Yesterday we covered a few of the surprising number of cool, actually cool, cars to debut at the New York Auto Show. Here’s a few more, and some of them we didn’t expect to respect.
Generally the New York Auto Show is endured, rather than enjoyed. Every marque serious about their newest metal has already pulled its sheets at Geneva, and New York is more of a mainstream, consumer-level nap of a show. Not this … Continue reading
When you read about supercars all day, but never get to drive any of them, you tend to put them on different tiers by performance. I’m looking today at what should be a top tier supercar- the Spania GTA Spano.
When one manufacturer builds a model to compete directly with a competitor’s model, we call it business. When this all happens in the context of racing, we call it the very best kind of business. It was Ford’s great beef … Continue reading
If you’ve ever read more than .06 of my writings, you’ll know that I’m something of a purist. I like old, simple things like carburetors and manual transmissions. Often this makes no sense whatsoever, as fuel injection is much more … Continue reading
Spring is flirting with the breeze here in Kansas City, and we’re digging ourselves out from under piles of melting snow to stare at the sun like it’s some kind of benevolent liberator. I love winter- the coats, the sideways … Continue reading
If you missed yesterday’s post, don’t beat yourself with your iPad. (The warranty doesn’t cover use as a punishment device.) Just go check it out. Then check out the rest of the cool stuff to emerge from under the sheets … Continue reading
Every year in the shadow of Mont Blanc, car manufacturers from around the world take their newest examples through puddles of melting snow to Geneva, Switzerland for the biggest motor show of the year. 2013 has been no exception, revealing … Continue reading
News emerged this week about two new SUVs, very different in segments, cost, and design; but similar in plight. Both have, in recent years, undergone a vast change in audience. Their respective manufacturers, however, have handled this transformation differently. One … Continue reading