The list includes an all-electric muscle car.
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Popular Science is covering the 2015 North American International Auto Show. Here's a taste of the big news we expect.
The good, the bad, and the hideous
Toyota looks to its past for an excitement transfusion. It also raids the Subaru engine laboratory, but it's OK. Toyota's a part-owner
A Swede constructs his own Batman ride with gadgetry and machine guns galore
Chrysler cites a knowledge-based engineering system for the burst of speed that let it overtake rival Chevrolet in developing its latest muscle car
Twenty years ago, Ford took aim at European sports sedans and fired a tweaked-out Taurus across their bows. By the time the Europeans stopped laughing, that Taurus was over the horizon and gone. Now, the SHO is returning. But who's laughing this time?
Now rolling out of GM's soon-to-be-shuttered Wilmington, Delaware plant, The Solstice Coupe GXP goes from zero to sixty in 5.5 seconds. It's almost cruel that the clock is running down
At the height of the automotive industry crisis, carmakers tried to smile through the pain
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Youâ€™re pushing 185 mph. The trees to your left have melted into a green blur, the tachometer needle shakes frenetically as it nears the end of its ascent, and the engine is screaming.
Radar, lasers, wireless radio networks and other embedded tech will enable our cars to sense faraway traffic and stop accidents before they happen. But who will be in the driver's seat?
American visionaries, cranks and con men have long sought the simple key to boosting the efficiency of the gasoline engine. Now a barefoot tinkerer in India believes he has unlocked the door. Is he for real?
They look like lawnmowers on steroids, but superkarts can keep pace with million-dollar Ferraris--150 mph on the straights and crazy Gs in the turns. The best value in racing is starting to get respect.
Gas misers they're not. Monsters and marvels they are. We dissect powerplants from the United States, Germany, England, and Italy to find four spins on the tech of big torque.
The inside account of how GM stole the Detroit auto show by hustling its Pontiac Solstice off the sketchpad and onto the stage in record time.