By: Gary S. Vasilash - August 25, 2016 at 5:30 AM
While we’ve noted that the Bloodhound SSC is being prepared to run for a land speed record, it is worth noting that Triumph Motorcycles has announced that next month it plans to run for a record at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
By: Gary S. Vasilash - August 19, 2016 at 4:26 AM
Let’s face it: Scion cars have, by and large been somewhat orthopedic in their design (the exception would be the tC, the exception that proves the rule as its stylishness gave it considerable attention and even credibility outside the expected audience), as in practical, straightforward.
By: Gary S. Vasilash - August 16, 2016 at 5:32 AM
"Nissan is undertaking an all-out assault on the light truck market in the U.S. this fall with a steady stream of new trucks, SUVs and crossovers," said Fred Diaz, division vice president and general manager, North America Trucks and Light Commercial Vehicles, Nissan North America, as the company announced the pricing for its lineup of gasoline-powered Titan pickups, ranging from the Titan S Crew Cab 4x2 at $34,780 all the way up to the Titan XD Platinum Reserve Crew Cab 4x4 at $56,910 (all of which are powered by a 5.6-liter Endurance V8). Nissan is still ramping up its production of the Titan models (the full-size pickup is assembled at the company’s plant in Canton, Mississippi, with the engines coming out of the plant in Decherd, Tennessee), so its sales through July have been not all that robust (7,242 units from January to July, according to Nissan; it is somewhat coincidental that the sales of the mid-size Frontier, which is rather long in the proverbial tooth, were 7,244—for the month of July, alone). However, there’s the assault that Diaz referenced.
By: Gary S. Vasilash - August 12, 2016 at 5:18 AM
Although self-driving aids get the lion’s share of attention when it comes to advanced automotive technology, when you get right down to it, there are plenty of people for whom a high-end audio system would be more appealing than some sort of lane-keeping assist.