Deep Dive Into the Amazing History of Tesla

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The car market in the USA is dominated by established automakers such as Honda, Ford, and Chevrolet. However, one company stands out from the crowd: Tesla Motors, a manufacturer of electric cars. Tesla and its CEO, Elon Musk, rose to prominence in 2012 when the Model S, its flagship vehicle, was released. … Read more

What Are the Most Famous Classic British Sports Cars?

a pakred Austin Healey 'Frogeye' Sprite

The debate over which country made the best classic cars (pre-1970) is heated. Whether you believe Italy, Japan, Germany, England, the United States, or France produced the best vintage sports cars, England unquestionably offers some of the best classic sports cars ever made in build quality, innovative features, styling, and performance. The … Read more

Learn the Interesting History of Power Steering

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The history of power steering is a fascinating one, and it’s one that we’re going to explore in this blog post. We’ll take you back to the late 1800s and show you how power steering was invented by engineers who wanted to make cars safer for everyone! What is Power Steering? First, … Read more

Famous Owners of Rolls Royce Cars

Rolls-Royce logo and emblem

If you ask about a hundred people what they think is the most luxurious car brand in the world, most of them would tell you that there is no brand that is as luxurious as Rolls-Royce. The said brand, which has the full company name of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, has been around … Read more

History of the NSU Ro80

NSU Ro80 with a yellow finish

If you are currently collecting or looking for rare cars with interesting features, then you might be interested in the NSU Ro80, an executive sedan that was made by German automobile manufacturer NSU from 1967 to 1977. Despite looking relatively simple, the NSU Ro80 is actually packed with impressive features, like a … Read more

Ultimate Guide to Cars of the 1960s

60s Ford Mustang

Although the 1960s is not as significant to the automobile industry as the 50s and the 40s, the era is still regarded as one of the most important in the history of cars in terms of innovation and revolutionary design. The domination of the United States’ Big Three (General Motors, Ford, and … Read more

The History of Volkswagen

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There are only a few brands within the automobile industry that truly stood the test of time, and one of those brands is Volkswagen, a German automobile manufacturer that was established in 1937. Despite being very popular today, not many people know about Volkswagen’s origins and how it rose to become one … Read more

The History of Anti-Lock Brakes

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Many historians that specialize in the history of cars would say that the invention of anti-lock brakes helped revolutionize how we drive our cars today. Without the anti-lock brakes, the vehicles may lead us to accidents since we do not have control over them while kicking the brake pedal. What is the … Read more

Vintage Car Features that Should Come Back

Ferrari F40 with pop-up headlights

The automobile industry has been thriving for more than 80 years, and its stable popularity is mainly attributed to new features and technologies that are implemented in cars and other types of vehicles almost every year. However, there are many car enthusiasts that would rather keep their vehicles’ features simple, which is … Read more

Ultimate Guide to Cars of the 1970s

It is widely known by many car historians that the 1970s was not a good period for the automobile industry, particularly in the United States. There are many reasons why the car manufacturing industry in the US was failing throughout the 70s, one of which being the 1973 oil crisis, wherein not … Read more

History of the Lamborghini Miura

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When it comes to luxury cars manufactured in the late 1960s, there is one particular model that stands out above the rest. That model is the Lamborghini Miura, which was made by Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini from 1966 to 1973. The Miura was revolutionary for supercars, as it is the first that … Read more

Iconic Cars From The 2010s

Five luxury cars parked inside a room

As of now, we are in the 2020s and the motor industry has changed a lot in the previous decade. Yes, the cars you buy at the current time are a lot different from the previous ones. Also, some cars have completed their road time and now they are going for scrap. … Read more

Ultimate Guide to Cars of the 1950s

modern three-point seat belt

The 1950s is one of the most memorable periods in history, as it brought fashion, toy, and movie trends that are timeless, like the poodle skirt, the hula hoop, and movies that you can watch with 3D glasses. However, the 50s is also the era where the automobile industry transformed into a … Read more

History of the First Generation Ford Mustang

1965 Mustang with silver stripes

If there is one iconic vehicle that many car enthusiasts would recognize from afar, that car would be the Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang, also known as the Ford T5, is a series of American vehicles that the Ford Motor Company began manufacturing in March 1964. Because of the widespread popularity of … Read more

History of the McLaren F1

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There have been numerous popular sports cars that have been manufactured by different car companies throughout the years, but no sports car is as iconic as the McLaren F1, a revolutionary vehicle in terms of design and features. The McLaren F1 was originally designed by Gordon Murray, an African-born British designer that … Read more

History of the Porsche 911 2.7 RS

Porsche 911 RS in yellow

The Porsche 911 is highly regarded as one of the best models that Porsche has ever made, as it is widely popular and is very successful in terms of sales and wins in championship races. While there have been many different iterations of the 911 that have been produced over the years, … Read more

The Most Iconic General Motors Cars

The Most Iconic General Motors Cars

One of the largest automakers in the world, General Motors has been manufacturing vehicles since 1908. The company found by two purveyors of horse-drawn carriage manufacturers in Flint, Michigan was able to acquire different auto brands. The result of acquisitions was not good for the company and two years later, the company … Read more

Facts About American Muscle Cars

America loves speed and when you hear muscle cars, you think of large vehicles. However, they are not as huge as they sound to be. Muscular car is a term that describes the vehicle as a high-performance vehicle. They are rear-wheel-drive vehicles with torque-rich V8 engines. From the 1960s to the 1970s, … Read more

History Of The Trans Am Series

ars of different make on the race track

Trans Am Series was founded by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) in 1966. It was founded by the president of SCCA John Bishop. It is originally known as Trans American Sedan Championship. Later on, the name was changed to Trans American Championship in 1967. The series competes on different race … Read more

Interesting Facts About Rolls Royce

Brown leather Rolls-Royce car seats

When you hear Rolls-Royce’s word, you think of an expensive, luxurious, and elite car in the world. One cannot deny the fact that Rolls-Royce has been manufacturing luxurious cars for more than a century. Starting with a 10hp vehicle, in no time, the brand got a reputation as a luxury car manufacturer.  … Read more

Firebird Facts Every Car Enthusiast Should Know

Second, Third and Fourth Generations of Pontiac Firebird

Pontiac Firebird an American automobile was introduced in 1967. It has been produced and built till 2002 model years. Initially, it was designed as a pony car to compete with the Ford Mustang. During this period, GM’s Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mercury Cougar were also introduced to the public. Also, the first … Read more

History of the Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar E-Type logo

There are dozens of different models that Jaguar has developed and manufactured over the years, and while all of them are excellent and innovative in terms of features and looks, there are only a few that have truly stood the test of time and are still considered as some of the greatest … Read more

History of the Lamborghini Countach

Lamborghini Countach on the road

The Lamborghini Countach is arguably one of the most interesting-looking vehicles ever made, as its “Italian Wedge” shape, which looks like an elongated horizontal diamond, was a weird design back when it was first produced in 1974. However, the peculiar design wouldn’t stay weird for long, as many car manufacturers have started … Read more

History of the Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen Beetle at a parking lot

If you ask people what they think is the world’s most iconic car, almost all of them will tell you that it is the Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle, also known as the Volkswagen Type 1 and the Bug, is a two-door economy car with a rear engine. Despite having a relatively small … Read more

History of the Chevrolet Corvette C1

1958 Chevrolet Corvette C1

When it comes to the most recognizable automobiles, the Chevrolet Corvette C1 is arguably at the top of that list. The Corvette C1 is the first generation of the ever so popular Chevrolet Corvette line, thus making the C1 the catalyst for bringing success not only to its line but also to … Read more