Crossovers are all the rage, and entry-level ones are becoming one of the single hottest contests in this silly industry. Ford is not (yet) playing in it. Honda has the HR-V, Mazda has the CX-3, Hyundai has the Tucson, and Jeep has the Renegade. Ford has the EcoSport, a Fiesta-based vehicle it doesn't sell in the US. But for the second time since December, we're seeing the compact 'ute
Until the last down is played this Sunday, we will have the annoyance pleasure of listening to analysts bicker between who will win the Super Bowl, not unlike automotive analysts who do the same thing with cars. If I had a dollar for every conversation about what car would win against another on a specific track, I wouldn't be buying the raw avocados this year for my guacamole. Instead I would be
Who amongst us doesn't like a good power upgrade? But when you're talking about a thousand-horsepower supercar, of course, an extra 10, 20 horses aren't gonna do it. Fortunately, Hennessey has got that covered at SEMA this year, where it will unveil the latest version of the Venom GT with a staggering 1,451 horsepower. That, in case you're trying to put it in context, represents a 207-hp boost
Ford is bringing a whole mess of custom crossovers to SEMA this year. We saw a few modified Edge Sports last week, but now it's time for its bigger brother to shine. To that end, Ford is showcasing a trio of Explorer Sport crossovers it's preparing for the Vegas tuner expo. The orange All Star Performance model is designed as "the ultimate road trip vehicle no matter the destination."