Most car companies are producing fewer V-8 engines and indeed, fewer V-6 engines. BMW, however, is not entirely on the bandwagon and is instead producing the BMW 760Li V12, a special edition commemorating and celebrating the BMW V-12. BMW 760Li V-12 tops already fantastically pricey range When most car makers make a commemorative edition of Read on! →


Believe it or not, not all states have provisions against drinking while driving. Every state has provisions of driving under the influence of alcohol, rest assured, but not every state has legislated against consuming while behind the wheel, typically known as open container laws. Open container laws vary by state but are usually the same Read on! →


Detroit’s Big Three have not yet dropped their affinity for the glory days, as muscle car names keep getting resurrected. One of the next classics to live on is the projected SRT Barracuda, a new muscle coupe from Chrysler’s sport division. Challenger SRT getting replaced by SRT Barracuda American automakers have a bit of a 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! →


It is now official. God wants the world to “go green” and cut down on polluting greenhouse gases. As evidence, the Pope now has not one, but two, zero-emissions electric Popemobiles, given by the French automaker Renault. Two electric Popemobiles for the price of none His Holiness Benedict XVI, who recently has become known as Read on! →


Mopar, a name that is closely associated with the Hemi engine and the rise of the muscle car, has had a rich and varied history. This month Mopar, the official parts and services arm of Chrysler LLC, is celebrating its 75th birthday. The rise of Mopar The name Mopar itself was coined during a meeting Read on! →


Millions of elderly people are still driving and some of them have some form of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s. What to do about people driving with dementia is still a topic of some debate. Seven states require reporting for drivers with dementia According to the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Arthur Daigneault, a Santa Ana, Calif. Read on! →


Ford recently sent one of its Formula Ford cars around Germany’s Nurburgring faster than a Ferrari Enzo, despite the puny thing having only 202 horsepower and a three-cylinder engine. It also gets almost 60 miles per gallon, easily proving weight is among the biggest obstacles to fuel efficiency. Formula Ford makes molehills of mountains with Read on! →