When people buy a truck, it’s typically based on all sorts of capability-based specifications (or longstanding familial preference). How much load can it carry? How much can it tow? Can it take a .50 caliber bullet to the nose and keep trucking? What about an anti-tank shell?
Products like thermal imaging, weapon-mounted range finders and even a new handgun integrally built around its silencer sound like dreams come true to firearms enthusiasts, but to-date such technology has remained military-focussed and too expensive. No more.
Let's get one thing straight: We do not hate green cars. We like green cars. We like diesel. We like weirdness and engineering genius. Which is why we decided to conduct a fuel-economy experiment with a heavy right foot.
Are you ready to get your budget exotic on? Well, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Piccolo toro for you, and that's no bull.
Italian coachbuilder Faralli & Mazzanti has revealed designs for its upcoming Vulca V12 grand tourer. Just ten will be hand built with power ranging from 445 to 600bhp depending on customer specification.
While the 2007 Audi Q7 4.2 TDI admittedly lived at the higher end of the impossible-to-get-in- the-US diesel market, todays review subject is a far more attainable unattainable. The 2007 Honda Civic 2.2 i-CTDi doesn't just have a power train we all lust after—it's a platform we don't see in the domestic market. We're…