Death of the Rotary Engine

–Christopher Little Last Friday, the final Mazda RX-8 Spirit R rolled out of the factory in Hiroshima.  Not only did it mark the end of a true enthusiast model, but it brought about the end of the rotary engine.  For Mazda, the tradition began with Cosmo Sport back […]

Mini Introduces the Clubvan

–Christopher Little Mini has announced that it will sell a cargo-focused version of its Clubman, aptly named the Clubvan. The rear seats of the Clubman are gone, having been replaced with a flat floor, ideal for transporting small cargo.  In addition, the rear side glass has also been […]

2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T

Last Tuesday, Hyundai dropped off a 2013 Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium for us to test. We had 1000 miles and seven days to see how it stacked up. So we planned a road trip from our headquarters in Upstate, NY to the summit of Mount Washington to find […]

GM to recall all Chevrolet Cruzes

-Scott Villeneuve Thats right, every Chevrolet Cruze is being recalled.  The reason for such a huge recall is due to a fire risk in the engine bay. The Detroit Free Press broke this story earlier, and you can read the article here. In a quote from GM: “Improper […]

SRT Track Experience

–Christopher Little I’ve always associated SRT with large displacement engines, tire smoke, and quarter mile times.  And in many respects, that’s a pretty accurate assessment.  Street & Racing Technology is so named because that’s what goes into these cars.  I, however, was under the impression that, despite this, […]

An Apology

Readers, It has come to our attention that one of our contributors, Mr. Davis, is guilty of blatant plagiarism.  Our attention was called to this issue by the Hooniverse.  When Scott V., Scott W., and I founded this blog, we set out to bring an enthusiast’s perspective to […]

The “Enhanced” 2013 BMW Alpina B7

-Scott Villeneuve Today BMW has announced its new, updated Alpina B7.  Stating in the press release that it is a super-high performance luxury sedan with enhanced features, efficiency, and individuality for discriminating customers.  Not sure about you, but I wouldn’t really discriminate against the B7, its always been […]

Lamborghini Gallardo – A Tribute

-Scott Villeneuve No car company does it quite like Lamborghini.  The Gallardo has forever been the “baby” of the family, starting off as the little brother of the Murcielago, and now the Aventador.  But with the pricetag of a house, the correct engine placement, and the sound that […]