Ever notice how few cars on the road today are an actual color?
Continue reading “The Greyscale Fleet”
Look around for a car that isn’t white or black or grey. Colors are rare.
But this monochrome trend could be changing.
Drivers who prefer to row their own gearbox are finding it harder and harder to buy a car with a clutch pedal. Manually-shiftable automatics, double-clutch automatics and electric cars have almost erased the standard transmission from the American showroom.
I personally blame the paddle shifter.
Here’s a list from Car & Driver detailing the ever-shrinking menu of stick shift automobiles available to American consumers…
The cars on this list keep the #SaveTheManuals mission alive.
Continue reading “Is the Manual Transmission Dead?”
The startup based in Irvine, CA is planning to offer all-electric vehicles as early as 2023. But the target date on their styling appears to be somewhere around 1972.
Continue reading “Alpha Motors Goes Retro”
2020 Harley-Davidson GMC Sierra brings the iconic brand to a new truck
If you can ride ’em… haul ’em.
That might be the marketing mantra at Harley these days. Slumping sales despite an overall uptick in motorcycle market has the Motor Company looking for profits wherever they can find them. And one more special edition of America’s best selling vehiclke couldn’t hurt. Or could it? Continue reading “2020 Harley-Davidson GMC Sierra brings the iconic brand to a new truck”
The design of upcoming Nissans might be very different. But that’s assuming the company survives their current sales slump.
In the electrified era automakers are making huge gambles which rely on new infrastructure and a smart grid. Competing for consumer’s trust will require a competitive edge— and not just technology. The overall aesthetic is being described as “more Japanese.”
Continue reading “Changing Look of Nissan”