The people spoke and Volkswagen listened with its Jetta compact sedan.
There are plenty of metaphorical dumpster fires raging in America today, but few are as fascinating to watch as the one consuming Uber.
Volkswagen has been prohibited from selling diesel vehicles in the U.S. since news of its emissions-test-cheating fiasco first broke in September 2015. According to company spokesperson Jeannine Ginivan, however, that’s about to change.
From Motor Authority:
I’d like to start this review by prattling on about how this 550-horsepower super sports car can slay the toughest track set before it. I’d love to wax poetic about its relentless grip, its composure at speed, its hunkered down feel in sharp bends, and the feeling of joy it imparts to the driver as it helps you turn in quick lap times time and time again.
Pirelli seems to be keen on finding ways to not only re-imagine what its tires are capable of, but where it can infuse its technology outside of the car world.
There’s that old saying stating, “rules are meant to be broken,” but sometimes, rules are rules.
From Green Car Reports:
The ability to travel long distances has long been a distinguishing feature of Tesla’s luxury electric cars, whose Supercharger fast-charging network now offers access to essentially every part of the 48 continental states.
Twenty years ago, Toyota took the automotive industry by surprise with the Prius.
The numbers are in, and Tesla says it delivered 25,000 electric cars globally in the first quarter of this year, from January through March.