Congress roasts GMAC, suggests future stimulus in jeopardy In the recently released “January Oversight Report: Exiting TARP and Unwinding its Impact on the Financial Markets,” the Congressional Oversight Panel looked over the entire $700 billion TARP bailout. Among many topics across our nation’s economy, they paid particular interest to charges that GMAC received “special treatment” Read on! →


Shelby American is apparently pretty busy these days, as the company is unleashing a 50th Anniversary edition of the 427 Cobra to go with their Super Snake Mustangs. The number to be produced will be very limited, as just 50 will be built and they will be taking orders very soon. It was 50 years Read on! →


Audi, like every other large auto manufacturing firm in the world, has been showing off its upcoming models at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Among other models, Audi is showing off its new S series of cars, including a new S8. No 10-cylinder option for new performance car The Audi S8, the rare but ultra-powerful Read on! →


Think real-world physics are a drag? Do you crave supernal acceleration and handling, as well as a reset button in case you plow into a crowd of people? Then these top video game cars of all time are for you. Each of these fictional vehicles are a super car in its own way, and most Read on! →


Land Rover has few peers among SUV makers; few brands offer the same combination of luxury and off-road capability. The new crossover SUV by the brand, the Range Rover Evoque, has made a strong start in sales. Global orders up for Land Rover and Jaguar Land Rover and Jaguar are owned by Tata Motors, the Read on! →


Toyota has been saying for some time that the company will have a hydrogen fuel cell car out by 2015. Toyota is at least being consistent, as the company has continually reaffirmed that a Toyota hydrogen car will be out in that year. Toyota hydrogen car apparently on track in development Many carmakers have been Read on! →


Recently, lawmakers in Congress passed a transportation bill which was duly signed by the president. Among its other functions, which includes funding for highway repairs, was the release of technical service bulletins to the public, which normally are only between car makers and dealers. Public now has easier access to technical service bulletins Just hours Read on! →


When it comes to automotive repairs, if you have the tools and the knowledge, you can make things happen. For the weekend mechanic, however, there are some auto repair jobs to leave for professionals. Here are the jobs your trusted mechanic should do. Changing out the clutch While Jalopnik argues that this may not be Read on! →


Virginia lawmakers have ruled that the automotive sales website TrueCar.com violates state law, reports Automotive News. TrueCar will change its fee structure in Virginia to avoid concerns that it is “bird dogging,” or accepting money from dealerships in exchange for sales referrals. Bird dogging is illegal in the state. TrueCar.com business practices run afoul of Read on! →