There’s been a lot of chatter about flying cars again this week after a New York Times story with an accompanying video showed the product of a Silicon Valley company called Kitty Hawk, which has produced a prototype of what’s being called a “flying car.” Hogwash.
According to Jennifer Bogdan from our partner paper, the Providence Journal, if you were still smiling by the time you got your picture taken at the Rhode Island DMV, you better knock it off.
How does a 12-year-old company with exactly two profitable quarters in its history get to be worth more than General Motors?
My father-in-law once told me “You have no idea what you bought until you put some wax on it.” That was the case with the 1965 Chevrolet Corvair I bought over the weekend.
Before Aerosmith’s Joey Kramer, before Billy Gibbons, and before Jay Leno, J. Geils, the namesake lead guitar player of the J. Geils Band was so into cars that he built a Massachusetts-based business around Ferrari restoration that still exists today. John Warren Geils — and his band — were steeped in car culture long before […]
We’re working with Car Talk, MIT and the New England Motor Press Association to extend the research we’ve one in understanding how comfortable American drivers are with autonomous technology. The MIT AgeLab is again presenting a survey that asks pointed questions about your experience, interest and knowledge of autonomous technologies. Make your voice heard.
Compact trucks, crossover SUVs and small wagons are smart, but if there’s serious work to be done, there’s no better friend than a heavy-duty, full-size pickup. Chevrolet’s Silverado 2500 range is the right tool for the job.
“BMW Z3” and “illogical lust” are not usually found in the same sentence. BMW’s first mass-produced, mass-market roadster took off among the dental hygienist crowd, but the early cars were regarded as too heavy, too underpowered and too big. This BMW Z3 roadster, though, is a whole different kettle of fish. Maybe BMW should’ve gone […]
It could be the end of the line for Sears, Roebuck and Co., the legendary retailer that started out selling shovels and pickaxes to pioneers through its mail order catalog. This week, the retailer stated that “historical operating results indicate substantial doubt exists related to the company’s ability to continue as a going concern,” in […]