There’s all kinds of buzz about Terminator 5 in the news. Already, there is plenty of speculation about who will be cast as Sarah Connor, and who Arnold Schwarzenegger will battle in his major return to film, after running the State of California for the better part of a decade. Whoever gets cast, director Alan Taylor – who helmed Thor: The Dark World this year – has big shoes to fill if the driving scenes are going to be this good:
Of late, Ford has been diving headlong into a “global” vehicle and branding approach, but it appears that General Motors is going in the other direction. In fact, GM’s Chevrolet division is putting the finishing touches on its exit from the European market as we speak. But why is this?
It’s that time of year again. No, we’re not talking about presents and stuffing and holiday cheer (yet) — it’s automotive award season! Now, not every automotive publication and outlet chooses the end of the year to announce their respective “Car of the Year” awards, but quite a few have been declared by this point in the year. Here is a roundup of the cars that have been awarded so far, maybe shedding light on which vehicles might win North American Car and Truck of the Year.
Say you are an exceptionally wealthy individual with a penchant for the automotive that far exceeds amassing as many mid-engined Ferraris as your garage can hold. What if you are the type of well-heeled connoisseur that knows that one incredibly rare car can outweigh a full stable of supercars. Then you would appreciate the impetus behind the Bertone Mantide.
A few days ago, the Brookings Institution issued a report suggesting that Cash For Clunkers didn’t have the economic or environmental impact it set out to accomplish. The Brookings Institution seems to have missed the larger point on why Cash For Clunkers was initiated in the first place.
Today is Thanksgiving, which has given us pause to consider what we should thankful for. Having our health and happiness is great, but what we really care about is what sort of car items you should be thankful for. The typical driver goes through life without a care for many of these things. Some of these are definite items that only the enthusiast can appreciate, but others are items that all drivers should consider themselves thankful to have in their daily commute.
That’s it folks, we just named our first-ever Bold Ride of the Year, and believe us, this selection was not easy. While there were many worthy contenders, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 inched out the competition and earned the top spot. And here’s why:
One of the funny things about an office is that since everyone dresses mostly the same, you look for any avenue with which to assert your individuality. Festive ties and coffee mugs with your alma mater or favorite sports team only go so far. If you’re a car guy that means you should take that motivational poster off the wall (you know the one– with the bald eagle that says “PERSERVERANCE”) and replace it with one of these epic car cutaways of famous racing vehicles.
Did you know that men prefer red cars more than women? Or did you know that women prefer silver and beige as their favorite car colors? A company called iSeeCars out of Woburn, Massachusetts, compiles millions of used car listings and they are able to analyze the data. For this study on gender and vehicle color preference, iSeeCars compiled 30 million listings, and hundreds of thousands of inquiries to dealerships. They looked at the data, and here’s what they found.
If you haven’t already noticed, we made our way west to check out this year’s LA Auto Show– and there was a lot to see! We’ve already taken note of the Jaguar F-Type, Chevy Colorado and Subaru WRX, just to name a few, but there were plenty of other new reveals worth noting.
Here’s our recap of this year’s LA Auto Show:
- Auto Shows
- Bold Rant
- Bold Ride of the Week
- Bold School
- Brilliant Mind Behind
- Classified of the Week
- eBay Car Of The Week
- Event Highlights
- Future Ride
- Hot Rods
- Jaw Dropper
- Most Popular
- Race Ride
- Sold Ride
- Spied Ride
- Tech Ride
- The List
- Weekly News Recap
- Weird Ride
- Wheels Wallpaper
- Who am I?
- Your Ride
4x4 Aston Martin Audi BMW Bold School Bugatti Cadillac Camaro Chevrolet Classic Car Concept Car Corvette Coupe Dodge eBay Car of the Week Ferrari Ford Future Ride Green Jaguar Jaw Dropper Lamborghini McLaren Mercedes-Benz Muscle Car Mustang Nissan Popular this Week Porsche Racing Shelby Sports Car Supercar SUV The List Toyota Tuner Unveiled Video Volkswagen Wallpaper Weekly News Recap weird ride Who am I? Your Ride