What’s the top speed of your garden shed? The normal answer to that question is something along the lines of “it doesn’t move, it’s firmly attached to a slab of concrete in my backyard.” A British man set out to disrupt the centuries-old shed industry by building one
Before there were Explorers, Escapes, and Expeditions, there was the Ford Bronco. The Bronco was arguably Ford’s first SUV, and it built a following thanks to its off-road ability and general ruggedness. Ford hasn’t built a Bronco since 1996, but the model may be coming back.
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It’s no secret that Mercedes-Maybach wants to dethrone Rolls-Royce. Part of its model offensive will include a majestic convertible that blends luxury, finesse, and performance into a package tailored specifically for the world’s most discerning buyers. The Vision 6 Cabriolet concept
The U.K. is set to follow in the footsteps of the U.S. and begin testing self-driving trucks on public roads in 2018.
Carried out by the Transport Research Laboratory, the trials will involve vehicles traveling in “platoons” of three, the
After years of leaks and speculation, Ford has confirmed it’s finally bringing the Bronco SUV and the Ranger pickup truck back to North American showrooms. The timing is certainly right — gas prices are
If you own an Android phone, Android Auto is the easiest way to pair it with your vehicle’s infotainment system. Cars with Android Auto allow drivers to access smartphone features like Google Maps, Google Play Music,
College students: Uber wants to be your ride. The ridesharing leader pitches itself as the convenient, safe, and punctual solution to college students’ mobility needs in Uber’s Newsroom
Now that the emissions-test-cheating cat is out of the bag, car manufacturers selling to the European market are going to have to use larger engines, according to Reuters.
The complete collapse of the Australian auto industry unfortunately spells the end of the popular V8 Utes race series. Racing pickup trucks is a highly entertaining pastime, so V8 Utes will be replaced by a new series named SuperUtes.
Yes, Mercedes-Benz really is building a pickup truck. After announcing this unlikely plan last year, Mercedes unveiled a concept version of its upcoming pickup at an event in Stockholm.