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  • 'Snowpiercer' director Bong Joon-ho conducts the sci-fi train his way

    'Snowpiercer' director Bong Joon-ho conducts the sci-fi train his way
    He has been referred to as Korea's version of Quentin Tarantino, with Quentin Tarantino himself recently likening him to Steven Spielberg. Now, with the ambitious sci-fi action film "Snowpiercer," Bong Joon-ho makes his English-language debut and a bid...
  • Here's Aston Martin's DP-100 racer for Gran Turismo in all its virtual glory [w/video]

     
    Filed under: Concept Cars, Coupe, Performance, Videos, Aston Martin, Toys/Games, Design/Style After a little bit of teasing, Aston Martin is finally unveiling its Design Prototype 100 Vision Gran Turismo Concept at the Goodwood Festival of Speed that...
  • 280-bhp Elemental RP1 revealed, now with bike-engine option

     
    Filed under: Convertible, Performance, UK, Racing The Elemental RP1 might be Britain's next big boutique roadster success story. Designed by a team with Formula One experience, it aims to mix road car drivability with racecar performance in a single,...
  • Jamie McMurray is on a roll

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Jamie McMurray enjoys coming to the race track these days. Like most drivers, his career has had its share of highs and lows, but he still has managed to hoist trophies from some of the Sprint Cup Series' most prestigious races. What...
  • Langley Speedway points chases tight as seven-race card arrives

    HAMPTON — With the K&N Pro Series East race in the rearview mirror, the attention of Langley Speedway faithful will return to weekly racing at the track. There's plenty to follow. Five divisions will be in action as the track hosts a seven-race...
  • Auto review: Audi A3 is more exciting than it looks

    No Audi ever seared my synapses like the raucously exotic R8 roadster, a shrieking 10-cylinder dazzler. It resembled an angry metallic teardrop wrapped around 525 horsepower. When started on cool mornings, the mid-engine R8 would erupt into ragged...
  • Auto review: Buick LaCrosse leads GM's campaign to attract younger buyers

    While Chevrolet and Cadillac have charged forward to help lead General Motors' post-bankruptcy revival, Buick has undergone a renaissance as well, an effort that has worked to bring a younger clientele into the premium brand. Helping to lead that...
  • Bentley in no rush to retire Mulsanne's 6.75-liter V8

     
    Filed under: Sedan, Technology, Bentley, Luxury Since taking over Bentley, the Volkswagen Group has done a lot to modernize the marque and its products. And no small part of that came down to the engines. Under VW stewardship, Bentley introduced its...
  • Rickenbacker bio tells tales of 'Enduring Courage'

    "Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed" by John F. Ross; St. Martin's Press (400 pages, $27.99) World War I fighter ace Eddie Rickenbacker and the internal combustion engine came of age together....
  • Spyder is Porsche's electrified future

    918 Spyder is Porsche's electrified future
    Porsche has seen the future of sports cars — and it's electric. The venerable German brand's vision is embodied in its new 918, an 887-horsepower, $900,000 plug-in hybrid supercar. In addition to a V-8 that fears no redline, the 918 is packed with...
  • Auto review: GMC Sierra HD ready for Herculean tasks

    If you have a small mountain to move, you may well be drawn to heavy-duty pickups. The four-star 2015 GMC Sierra HD 4WD Double Cab may well be your tool, or augmentation, of choice. Heavy-duty pickups are among the most capable vehicles on the road....