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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.
The Taillights Alone Modernize The New Range Rover’s Look In A Huge Way
Big surprise: It's one of the best-looking trucks we've seen in a while.
The Next Mazda Miata Will Reportedly Use Hybrid Tech, Compression Ignition
Mazda has declined to comment, but this could mean a healthy bump in torque for the little car without ruining its lightweight nature.
Some Ford Fleet Customers Reportedly Choosing To ‘Wait and See’ About EVs
Ford touts 150,000 fleet and retail reservations for the F-150 Lightning, however.
How the All-Women’s Rebelle Rally Is Making History
The 2021 Rebelle Rally proved extra challenging in the face of new innovations.
Duke Professor and Tesla Critic Missy Cummings Is Exceptionally Qualified for the NHTSA
Don't give too much credence to ranting on Twitter or the 12-minute tirade against automotive oversight that's popped up on YouTube.
People Are Reportedly Paying an Astronomical Average of $45,000 for New Cars
Crazy pricing be attributed to several factors, including the types of vehicles sold, inflation, and incentive availability, among others.
The New Honda Civic Si Sedan Has Me Feeling Relieved
Thankfully, the modest sport compact is still an option in the new car market.