legendary car back for a 2022 release. That's more than 20 years later, and we can't wait.
Just when we thought it couldn't get better, Lincoln partners up with Detroit watch and style brand, Shinola, to create a special version for the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
Lordstown Motors has been having a hell of a time lately in getting its electric pickup truck beyond more than just a prototype and into the reality of production.
We love it when automakers build cars that enthusiasts will love, knowing that they won't make much money in the process. Such is the case with the Kia Stinger sports sedan.
Ram is debuting a new special edition this week in Chicago, and it's called the BackCountry Edition. From the recently released photos, it looks pretty aggressive.
Do you think you'll see a fully operational flying car soon? Well, wonder no more because a company known as Klein Vision just flew a truly fully functional prototype flying car for 35 minutes.