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We start by discussing GM's decision to stop producing combustion engines for most of its vehicles by 2035 and reminisce about the brand's great legacy in producing potent powerplants. Then, we each pick out three somewhat oddball GM products we'd want to own.By Motorsport Network
 
Check out Mercedes-Benz’ new Mixed Tape Podcast with classical music superstar Alondra de la Parra and Stefanie Kim in conversation. The conductor and industry expert discuss Aldondra's personal curation for Mixed Tape #65 – "The Rite of Joy“ – and the importance of connecting to other people through creativity. How does empathy in face of adversit…
 
Mercedes-Benz Mixed Tape ist wieder da – und zwar mit Felix Jaehn und Markus Kavka. Während die zwei im Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC durch Hamburg fahren, unterhalten sich die beiden Musikexperten über Kollaborationen, alles, was die Musikbranche ausmacht, und natürlich das 15-jährige Jubiläum von Mercedes-Benz Mixed Tape. Seht euch den Podcast an …
 
Christmas is right around the corner and we’ve been comparing our wish lists among the editors and writers of Motor1.com. Not surprising, we all want a lot of car stuff. Performance parts, accessories, tools, toys, and games – our wants and needs run the gamut and will be keeping our loved ones busy this holiday shopping season. On today’s episode,…
 
Somehow, in a year when we’ve seen the debut of a mid-engine Corvette and an electric Mustang, it’s Tesla that manages unveil the most controversial vehicle of the year, if not the decade, if not ever. We're obviously talking about the Tesla Cybertruck, which debuted last week in a circus-like unveiling with sledgehammers, broken glass, bullets, an…
 
Today, it’s just Global Editor-in-Chief John Neff and Writer Christopher Smith going head to head. All week we’ve been arguing the Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric crossover unveiled by Ford last weekend to compete with the upcoming Tesla Model Y and other new EVs entering the market. The fact that Ford has used the Mustang name for this vehicle, th…
 
It's near the end of November which means the auto industry begins it's annual migration to sunny Southern California for the Los Angeles Auto Show. The LA Auto Show has earned a recent reputation for being a 'green' show, with plenty of plug-in vehicles and excitring advanced technology. When doors open to the Los Angeles Auto Show early next week…
 
The Specialty Equipment Market Association holds its annual trade show every year in early November in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is… a spectacle. Fortunately, Motor1.com Editor and Video Producer Clint Simone used to work for SEMA and loves attending the show. He’s back with a first-hand report of the most popular cars at SEMA, and we’ve got another bi…
 
Kia this week released a teaser image of the 2021 Optima sedan that set our corner of the Internet on fire. It looks fantastic, at least what we can see of it. This is hardly surprising, though, as Kia and its corporate cousin from Korea, Hyundai, have been pumping out awesome designs for a few years now.…
 
This week Volkswagen introduced the eighth generation of its Golf hatchback, a global car that’s one of the best-selling automobiles of all time. It offers a comically long list of power options, and it looks like, well, like, Golfs have looked for decades, just a little newer. On today’s episode, we’re going to talk about this mega-important debut…
 
Welcome to the second episode of our new podcast series, Motor1 On One, where we interview the interesting and unsung characters who make car enthusiast culture so colorful. On this episode, Global Editor-in-Chief John Neff welcomes master car detailer Todd Cooperider. Cooperider is the founder of Esoteric Fine Auto Finishings near Columbus, Ohio. …
 
Today, we’re talking about power. The Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye comes straight from the factory with 797 horsepower. And it was just announced that the 2020 Ford Super Duty can tow up to 37,000 pounds thanks to a 6.7-liter diesel engine that produces over 1,000 pound-feet of torque. These monster motors beg the question: can you ever have too…
 
It’s Truck Week on Motor1.com, and not because we planned it that way. For whatever reason, there’s just a lot of truck stuff happening this week. The biggest thing is the Texas State Fair, which has become the place for truck makers to debut new editions and updates for their popular models. On this week’s episode we’ll talk about all the news com…
 
