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North America International Auto Show and How It Can Expand Our Creativity Through Technology.

North America International Auto Show and How It Can Expand Our Creativity Through Technology.

Every January, Detroit Michigan host the North America International Auto Show. In 2016, the NAIAS hosted more than 750 vehicles. 255 more words


Next-gen Mazda SkyActiv engine will trade spark plugs for compression ignition

Almost always, a gasoline engine uses compression, fuel, air and a spark supplied by a spark plug to ignite combustion in a cylinder. Most modern engines use a compression ratio of about 9.5:1, but Mazda has found a way to boost the compression ratio of its new SkyActiv engines to a diesel-like 18.0:1 with some pretty cool technology. 136 more words


Comparison: 2017 Chevrolet Cruze vs. 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback

Occasionally, we hand the keys of a test vehicle to two of our experts to hear what they have to say. Here’s what auto journalists Clayton Seams and Nick Tragianis think about two new players in the compact hatchback segment – the 2017 Honda Civic and Chevrolet Cruze hatchbacks. 1,071 more words

Cars And Car Design

Toyota unveils 210-horsepower Yaris hot hatch

Bet you didn’t see this coming – making good on its promise, Toyota has unveiled its new Yaris hot hatch.

Based on what we know so far, the spiced-up… 95 more words

Cars And Car Design

Upcoming Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will make Hellcat look tame

That’s right, internet citizens – Dodge has announced that they are building a Challenger with more power than the already egregiously overpowered Hellcat.

It will be called the Challenger SRT Demon Demon and its sides will be emblazoned with that devilish logo. 125 more words

Science And Technology

V8 or turbo V6? Which Ford F-150 engine to choose

Choosing the right pickup is hard enough – figuring out which engine to pick when ordering a brand-new truck can be even more of a challenge. 1,201 more words


How to get the most out of your car's headlights

One of the top complaints that drivers have about vehicles is their headlamps. And the camp is almost evenly divided into two groups – those who find their rides’ lamps almost useless at night and those who are blinded by the brightness of oncoming traffic. 611 more words