According to a recent report, almost 95% of American households own at least one car. Even though most people today own or have owned a vehicle, few know about the detrimental environmental effects that go into manufacturing their dominant means of transport. Auto production leaves a giant footprint because of all the materials involved in making a car fit for the road – not to mention, the huge expense of manufacturing the same.… [Read more]
The basic fundamentals of a car haven’t changed in 50 years. Automatic transmission, rear differentials, and fuel injectors have been around for a long time. Those technologies have improved incredibly over the years, but they’re all features we now consider standard.
The real breakthroughs in the auto industry now happen inside the cabin — or under the dash, to be specific.… [Read more]
Do you remember this man? No? Well, he’s back anyway. And this time he’s showing us his inner, um, outer Mitt Romney. For those who don’t remember, “Joe Isuzu was a fictional spokesman used in a series of television advertisements for Isuzu cars and trucks. Joe Isuzu was a pathological liar who made outrageous and overinflated claims…” Sounds very familiar.… [Read more]