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FCA ‘Know & Go’ owner education app debuts with 2021 Ram 1500 TRX

FCA has developed a new app called “Know & Go,” and it’s debuting with the 2021 Ram TRX. The purpose of the app is to help owners get more acquainted with and learn about their vehicle without having to dig through the owner’s manual. Instead, the app allows you to point your camera at certain [...]

2021 Honda Odyssey Car Seat Fitment Driveway Test

It's Child Passenger Safety Week in the United States. According to the global nonprofit Safe Kids Worldwide, vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injury for American children and correctly used child car seats can reduce the risk of death by 71%. However, also according to Safety Kids Worldwide, 60% of car seats [...]

Charlie Martin is first transgender racer competing in Nurburgring 24 Hours

Charlie Martin is set to make history as the first transgender racing driver to compete in the Nurburgring 24 hour race. She will be behind the wheel of a BMW M240i and racing with Adrenalin-Motorsport, the team she’s raced all season with in the Nurburgring Endurance Championship. The Leicestershire-born racing driver has raced in a [...]

Autoblog has added photography and puzzles to our merch store

Autoblog may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability is subject to change. If haven't heard, Autoblog has been in the merch game for a little while. On our Redubble store, we've got everything from shirts, to coffee mugs, to throw pillows, and much more. Recently, we expanded [...]

BMW M3 over the decades | Here’s what 35 years of M looks like

The BMW M3 has gone through plenty of huge design changes over the past three decades. As the next generation of the M3 and M4 are set to arrive very soon — stay tuned for that — with another seismic shift in design, we figure it’s time to take a trip back through the years [...]

Detroit Auto Show makes an official, permanent move to Fall

The Detroit Auto Show just moved its 2021 show dates from June 11-26 to September 28 through October 9. In other news, the earth is still orbiting the sun. Honestly, it would be bigger news if the NAIAS announced it was keeping its originally scheduled dates and not pushing the show back. Delaying an auto [...]

German space agency designs an autonomous mobility concept for Earth

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) has debuted a prototype of what it calls 'U-Shift,' an urban mobility vehicle designed for multiple uses. U-Shift is a fully electric vehicle, designed for autonomous operation, and could serve in a number of capacities including as an on-demand shuttle, a bus, a mobile distribution center for package delivery, or [...]

F1 teams say triple-headers are ‘not sustainable’

LONDON — As Formula One teams return home to rest and gather breath after three successive triple-headers, bosses have stressed that such intense scheduling cannot become the norm. The season, delayed and condensed by the COVID-19 pandemic that has so far confined the track action to Europe, started only on July 5 with back-to-back races [...]

All-electric Porsche Taycan makes safety car debut at Le Mans

Porsche pulled the covers off its new Taycan safety car Friday, ahead of the 88th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where it will make its debut with the Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland series. The support series will start its season Saturday with a 45-minute sprint race that will run prior to the [...]

Here’s everything you’ll need to perform an oil change

Autoblog may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability is subject to change. If you've never changed your own oil before, there's no better time than now to start. It's really not all that hard, and it can be an extremely rewarding experience. The video above features AMMO's [...]