Month: May 2021

The 2021 Ford Bronco Sport might be based upon the Ford Escape, but it’s far more cheeky and fun than its urban sibling. Like recent Jeeps and the larger Bronco, the Bronco Sport hides some Easter eggs. Bronco Chief Designer Paul Wraith told Motor Authority ahead of the reveal of the Bronco and Bronco Sport
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Construction crews have been working hard to renovate Detroit’s Michigan Central Station in order to turn it into Ford’s technology headquarters. The building, finished in 1913, has proven to be a trove of small, historical treasures, though. The latest such historical knick-knack is a pre-prohibition era Stroh’s beer bottle stuffed with a letter. Unfortunately, although
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DETROIT — General Motors’ plan to restart most of its plants affected by the industry’s microchip shortage within about a month shows that the crisis might be starting to ebb. “It does suggest that things are improving — an early indicator that the industry maybe is starting to get on the other side of this,”
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It seems as though the aftermarket is already putting its mark on the 2021 Ford Bronco, as evidenced by this four-door model wearing Roush graphics. Spotted by Reddit user 1lkylstsol and used here with permission, this Bronco Big Bend looks seemingly stock save for a couple of giveaways: the Roush-branded red stripe streaking down the
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Automakers in the Indian automobile hub of Chennai will be allowed to keep operating, the state government said, amid protests by workers who fear catching COVID-19 in one of the country’s hardest-hit states. Tamil Nadu’s government on Friday extended a near-total lockdown as coronavirus infections and deaths rise in the southern state, where average cases
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Nothing affects your Internet experience as powerfully as your connection’s bandwidth and any transmission delay. As the differences between a connected car and a smartphone evaporate, a robust data connection can greatly enhance a vehicle’s entertainment, weather, traffic, communication and navigation options. It can also ease the path to autonomy. That’s one reason some automakers
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We’ll stop saying good things about Kia as soon as the brand stops making fantastic vehicles. Until then, the South Korean automaker is the juggernaut that seemingly cannot be stopped. The Telluride, Sorento, K5, Stinger, and Soul are all great to drive, easy to live with, and solid values. Predictably, the Seltos follows that trend.
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Uber and Lyft have both pledged to electrify their ride-hailing services by the end of the decade as part of efforts to reduce pollution and counter climate change. A smaller startup has accomplished that today. Earth Rides launched its ride-hailing service in Nashville in October with an all-electric fleet that now has nine Teslas, a
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David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich are no strangers to junkyard engines and bizarre modifications on Roadkill Garage. On Engine Masters, they take that to the next level, adding crazy upgrades to stock or scrapped hemi and mopar engines. #MotorTrend #EngineMasters #Mopar MotorTrend is the ultimate streaming destination for gearheads coupled with the latest automotive research
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