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2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn and other luxury cars lead this month’s discounts

If you're one of the few readers of this site who is in the market for a $350,000 Rolls-Royce Dawn, well, first of all, good for you. And you should be prepared to keep some extra money in your pocket, too, as the drop-top Roller leads this month's list of the largest monetary discounts with [...]

2021 Chevy Malibu will get a new special edition Sport Package

After nine generations, the Chevrolet Malibu is headed for the door sometime between the 2022 and 2025 model years. The sedan won't disappear without any product planning love, though, as GM Authority is reporting the 2021 Malibu will add another appearance package to the two already offered on the penultimate LT trim. It's called the [...]

First Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation complete

Two years ago, Aston Martin announced a run of 25 DB5 Continuation cars that would be track-only reproductions of the gadget-laden DB5 from the James Bond movie "Goldfinger." A long gestation involved collaborating with Bond production house Eon Productions and longtime Bond stunt coordinator Chris Corbould on gadget reproductions. About six weeks ago the English [...]

Junkyard Gem: 1973 Chevrolet Vega with V8 Swap

The Chevrolet Vega plot follows a trajectory very similar to that of some other 1960s-1980s GM machines that seemed like serious engineering breakthroughs at first but then caused many headaches for the company, e.g., the Chevrolet Corvair, Chevrolet Citation, and Pontiac Fiero. For each of these cars, sales started out strong and then declined quickly [...]

Junkyard Gem: 1969 Chevrolet ChevyVan 108 Camper

During the 1960s, each of the American Big Three automakers created a forward-control, mid-engined small van design to compete with the big-selling Volkswagen Transporter. Ford led off with the Econoline in the 1961 model year, and sales went well. Chrysler fired back with the Dodge A100 for 1964 while The General moved in simultaneously with [...]

Junkyard Gem: 1976 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham Hardtop Coupe

Even after OPEC served notice that cheap oil would no longer be a given and notorious eco-fanatic Richard Nixon decreed a national 55 mph speed limit, plenty of Americans continued to buy enormous coupes equipped with big-displacement V8 engines and cubic yards of cushy upholstery as the early Malaise Era ground on during the middle [...]

Autoblog Podcast #634: 2021 Kia K5, 1964 VW Beetle and more

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These Goodyear deals could save you some serious cash this season

Summer is in full swing and the retailers have started unveiling their best deals for the season. If you're in the market for some new tires or car maintenance, Goodyear has tons of great deals for the month of July that are well worth checking out. $75 off instantly when you buy select set of [...]

Ford GT gets tuned by Mansory to become more powerful ‘Le Mansory’

When it comes to automotive tuners, one of the most infamous is Mansory, a tuning firm based in Germany, which has built a reputation on its many garish, gaudy custom cars. Usually it works on European sports and luxury cars, but this time, it has turned its attention to the Ford GT. It has over-the-top [...]

2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter gets 2.0-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder

Mercedes-Benz is adding a third engine option to the Sprinter range. Motorists in the market for a fuel-efficient full-size van will soon be able to order the company's biggest van model with a four-cylinder turbodiesel under the hood. With 2.0 liters of displacement, the Sprinter's new diesel engine develops 161 horsepower and a stout 266 [...]