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Unless you were hiding in a swamp, fishing off the coast of Northern Iceland, trapped in a cave or worse, arrested and recently freed from prison, you’ve heard about the mid-engine C8 Corvette. Of course you have, in auto circles this ride has been buzzing, and while the car is ridiculous in terms of performance, its price has also surprised more than a few.

The big takeaway here – how can Chevy build a car that can compete with a Ferrari for less than $70,000? Yes, this Vette retails for less than $70,000, and while there are plenty of other decent cars you can pick up under $70,000, few if any will yield you 495 horsepower, a curb weight of 1,530 kg, and 470 pounds-feet of torque. If there is only one slight it is 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds. Just kidding, that’s ridiculous as well.

Ok, so here’s the fun part. We [...]

Can you imagine what it must be like to be Elon Musk? This guy is constantly in the limelight, micro-analyzed for every little move. Dude goes to pick up some coffee, and the assumption is he is working on the next big thing and needs to stay up. Guy has dinner with an athlete, and everyone leaps to conclusions on whether said athlete will be a Tesla spokesperson. No matter what he does Musk cannot escape the microscope and we honestly feel bad for him. Perhaps he’d be better off living in the tunnels he’s been carving underneath Los Angeles. But if he did that, he’d need to come up for air every now and again. After all we need to know what’s up with Tesla, especially considering their recent earnings report where the innovative manufacturer was down $408 million in the second quarter of 2019.

While $408 million sounds like a lot, it’s [...]

Being part of the larger car industry can be challenging. Not for the typical reasons one would think. Yes, as with any industry, there are challenges associated with the job, be it on the sales side, manufacturing, marketing, client service/satisfaction, etc. The purchase of a car is much more emotional than rational, so being able to manage all the moving parts alongside the client’s eventual happiness/contentment is far from easy.

But take all this and then combine pressure to stop global warming, and that becomes a rather lofty challenge. Cars get slammed for their contribution to global warming. And when we say slammed, we do mean just that – body-punched, wrestled to the ground, hit over the head and damned to places we wouldn’t wish on our worst enemies. Everyone loves to pile on the industry because the industry is big, bad and ugly. But you know what else? The industry is also ground-breaking, innovative [...]

In Part II of what’s to come in 2020, we jump off with a Chevy …

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

When Corvette goes, it goes big. That’s understandable, it is Corvette after all. But for some time now Corvette faithful have been clamoring for a mid-engine Vette, and that day has finally come. In 2020, the world will bear witness to the Stingray, an exotic ride with a removable roof and a 6.2-liter V8 capable of 490 horsepower. Those lucky owners will be privy to an 8-speed dual-clutch auto transmission and a revised and renewed suspension brings much improved handling abilities.  

If there’s anything you take from this 2-part post, note this – this ride will retail for under $60,000 … gasp!

Electra Meccanica Solo

They forgot to put the brand name in the title, you’re thinking. Well, no, the company is named Electra Meccanica, they’re from Canada, and will begin peddling their electric vehicle [...]

It’s hard to believe we’ve nearly arrived to August. The year has flown by and 2020 is creeping up. The great part about starting a new year is new stuff always await. Cars are no exception and 2020 is shaping up to be a fascinating year for new makes and models.

On the sedan and coupe side this two-part series will touch on the hottest new debuts (and re-mixes from earlier years).   

Aston Martin Rapide E

A full-electric coupe. Yes, you read that correctly. The highly respected British automaker is coming out with a coupe that will be fully electric, wrapped in carbon fiber and aluminum, with a top speed of 155 mph and the capability of hitting 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds. This car will move off the lot quickly. Heck, it will move off their website as well. This is the kind of ride that won’t need a [...]

We’re a bit melancholy, hard to believe we’ve made it to the end. We’d like to take a moment to recognize all our loyal supporters, those readers that said to themselves, “I’d like to know everything I can about each major brand’s infotainment system, and I will hang in for a whopping 12 installments.” Twelve installments, rather impressive, it’s been the longest, on-going series we’ve ever written on and appreciate the support and interest. Now on to the home stretch …

Subaru

The Japanese niche brand has thankfully made Android Auto and Apple CarPlay standard (and part of their StarLink infotainment system) on almost every Subaru model. The only exception to date is the BRZ, but hey, nobody’s perfect. The StarLink system comes correct with auxiliary and USB inputs, Aha and Pandora internet radio as well as Bluetooth. The Legacy and Outback also offer optional 11.6-inch screens which are some of the hottest on the [...]

We’re getting to the tail end, an infotainment system adherent’s number one request – hit us with a comprehensive look at every brand’s infotainment systems so we can make informed decisions and sound extremely intelligent to all infotainment system people in the know. You got it!

Ram

Built Ram tough. Is there anything more American? Sounds a bit cheesy nowadays but that slogan – Ram tough – was all the rage once upon a time. Ram still sprinkles that puppy in every now and again, but instead of relying on simply a tough exterior, Ram is taking it inwards as well with infotainment systems that stack up nicely with the competition.

While an 8.4-inch touchscreen is available as an added option, the 2019 Ram 1500 comes standard with a 5-inch screen. But don’t despair, this 5-inch packs a lot of heat and if you go for the larger screen Apple CarPlay as well as [...]

When Amazon first hit the scene the idea of having a virtual army of FedEx type delivery folks arriving to your door once a day was in a word – nuts. But this is exactly what has occurred and it’s honestly mind-boggling to see the amount of folks that are now employed by Amazon shuttling goods and packages around the universe as if this was something commonplace and not invented up until roughly 5 years ago.

But here’s the issue – sometimes one’s porch, or apartment concierge, etc. is not the ideal spot to leave a package. Said places could be great spots for potential theft and as a consumer one might want a more secure spot to drop a package. Enter Amazon Key. The service (in a way) solves the problem of simply leaving a package on a doorstep by allowing Amazon delivery folks the ability to enter your home, drop said package [...]

The U.S. and Canada have long held a special relationship. In recent times it has been quite amiable, but historians do like to point to the War of 1812 when Canadian troops (still a British colony) marched into Washington D.C. and burned the White House. Good grief! Both sides oddly enough claim to have won that war and the conflicts didn’t stop then. Post-World War I with the U.S. firmly entrenched as the preeminent world power, a plan emerged to invade Canada and even use chemical weapons. The initiative was called War Plan Red and thankfully never came to pass.

Since then relations have been, as mentioned earlier, amicable. On the auto side however, there are some interesting developments currently taking place between the two countries, most notably with California, that could put this friendly relationship to the test. Canada is seeking to side more strongly with California (as opposed to the U.S.) in [...]

We can bet, with relatively great certainty, that there are more things on/in your car you know about than your windows. What we mean is, you know more about your tires, engine, stereo, trunk capacity, paint job, insurance plan, why the cold air takes longer to kick in at the backseat, etc. What is there to really know about the windows after all? They are clear pieces of glass, solidly sealed and exist to protect us from the elements and keep the sights clear and unobstructed.

But did you know there are types of windows? We didn’t think so, which is why you trust this blog and place your life in our hands every week. We deliver cutting-edge information that you will not find elsewhere. And even if this piece right here does not save your life, you will sound wildly intelligent when you relay said information to friends and family.

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