Mazda’s Upcoming Skyactiv-X Compression Ignition Engine Promises Diesel-Like Fuel Economy

Mazda is one of the few powerhouse automobile companies that keep surpassing everyone’s expectation. They have a unique approach when it comes to building automobiles and their impeccable designs and performance are two of the many factors which have contributed to the exponential success of this company. Now it seems that Mazda is at it […]

Survey: Passengers in Hired Vehicles Often Do Not Use Seat Belts

For most people wearing a seatbelt is a prerequisite of traveling safely in any type of vehicle, however, a recent survey was conducted to find out how many passengers actually buckle up in hired vehicles. By hired vehicles we mean, taxis and ride-sharing services such as Uber. This survey was conducted by the Highway Safety […]

What goes on inside Waymo’s Secret World for Training Self Driving Cars

Self-driving cars have caused widespread wonder and have become a technological advancement that was previously considered to be far ahead of our time. These self-driving cars are aimed at providing users with convenience and comfort levels, which were previously considered impossible. They are also the solution to our increasing environmental footprint. According to the Union […]

Nano Aluminum Offers Fuel Cells on Demand – Just Add Water

Aluminum alloy was accidentally discovered to react quite weirdly with water. The highly unusual reactions witnessed may as well be the initial steps towards a thriving hydrogen economy. If anything, it will offer a portable and convenient source of hydrogen which can be used for several applications including fuel cells. This concept has a great […]

Watch Out For These Three Warning Signs of A Shady Used Car Dealer

Finding a used car on the market today is possibly one of the most challenging tasks that anyone has to deal with, especially if you purchase a used car from a dealership. There are thousands of used car dealers out there that use shady antics to fool their customers, and once you pay for a […]

Mazda Patents a Triple Charged Engine with an Electric Super Charger

A couple of years ago Volvo developed a 2.0 liter four cylinder engine, that had the capacity of producing 2450 horsepower by using two conventional turbochargers and a unique electric turbo. When Volvo initially introduced this engine to the market, it was dubbed as the next generation of sports engines as the performance and efficiency […]

Here’s What Happened to All of the Flooded Cars after Hurricane Harvey

Here’s What Happened to All of the Flooded Cars after Hurricane Harvey Hurricane Harvey proved to be one of the most devastating hurricanes that have targeted America. According to U.S Treasury Secretary, this hurricane actually caused damages up to $ 180 Billion! Yes, you read that right this hurricane annihilated everything in its path and […]

Ford CEO: Self-driving taxis won’t replace the private car

Ford recently parted ways with their former CEO Mark Fields due to his position regarding autonomous cars.  His replacement is Hackett who on the other hand has just taken a realistic approach to autonomous vehicles and is determining the trajectory of the company; he has already displayed his willingness about this fledgling technology as he […]

Thinking About Buying a Used Engine? Consider These Factors First

Each year, there are about 7.83 million passenger vehicles produced in Japan alone. With this many cars on the road, there are bound to be multiple vehicles that need new engines. When it comes to buying a new engine for your vehicle, looking into used Japanese engines can save you both time and money. Used […]

Everything You Need To Know About the Upcoming 48-Volt Electrical Revolution in Cars

The automobile industry is one of the most versatile industries in the market today, every year there are new innovations that make cars more complicated and high tech. These innovations and the strict emission regulations play an integral role in the current structure of the automobile industry. This is exactly why 48 volt electrical systems […]