The Frankfurt Motor Show happened this past week, and among all the new cars that were shown was one we just couldn’t stop staring at. It’s the BMW Concept 4, which is a two-door concept car that foreshadows what the redesigned 4 Series coupe will look like. We weren’t staring at it because it was so good looking, though. We stared because of its g…
 
The all-electric Porsche Taycan super sedan is finally here, and like all new electric cars, comparisons between it and what Tesla’s selling have already started. The most obvious matchup for the Taycan is the Model S, so on today’s episode, each car is getting a champion in the form of a Motor1.com editor and we’re going to duke it out to discover…
 
On this week's episode of the Motor1.com U.S. podcast, Global Editor-in-Chief John Neff, Senior Editor Greg Fink, and Writer Christopher Smith go through the new Corvette's pricing and options line by line, trim by trim. What they find is shocking – the new Corvette is perhaps the best performance bargain they've seen in the last decade, if not thi…
 
By the end of 2109 no fewer than 25 vehicles on sale today will be discontinued - that’s a lot! And whilst some of them we’ll miss, for most of them, they deserve the axe. On today’s episode we’re going through the list of ‘dead cars walking’ with an eye towards which cars we’d save, and which cars we’d recommend take their place.…
 
2019 has already seen the return of the Toyota Supra and arrival of the mid-engine Corvette. But for every one of those ground-breaking debuts, there are dozens of cars that are withering on the vine from lack of attention. We discovered 20 cars on sale today that have been around since at least 2010 with only minor updates. A couple of them even g…
 
So the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette finally debuted last week, and it was a new car launch for the ages. Honestly, no one has been able to stop talking about it, including Motor1. We’ve written so many articles about the Corvette since it’s introduction that you might as well call us Corvette1.com. On today’s episode, we’re going to keep the conversatio…
 
Almost 50 years ago to the day, the Apollo 11 mission landed on the moon and marked man’s first footsteps on another celestial body. In the half century since, our exploration into Space has continued and automakers have actually been involved in some crucial and interesting ways. We’re going to talk about the cool ways that car companies have inse…
 
The day is almost here. It’s T-minus 7 and counting until the debut of the all-new, mid-engine Chevy C8 Corvette. This is the most anticipated new car debut of the year, bar none. It’s big news anytime a new Corvette is unveiled, but this time, Chevy’s iconic sports car is switch from to a mid-engine layout after decades of teasing. Today we’re goi…
 
This week we lost a giant of the auto industry: Lee Iacocca. A veteran of both Ford and Chrysler, Iacocca stamped his mark on both automakers, giving one an enduring icon and saving the other from the brink. He was considered one of the greatest CEOs in any industry, and on this episode we’ll be discussing his legacy and some of our other favorite …
 
On this week’s show, we’re discussing the Chevy Camaro, which anonymous sources have claimed will be discontinued after the 2023 model year. If that happens, this would be the second time that GM has killed the Camaro. The decision isn’t final, and there’s a long time between now and then for GM to change its mind, so let’s discuss whether or not i…
 
On this week’s show, we’re going to discuss a topic that will never see resolution. It is an argument we’ve have had with dozens of people dozens of time. Each time, no one walks away satisfied and nothing is accomplished, and yet we’re drawn to discussing this question again and again. The topic of today’s show is, what’s the difference between a …
 
This week we’re talking about Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, the SF90 Stradale. Plus our weekly roundup of the biggest automotive news stories including FCA proposing a merger with Renault. Plus the cars we’ve been driving this week are the Lexus LS hybrid, Mazda3 and Kia Soul X-Line.…
 
The Nissan 370Z could be on borrowed time. As it stands, the droptop version of the long-running sports car will disappear after this year. The 370Z has endured in the automaker’s lineup essentially unchanged since its debut all the way back in 2009. Numerous special models have appeared through the years, the most recent being the 50th Anniversary…
 
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