AutoblogVR uses futuristic tech to highlight the past in these new episodes.
- John Beltz Snyder
- Feb 29, 2016
Tesla is finally working to build demand for its latest model by offering test drives during a tour of North American cities.
- Jon LeSage
- Jan 5, 2013
The Tesla Model S is on another cross country road trip. It's not being driven by a Tesla team, like last year – this time it's a long, winding tour for old friends Peter, Luba and Tina, making their way from Portland, OR, to New York. It's been a sightseeing drive – as of day six, they'd only made it to Albuquerque from Oregon and still had a couple thousand miles to cover. Thankfully, they're writing up their journey, so we can ride along with words.
- Michael Harley
- Oct 27, 2010
BMW Classic in Munich – Click above for high-res image gallery
- Jonathon Ramsey
- Jan 18, 2010
Arctic Trucks' tours of the North Pole – Click above for high-res image gallery
- Xavier Navarro
- Jan 23, 2009
Despite some recent problems with the natural gas supply from Russia, Germans have an ever-increasing number of CNG options. Rainer Zietlow, a German citizen who just might be the world's biggest CNG fan, started a nationwide tour of Germany's 800 compressed natural gas (CNG) service stations on the 7th of January. He'll be at the wheel of a VW Passat TSI EcoFuel with a direct injection bi-fuel turbo engine and expects to complete the tour in 80 days, just before the AMI 2009 (Auto Mobile Inter
- Domenick Yoney
- May 2, 2008
In something of a paradigm shift equal to that of their source of propulsion, it seems the companies developing electric drive cars are being a lot more open with the general public and allowing folks to follow their progress closely. Tesla, through their website, seemed to have started the trend and GM is getting in on the action, hosting an afternoon with a bunch of Voltheads under the banner of VoltNation and allowing packs of journalists to tour their facilities.
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Mar 18, 2008
Photo by Diliff, Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5
- Damon Lavrinc
- Jan 18, 2008
Thinking back to our formative years, there were three defining moments that began our automotive obsession. Our first exotic car poster (Countach FTW!), our first subscription to a buff book (in our own name) and countless hours spent on the carpet with our Hot Wheels collection doing imaginary power slides and performing gravity defying leaps over the abyss of our kitchen sink. Amazingly, Hot Wheels has been facilitating those memories for four decades since it began selling its die-cast toys
- Noah Joseph
- Nov 20, 2006
Ferrari's continent-crushing rally across the Americas has finally come to its conclusion, having started in Brazil, crossing the Andes through Argentina, through Central America, across Mexico, criss-crossing the United States, passing through Canada and finally reaching its destination in New York. Considering Ferrari's last such journey passed the Great Wall, ending this one at Wall Street made for the perfect conclusion to the Panamerican escapade. (As if the Ferrari name weren't already syn
- Eric Bryant
- Nov 7, 2006
We were sad to see our time with the ROUSH 427R come to an end, but all the crying, whining, and pouting that we engaged in after turning over the keys paid off when ROUSH Performance Products offered to give us a tour of its massive facility.
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