By John and Laurie Wiles In just six weeks the doors of the Jacob Javits Center on Manhattan’s West Side open for the 2020 New York Auto Show. Anyone with an interest in vehicles of every ilk does not want to miss this automotive spectacular. There are, of course, auto shows held all over the […]
When you’re hitting the highway this Spring, looking for cool things to do in New England, there’s no reason not to visit the Newport Car Museum. In fact, here are ten reasons why the Museum is a must-see, even if your travel companions say they don’t fancy vintage cars. (After making this pit stop, their fancies […]
By: Nicole Wakelin It’s the thick of winter here in New England and at this very moment a substantial layer of snow is coating the roads. This is February, so it’s not unexpected, but it still makes the morning commute a slog. Snow makes driving a particular challenge for teenagers who don’t have years of […]
By: Tim Plouff The physical search started in early January, however, the mental calculations for a new sports car started months, if not a few years, earlier. Fortunate to have owned a 350Z Roadster for ten years, the heart started to wander despite the excellent handling, performance, and reliability of my blue ragtop. Shared adventures […]
By: James MacPherson Electric cars currently account for only two percent of the new vehicle market. The auto industry, however, believes this will change. Major players, such as General Motors and Volkswagen, are predicting a rosy future for electric vehicles, or EVs. As Bob Lutz, former head of global product development at General Motors, wrote […]
Alongside all-new models including the Nautilus, Navigator, and Corsair, the Aviator is a strong addition to the Lincoln fleet—and by our take so far, certainly worth the $80,000-plus asking price that top trims command.