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Porsche gave the Taycan a round of comprehensive updates for 2025, but it left out details about the mysterious variant that lapped the Nürburgring in 7:07.55 earlier in 2024. We won’t have to wait long to learn more: The track-ready model will make its debut this month. The dark preview image released by the Stuttgart-based
  WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden, vowing to “do right by U.S. autoworkers,” launched an investigation this week into whether Chinese-made vehicles could be used to spy on Americans, a far-off threat given the few such cars on U.S. roads now. The White House announced the probe Thursday citing national-security risks about “connected” cars creating

The Apple car was never a sure thing

This week’s decision by Apple Computer to abandon its pursuit of building an automobile — we’ll never know if it was to be named “iCar” — is certain to spur a deluge of books and articles analyzing the project from its infancy to its dissolution. The New York Times is serving readers’ fascination with the
Ford has issued a recall that applies to about 7,500 units of the Bronco built during the 2023 and 2024 model years. The off-roaders included in the campaign were built with hardtop quarter windows that may not have been properly installed, so they risk falling off while driving. Assigned recall number 24V-142 by the National
Before we get into the post, we need to insert a very important note. Because we host photos in a 16:9 aspect ratio, we had to crop the above photo, supplied by Ford, in a way that eliminated the text at the bottom of the photo. The text read: “This is a simulated solar eclipse