If you happened to be on the internet on May 13, you might have noticed a several articles and videos of people reviewing the 2020 Supra. That's because a number of journalists were called out to West Virginia to spend some time with the new Supra and give feedback. Naturally, I read and watched some … Continue reading Mk. V Supra: My Thoughts
https://youtu.be/Ed_eULlqlWg Well, it's about time I pay attention to what the modern generation wants, and not every 65 year-old man who sits down and reads the paper every morning before going off and reading articles online, because that's how he "keeps up with the times". (Maybe I'm the only member of Gen Z who actually … Continue reading Autonoch Makes a Video?
In the 90s, car culture was insane, Pontiac was working with McLaren, Dodge was trying to kill their customers with their Viper, which had no stability control, no traction control, no ABS, and a light rear end, with a lot of power going to those rear wheels. NOT TO MENTION THE SIDE EXIT EXHAUSTS BURNED … Continue reading Why I Hate Everyday Modern Cars
Yes, I’m aware this claim might ruffle a few feathers. I also know that to some, this isn’t an outlandish claim. Anyway, today, I want to look at the old and new versions of a few cars today to support my claim. Now before I start, it’s important to accept that styling is the most … Continue reading Why Older Cars are Better Styled than New Cars
If you consider yourself a WRC expert, there's probably two rally divisions you've heard of: Group A and Group B. Group A was known for purpose-built racing cars. Group B required a minimum of 2500 units be sold to the public but the racing versions could have some slight modifications. Then we come to Group … Continue reading Group N: The Other Rally League
If you trace the lineage of the Acura Integra, you might cross by the Acura RSX of the 2000s but then, the line stops. People might argue it continues with the ILX and they wouldn't be completely wrong, the ILX does share a platform with the Civic, just like the Integra and RSX, but it … Continue reading The Honda Civic Coupe is a Modern Integra
Last week, I received an email from another writer. He linked to an article he wrote about the Indian car industry. His message inspired me to start an ongoing series. So here it is, My Thoughts On The Indian Car Industry. First off, I'd like to thank the author for sending me a message … Continue reading My Thoughts On the Indian Car Industry
Confronted by pressure from foreign imports in the 70s, American companies were forced to change up their strategy. This meant moving away from huge V8s, high horsepower, and wild styling. For GM, this change came in the form the the Vega in 1970. The Vega was a mundane economy car, producing unexciting amounts of power, … Continue reading Cosworth Vega
Until recently, it seemed that General Motors always had a Front Wheel Drive car with a V8 in their lineup. After 1967, the Cadillac Eldorado had FWD, there's the more recent Monte Carlo and Impala SS. There's the Oldsmobile Toronado, the Cadillac STS and Allante, Buick LaCrosse Super, Oldsmobile Aurora, the 10th Gen. Pontiac Bonneville, … Continue reading Why Did GM Make FWD V8s?
History time In 1933, a crazed lunatic who was always trying to direct people's attention to the horizon took over as Fuhrer of Germany, ending the dissatisfactory Weimar republic and instilling a hope in the German people. As we know, this hope didn't last long, and soon, the German people were dissatisfied again, the Nazis … Continue reading Nazi-Mörder: Tatra v. Nazi Germany