What Are The Best Performance 17 And 18" Tyres?

Michelin, Goodyear and Continental each make high-performance tyres in 17 and 18 inches, but which company makes the best hoop?
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Volt Heat 12V Heated Jacket Liner Review

Foreword A big shoutout to Chris at Volt Heat who supplied wBW with the Motorcycle 12V Heated Jacket liner reviewed here, along with the Fusion 12V/7V Dual Source Leather Motorcycle Heated Gloves and Fusion 12V/7V Dual Source Heated Vest already reviewed. I am a warm rider. Introduction While warmer spring weather is at hand, some short periods of cooling with cold rain and wet snow still occur, serving to remind us of just where we live. As such the cold weather gear, including all the new V...
Tags: Review, Motorcycles, Honda, Chris, ATC, Rallye, KLIM, Lifetime Limited Warranty, Heated Riding Gear, Volt Heat, Institute for Environmental Research, ATSM, Warranty Product Support Volt, Voltheat, Volt Resistance Lifetime Limited Warranty, Volt Heat Volt Heat or H2C Brands LLC

Ford Told Trump to Wear Mask During Factory Tour, Let Him Tour Factory Without One

Cluck, cluck, cluck, puk puk pukaaak—that’s the sound a Ford makes, apparently.Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, Masks, Cars, Automotive, Ford, Donald Trump, Face Masks, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2, Ford Told Trump

Ford Briefly Closes Plants After Workers Test Positive for COVID-19

Ford Motor Co. temporarily shut down its Chicago Assembly Plant for a portion of Tuesday after two employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The facility had only been open for a single day, suggesting automakers may have to contend with infected employees on a regular basis. Responsible for Ford Explorer, Police Interceptor Utility, and Lincoln Aviator […] The post Ford Briefly Closes Plants After Workers Test Positive for COVID-19 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Ford, Autos, Closures, Ford Motor Co, Chicago Assembly Plant, News Blog, Fomoco, Lincoln Aviator, Factory Shutdowns, Coronavirus, COVID-19

The electric 2022 GMC Hummer pickup will be almost a convertible

Its launch has been delayed, but it's still on its way to production
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Recovery Can Be a Rocky Road; Sales Stagnate in U.S.

It could be a blip, a fluke, but it could also become the norm as consumer buying habits struggle to return to something approaching normal. Via data from J.D. Power, we can see that U.S. auto sales failed to make any headway in the week ending May 17th, ending a six-week climb out the lockdown […] The post Recovery Can Be a Rocky Road; Sales Stagnate in U.S. appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Sales, Autos, Rocky Road, News Blog, U.S. auto sales, Coronavirus, Premium Vehicles

EU Considers $22 Billion Electric Vehicle Stimulus, U.S. Mulls Cash-for-clunkers Redux

The European Commission is reportedly preparing an economic stimulus package aimed at helping the EU bounce back from economic hardships caused by the coronavirus lockdown — saving some room for incentivized electric vehicle sales. As you may have noticed in your home country, stimulus package proposals often involve lawmakers attempting to slip something in to aid […] The post EU Considers $22 Billion Electric Vehicle Stimulus, U.S. Mulls Cash-for-clunkers Redux appeared first on The Truth Abou...
Tags: Europe, Government, Eu, European Union, Electric Vehicles, European Commission, Autos, Subsidies, Automotive Industry, EVs, Industry News, Green Energy, Green Tech, News Blog, Stimulus Package, Economic Stimulus

Desert Fox: A Honda XR650 scrambler from Hungary

Way back in the day, scramblers were really just road bikes that were adapted slightly for desert use. And the same is true for the custom scene—when the scrambler style took off, builders were slapping knobby tires on everything from Honda CX500s to Kawasaki W650s. But a new trend has emerged in recent years; taking bonafide dirt bikes, and restyling them with throwback looks. And if you’re building one of those, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better donor than the Honda XR650L. The XR65...
Tags: Texas, US, Hungary, Motorcycles, States, Honda, Budapest Hungary, Daytona, Heidenau, Honda Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Mokka, Arpi, Motogadget, Norman Hyde, Moose Racing

