Elon Musk, the sometimes controversial CEO of Tesla, and Jim Farley, the CEO of Ford, discussed the future of electric vehicles on Twitter Spaces.
A sad day for bow tie fans. General Motors has announced that they are retiring the legendary Chevrolet Camaro at the end of model year 2024 as the automaker shifts to an all-electric lineup by 2035.
Dodge wanted to show off some Muscle for the Sema Show 2022. As many of us know Dodge is in the midst of some significant changes with more of its focus on EV vehicles. But that doesn’t mean they still won’t bring the heat to SEMA with their crate engines and “Last Call” vehicles.
Daijiro Yoshihara, best known for his ability to control a Formula Drift car, is returning to Colorado for the 100th Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this week with Evasive Motorsports and ENEOS Oil, Japan’s largest oil company and a major supplier of motor oil and transmission fluids to the majority of Asian vehicle manufacturers.
Administrators in the California Assembly collectively passed bipartisan SEMA-supported regulation (A.B. 2350) that would boost customers to change over fuel and diesel-controlled engine vehicles into zero-discharges vehicles (ZEV).
NHRA legend “Big Daddy” Don Garlits’ career is as big and loud as anybody’s but his newest Swamp Rat dragster is everything BUT loud.
General Motors continues to strengthen their place in the EV market.
There was a lot of action at Holley’s High Voltage experience, it had everything from mind-boggling conversions, skid pad, even drag racing!
With so much news coming out about the electric-centric direction manufacturers are headed, gasoline-powered V-8 fans are fearful of what’s looming.
Another big company is aiming green to get into the green by 2030.