Infiniti Q50 May Revert To Older Hydraulic Steering


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Automakers are often at their best when trying something new and breaking free of industry norms, but Infiniti's drive-by-wire steering system, optional on the Q50S sedan, is very much not one of those times. That would be fine if the car's base hydraulic power steering was a suitable alternative, but that's not great ...Read more

Corvette Museum Filling Sinkhole, Three Damaged Corvettes To Be Restored


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For car fans, it wasn't an easy sight to see: Several of the world's rarest Corvettes, resting in a crumpled heap at the bottom of a large sinkhole under the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Now, the future is looking brighter for three of those Corvettes, which General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] has...Read more

Mitsubishi Plans Sporty Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Concept For Paris Auto Show


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Rubbing salt in the wounds of U.S. customers as-yet denied access to the Outlander Plug-In Hybrid, Mitsubishi will show a concept car based on the model at the upcoming Paris Auto Show. The production Outlander PHEV made its debut at Paris two years ago and has since gone on sale in Japan and Europe. There, it's making...Read more

2014 BMW i3 REx 38-HP Range Extender Vs. 14,000-Foot Mountain: Who Wins?


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Steep climbs are the enemy of electric car drivers. While modern electric vehicles are more than capable of powering up a hill, with ample torque, the effect on a car with limited range can be significant. It's less of a problem with a range-extended electric vehicle like the 2014 BMW i3 REx, but a trip to the 14,130-f...Read more

Has Tesla 'Proved Electric Cars Are Better' If Public, Industry Don't Know It Yet?


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When industry analysts, financial analysts and the motoring press have all lavished praise on a car, there's a fair chance it's a pretty good car. That's the case for the Tesla Model S electric car, particularly as two market analysts from Credit Suisse have seen fit to provide a point-by-point breakdown on just why th...Read more