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REPORT: 15% of Tata Nano reservations being cancelled due to slow fill rate

Tata Nano Europa in Geneva – click above for high-res image gallery

We Wish. Students design hyper-efficient "Ford Model T for 2015"

Back in June, Ford asked students at five universities to re-imagine the Model T for the 21st Century. Ford's gotten a bit of mileage out of fanciful updates to the iconic vehicle over the years, and this latest round saw the German team from the ika (Institute of Automotive Engineering Aac

European university designs 2015 Model T concept

Click above for high-res renderings of the 2015 Ford Model T concept

eBay Find of the Day: 1923 Model T powered by Harley V-Twin

Click above for more images of the 1923 V-Twin powered Model T

Model T takes on a HUMMER in hill climb

It wasn't a fair fight at all, but for funsies, a vintage-car hill-climb allowed Forbes Magazine to enter a late model HUMMER H2. You know, just to see how the 316-hp, 4WD SUV would do against, say, a 100

The very first car: 1769 Cugnot Steamer

Quick...what was the world's first self-propelled vehicle? Model T? Curved dash Olds? Not even close. Benz Patent-Motorwagen? Duryea? For most reference sources, you'd be a lot closer. But to find the correct answer, you'd have to go back more than 100 years before any of those ever set wheel to road. As Supercars.net tells us, the very first self-propelled vehicle was in fact a steam car designed by Nicholas Joseph Cugnot in 1769. Yes, you read that right – seventeen-sixty-nine. Seven yea