If you own a stock Toyota AE86, Mazda RX-7, Datsun 280ZX, or any of the many legendary sports cars Japan produced in the ’70s and ’80s, first of all: you’re a lucky bastard. Second of all, if you’re having a hell of a time finding little 13-inch or 14-inch tires that actually look “right” on your car, there’s good…
If you can find the time to spare to go an hour from Tokyo into a sleepy industrial part of Yokohama near Shin-Koyasu station, you will find the original factory of Nissan Motors. Inside are a plethora of Nissan engines, and a very friendly curator who will walk you through the automaker’s history.
FULLERTON, CA. – (Oct. 21, 2013) – Yokohama Tire Corporation (YTC) has launched a new mobile website, bringing a fresh, touch-friendly design to YTC’s online presence.
Many people equate electric vehicles with glorified golf carts, and I've long considered it a professional duty to prove them wrong. It's rather addicting, especially when it means driving something like the Yokohama HER-02 EV Sports Concept. Holy hell, this little rocket goes like the devil.