Jessi And Patrick Have Something To Prove At The Rubicon Trail And Nurburgring
Proving grounds are where automakers and enthusiasts alike go to push their vehicles to their mechanical limits. The Rubicon Trail, located in the Sierra Nevada, is the ultimate off-road test, while Germany's Nürburgring is a grueling 13 mile road and track course. Jessi and Patrick visit both iconic proving grounds in this "best of" episode of The List.
By combining some of the attributes of a sports car with those of an off-road buggy, the Ariel Nomad is certainly trying something a little different. In a new video, Evo's Henry Catchpole finds out how it handles the road.
Mercedes-Benz is putting some marketing might behind Jurassic World and displaying several of its rugged models in the movie. The GLE-Class Coupe, G63 AMG 6X6, and Unimog all make appearances in the upcoming film.
Translogic heads to Lincoln, NE, to check out the Rocket Mobility Tomahawk, an all-terrain tracked wheelchair that can help people with disabilities get out to explore the trails. We chat with Rocket Mobility President Brice Crawford, then go for a ride with Tomahawk user Alex McKiernan.
Land Rover Heritage was established to keep old models on and off the road by supplying parts for classic Landies and allowing enthusiasts to drive them – starting with this 1970 Range Rover Classic displayed at Techno Classica in Essen.
Ethanol Industry Challenges Natural Gas Tax In Iowa
Chevrolet will sell the Spark EV in Canada. Dealers settle with EPA over illegal ORVs. Iowa upholds natural gas taxes despite challenges from the ethanol industry. Audi to use Valeo's electric supercharger in a production car as soon as next year.
Toledo, OH is doing all that it can to keep production of the Jeep Wrangler in its boundaries, but the biggest issue facing the plant may be insurmountable, no matter how desperately the city wants to keep the Wrangler local.