Posts Tagged ‘Autoblog’

Harry Metcalfe channel hits YouTube with ’54 Series I Land Rover

If we know our history of automotive journalism, Evo magazine owes its existence to one Harry Metcalfe. The British supercar owner and enthusiast started the publication back in 1998 and served for many years as its editor and then editorial director. But after some two decades at the helm,…


How to make car depreciation work in your favour

Whether your car is new or used, it will slowly, but surely lose its resale value over time. And while taking good care of your vehicle (with these handy tips) will allow it to retain more of its value, nothing you do will preserve all of it from depreciation.

On average, a vehicle will lose…


Learn to drive a monster truck with Monster Jam driving pros

On the surface, it’s easy to write off monster trucks as big, dumb and dangerous vehicles, but when you start looking deeper, they get a lot more impressive. At least for the people competing in the Monster Jam series, there’s a commitment to safety and some seriously cool engineering to make…


Here’s how people spec’d their C7 Corvettes in 2014

The Z51 option pack was hugely popular full-stop, with a total of 21,105 examples in all bodystyles ordered.

For its first year out of the gate, the 2014 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray did very well for itself, selling 37,288 units worldwide with 34,678 of the new sports cars hitting the…


Here’s how people spec’d their C7 Corvettes in 2014

The Z51 option pack was hugely popular full-stop, with a total of 21,105 examples in all bodystyles ordered.

For its first year out of the gate, the 2014 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray did very well for itself, selling 37,288 units worldwide with 34,678 of the new sports cars hitting the…


Here’s how people spec’d their C7 Corvettes in 2014

The Z51 option pack was hugely popular full-stop, with a total of 21,105 examples in all bodystyles ordered.

For its first year out of the gate, the 2014 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray did very well for itself, selling 37,288 units worldwide with 34,678 of the new sports cars hitting the…


Porsche becomes first company to rent out Vatican’s Sistine Chapel

We wouldn’t go so far as to say God is a Porsche fan, but those in charge of one of the holiest Christian spots on our little blue marble are welcoming the German automaker into one of the the religions most revered and beautiful settings – the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. In so doing,…


Top 10 best and most useful car and auto related apps

While police are cracking down on distracted driving and texting behind the wheel, most drivers (us included) still can’t remember the last time they left the house or office without a mobile device handy in their car. Living an app-centric life may have seemed unheard of even a decade ago, but…


Land Rover to send off Defender with SVR special

Jaguar Land Rover has made plenty of drool-inducing, time-warping performance machines, but most of them – from the XJ220 to the F-Type – have come from the Jaguar side of the equation. That’s where the British automaker’s new Special Operations division came in with the new Range…


DeLorean DMC-12 illustrates how a good idea goes bad with Xcar

When John Z. DeLorean set out to build a car, he had good intentions – it’d be small, efficient, sporty, affordable and safe, complete with a rust-free, stainless-steel body. The outcome, though, was a lamentable mess, a coupe whose prestige rests more with its gullwing doors and its…


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