2020 BMW M8 Gran Coupe Review – For the Fun CEO

July 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

There are certain flagship luxury cars that suggest the driver has “made it” – assuming “making it” means climbing the corporate ladder to the point that owning and driving a large, imported luxury sedan with a six-figure price tag is no sweat, financi…

Good News: The Fiat 500L Is Back in Production

July 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

Fiat Chrysler’s Serbian assembly plant was the first European auto factory to shut down as a result of the growing coronavirus pandemic — a grim harbinger of things to come, and not just for Europe. That temporary February shutdown stemmed from a…

Newly Potent Mazda 3’s Power Specs Revealed

July 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

Mazda fans wanted more power, and that wish will soon be granted. As we learned via dealership codes last month, the 2021 Mazda 3 will give buyers the option of boosting their car’s output via a new turbocharged engine. As this month is all about…

QOTD: Under Pressure?

July 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

We all know someone who’s had a kid. Yup, procreation still happens in today’s enlightened society, and with that babymaking comes a rapid accumulation of stuff. It’s a scourge, and this disgruntled, childless writer has long railed a…

Familiar Faces: Ineos Debuts Grenadier Design

July 6, 2020 // 0 Comments

If it seems like years have passed since we’ve issued an update on Ineos Group’s attempt at building a Defender-inspired SUV, that’s because it has been. The British chemical conglomerate asked Land Rover if it could assemble copies o…

The Mazda Bump: What a Difference a ‘0’ Makes

July 6, 2020 // 0 Comments

June auto sales in the hard-hit U.S. new vehicle market were nowhere near normal for this time of the year, down an estimated 25 percent below levels seen last June. An improvement from May, yes, but far from a return to normal. Unless, of course, you&…

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