More than a year after it was stolen Mission Impossible-style, a yellow 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder owned by TV chef and game show host Guy Fieri has been recovered by law enforcement officers. A bold robbery The car was stolen from a Bentley, Lamborghini, Lotus dealership in San Francisco, Calif. To get to it, the Read on! →


Among the most persistent car rumors is that of a mid-engine Corvette and proponents of that view have been insisting it will happen for decades. There is a hint of credulity, but a lot of gearheads are just unable to let it go already. Not the Mid-Engine Corvette thing again Just like cold sores, new Read on! →


Consumers in the market for a pre-owned vehicle from participating Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram Truck dealerships have yet another reason to take the plunge, reports Automotive News. Used vehicle buyers at participating dealers have the option of signing up for a free, three-month trial subscription to Sirius XM satellite radio and its wide selection Read on! →


Car salespeople who offer a no-pressure, honest sales face to the public will still engage in a number of psychological tricks and triggers to get you to buy that new car. Typically it’s perfectly legal. Thus, consumers should know car salespeople tricks of the trade before going shopping at a lot. Car salespeople are trying Read on! →


The Chevrolet Bolt is being tipped as a serious challenger to Tesla’s electric vehicles, with a claimed 200-mile range. GM is vying to become a top seller of alternative drivetrain vehicles, which is actually sort of working. GM unveils Chevrolet Bolt early General Motors recently announced an EV for 2017 called the Chevrolet Bolt. It’s Read on! →


The Japan earthquake has wiped out production of more than half a million vehicles in the country’s auto industry in the last month. Toyota was hit hardest and warned that the U.S. auto market could see shortages of certain vehicles in the third quarter of 2011. Japan’s auto production disruptions have also affected Ford, which Read on! →


Deer, the herbivorous hoofed animal common to North America, are certainly magnificent, but are also the most dangerous animal on the continent. The reason why is that they cause a lot of car crashes, almost as many as drunk drivers. Deadliest animal in America Believe it or not, the most dangerous animal on the North Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has put its foot down and blocked the Pagani Huayra from being imported to the United States for not having airbags. The NHTSA has refused to grant an exemption to the company to make a car without airbags. Boutique supercar maker sells five cars per year in America The Read on! →


Elio Motors is an automotive start-up, offering a three-wheeler ideally suited to solo commuters with a low price tag and jaw-dropping fuel efficiency. The “definitive” version of their intended car was shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show recently, though a few hurdles remain until production and sales can start. Elio Motors three-wheeler won’t stay Read on! →


The flying car has been a thing of legend since the 1950s. One East Coast-based company is getting closer than most to making the mass-market flying car a true reality. The light-sport aircraft/car hybrid is slated to be sold for around $190,000. History of the flying car There have been dozens of attempts to create Read on! →