Volvo’s 2013 V40 replaces both the V30 and the V50. But is is no compromise, especially in terms of safety. A European safety regulator reported the highest safety rating any car it has tested — ever. Unprecedented safety rating Volvo has touted its excellent safety record for years, and this week’s report from the Euro Read on! →

Kelly Blue Book, ultimate authority on all things with four wheels and an engine, has come out with its Top 10 Green Cars for 2010. The list has foreign and domestic vehicles, and measures “green cars” on the basis of fuel economy, carbon dioxide emissions, safety and “driving enjoyment.” While the “green” rating of a Read on! →

Cadillac has long been said to be working on a true flagship for the brand, which at this point is being called the Cadillac CT6. The XTS sedan is just not good enough, and the first images of the car were revealed during a commercial during the Academy Awards. Cadillac CT6 will fit in with Read on! →

The Dodge Durango, put to rest in 2008 and resurrected again 2011, is nearing its final days. By 2016, it will be phased out in favor of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Eliminating redundancies In its post-bailout existence, Chrysler and all its subsidiary makes became the property of Fiat SpA. Its new master has said one Read on! →

The German automaker Volkswagen AG is now the proud owner of two legendary premium brands, Bentley and Porsche. The automaker says it will improve both the Porsche Panamera and the Bentley line, while also cutting corners. The automaker is making a retooled Panamera frame the standard platform for all of its future Bentley models. Stretching Read on! →

Bob Russell is a man who loves his car. He was recently reunited with his 1967 Autin-Healey 3000. It was a reunion he thought he would never see. The car was stolen in 1970. Rewards of insomnia On May 11 the Texas resident was suffering a bout of insomnia. So he got online and searched Read on! →