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Debuting at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show, Project 2&4 is an open-wheel race car with the heart of a MotoGP racing bike.
The automaker will use the suit as part of its new-driver education program, in the hopes that motorists will think twice before making a bad decision.
Fiat used the Mazda MX-5 as its starting point for the 2017 124 Spider, but you'd be hard-pressed to figure that out yourself. Featuring all-new sheetmetal and Fiat's own 1.4-liter four-cylinder powertrain, this Italian-designed roadster is a serious throwback to the original 124, which debuted nearly half a century ago.
Jeff Bakalar takes Logitech's G920 Driving Force steering wheel for a spin with Forza Motorsport 6 on Xbox One. It's expensive, but racing enthusiasts don't need to look any further.
Ashley discusses an out-of-the-box idea for a futuristic autonomous car, a kiosk that paints pictures on your nails in a snap and Tesla's plan to curb irresponsible drivers abusing its autopilot feature.
Next won't have a working prototype until at least 2020, but its autonomous car concept is fun to consider. It's hoping to create transparent boxes on wheels that could couple and uncouple from each other as it travels through town.
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Brian Cooley shares with you the basics of wheel alignment: camber, caster and toe.
All-weather tire destruction could be in the cards for FCA's quintessential muscle car, if this concept has anything to say about it.