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Fiat’s Miserably Lazy American Ad Campaign Screwed the Company Over
Mini had fun "being British," Fiat... went a different direction.
GM’s ‘Quad 4’ Engines Deserve More Love
GM's Quad Four, on paper, kicked plenty of other contemporary engines in the teeth.
Toyota Marketing Material From the Year 2000 Will Transport You to the Land of Low-Rise Jeans and Baby Spice
You remember the Toyota Echo, right? What about Toyota's Flaming Lips music collab? Isthisatoyota.com?
The Last Plymouth Ever Made Was This Surprisingly Nice 2001 Neon That’s Been Perfectly Preserved
The car's up for auction as of early May 2021 with less than 100 miles on the odometer.
The Geo Metro XFi Is a Legend in the Pursuit of Efficient Ecomodding
Ecomodders are DIY'ers who dial their cars in for more efficiency, not power.
Malaise Motors Is Your Safe Space to Love Cars That People Hate
Malaise-era cars haven't had a huge fanbase, but it does exist!
Even With Only 100 HP the Mazda2 Evil Track Was One of Mazda’s Coolest Concepts Ever
The Mazda2 Evil Track got enthusiasts' imaginations running wild. Finally, the next Mazdaspeed badge?
The Rad Dodge Lancer and Chrysler LeBaron GTS Were Like SRT-4s of the ’80s
The other Lancer that was Chrysler's hot subcompact in the '80s.
Hating on the Toyobaru Is Played Out and Wrong
The FR-S/86/BRZ was, is, and always will be a good little driver's car.
Every Car Enthusiast Should Know Bruno Sacco and His Impact on Mercedes-Benz
His two defining ideas were “horizontal homogeneity” and “vertical affinity” which we'll explain in this post.