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Posts Tagged: evolution
Small ones that helped start cars soon overtook large batteries that powered them
Rugged capability, and a history to match
Heyyy the magic Bus.
None more mainstream
Mitsu makes room for future crossovers
All Accord-ing to plan
A look back at a vehicle that brought luxury SUVs into the mainstream
Herbie the Love Bug versus the Nazis
Pancakes that sell like hotcakes.
Lamborghini has evolved from making coarse, raucous V12 supercars to making coarser, more raucous and wildly styled supercars.
Chasing down the history of GM’s legendary pony car.
It was the most unsubtle of beginnings…
Modern automobiles contain a sophisticated array of active and passive safety systems. Though autonomous vehicles are on the distant horizon, many of the essential technologies can already be found in cars on the road today. Here’s a look at how the state of the art in electronic safety systems has evolved over time. General Motors…
Boom, bust, or fade.
Prescription for luxury.
All the small things.
The evolution of the mid-engine, baby Ferraris
Still the king.
Built Ford tough.
The best of breed from Maranello.
The original and best Mini.
Coming up on a nearly a quarter century of Subaru’s rally-bred rocketship.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 14 years since the first Fast and the Furious flick hit the big screen screen. In that time a veritable who’s who of high performance metal has played a starring role in the (soon to be) seven movies that have charted the adventures of Brian, Dom, and a…
Tracing the DNA of the car they call Godzilla.
A tiny crown for every day.
Giddy up, Mr. Darwin.
It’s a big country, and there’s a lot of work to do. Here’s how Canadian trucks got it done over the years.