Daimler AG, the automaker which produces the Mercedes-Benz line of luxury vehicles, is facing growing scrutiny after US investigators reportedly found that it installed software to cheat diesel emissions tests on cars, Bloomberg and Reuters reported.
As anyone remembering the uproar that surrounded the pre-release photos of the Jeep Cherokee can attest, it isn’t fair to judge a new car’s styling from photographs. But BMW’s new Concept X7 iPerformance preview of the Spinning Propeller brand’s upcoming X7 full-size SUV has encountered decidedly mixed reviews in social media for its brutalist fashion sense.
No longer will sun-loving Lamborghini Aventador Roadster buyer suffer the heartbreak of living with only 700 horsepower, because at next week’s Frankfurt Motor Show the Italian supercar builder will publicly unveil the Aventador S Roadster.
Some enthusiasts regard the last iteration of the original air-cooled 1995-’98 Porsche 911, code-named “993,” as the best version of that car. Now the wrenches at Gunther Werks have set out to build the best version of the 993, with their 400-horsepower 400R.
Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Santa Monica; all great reasons to visit Los Angeles that are unfortunately overshadowed by the city’s overwhelming traffic and perpetually-gridlocked highways. But through the lens of Ralph & Randy’s timelapse cameras, LA’s traffic nightmare somehow looks like best reason to head to the West Coast.
Lots of cars these days come with dozens of speakers to pump music into passengers’ ears. But those speakers are heavy, and take up lots of space. That’s why Continental just devised a speaker-less audio system that actually uses your car’s interior trim panels to make sound. Here’s how it works.