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Here’s a Great Look at the Camouflaged Integra Prototype
I snuck out of a work call to get these pictures.
The V8 Ford F-150 Still Exists, and Now You Can Order It With an OEM Supercharger
There's no horsepower like factory-backed horsepower!
With the Upcoming MDX Type S and Integra, Acura Is In Danger of Becoming Cool Again
The first Acura Type S SUV is inbound!
Ex-Executive Shares Serious Allegations of Discrimination at Rivian
When a highly credible and accomplished individual in the automotive industry speaks up, it's critical that we pay attention.
New York’s New Draconian Exhaust Law Is Baffling
How the state intends to uphold this law in practice remains to be seen. What will the maximum decibel limit be? How will the exhaust's decibel level be measured?
Havoline Is Making a USDA-Certified Renewable Motor Oil
Do not put it on your salad, though.
Studying the Federal Cash Flow Behind Local Police Traffic Stops
Two important pieces of journalism from the New York Times came out this week laying out specifics of this subject.
Why Hyundai Is Betting on Solid-State Batteries
Hyundai (and sister company Kia) have announced a partnership with Factorial Energies, a Boston-area technology company focused on creating solid-state batteries.
Subaru Backs Off In Right-To-Repair Battle
Subaru complied with right-to-repair laws by disabling its telematic services on 2022 vehicles.
Years Of Car Culture Vanish As Jalopnik’s Overlords Hide Thousands Of Images
Jalopnik is no small slice of car culture, and losing easy access to a big collection of its images really is a shame.