City and residential driving trips can often be plagued by a sea of red lights. But Audi thinks you should never have to wait at a red light again, thanks to some nifty new technology.
Oh, how everyone loves the hot and handsome Honda Civic Type R. It’s fast, it’s fun, but it will only be available to European buyers — or will it? American fans of the Civic Type R have decided to petition to bring the hot hatch to the U.S.
As someone who spends a decent amount of time taking his Jeep Cherokee out on the trail, it is always disappointing to see a 4×4 that never sees a lick of dirt. You have to laugh when you see a lifted truck, covered in chrome, and you know that it has never been off the pavement once in its life. The truck you see here might be one of the worst offenders.
Infiniti made some waves in the small car world when it debuted the Q30 at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Q30 began Infiniti’s latest push into new market segments, and became one of the more pronounced uses of the brand’s “Essence” styling language. The Q30 might have to add German to its list of languages though, as it appears the small hatch will be developed with help from Mercedes-Benz.
For tens of thousands of American men who served in WWII, the boat-on-wheels that carried them to the battle was one of the most ingenious inventions of the war: the Higgins LVCP (landing craft, vehicle, personnel). Yet it’s only one of the many amphibious military vehicles that have distinguished themselves in military history.
The Russians are a hardy bunch, and are often forced to endure some of the world’s toughest conditions. This might shed some light on what is perhaps their best contribution to the driving world: the Lada Niva. Designed to function in the harshest regions on earth, it has been providing soldiers, police officers, journalists, and adventurers with tough, reliable transportation for almost 40 years.
One of our readers, Terry, has been a longtime lover of all things Mustangs. When an opportunity arose back in 2011 to take a rust bucket of a Mustang convertible and transform it into a pristine show car — Terry jumped on it.
Now, his stunning baby blue Mustang Convertible looks like it came straight from the factory. It’s even garnered a number of awards at the local and national level. Read his full story:
We’ve seen the upcoming Need For Speed film, and though we can’t say much (yet), we can tell you that it will make you enjoy car movies again. Sure, there was a plot, but the real meat of the film was in the racing sequences and police chases. Two things made this great– an epic collection of cars, featuring the NFS Ford Mustang, and the live action sequences conceived and executed by the production team. It will reset your expectations of what a car movie can be in the year 2014.
We may be in a renaissance of design, but there was a point in time where car design was ever evolving. In the years before and after WWII, cars featured styling that we consider iconic today. Even so, some cars truly stand out in that time, and one that took pre-war styling to new extremes was the 1938 Phantom Corsair.
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As BoldRide’s Managing Editor, George Kennedy helps bring forth his voice and perspective of the automotive landscape. Before joining the BR team, George has been a senior writer at WheelsTV, a feature writer for Hemmings Classic Wheels and an associate editor at Autoblog.com. He is also a featured contributor for the Boston Globe.
Miami born BoldRide Content Director, Jeff began writing and attending auto shows while still in high school. As much as he loves the run-of-the-mill Italian supercar, his dream would be to compete in a bare-knuckle rally stage behind the wheel of a Lancia Stratos. If the classic Lancia ever does make it's way back into production he will be giving up his soul to own one.
Michael co-owns the Manhattan Classic Car Club. His idea of a dream vacation is flying somewhere to drive for a few thousand miles and, accordingly, he's racked up close to 500,000 miles driven in his lifetime. That includes five trips to the Nurburgring, and countless other races. While he's piloted more than 400 different types of cars, his first was a 1991 Trans Am.
Bill was born with grease under his fingernails and a socket wrench in his hand. Okay, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration. But he has nurtured a passion for both writing and for all things automotive during most of his 46 years on the planet. He lives with his wife and a motley crew of dogs, cats, and other furry creatures near Asheville, NC. In his spare time he can usually be found at car shows.