Articles By: Paul Williams

At the Chevrolet “Powered by Innovation” event in Detroit, media were treated to a glimpse into current and future developments, both in North America and globally, from the “bow tie” brand.

Chevrolet Tech Innovations

At the Chevrolet “Powered by Innovation” event in Detroit, media were treated to a glimpse into current and future developments, both in North America and globally, from the “bow tie” brand. Tags: android, android auto, apple, apple carplay, carplay, chevrolet, cruze, diesel, infotainment, innovation, iphone, mylink, onstar, powertrain, slideshow, tech, voltShare

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2015 Nissan Murano SL

Road Trip: Ottawa to New York in Nissan’s New Murano

Originally introduced in 2003 to a combination of admiration and accolades, the Nissan Murano was a real leap ahead in the midsize SUV segment. Comparables – at the time, boxy and truck-like – immediately seemed dated when parked next to the curvy, modern Murano, one of the first “crossovers” to hit the market. It came…

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No traffic jams, no collisions, no driver fatigue! Wait a minute: that was a prediction from 1956, where “electronic devices” embedded in the road would control traffic. And cars would be powered by electricity, look like Cadillacs or Imperials, and have bubble roofs.

Autonomous Cars of the Future

No traffic jams, no collisions, no driver fatigue! Wait a minute: that was a prediction from 1956, where “electronic devices” embedded in the road would control traffic. And cars would be powered by electricity, look like Cadillacs or Imperials, and have bubble roofs. Tags: apple, audi, autonomous, cadillac, driverless, Ford, google, mercedes-benz, nhtsa, nissan, rinspeed,…

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2016 Chevrolet Malibu

All-new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu revealed at New York International Auto Show

Facing stiff competition in the mid-size sedan segment, Chevrolet responds with an all-new Malibu that’s also available in a fuel-saving and eco-conscious hybrid version. The new Malibu, expected in late 2015, is notable for its sleek styling enthusiastically described by Jesse Ortega, Malibu chief engineer as “gorgeous.” Certainly styling is important, if response to recent…

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The WinterContact Si (stands for Snow and ice) is designed to offer superior grip in snow and slush and a quiet, fuel-saving ride on dry pavement. Its ice braking is superior to the outgoing Extreme Winter Contact, say Continental engineers.

Winter Tire Report: Continental WinterContact Si

People who know of Big Sky, Montana think of crisp mountain air, brilliant blue skies and pristine snow. Skiers are attracted to the location’s magnificent runs; auto journalists wondered how we were going to test Continental’s WinterContact Si there. Tags: continental, safety, slideshow, tire review, winter, winter driving, winter tire, winter tiresShare

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