Lockheed Moves Foward With Big Blended Wing Hybrid Transport Jet Design

Lockheed has had a busy month attempting to stake its claim to America’ staple military aerospace capabilities, unveiling their U-2 replacement concept. Now their large blended wing cargo hauling jet design, dubbed the Hybrid Wing Body, that has been in the works for over six years and aimed to be a great improvement… » 8/27/15 12:08pm Thursday 12:08pm

What is your favorite performance car of the 1990s?

By 1990 the malaise era was long over and you were able to walk into a car dealership and purchase a variety of different vehicles with legitimate performance potential. Although many cars of the 1990s have since been overshadowed by the more potent vehicles offered in the 2000s, the decade had it's share of great… » 11/05/11 5:00pm 11/05/11 5:00pm

Citroen C5 Touring Must Be French For "Hard To Fold Seats"

The new Citroen C5 Touring is by all rights a big time traveler: comfy seats, a really nice panoramic skylight, all the modern luxury accoutrements, sleek styling if you're into the French thing, and plenty of toting space. The Achilles heel of the car is the folding seats, though. When the fronts seats are positioned… » 3/05/08 2:15pm 3/05/08 2:15pm

SEMA 2007: Factory Five Racing Unveils New GTM Show Car Ahead Of SEMA

The beans continue to spill on the custom and project cars we'll be seeing first hand this week at the SEMA show. The latest batch of over-baked legumes are these shots of Factory Five Racing's GTM show kit car. If you'll remember, the current GTM's a factory kit car built with bits and pieces of late model '97 to… » 10/27/07 1:45pm 10/27/07 1:45pm

Going Underground: Corvette, Mountaineer Found in Denver's Dirt

Nope, it's not some literal interpretation of "Need for Speed Underground"; it's a manner of automotive graveyard, which police in Denver unearthed yesterday. Acting on an anonymous tip, authorities found the remains of a stolen C5 Corvette (pictured) and a Mercury Mountaineer. Both had been stripped for parts.… » 5/18/06 8:19am 5/18/06 8:19am