Maserati is making waves this week, hot on the heels of McLaren’s Artura Spider reveal, with the unveiling of its own convertible masterpiece—the 2024 GranCabrio. Drawing inspiration from the recently revamped GranTurismo, the GranCabrio is poised to redefine what we expect from a super GT in the open-top market.
As we turn the pages of automotive history to February 28, 1932, we mark a significant milestone in the annals of the Ford Motor Company—the day the last Ford Model A rolled off the assembly line, closing a chapter on what was an era of monumental change and innovation in the automotive industry. Now, 92 years later, we take a moment to look back and celebrate the legacy of the Ford Model A, a vehicle that not only succeeded the legendary Model T but also etched its name as a pivotal player in the evolution of modern automobiles.
February is revving up to be a notable month for new vehicle sales in the United States. According to insights from industry experts J.D. Power and GlobalData, car enthusiasts and prospective buyers are in for some good news. Sales are projected to climb by a modest but significant 1.4% compared to the same time last year, hinting at a bustling market fueled by eager consumers and an improving supply chain.
Have you ever paid attention to your tires’ wear patterns? These patterns are not just random marks, they tell a story about your vehicle’s health and your driving habits. In this article, we’ll provide insight into the world of tire wear patterns, help you understand what they indicate and how you can address underlying issues.
February 22, 2024, marks a historic milestone in the automotive world: the 101st anniversary of the 1,000,000th Chevrolet car rolling off the production line. This momentous event, dating back to February 22, 1923, symbolizes not just the success of an iconic American brand but also a pivotal shift in automotive history, where Chevrolet began its journey to becoming a household name.
Seventy years ago today, the automotive world witnessed the birth of what would become an enduring symbol of American luxury and performance: the Ford Thunderbird. Unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in 1954 and released for sale in October the same year as a 1955 model, the Thunderbird was Ford’s answer to the burgeoning demand for personal luxury vehicles, epitomized by its direct competitor, the Chevrolet Corvette.
In an exciting announcement that has set the automotive world abuzz, Cyan Racing, the renowned six-time world champion of touring car racing, has recently introduced an all-new GT version of the Volvo P1800 Cyan. This latest iteration follows the initial introduction of the model in 2020, which paid homage to the iconic Volvo sports car of the sixties, now with a grand touring twist designed for both performance and comfort on long journeys.
In a surprising move that has sent ripples through the clean energy sector, Shell, the global energy behemoth, has announced its departure from the hydrogen fuel market for passenger cars in California. This decision has marked a significant retreat from the company’s previously ambitious plans for the state’s hydrogen economy.
Aston Martin has once again set the benchmark in the luxury sports car segment with the unveiling of the 2025 Vantage. This latest iteration of the iconic Vantage series promises to captivate enthusiasts and connoisseurs with its blend of breathtaking performance, cutting-edge technology, and timeless design.
The Alpine F1 team has taken a bold step into the 2024 Formula One season with the launch of its latest creation, the A524. This new challenger represents a significant departure from its predecessor, embodying a fresh concept that aims to catapult the team towards the forefront of the grid. Alpine’s aggressive approach to the A524’s design showcases a commitment to innovation and performance enhancement.