The original Defender was the foundation vehicle of the Land Rover line, but a far cry from the luxurious sport utilities that have become synonymous with the marque in the last few decades. It was a rugged, minimalist workhorse. Right up until the last one rolled off the assembly line in Solihull in 2016, the... Continue Reading →
Scammers are the worst. As marketplaces continue to grow their online presence, scam artists are stepping up their games (from all over the world). In 2006, it was reported that 44.9% or almost half of all consumer complaints were related to online fraud. OfferUp, a popular site for buying and selling items has made attempts... Continue Reading →
2019 proved to be an exciting year for car enthusiasts: we saw a revival of the iconic Toyota Supra, a redesigned Porsche 911 and BMW 3 Series, and a brand new McLaren hypercar in the Senna. Those were all properly exciting, but with the new year well underway, I think it’s only appropriate to start... Continue Reading →
The United States has an automotive history so rich and diverse it can be described as nothing short of glorious. As consumers in the United States car market, we have had the pleasure of being offered the absolute best cars from all the best manufacturers, a privilege many countries are not lucky enough to have.... Continue Reading →
There are so many alternatives to car ownership—do you really need one? Here are some things to consider.
Tesla's led automotive innovation in a lot of ways, but will their bold online-only strategy be a boon or a bust?
Car technology is changing faster than ever before. What will our cars look like 30 years in the future?
The Fisker Karma is back, in a new incarnation—the Fisker Revero. Read our impressions of the new (but largely the same) Karma, here in our review.
There’s no question that self-driving vehicle technology is the hot topic in the automotive industry. Every major manufacturer seems to be designing their future models with self-driving functionality. The tech industry is also developing and testing its own solutions, including Waymo (Google/Alphabet’s self-driving car project), Uber, Apple, Aptiv, Zoox, and almost countless others. The applications... Continue Reading →
I was 23 and it was six (that’s twelve in British car years.) I was old enough to know better, but I’d fallen for it at first sight; its boxy beige body exuded strength and adventure and its quirky styling set it apart from the more conventional Land Cruisers and Blazers. I had wanted a... Continue Reading →