Yesterday, Audi announced that it would officially be building a baby SUV – the Q1 – to expand its lineup. It’s exciting any time Audi has a brand new model, but there are quite a few unique things about the Q1 we’re looking forward to:
The idea of having to get anywhere near a shopping center on Black Friday is painful to even think about. A day after we gather to remember what we are thankful for, millions of people ditch that thankfulness in favor of rabid consumerism. It’s going to be a battle out there, and these kick-ass assault vehicles will get you anywhere you need to go this Friday.
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s not exactly the time to be out looking for campers and RVs. But these things come up very rarely for sale, so you have to jump on it when it’s available. In 1976 and 1977, GM offered its own camper conversions, known as the Chevy Blazer Chalet, and the GMC Jimmy Casa Grande. This 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet is for sale in Los Angeles, and while its condition isn’t perfect, it’d be easy to get it back in great shape.
As you can probably gather from the internet, it’s SEMA time in Las Vegas. Over the weekend, on another popular blog we won’t name, some cool hipster wrote about how all his skinny-jean-wearing pals thought SEMA was lame, stupid and “Very American.” Here’s the truth, champ: SEMA ain’t for you. It’s one of the world’s largest most spectacular trade shows, and it’s where the industry – both OEM and aftermarket – gets a huge chunk of business done. So straighten your ironic trucker hat, twirl your waxed mustache ends and get hip to why this “Very American” event is the envy of the rest of the planet:
8 minus 3 equals 5. That’s a pretty simple equation we learned back in grade school, and now it’s forever embedded in our mind. BMW‘s new “i” lineup has started a similar equation, unveiling an i8 and an i3. Based on our logic, an i5 would be next.
Recent reports suggest that BMW is considering expanding its green-thumbed “i” lineup with a mid-range “5” model sometime soon. Whether it will come in the form of a sedan or an SUV has yet to be determined. But one team of German design students are leaning towards the latter.
Say what you want about the styling, but the Jeep Cherokee is slated to be a huge vehicle for the American 4×4 brand. Jeep may have winners in the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee, but the mid-size crossover market is a massive one and the Cherokee is its first real contender. This has dealers wondering, “where are the Cherokees?”
In America, when we think of the idea off-road vehicle, we think of the Jeep Wrangler. But if you ask someone from across the pond what their go-anywhere, do-anything ride of choice would be, they might tell you the Land Rover Defender. Used as utility vehicle, medical transport, military platform, the Defender is an iconic vehicle known the world over. And this icon’s run is about to officially come to an end.
There was once a time when “custom” or “aftermarket” actually meant that a car would look special or unique. But at this stage in the aftermarket world, it all looks the same. Custom jobs are too predictable; wings, wheels, tires, graphics– boom, put some underglow beneath the chassis, and you’re ready for a ride night in the parking lot of your local strip mall.
Harrods department store — located in the heart of London — has been a place for many a famous photoshoots. And this one is no different. The Jaguar Project 7, C-X17 and C-X75 strut their stuff in front of the iconic landmark all looking a little blue. Click here to download
Models: Project 7, C-X17, C-X75
Following the web debut of the Chevy Tahoe/Suburban and GMC Yukon, Cadillac yesterday unveiled its new and improved Escalade in NYC. In short, the Big Apple was met with a big statement from the luxury automaker. Unlike its other GM counterparts, the Escalade makes a name for itself with dramatic lines from the current Cadillac design language. The package is defined by a demanding chrome grille, long, angular headlights, and massive chrome wheels.
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