What you missed on 10.7.14
You want torque? Good. We've got torque. From tiny turbocharged four-cylinder engines through V8 muscle and sports cars and straight on through to the biggest turbodiesel mills you can buy in American today without a CDL, we've taken a close look at the cars that offer the most torque and the least amount of weight at price points ranging from $25,000 to $100,000.
Volvo coaxes 450 hp from a 2.0L four cylinder
Know what's great? Horsepower. You love it, we love it. And apparently Volvo loves it, too. As proof, the Swedish automaker has coaxed an amazing 450 horsepower out of just 2.0 liters of displacement and four cylinders, courtesy of its new High Performance Drive-E Powertrain concept. We're fully expecting to see this impressive engine under the hood of the new Volvo XC90.
Autoblog Podcast #400!
Hey, take a look at that. Autoblog recorded its 400th podcast last night, and it included guest appearances by some pretty familiar names to those who've been following along all that time. Names like John Neff, Zach Bowman and Sam Abuelsamid. Have a listen, and thanks for the memories!
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