Rare Rides: The Grandiose Cadillac Eldorado Seville, From 1960

A light dew suspends itself on finely manicured lawns as you glide past. Lucky Strike in hand, Miles Davis plays on the radio as you adjust the six-way power seat. At the office, the space in front of the door has your name on it. The year is 1960, the winner of capitalism is you, […] The post Rare Rides: The Grandiose Cadillac Eldorado Seville, From 1960 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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PAVE Study & Research Lends Insight Into How Consumers View Autonomous Vehicles

Editor’s Note: The writer of this article is speaking to the automotive industry, versus consumers and enthusiasts. However, we want to hear your thoughts on this PAVE study in which everyday car owners participated. How do you feel about autonomous vehicles? Would you ever ride in one if given the opportunity? We want to hear your thoughts. You can contact us directly or give us a shout on Twitter. This article originally appeared on AutoVision News. It has been republished with permiss...
Tags: Tesla, Magazine, Arizona, Autos, Detroit, Cadillac, Greg Brannon, National Safety Council, Wayne State University, ADAS, Michelle Krebs, Car Talk, Alex Hartman, Automotive Engineering, Cadillac Super Cruise, Lauren Witt

Ace of Base: 2020 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4×2 S

  This still-an-actual-midsizer from Nissan has been profiled more than once during the Ace of Base series, managing to pull off wins thanks to a fix-it-with-a-hammer powertrain and rock-bottom price tag. Things are different for 2020. Despite wearing last year’s clothes (to be truthful, those clothes are over a decade old), the Frontier has a […] The post Ace of Base: 2020 Nissan Frontier King Cab 4×2 S appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Tulsa Prostrates Itself Before Elon Musk Shrine

Move over, people of Joplin — Tulsa, Oklahoma wants to host Tesla’s proposed second U.S. assembly plant, and it’s prepared to embarrass itself to see it happen. On Wednesday, Tesla aficionados assembled their vehicles around the city’s famous, 75-foot-tall Golden Driller statue, which they deftly decked out to look like Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon […] The post Tulsa Prostrates Itself Before Elon Musk Shrine appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Elon Musk, Tesla, Production, Autos, Musk, Elon, Tulsa Oklahoma, Tulsa, Joplin, News Blog, Assembly Plants, Factory Jobs, Tulsa Prostrates Itself Before Elon Musk Shrine

This Slant-Nose Cayman Is Big In Japan

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Tags: Japan, Porsche, Autos, Cayman, Porsche Cayman, Slant Nose, Tuned Porsches, Old&New

Pontiac Fiero Collection Swept Away in Michigan Flood

Multiple dam failures brought on by prolonged and intense rain in central Michigan saw a record surge of water sent down the Tittabawassee River last night. Following the breach of the Edenville and Sanford dams, water levels peaked at 35 feet in downstream Midland, MI, breaking the previous record by more than a foot. In the […] The post Pontiac Fiero Collection Swept Away in Michigan Flood appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Heritage, Autos, Michigan, Floods, Natural Disasters, Pontiac, Pontiac Fiero, News Blog, Collector Cars, Tittabawassee River, Fiero, Edenville, Michigan Flood

Porsche's Sports Car Boss Says Engines Will Get Bigger, But It's Not All Good News

911 boss Dr Frank-Steffen Walliser says we should expect larger engines in the 911 to satisfy European emissions rules, but N/A units will soon become unviable
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Harley-Davidson Restarted Production, but it’s Limited

Wisconsin and Pennsylvania Get Rolling Harley-Davidson has been hurting, and the COVID-19 Pandemic didn’t help. There is hope. The company has a new CEO and it now has opened the production facilities in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania on a limited schedule. Obviously, Harley won’t be producing nearly the same number of motorcycles as they did pre-COVID-19, but it’s good to see the company restarting production.  It will focus on the best selling models and colors first. Harley will not be doing muc...
Tags: Pennsylvania, Motorcycles, Wisconsin, Harley Davidson, Harley, RideApart, Reuters The Motor Company

Everything you need to know about the Tesla Cybertruck

Pyramid-shaped and electric, with features for every kind of driver, this is one of the more unusual pickups.
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U.S. Ends Tariffs on Chinese Motorcycle Helmets

