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Technology advances at a rapid rate and unless you can afford to buy a new car once or twice a year, chances are your current vehicle may be lacking some of the latest gadgets.
Well, the aftermarket is always willing and able to help you out. With more accessories, gadgets and conveniences available than anyone could ever use, we’ve listed fifteen of the most useful aftermarket accessories below.
Auto companies are big players when it comes to football’s big game.
Brands love to roll out expensive advertising campaigns, as the Super Bowl gets a massive amount of viewers. Exactly how many? Last year, the NFL’s big game became the most-watched television event in U.S. history with 111.5 million viewers tuning in.
Oddly enough though, many automakers opted out of this year’s game despite the record-setting views last year.
Safety should be an important consideration for anyone buying a new car, but it’s probably your top priority with a family to haul around.
According to IIHS, there are six midsize cars that are moderately priced and have earned Top Safety Pick+ awards, while nine others have earned Top Safety Pick honors. But just because they’ve all earned accolades from IIHS doesn’t mean they’re all equally safe – some performed better than others in certain crash tests.
You might have heard that the Detroit economy is on the upswing and so is the North American International Auto Show.
You could say the COBO Center just got a mid-cycle refresh and as you can guess it’s bigger, better and more efficient (sort of) than ever before. But time is short and what you really care about is inside, so what are you waiting for?
After years of anticipation Acura has finally revealed its new NSX supercar at the Detroit Auto Show with plenty of details.
Unfortunately those details don’t include the one particular statistic fans are most desperate for: horsepower.
True, a car is far more than just a three digit number. The original NSX proved that, challenging Ferraris of its era with just 270 hp. Still, engine output is plenty important.
What is known is that the NSX is confirmed to have a mid-mounted twin-turbo V6 engine mated to the brand’s new sport hybrid Super Handling AWD. That hybrid system includes three electric motors with a rear-drive motor located between the engine and transmission while the front axle gets twin electric motors that allow for left-to-right torque vectoring.
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