Only seven will be sold, and the car also comes with a special Omega watch and tickets to the premiere of No Time To Die. Picture this: Your significant other is a giant James Bond fan. They've seen all
Volvo has a reputation for building the safest cars on the road. Now, it wants to be known for producing the least amount of pollution, too. On October 16th, the China-owned / Sweden-based automaker unveiled
After weeks of teasing, Volvo has now unveiled the all-electric version of its XC40 SUV, the Volvo XC40 Recharge. The electric SUV is equipped with a dual-motor powertrain, a range of ‘over 250 miles km)’,
Engineering theory states that, all other things being equal, a mid-engine car's superior weight distribution should enable it to lap a racetrack quicker than a front-engine car. To find out if Chevrolet
MotorTrend delivers the exclusive First Test on the first-ever mid-engine Corvette This far, no farther. Chevrolet's Corvette engineering team has been clear: They had taken the front-engine, rear-drive
Several Tesla Model Y pre-production vehicles with new wheels were spotted on a carrier near Tesla’s Fremont factory ahead of production. In March, Tesla unveiled the Model Y, an all-electric crossover
Tesla is reversing most of its “online sales only” strategy launched earlier this year. The automaker is going to hire more sales and delivery staff, end sales commission for Tesla Advisors, and increase
Could Toyota’s Surprisingly Good-Looking Fuel-Cell Car Change Our Pre-conceptions About Hydrogen Vehicles?
When Toyota designed its hydrogen-powered Mirai fuel-cell car five years ago, its R&D team focused the majority of their efforts and the lions share of its budget on the tech side of the project. And a
It may only be October, but the first snow of the winter has already fallen in the U.S. Lower 48. To our north, some drivers in Canada are starting to face fines if they don't make the shift to snow tires.
Tesla plans to open a new type of retail location called ‘Tesla Centers’ to get around dealership restrictions and try to increase deliveries, according to sources familiar with the matter. Last quarter,