Cheaper Prices Coming Out of China Due to the tariff wars that have been going on since 2019, some products coming out of certain countries have gotten more expensive. Motorcycle helmets coming out of China were one of those things. Now the tariffs have changed. The Motorcycle Industry Council worked with the USTR and the United States International Trade Commission along with some other agencies to get the tariffs lifted, according to RideApart. “ Tariffs are additional taxes paid by America...
Tags: China, Motorcycles, Pritchard, USTR, United States International Trade Commission, Motorcycle News, Motorcycle Industry Council, Erik Pritchard Pritchard

Honda to restart production at its manufacturing facilities in two phases

Honda has announced that it will soon restart its two-wheeler production plants...
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Okinawa Oki100 electric motorcycle launch details revealed - IAB Report

Launch details of the Okinawa Oki100 have been revealed. The brand?s first...
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You (Don’t) Know My Name: Say Goodbye to Kia Optima, Hello to K5

A rumor that began spreading last year seems to be borne out. Those whispers, which grew in volume after company executives failed to downplay the suggestion, hinted that Kia’s midsize Optima could see a name change for the 2021 model year. Following its Hyundai Sonata sibling by a year, the radically redesigned midsizer could be […] The post You (Don’t) Know My Name: Say Goodbye to Kia Optima, Hello to K5 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Heritage, Autos, K5, Kia, New Cars, Overseas, Kia Optima, Hyundai Sonata, Naming, Sedans, News Blog, Optima, Product Planning, Nameplates, Kia K5, Naming Strategy

2020 Mahindra Thar launch: Top 5 interior changes to look forward to

The Mahindra Thar has gained a cult status among the off-road enthusiasts for...
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‘Surreal’: What It’s Like to Ride a Motorcycle Through New York Right Now

Cruising down Broadway without crowds sounds like a total joy ride. Until you remember why it’s like this.
Tags: News, New York City, Motorcycles, Broadway, Roads and Traffic, Motor Bikes and Motorscooters, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Motorcycle Through New York Right Now

Every upcoming electric pickup truck

There's not a single one of these vehicles available in 2020, but that's going to change in the coming years.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Electric Vehicles, Pickup Trucks, Car Companies, Electric trucks, Battery-powered Cars

Aprilia Is Out Testing the RS 660

It’s Nearly Ready A lot of folks are eagerly awaiting the Aprilia RS 660 sportbike. The middleweight sportbike is going to open up a new market for Aprilia, and it should be a very impressive machine when it comes out. Right now the bike isn’t quite ready, but it seems like Aprilia is back at it to get it good to go. The motorcycle was spotted testing recently.  MoreBikes shared an image of the bike out testing alongside another motorcycle. There isn’t much new info from the spy shot that was n...
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Triumph Releases a Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition

Bond, James Bond The 25th James Bond movie, No Time to Die, should come out this year. As with all Bond movies a good amount of attention will be paid to the cars he drives and the motorcycles he rides. While four-wheel vehicles typically have more importance in these movies, motorcycles routinely are an important part, too. This time, Triumph’s Scrambler 1200 XE is involved in the film. Now Triumph has a special Bond edition of that bike.  The Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is a standard Scramble...
Tags: Motorcycles, James Bond, Bond, 007, Triumph, Bond James Bond, Motorcycle News, Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE, Nick Bloor Triumph

Nissan launches virtual showroom in India, puts up BS6 Kicks on display - IAB Report

Nissan has launched a virtual showroom for its vehicles in India. This is the...
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QOTD: Many Happy Returns?

I can’t quite remember what it was that jogged my brain the other night, but whatever it was, it conjured up a wholesome yet frustrating memory. A memory of a person and a car from my childhood. The person was my oldest friend’s mother — one of the kindest women I’ve ever known, matched easily […] The post QOTD: Many Happy Returns? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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What Are The Best 17 And 18" High-Performance Tyres?

Michelin, Goodyear and Continental each make high-performance tyres in 17 and 18 inches, but which company makes the best hoop?
Tags: Autos, Continental, Michelin Goodyear

Skoda Karoq snapped on its way to dealer, to be launched on 26 May

The Skoda Karoq is being dispatched to dealers in India now, suggests new spy...
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