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Automotive Technology

  • The Evolution of the NASCAR Race Car: From Moonshiners to Next Gen

    The NASCAR race car has come a long way since the early days of moonshiners modding their cars to go faster. In this blog post, we will explore the evolution of the NASCAR race car from its origins to the Next Gen platform that is used today. We will take a look at how the sport has changed over time and what changes have been made to the cars themselves. So, without further ado, let's dive into the history of NASCAR!

  • GMC Knows Super Cruise Is More Than Just Hands Free Lane Keeping

    Quite honestly I've been pretty happy with the current state of the industry when it comes to driving assistance technology and "lane keep assist" type features that are available from most manufacturers today. They all have different names but fundamentally those technologies depend on a camera and some other sensors that help keep your car between the lanes. This is a huge benefit when it comes to long road trips. However, it wasn't until last week at a General Motors test track outside of Detroit that I started to realize just how awesome Super Cruise can be.

  • Mustang Mach-E Is A Road Trip Ready EV

    Electric Vehicles have been something I've been enamored with for the past several years. Ever since I got my first tasted during a launch of event for the Kia Soul EV back in 2014, the promise of smooth, quiet, rapid acceleration has been a dream that would one day finally be practical. Back then, we were excited to have an approximate 90 mile range and the concept of "range anxiety" has continued to be a major obstacle to EV adoption. Vehicles such as the Mustang Mach-E though are beginning to prove that EVs can be practical and compete head to head with ICE cars and that makes me very excited!

  • What To Look For When Considering a Car For Commuting

    Sure, we all love big powerful trucks and sportscars that are oozing horsepower and comfort but sometimes you just need something that is compact, inexpensive, and dare I say it, a bit practical. We're not talking about your daily driver or a prestige car here, this is something that you need for getting back and forth to work. While an attractive design is important, things like tech to support the driver in traffic, ability to park in small spaces, and fuel economy are key. That's why we're excited about the new 2022 Hyundai Kona that was just unveiled.

  • Bulletproof Glass For Your Car? Here's What You Need To Know!

    Bulletproof glass has always been more of a cautionary and reactionary investment; this means that its demand is mostly related to the situation, crime rate, violence, etc. The global bulletproof glass market is expected to reach $7.65 billion by 2022 which is a 13.6% increase from 2017.

  • Ways To Accessorize Your Car To Match Your Personality

    Many car and truck owners want their vehicle to truly represent their lifestyle. Sure, the vehicle you get when you first purchase it is nice, but it’s not quite you. It doesn’t look the exact way you’d like it or it’s missing a few car accessories you’d like to have. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to modify your car or truck and have it suit your lifestyle. Here are just some options for things you can buy to start stylizing your car or truck.

  • Michelin Unveils Uptis Airless Tires at MovinOn Summit

    Michelin and General Motors presented a new generation of airless wheel technology, the MICHELIN Uptis Prototype at the Movin’On Summit for sustainable mobility today. GM intends to develop this airless wheel assembly with Michelin and aims to introduce it on passenger vehicles as early as 2024.

  • Modern Technologies That Make Driving More Enjoyable

    In the past several years, a lot of exciting tech has found its way onto new cars of all price points. Even base models today are packed with technology that makes driving more enjoyable. Whether it's meant to improve driving safety or just make vehicles more fun to drive, the new technology is now much more available to the average driver than it once was. In the past, many of these features were only found in six-figure automobiles. Today though, you can find versions of these in most new cars, but they come together nicely in the Cadillac CT6 Platinum.

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