Jalopnik has already shown you the new Corvette Stingray on the road, and the car has since been publicly unveiled. So why is GM trying so hard to conceal the identity of the car that was spotted testing at Road Atlanta yesterday?
Minivans used to be the universal signifier that you’d given up on life beyond shoveling food into the mouths of your children. But that’s all changed and we want a Ford S-Max. Here’s a new one in America.
Sino-Swedish automaker Volvo has apologized on behalf of the engineer who attacked a spy photographer in a story we brought you first last week. Volvo was quite friendly about it and everyone seems happy with the outcome.
The relationship between spy photographer and prototype engineer is something akin to hunter and prey. Engineers often do their best to evade the prying lens by fleeing but will, on occasion, try to attack the photographer.