Next year marks Chevrolet and Hot Wheels 50th anniversary of working together to create some of the flashiest finger powered vehicles the toy industry has ever seen. To celebrate, General Motors has decided to reverse its role in that partnership as the inspiration for the toy maker’s cars.
With the Tokyo Motor Show and SEMA Las Vegas just days away, the flood gates of new models and concepts are practically bursting at the seams. Lucky for you, the Drive-Thru is here to help you wade through the onslaught of new models coming to American driveways.
Nissan is well aware of the lack of noise most modern EV’s produce even when whizzing by. However, in order to safely give pedestrians a “heads-up” for an approaching car, the automaker hasn’t opted for artificial engine rumble – it has chosen song.
Take one SUV, sand the roofline down for a rakish fastback appearance, reduce rear passenger space and cargo volume, charge customers more money, and you have the recipe for a BMW Sports Activity Coupe.
Never has there been a better time to be a red-blooded American car enthusiast. The Chevrolet Camaro, the Dodge Challenger, and the Ford Mustang, nameplates that date back half a century give or take a few years, are faster, better to drive, and more technologically sophisticated than ever before.