This week, we thought it would be fun to switch it up a tad and share something a bit different: Speed Academy’s Dave Pratte reviewing a 1999 Plymouth Prowler on track at Toronto Motorsports Park.
Motor Trend is reporting that the Chrysler Group may be dropping the Dodge Challenger in order to revive the legendary Barracuda.
The first Barret-Jackson auction of 2012 finished up last weekend. If you want to get a glimpse of some seriously rare and meticulously maintained autos, this might just be your Mecca. We’ve sifted through the (extensive) catalog for this year’s auction, and selected ten of our favorites that crossed the block last week with the prices that they sold for.
According to a report by Bloomberg News, Mercury is on its deathbed. The usual “people familiar with the plan,” say a proposal for the winding down of the brand is being drawn up and will be presented to Ford’s Board of Directors in July.
On several occasions during this bleak period for General Motors, we’ve pointed out that GM has the engineering talent to go toe-to-toe with other high-volume car manufacturers (we already know they can do trucks). Exhibit A is the Cadillac CTS. Now we have Exhibit B: the Buick LaCrosse.