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Which car from Germany, South Korea, or Sweden should be yours?
G. David Felt - Editorial
Staff Writer Alternative Energy - CheersandGears.com
What will it take?
Oil started the year at over $100 a barrel and gas prices seemed to continue to inch up over $4 heading towards $5 a gallon.
What will it take to convert to a new fuel?
What option disappeared from Cadillacs from 1942 till 1951? Can you answer that and others in our March 3rd Trivia Tuesday?
The Riviera has an encore in this week's Trivia Tuesday. Can you answer the following trivia?
Some of this week's quiz questions are tough! Can you answer our Trivia Tuesday questions?
What the bird is going on with this Thunderbird?! See if you can answer our Trivia Tuesday for Feb 24th.
Give these questions a try & see how much 'auto junk' knowledge you have packed in your 'brain shop'
Can you identify these oddball cars in this week's Trivia Tuesday?
Happy St. Patrick's Day, now get guessing for Trivia Tuesday!!
Why did Chevy not have a "Small Block" in 1955? Can you get this and the rest of our Trivia Tuesday questions for April 28th?
Can you answer our Trivia Tuesday questions for April 21st?
Talking about old cars in this week's Sunday Column
A Jam Packed Sunday Column - Top Gear, Brands Leaving, and other thoughts
Making the choice between the Lancer Evolution and Abarth, along with other thoughts of this week.
Its a Sunday, Why not kick back and relax with a column from our staff writer?
Latest Reviews (Read More Reviews)
Looking at the smallest and largest Hyundai crossovers
Driving around in Toyota's old school SUVs
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GM announced this week a collaboration with Red Hat to advanced software-defined vehicles. The two companies will build and expand a complete ecosystem of innovation around the Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System as an ongoing evolution of GM's Ultifi software platform.
A sleek, aerodynamic silhouette and connected cabin experience, the Lincoln Star Concept debuts globally today, hinting at the brand’s design language for its future electric vehicles. Check out Lincolns EV Future.
Mercedes-Benz, late to the EV game, but wanting to show its engineering prowess, has completed the first demonstration of their VISION EQXX traveling from Stuttgart Germany to Cassis in the south of France.