From my understanding they have plans to make at least 10, and no one has put a cap on it past that either, that's just the ones that have been greenlighted. » 3/30/15 5:31pm Monday 5:31pm

How Does One Shop for a Classic Car?

My Dad keeps buying long bodied BMW 7-Series and they keep being total disappointments. So we went car shopping together and I got to the root of his problem. He wants a car that he likes to drive, but also one that can accommodate passengers comfortably. » 3/03/15 11:04am 3/03/15 11:04am

I didn't circumcise my son because I looked at it like this: if I was an alien visiting Earth for the first time, and I heard about this practice, I'd be horrified. It just doesn't make sense. I wish I had my foreskin! » 2/24/15 7:55am 2/24/15 7:55am

Automakers Are Recycling the Wrong Nameplates 

I had an epiphany today about what automakers are doing wrong. I guess I have an epiphany fitting that description everyday, anyway, but this one was I thought was worth sharing: when automakers recycle a nameplate from the past they shouldn't always use revered nameplates. It's about setting expectation. » 2/23/15 3:51pm 2/23/15 3:51pm

The Absurd Beauty of the Bugatti Type 51 Dubos Coupé

If you've ever wanted to know more about coachbuilding in the Classic period of the automobile you have to check out this profile of the Bugatti Type 51 Dubos Coupé from Heacock Classic. The 51 is a great example of how much variation coachbuilders could express using the exact same car. » 2/20/15 10:39am 2/20/15 10:39am

Toyota Beat Porsche, Ferrari, and McLaren to the Modern Hypercar Format

With loads of carbon fiber, scissor doors, a hybrid drivetrain, and its mid-engine layout the 2004 Toyota Alessandro Volta Concept was years ahead of its time. It's like Toyota drew a map to hypercar perfection, and let everyone else run with it. » 2/18/15 9:45am 2/18/15 9:45am