What you should know about Formula E

What you should know about Formula E

As our production cars make the slow change to green power, it’s only right that our race cars do too. It’s more necessary for them as they’re clearly more polluting than our little 1000CC city cars! Does this mean racing will be less fun and engaging? The idea of a silent race is very odd, […]

Hummer H1

The Most Versatile Cars

When it comes to picking a car, we’d all love to go for a ludicrously fast supercar to cruise about in, unfortunately this can’t happen. Other commitments mean we must comprise and select a car more suited to a varied lifestyle that includes long cruises, tight city centre driving and the occasional bit of off-roading. […]

Vauxhall Insignia

Best Company Cars

What actually makes a good company car? That’s a question asked by numerous business people all around the UK and for those managing fleets, ensuring you get the best deals while displaying the right image should be amongst the top goals for your company – no matter how big or small. So, we’re here to […]

2018 Honda Accord

Hondata Tune Gives 2018 Accord More Torque Than Civic Type R

Though much ink and electricity has been spent lamenting, with good reason, the slow death of Honda’s naturally aspirated engines, there are benefits to the rise of the company’s turbo engines. For one thing, the dearth of torque people have complained about with Honda engines is gone. For another, it’s proving to be quite easy […]

2018 Ferrari Portofino

2018 Ferrari Portofino First Drive Review

It’s about 9,500 miles between the Golden State and a swanky former fishing village on the Italian Riviera known as Portofino, where pastel-painted cottages mix it with celebs and super yachts. For Ferrari, however, it’s a gap of 10 years between the launch of the California, its first front-engined V8 sports car and this, the […]

Mercedes-AMG GT

Mercedes-Amg Gt Four-Door Kind Of Officially Revealed

Mercedes has finally announced the reveal date for the Mercedes-AMG GT four-door. The elongated version of the coupe will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March. Ahead of that reveal, Mercedes released a few teaser images of the executive sports sedan, or potentially hatchback. Lucky for us, they’re not cryptic shots of […]

2018 Chevrolet Traverse

2018 Chevrolet Traverse Rs Brings Turbo Crossover Performance To The ‘Burbs

Chevy has unwrapped the new 2018 Traverse RS ahead of the Chicago Auto Show, putting a face to a vehicle we had details about last January. No one here at the Autoblog offices has been eagerly awaiting a performance version of the company’s three-row crossover, particularly not one sporting a couple less cylinders than the […]

widened XJ-S

Lister Introduces 666 Hp, 208 Mph Limited Edition Thunder

Lister is one of the most storied nameplates when it comes to Jaguar-based racing cars, with tons of Le Mans heritage on its shoulders. The company says it’s Britain’s oldest surviving racing car company. As well as racing cars, Lister has produced several road-going specials, such as the widened XJ-S derivative called Le Mans and […]

2018 Range Rover

2018 Range Rover Velar

We love Range Rovers. No, really, we do. The combination of top-tier luxury and Wrangler-like capability elicits such a deep emotional reaction that we’re able to easily block out any negative insult that might be hurled toward our ears. And that is exactly the type of response that the company desires of potential customers. Top […]

2018 Chevrolet Equinox

2018 Chevrolet Equinox Diesel First Test

When we tested the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox last year with its base 1.5-liter gas turbo-four, we came away with mixed feelings. The engine was good, but the transmission frequently wanted to get to the highest gear, kicking you out of the turbo-four’s powerband. Now, we’ve got another 2018 Equinox, this one powered by a 1.6-liter […]