421 Blog Posts From the Auto Industry Tag


The Best International Car Shows

The Best International Car Shows

It does not matter where you are in the world; there is usually a car show to enjoy for all the car enthusiasts out there. But not everybody wants to attend the closest events simply, and the super-fans may be interested to know the key events, which are worth traveling to at some stage in […]

Ford & Firestone Revisited

Ford & Firestone Revisited

When does cancer start? At the cellular/molecular level, probably. Which makes discovering the moment of conception — so to speak — difficult to pin down. Political cancer is easier because we can see it and sometimes even touch it, at the critical moment when it could have been given a bleach bath or something else […]

The Airbag Body Count Upticks – And Will Again

The Airbag Body Count Upticks – And Will Again

Sixteen actual Americans have been killed by Takata air bags so far. The latest victim in Buckeye, AZ. As opposed to the hypothetical Americans not actually killed by VW’s “cheating” on Uncle’s emissions certification tests. More actuals are going to die, too — from the air bags. It’s inevitable; the odds are heavily stacked. There […]

Car as a Service: A Forced Trend Going Nowhere Fast

Car as a Service: A Forced Trend Going Nowhere Fast

RoadShow recently ran a guide to car subscription plans that run the gamut in type and price. It got me to thinking–do people really want to pay for a car subscription which seems like a cross between car renting and car leasing? It’s a lot more expensive than owning or leasing a car, so why […]

The Last Diesel

The Last Diesel

Jaguar has decided — and just announced — it will no longer offer a diesel engine in the XE sedan, which was one of the last passenger cars still available in the U.S. with a diesel engine. Mercedes, BMW, and Audi having dropped their diesel offerings well ahead of Jaguar. The reason why they dropped […]