Moab Edition added to the 2018 Jeep Wrangler lineup

Jeep and Moab go together like apple pie and ice cream. Every year, the automaker holds its annual Easter Safari in Moab, Utah and thousands of Jeep lovers flock to this off-road mecca in an exercise of shared passion. To commemorate its love affair with all things Moab, Jeep is serving up its first limited-run JL Wrangler, and it's appropriately called the...

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Jeep adds Moab Edition to the 2018 Wrangler lineup

Jeep and Moab go together like apple pie and ice cream. Every year, the automaker holds its annual Easter Safari in Moab, Utah and thousands of Jeep lovers flock to this off-road Mecca in an exercise of shared passion. To commemorate its love affair with all things Moab, Jeep is serving up its first limited-run JL Wrangler, and it's appropriately called the...

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The top shall drop: BMW teases 8-Series Convertible

BMW realized the return of its 8-Series coupe with the 2019 M850i xDrive luxury coupe launched in June, but we’ll see the first-ever 8-Series Convertible join it in the near future. BMW teased the 8-Series drop-top on Wednesday and provided photos of the car camouflaged up during hot-weather testing in the United States. Engineers took to the deserts of Nevada …

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Chris Evans’ SpeedKore 1967 Chevy Camaro featured on Jay Leno’s Garage

Chris Evans recently received one heck of a gift from fellow actor Robert Downey Jr. After starring in the latest Captain America film, Downey Jr. presented Evans with this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro featuring extensive work by SpeedKore. Jay Leno recently a close-up look of the car in his garage, and luckily for us the cameras were there to film the …

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Wonder why carbon-ceramic brakes are so expensive? Watch how they’re made

Although carbon-ceramic brakes will outperform cast iron rotors all day, there's a good reason why only the most high-performance cars wear them. Foremost, they cost thousands of dollars, but ever wonder why? The manufacturing process behind carbon-ceramic brakes is extravagant, to say the least. A video shows the exact process and it's not your average...

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Faraday Future’s first pre-production FF91 rolls off line at Californian plant

Electric car startup Faraday Future appears to be back on track with development of its first model, the FF91, following a rough couple of years resulting from cash shortages and a senior executive exodus. The Chinese-backed, U.S-based company reached a major milestone Tuesday with the completion of its first pre-production FF91 at its plant in Hanford...

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2020 Ford electric SUV spy shots

Feast your eyes on the first spy shots of Ford’s performance-oriented electric SUV. This is the 300-mile small electric SUV promised for 2020. Ford in early 2017 teased the possibility of using the Mach 1 name for the vehicle but only this week we learned that a strong negative response from Mustang fans has persuaded the automaker to seek another …

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Mercedes teases EQC electric SUV ahead of Sept. 4 reveal

Mercedes-Benz is gearing up for the launch of its EQC at an event scheduled for September 4 in Stockholm, Sweden. Ahead of the reveal, the automaker has released some teasers for the small electric SUV. The teasers hint at the smooth, streamlined shape of the EQC and detailing that is designed to give the vehicle a modern look. The taillights however look...

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This Audi S5 has a Tesla Model S powertrain

Engine swaps are an integral part of automotive culture. For decades, gearheads have ripped out factory engines and replaced them with something superior, at least in their eyes. Perhaps the powertrain in the Tesla Model S will soon become the GM LS V-8 swap of the future for those who prefer electric propulsion because what we have here is pretty...

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Why Porsche’s Project Gold 911 isn’t street legal in most countries

Porsche pulled the wraps off of Project Gold, a resto-modded 993-generation 911 sports car to much fanfare last week. The 993-generation 911 is special to Porsche aficionados: it was the final air-cooled Porsche 911, the first to feature twin turbochargers, and it boasted the nameplate's first aluminum multi-link rear suspension. Alas, Project Gold can't be...

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