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The Dodge Demon Is The Internal Combustion Engine In Final Form The Dodge Demon Is The Internal Combustion Engine In Final Form

Ah, the Dodge Demon. It’s all the angst of internet memedom distilled and tamped down into an 840-horsepower Challenger. A street-legal superlative. Only two questions remain: Who’s buying it and what’s it for? Mr. Regular might have the answer.

Consumer Reports Says It Found 'Big Flaws' With The Tesla Model 3 And Won't Recommend It Consumer Reports Says It Found 'Big Flaws' With The Tesla Model 3 And Won't Recommend It

The Tesla Model 3 has been billed as Tesla’s mass-market, affordable electric sedan, but with a bunch of fancy options, the car can easily get into the high $70,000-range. Even then, Consumer Reports found some issues with it that keep it from earning a Consumer Reports recommendation. However, Tesla claims that its…

Tell Us About The Time Your Car Saved Your Life Tell Us About The Time Your Car Saved Your Life

Cars are designed to protect us in the event of a crash. It’s unfortunate, but it happens sometimes. When did a car save your life?

Pour One Out For The Most Indestructible Chevrolet Caprice In Cinema History Pour One Out For The Most Indestructible Chevrolet Caprice In Cinema History

Twenty years ago today, on May 20, 1998, a new Godzilla movie graced our screens over Memorial Day Weekend. On paper, Godzilla was just another blockbuster monster movie. Yet, in reality, it was clearly a critique on governmental incompetence. And the true hero of the film was the 1992 Chevrolet Caprice taxicab that…

These Japanese Automakers Have Fascinating Histories Behind Their Names These Japanese Automakers Have Fascinating Histories Behind Their Names

By now, we know that there are more accurate ways to pronounce the names of Japanese automakers than the ones that we dumb Americans have been using. Mazda, for instance, is pronounced “Matsuda” in Japan. But did you know that there are also very fascinating historical and cultural reasons behind some of these names?

Disgraceful Japanese Bullet Train Operator Apologizes For Leaving Station 25 Seconds Early Disgraceful Japanese Bullet Train Operator Apologizes For Leaving Station 25 Seconds Early

It’s happened again: A Japanese train left its station earlier than expected and the company has apologized for the inconvenience it’s caused. Twenty-five seconds earlier, to be exact, which is an utterly unacceptable figure.

We Did The Math On Higher Gas Prices We Did The Math On Higher Gas Prices

With gas prices hitting a three-year high and projected to keep rising, we Americans are going to take a hit every time we fill up our flashy new SUVs and crossovers we’re all buying. But there’s a counterargument that today’s vehicles offset rising gas prices with higher fuel efficiency. But are they efficient enough…

This Drifting Graduation Cap Is The Best Thing I've Seen All Week This Drifting Graduation Cap Is The Best Thing I've Seen All Week

Graduation season is upon us. Across the nation, countless hungover students are sitting through long and drawn-out speeches that stress the importance of working hard, integrity... blah blah blah. And dotted throughout the sea of monochromatic graduation caps and gowns, bright spots of color catch the light like…

Oh No, Gas Is Getting Expensive Again Oh No, Gas Is Getting Expensive Again

You know how everyone has been losing their minds and buying SUVs, trucks and crossovers while gas has been cheap? And the people with a little bit of foresight have been yelling back, “WAIT UNTIL GAS PRICES GO UP!” Well, that moment is now, kids.

Tesla Didn't Add Eye-Tracking And Steering Wheel Sensors To Autopilot Over Cost, Driver Annoyance: Report Tesla Didn't Add Eye-Tracking And Steering Wheel Sensors To Autopilot Over Cost, Driver Annoyance: Report

Tesla had once considered adding additional safety features like eye-tracking technology and steering wheel sensors to its Autopilot semi-autonomous system, like General Motors competitor Super Cruise has, but allegedly didn’t because of cost, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

These Are The Worst Lies About Cars You've Ever Told These Are The Worst Lies About Cars You've Ever Told

Honesty is the best policy, but sometimes little while lies, told for fun, are healthy. I won’t tell you when or how to tell them, that’s on you to decide. But they’re usually always fun to think back on.

What A $500,000 Crash Looks Like Front And Center

Last month, video footage surfaced of things going instantly wrong for a driver in a McLaren 720S. Basically, the car took off and slammed square into a parked Audi R8. This week, another clip has been floating around, taken from the passenger seat. In case you haven’t seen it yet, here: watch and weep.

The $25,000-Per-Month Pagani Lease Is Actually A Bargain The $25,000-Per-Month Pagani Lease Is Actually A Bargain

The Pagani Huayra, with a price of $1.4 million, was already expensive. Then the Pagani Huayra Roadster came along and smashed right through that with a $2.4 million price tag. Don’t worry, you can swing it. Just finance it!

Japanese Automakers Are Just Now Realizing That They Should Start Hiring More Women Japanese Automakers Are Just Now Realizing That They Should Start Hiring More Women

Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know.

What An Autonomous Future Supercar Could Look Like, As Imagined By A Movie Car Designer What An Autonomous Future Supercar Could Look Like, As Imagined By A Movie Car Designer

Supercars occupied a tiny niche at the fringe of the car market, but that hasn’t stopped them from capturing our imagination. In fact, it may even be part of why they do. Supercars adorn bedroom posters and find their way onto desks as scaled-down toy models. So, of course, it’s always fun to think about what they’d…

How Extensive Special Effects Helped Finish Furious 7 After Paul Walker's Death How Extensive Special Effects Helped Finish Furious 7 After Paul Walker's Death

When Fast and Furious star Paul Walker died tragically and suddenly in 2013, he was in the middle of filming the seventh installment of the franchise, Furious 7. The event left the fate of the movie up in the air for a while, but eventually the crew was able to complete filming with the help of Paul’s brothers, Cody…

The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Is A Twin-Turbo V12 SUV Behemoth The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Is A Twin-Turbo V12 SUV Behemoth

Here it is, finally, after years of teasers and camouflaged mules: The 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The Rolls-Royce of SUVs is here at last. And it has a wicked trunk setup.

What Are The Best Lies You've Told About Cars? What Are The Best Lies You've Told About Cars?

I assume that because you are reading this website you at least have a casual interest in cars. Sometimes your non-car friends ask you about this interest. And sometimes you lie to them about the cars. It’s okay, we’re not judging.

I Hope My Pal Vladimir Putin Enjoys His New Limousine I Hope My Pal Vladimir Putin Enjoys His New Limousine

I suppose some of you might think I’m a gold-thirsty and heartless monster, but I didn’t ask for this reputation, that’s just you plebs being jealous. I do have a heart, actually, and I’ll prove it to you by telling you a little story about how I gifted a limousine to my friend, V.

Backup Cameras Are Now Mandatory For All New Cars In The U.S. Backup Cameras Are Now Mandatory For All New Cars In The U.S.

It’s true that driver safety tech in new cars is largely very expensive, but now there’s at least one thing you won’t have to pay extra for anymore: A backup camera.

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